Why buy online with Tea Life? What sets it apart?
We're not just another tea brand.
We focus on Australian grown and organic tea wherever possible.
Why organic and Australian?
- Quality: Australian standards impose strict quality control on tea made within Australia.
- Freshness: We only pack our tea upon your order. Until that time, it's kept within the bulk of the loose leaf tea. This dramatically increases freshness and taste.
- Health: The full remedial powers, taste and aroma of our tea are unlocked due to our organic and fresh Australian produce.
We understand that shipping fees are a little annoying, especially on low cost items such as tea. That's why we offer free shipping on all orders over $50 and $2 for shipping for up to 80g. Stock up on your favourite tea blends at Tea Life and get free shipping throughout the whole of Australia!
- We're located in Sydney, so please allow some time for delivery based on your location. $2 shipping takes 5-7 days on average. $6 shipping is via registered post and takes on average 3 days.
- We also offer $14.95 Fastway courier shipping to most parts of Australia, which is free for all orders over $100. You may be refunded $4 if the courier shipping cost is less.
is that we never want you to be blue.
We'll always do our very best,
To make sure we pass your test.
If one of our teas is not as described, we'll refund that tea. Quality is very important to us.
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The Agrimony plant, otherwise known as 'Agrimonia eupatoria' has been used since ancient times to help heal various ailments. The very name of this plant comes from the greek work 'argemone' which means 'the plant that heals the eye'.In the past, Anglo-Saxons used this herb to stop bleeding and heal wounds. The Chinese still use this herb today ...
Alfalfa is also known scientifically as Medicago sativa.Naturally high in a whole range of minerals and vitamins which include vitamin A, D, E and K.Along with the above, Alfalfa tea also contains the full range of B vitamins, calcium, folic acid, magnesium and iron. Whew!The Alfalfa plant has an extensive root system, measuring up to 60 feet. T...
Sometimes referred to by the Chinese as 'Female Ginseng' and known scientifically as 'Angelica archangelica', this herb is used to treat a whole range of problems such as PMS, menopause, and cramps for over 5000 years. Also used as an aphrodisiac in some cultures. Due to the powerful nature of this herb, we don't recommend taking it during pregn...
Aniseed Myrtle Tea
Backhousia anisata, otherwise known as Lemon Myrtle - is a powerful anti-oxidant that can also be used as an antiseptic, helping to ward off illness. One of the nicer tasting and popular herbal teas that not only tastes great, but has huge health benefits as well!Grown within Australia, and high in minerals like calcium, zinc and magnesium. This...
Much study has been done on the Astragalus plant, also known as Astragalus membranace - with it's remarkable qualities in being able to restore suppressed immune systems, and can therefore be useful when used alongside various cancer treatments. This herb is also great as helping the common cold, and studies show evidence of cardiovascular impro...
The Bacopa monniera herb has some interesting properties as studies have shown that the active compounds within, known as bacosides, can help regenerate brain tissue and positively influence brain cells along with studies showing this herb may help with Alzheimers. This herb can also be used to aid the liver following toxin damage, making it a g...
Basil (Ocimum sanctum) is also known as the Tulsi herb. Known firstly as an anti-depressant, this herb speaks to the adrenal cortex, which in turn prompts the body to regulate the hormones that are responsible for taking care of stress. An interesting herb that has some unique uses, such as overcoming jet lag and improving memory.Other commonly ...
Bee Balm Tea
Also known as Bergamot, and Monarda didyma - this herb is quite famous among native Americans for being a natural stimulant, along with being able to treat mouth and throat infections caused by gingivitis.Infusions of crushed Bee Balm leaves have also been used to treat headaches and fevers. Australian grown with love, from organic Australian su...
Blessed Thistle Tea
Blessed Thistle tea is also known as Cnicus benedictus and has quite a lot of benefits. These include being used for loss of appetite and indigestion, helping reduce the severity of the common cold, coughs, fevers, and even diarrhea.Also known as a diuretic, this versatile tea also tastes great! Health Benefits A herb with very interesting benef...
Bloating Remedy Tea
Containing three well known anti-bloat herbs that harmoniously compliment each other within a cup, this tea blended at Tea Life is specifically created to help stop bloating and a range of digestive issues after eating. We recommend taking during and after meals.This tea is of a minty taste with Peppermint, yet containing an extra kick from the ...
Blue Butterfly Peaflower Tea
Having enjoyed huge popularity in Asia for some time now, this Peaflower tea with a difference is slowly making it's way to western countries and mesmerizing whole new audiences with it's alluring colourful properties. The colour that Peaflower gives off is simply amazing, and completely unexpected. The shade of blue that slowly dances its way i...
The Burdock herb goes by a few other names such as Arctium lappa, beggar's buttons, love leaves, clot-bur.Herbalists will often use it for aiding ailments such as sore throat, the common cold, dandruff and hair loss.This tea can also increase sweating, which helps to remove toxins from the body. This could be the reason why many have reported th...