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Almost all herbal teas are caffeine free, with the exception of a few such as Yerba Mate.
This is a filtered list containing decaf tea that you are safe to order from if you are one of the many individuals that have sensitivity to caffeine or prefer just not to drink it!
There are many other natural stimulants such as Ginseng that work wonderfully well, without the use of caffeine. If you are looking for a coffee alternative, you may wish to try out Chicory tea or Dandelion tea for a similar dark taste.

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Delicious

A really good blend. I'm pregnant and drinking lots of raspberry leaf tea which I was getting quite bored with but the blend of this one is really delicious.

Hi Carly, thanks for your review on this new blend!
Insipid

Very weak watery chocolate flavour, no matter how long you let steep or use. I used about a dessertspoon per teacup and let steep about 8 minutes, adding milk didnot improve flavour.

Hi Deb, Thank you for your honest review. This one seems to be a bit of a mixed bag with many reporting that the flavour is great and strong enough but with some saying it's too weak. I think if the expectation is that it will be the same as hot chocolate then it will be a let down. It is a good replacement for regular sugar chocolate for sure, but tea can be subjective as everyones tastes are different - with cacao being something we get mixed feedback on more often than other teas I suppose.
A must have mood up-lifter, pain killer, deep relaxant

I am very excited that Toby has introduced Blue Lotus to his collection. It is a bit of a struggle to source this item from a reliable vendor. The tea is of really high in quality and I will definitely stock up again, as Blue Lotus is a quite a versatile Sacred Plant Spirit to welcome to your tea routine or to your apothecary.

I use Blue Lotus mostly as Tea and to make various infusions.
As someone who suffer from chronic pain, I use this flower for pain relief, uplift mood and induce happy relaxed feelings. A bit of extra petals added for deep mediation and spiritual work.

The Nuciferine found in the flower acts as a natural relaxant and sedative and Aporphine which is found in this Lily stimulates a happy, uplifted, and euphoric feelings. I mix the petals with other blends when I need to deeply relax for mediation or to most my pain relief portions.

Depending on the dose you take, the experience may be varied form person to person. There are so many ways to experiment and the internet has ample information.

Hi Raye, thanks so much for your review on this new tea - it's always the first review that's the most important to help get things going. Also pictures are also super appreciated too. We'll see how this one goes over time but it looks like it will be here to stay :) I'm looking forward to seeing how blue lotus helps others too.
Delicious in the extreme

Baby Blue Earl Grey Tea is delish black with a spoon of rice syrup to really enjoy the decadence.

Hi Jennifer, thanks so much for your review on this new tea!

Turmeric Tea