Our collection of wild botanicals are foraged in the Coast Mountains and offered as a single tisane or blended teas with these wildcrafted herbs. We also source unique foraged herbals from our family in Québec with its unique Thérroir of the region. Many ingredients in Namasthé teas have been traditionally used to detoxify the body, ease digestion, as expectorants, energy boost or calming effects. Infuse yourself in our regions healthful foraged bounty.
Cabin Tea is our wild brew, foraged in the Whistler mountains, forests and bogs. The perfect campfire tea experience, for evenings at the cottage, cozy warmth at the cabin or to bring the wild home with you. Boughs, berries and blooms loaded with healthful benefits: boost immunity, improve digestion, to unwind, nourish deeply with the wisdom of the forest.Vitamin C rich, blood building iron, soothing anti-inflammatories and to soothe the gut. Brew a kettle over fire, on wood stove from filtered spring creek water or when you need a retreat from life's numerous stresses. Forest vibes are best shared with friends or for a retreat in solitude to reconnect to your wild side. Get outdoors and sip the wild.
Precautions: Avoid use in pregnancy, allergies to Asteraceae or salicylic acid.
We recommend around 1g per serving.
Evergreen citrus, resinous pine, sweet berries, rich green chlorophyll, light astringency, warmth from diaphoretics, genevrier taste with aromatics of Labrador Tea and Firs. Pairs well with wild game, saunas, outdoors baths and adventures. Wild taste of the forest.
Custom foraged and crafted blend of organic herbals inspired by our lush British Colombian mountain forests, meadows and bogs .The Labrador tea, Kinnickinnick and Pine are foraged in the Sea to Sky corridor North of Vancouver.
Organic Ingredients: Red Raspberry Leaf, Elderberry, Rosehips, cane sugar sweetened Blueberries, Birch Bark, Yarrow, Juniper Berry, Meadowsweet, Rhodiola root, Angelica Root, Red Clover herb, Rose petals. Foraged Ingredients: Douglas Fir, Sweet Gale, Pine, Fireweed Leaf, Kinnickinnick, Labrador Tea.
Our wildest foraged Chai masala Oolong tea, hand blended with a collection of detoxifying botanicals foraged by Namasthé wildcrafters and friends. Dig up your wilderness roots with liver nourishing bitters and adaptogenic Wild foraged Chaga mushroom, burdock, sarsaparilla, chicory and dandelion roots. Kindle you agni with warming digestive ayurvedic spices of fenugreek, cardamom, fennel seeds, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and Cayenne chili that stimulate circulation. Enliven, nourish and cleanse with our rich Chaga chai for the wild at heart.
Toasted & fruity dark Oolong Tea, toasted malt, sweet inulin, and bitter compounds of organic/wild roots of burdock, dandelion and chicory roots. Arousing heat from chili (40 000 SHU) & warming pungent spices balanced with sweetness of adrenal nourishing licorice root.
Fujian Organic Wuyi Oolong. Wild foraged Chaga fungi in the Québec & Ontario Boreal Forest. Burdock roots and organic grown dandelion roots and Wildcrafted sarsaparilla roots from eastern USA and a collection of organic spices from partner organic farms.
1 Tbsp of tea to 250 ml of fresh boiled water at 100°C infused for 5 to 15 min or slow simmered to extract the full detoxifying and warming benefits of spices.
Organic Wuyi Oolong, foraged Wild Canadian Chaga mushroom, organic Eleuthero (Siberian Ginseng), organic burdock root, organic dandelion root, organic chicory root, organic ginger, organic cloves, organic black pepper, organic cassia, wild sarsaparilla, organic cardamom, organic fenugreek seeds, organic fennel seeds. organic nutmeg,organic licorice root, organic cayenne chili.
Always consult your Physician. Not for use in Pregnancy or High Blood Pressure!
A well balanced mix of BC's forest flavor and aroma combined with bright citrus notes, sweet BC's Licorice Fern and a fresh finish of Namasthe's Mountain Mints blend.
All Foraged ingredients are from the beautiful pristine forest of British Colombia, foraged in a sustainable way like pruning trees that help the plants to get an healthier growth. We tread lightly and respectfully in all regard and respect to the plants.
Goldenrod^, Yarrow^, Elderflower^, Labrador Tea^, Usnea Lichen^, Tulsi*, Douglas Fir^, Mullein^, Licorice fern^, Orange Peel*, Ginger*, Lemongrass*, Lemon Myrtle*, Mountain Mint*, Licorice Root*, Marshmallow Root*. Organic *, Foraged in the Sea To Sky Corridor ^
Forager's Basket Sampler Our wildest foraged brews that we hand harvest fresh in season from unique botanicals from forest to...
Fresh foraged Douglas Fir Spring Tips in the mountains around Whistler hand blended with high mountain grown Jade Cloud spring harvest for a luscious umami mouthfeel, sweet spring sap and delightful citrus notes of evergreen. Jade Fir is evocative of our West Coast Thérroir as the Pseudotsuga menziesii is native to this region. It is the hallmark of our Old Growth forests towering overhead with deep furrowed bark of this Ancient tree being. Prana rich Douglas Fir Spring Tips awakens and enlivens with a boost of chlorophyll, vitamins & soothes. West Coast tree power with a touch of green tea caffeine.
Delicate citrus flavours from BC's Douglas Fir with the lightly toasted aroma of green tea with refreshing slightly buttery delightful umami taste with a low astringency and sweet lingering finish. Versatile, friendly, deliciously fun green tea to enjoy daily or pair variety of foods.
Douglas Fir foraged in the Sea to Sky corridor of British Colombia's pristine forest, blended with Certified Organic first flush spring harvest of delicate two leaves and bud #1 grade, China
Infuse 1Tbsp. of tea to 250ml. of water at 82°C for 3 min (1st infusion) 4 min (2nd infusion)
Spring Douglas Fir tips with Organic spring harvest green tea.
The Spirit of the woods in our foraged blend from our lush rain coast. Pristine old forests carpeted in dainty green moss, conifer fresh citrus spring tips, garlands of Usnea & wild mountain bogs' essence in your cup. Seasonal botanicals consciously foraged by Namasthé from spring to fall , in olden ways respecting plant spirits, heritage and honoring our Earth Mother. Ancestors brewed forest tips rich in vitamin C, immune bolstering resinous pine needles, lung supportive lichen, pain relieving bark and digestive leaves of Labrador Tea to stay well all year long.
A unique flavor hike of natural conifer sap and citrus, sweet resins and the ever mystifying Labrador tea. Like every hiker's trail, your cup will lead you on a different path! A nice balance of wild botanical, reminiscent of the Pacific North West misty forest's morning.
Foraged ingredients are from the beautiful pristine forest of British Colombia's Sea to Sky corridor & US, foraged sustaimably. We tread lightly and respectfully in all regard and respect to the plants.
Labrador Tea^, Usnea Lichen^, Spruce Spring tip^, Douglas Fir^, Pine^, US Birch Bark.
Labrador Tea has a long history of traditional use with Inuit, Métis and First Nations all across Canada as an alterative, tonic expectorant, detox tisane, bowel regulator, anti-inflammatory and blood sugar balancer. The Inuktitut name mamaituqutik of the Inuit of Canada, that have lived for millenia across the North from Siberia, Alaska all the way to Greenland then South as southernmost Inuit of Labrador. It has been sipped since time immemorial by our ancestors in amounts of 2 to 3 cups a day. As a tonic it is still a favorite black tea substitute. Northern Labrador tea, Rhododendron tomentosum occurs as a rare species in Scotland, parts of Europe and Russia including Germany “sumpfporst” where, in the 18th Century was added to ale brewing along with Sweet Gale in Beers & Gruits. Commonly known in Fennoscandia “skvattram” in Swedish; “finnmarkspors” in Norwegian; “suopursu” in Finnish as a medicinal plant in folk tradition. Linnaeus included it in his botanical writings and its long history of moderate use. It makes the best campfire tisane full of vitamin C, spice for rubs, broths, pot au feu and soups or wild vinaigrettes. Infuse yourself in the traditional wild brew for health.
PRECAUTIONS: Use in moderation or avoid during pregnancy.
Foraged by Namasthé Wildcrafters
Labrador is a beautiful woodsy aromatic botanicals with rosemary, camphor, swamp funk aroma exuding volatile oils when crushed or infused.Delicate, brothy, buttery, umami mouthfeel with soothing aromatic medicinal qualities and a fresh and sweet finish.
Foraged by Namasthé Wildcrafters in Whistler area, it is hand harvested seasonally and sustainably in a way that promotes more growth. The Fall harvest 2016 is of a wonderful burgundy with orange rust underside rich in matured volatile oils.
Infuse 1 tsp of freshly crushed leaves or 3-5 full leaves whole in 250 ml of boiled water at 100°C for 5 to 10 min. Re-steep leaves 1 to 2 times to extract all of the flavorful health benefits of this traditional native botanical.
Foraged Fall 2015 Labrador Tea from Whistler area, British Columbia.
Morpheus the Greek god of dreams, the son of Hypnos, was reputed to bring sound sleep, visions and vivid dreams to humans. Rest in the arms of sweet dreams and sound regenerative sleep with this comforting tisane. No matter the quality of food nor medicine can counteract a sleep deprived body and mind. Together though is a recipe for success. Sleep promotes better coping skills, better choices, happiness, productivity and more creativity. Take time to create your sleep nourishing tea ritual each night. Unplug, dim lights, stretch, bathe, sip some Morpheus for your nurturing self care. Powerhouse botanicals of Passionflower, foraged Squamish Hops, soothing Skullcap, easing Catnip, relaxing Lavender & grounding Valerian root and many more synergistic herbals to help you sleep well. Passionflower is renowed for it's ability to untwine stressful circular patterns of thinking that cause some insomnia. Scientists believe passionflower works by increasing levels of a chemical called gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. GABA lowers the activity of some brain cells, making you feel more relaxed. Skullcap is a century old comforting nerve tonic and relaxant that eases tension & helps with exhaustion. Valerian root has been used since second century AD for insomnia, anxiety and restlessness and acts much like passionflower does with GABA. Sweet Dreams.
Precautions: Do not use with in pregnancy or with other sleep drugs.
A grounding aroma of Passionflower, Valerian, wild Hops and signature Chamomile goes hand in hand with Morpheus the Ancient Greek god of sleep. Earthy sweet Valerian & digestive ginger roots with herbaceous aromatics of Lemon Balm, Lavender, Linden & Tulsi pair up brightly. Soothingly euphoric and mellow.
Organic herbal and botanical blend, with wild hops from Squamish BC.
Infuse 1 Tbsp or a bit over 1g of tea to 250 ml water at 100°C for 5 min (1st infusion) 6 mins (2nd infusion) Perfect iced tea or cold brew.
Passionflower, Skullcap, Catnip, Lemon Balm*, Lavender*, Linden leaf and blossom, Valerian Root, Wild foraged Hops from Squamish, Chamomile, Oatstraw*, Ginger Root*, Pemberton Tulsi*.
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Our curated foraged ancient Scandinavian botanicals blends for nourishing, wellness & detox. Scandinave is aromatically warming and opens up the pores to detox, stimulate flow and reduce fevers with cleansing Juniper berries, Angelica root and Yarrow blossoms. Bog Myrtle aka Labrador tea has been enjoyed in tisanes as well as ale brewing for centuries and to pair with wild game. Nourishing Stinging Nettles, soothing Oatstraw and tonifying Red Raspberry Leaf are combined with Rosehips to help boost absorption of iron rich minerals and vitamins. We then hand blend revered healing Birch Bark a symbolic Scandinavian medicinal powerhouse that is host to a few of the world's most healing fungi. We finish our special curated blend with foraged White Pine Needles. Our curated tisane is sipped at Scandinave Spa in Whistler to compliment the range of relaxing, healing detoxifying Scandinavian therapies. Sip to your wellness.
Precautions: Avoid use in pregnancy, allergies to astaraceae or salicylic acid.
We recommend around 1g per serving.
A slight sweetness from the Birch bark and raspberry leaf on the nose. An earthy sweet summer botanical mouth feel, with an elusive Labrador tea aroma rounding up the whole flavors. With a gentle tartness finish, from the rosehips, and a light pine sap.
Blend of organic herbals inspired by Scandinavian and British Colombian forest. The Labardor tea and White Pine needles are foraged in the Sea to Sky corridor North of Vancouver.
*Red Raspberry Leaf, ^Labrador Tea, *Rosehips, *Stinging Nettles, *Oatstraw, *Juniper Berries, *Birch Bark, ^Yarrow, *Angelica Root, ^ Pine Needles.
*Organic ^ Foraged
Reminiscent of a hike in the Ancient Cedars Forest where a clearing welcomes you to a sacred sweat lodge ceremony with blazing Grandmother and Grandfather stones crackling in the firepit. Abalone shell with smudge awaits to purify the aura and heart before entering the womb of the Great Mother to pray, drum, sing and offering of gratitude. Wild woods, aromatic umami, spiced berries, earthy sweet fungi, vanilla scented herbals, uplifting citrus, brisk coniferous resins and sweet lingering licorice.
Whistler and Pemberton, BC wild, foraged sacred botanicals, hand harvested sustainably to preserve and propagate native plant stands of labrador tea, douglas fir, licorice fern and red belted polypore. Namasthé Tea’s Thérroir TPatch organically-grown sacred white sage, sweetgrass, and holy basil. Our precious micro lot batch is hand blended with seasonal, wild-foraged tisanes to purify the most burdened of hearts and rekindle the spirit.
Infuse 1 Tbsp. of tea in your favorite teapot with 250 ml fresh drawn spring or mountain river water at 100°C for 5 min (1st infusion) 5 - 6 min (2nd infusion). Add more tea and water according to this ratio for larger kettles. Firepit tisanes are a wild indulgence and a great way to improve fresh drawn lake or river water into drinkable explorations of the native plants of BC. Cast iron campfire kettles make a great, iron-rich way to enjoy your tea on camping adventures. Sipping tea outdoors is our ancient heritage to rediscover.
Namasthé foraged botanicals of labrador tea, douglas fir, red belted polypore, licorice fern and Pemberton grown Organic herbals of sacred White Buffalo sage, sweetgrass, Tulsi (holy basi)l.
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