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How much dried herbs are needed for a cup of tea?

1 - 2 teaspoons per 8 oz cup of water.

Do I boil my herbs?

No, you never boil your herbs. Boils you water and then remove it from the heat. Then allow your herbs to steep for 5 - 15 mins depending on the type of herb you are using.

How long do I steep my herbs?

This depends on the type of herb you are steeping.

Flowers, leaves, and petals should be steeped 3-5 mins whereas barks, roots, and berries should be steeped for 10-15 mins.

You can always go longer if you like but this is the minimum suggested time.

How many baths can you get out of a bag of our bath salts?

This will vary depending on how much you use in each bath. On average you can get about 3-4 baths from one bag of bath salts.

Do we do custom herbal tea blends?

Yes, we will provide custom herbal tea blends at customers’ request.

Can we provide custom blends for a online order?

Yes! Simply add all the herbs and the quantity of each herb to your cart. Then be sure to add the listing "Custom Tea Blend" to your cart as well. Once we have received your order we will contact you to confirm blend.

Do we provide Wellness (herbal) Consultations?

Yes, we do. Please refer to our services tab for more information

What is the difference between Epsom Salt and Dead Sea Salt?

Epsom salts contain high levels of magnesium and sulfates, whereas Dead Sea salt contains a mixture of minerals, including magnesium, potassium, calcium, and bromides. It also contains lower levels of sodium chloride compared to regular sea salt.

While both Epsom salt and Dead Sea salt offer therapeutic and skincare properties, their distinct mineral compositions and origins make them suited for different uses, with Epsom salt often favored for muscle relaxation and Dead Sea salt prized for skincare benefits.