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Fruit tea, lemon grass tea, herbal tea, speciality tea | Imperial Teas

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  1. Men's Activitea

    Men's Activitea

    Among others, a mixture of cinnamon, fennel, liquorice, damiana, pepper and cloves. Makes your weariness disappear. Learn More
    £8.00 per 100g

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  2. Stimulating Tea

    Stimulating Tea

    Supports the Kapha Dosha. Very spicy, slightly tangy and very aromatic. Learn More
    £8.00 per 100g

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  3. Fennel

    Fennel

    This efficacious herb is an excellent aid to digestion and has a very pleasant flavour. For a refreshing daytime drink try mixing with a pinch of our white Tea of Life. It can also be enjoyed when mixed with peppermint. Learn More
    £5.00 per 100g

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  4. Green Mate

    Green Mate

    This evergreen shrub found in South America is famed for its invigorating effect. Yerba Mate's latin name is Ilex paraguariensis and is a species of the holly (family Aquifoliaceae). It is drunk there usually from a hollowed out gourd and special silver straw. As with green tea it is a great source of antioxidants and helpful in times of fasting. Learn More
    £5.00 per 100g

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  5. Nettle

    Nettle

    A herb believed to be good for helping to purify the system. Mixed with a little 'Tea of Life' it is perfect in the evening. Learn More
    £5.00 per 100g

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  6. Rose Buds

    Rose Buds

    These whole, tiny rose buds are produced in China’s famous Huangshan or Yellow mountains. They can be added to any tea or drunk alone for a light, sweetly perfumed cup of rose water. Learn More
    £14.00 per 100g As low as: £8.00

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  7. Lavender

    Lavender

    According to folk wisdom, lavender has many uses. Infusions of lavender soothe and heal insect bites and burns. Bunches of lavender repel insects. If applied to the temples, lavender oil soothes headaches. In pillows, lavender seeds and flowers aid sleep and relaxation. An infusion of three flowerheads added to a cup of boiling water soothes and relaxes at bedtime. Learn More
    £8.00 per 100g

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  8. Spearmint

    Spearmint

    Another lovely mint leaf but with a sweeter smell and taste than peppermint. Learn More
    £5.00 per 100g

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  9. Balm Mint

    Balm Mint

    This fresh, lemon tasting mint contains eugenol, which kills bacteria and has been shown to calm muscles and numb tissues. It also contains tannins that contribute to its antiviral effects, as well as terpenes that add to its soothing effects. It is also used as an anxiolytic, mild sedative or calming agent. At least one study has found it to be effective at reducing stress, although the study's authors call for further research. The leaves have a gentle lemon scent, related to mint. During summer, small white flowers full of nectar appear. Its flavour comes from citronella, geranial, linalyl acetate and caryophyllene. Learn More
    £7.00 per 100g

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