Aries Season Herbal Tisane

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Lemon Balm, Organic Spearmint, Stinging Nettle Leaves
Flavors
Herbs, Mint, Smooth
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by Shae
Average preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 9 oz / 268 ml

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  • “Shae’s ADVENT CALENDAR, December 11 I am pretty much feeling same as Shae did exactly 8 months ago. Next week an exam period starts, I feel I know nothing, as distant learning isn’t my jam, I have...” Read full tasting note
  • “I’m feeling off today – headache, unsettled stomach. Could be nerves, I don’t know. We have some storms coming through tomorrow, which always puts me on edge here in Dixie Alley. So I’m having a...” Read full tasting note
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From Rowan + Sage

A blend of wildcrafted violet flowers, cleaver greens, stinging nettle, spearmint, and lemon balm to help support your lymphatic and immune systems this spring season.

TO USE: Add 2 tsp to 8oz of water and steep for 30 mins-overnight covered. Strain. Sweeten with honey & enjoy room temperature or cold.

INGREDIENTS: Naturally grown melissa officinalis (lemon balm), organic mentha spicata (spearmint), organic urtica dioica (common nettle), wildcrafted viola spp (violet), wildcraftet galium aparine (cleavers).

This information has not been evaluated by the food and drug administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.

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Shae’s ADVENT CALENDAR, December 11
I am pretty much feeling same as Shae did exactly 8 months ago. Next week an exam period starts, I feel I know nothing, as distant learning isn’t my jam, I have to finish many things, we are baking Christmas goodies and overall preparing for them. So much to do, so little time.

I wans’t really sure what to expect from this herbal tisane. I notice mostly mint when dry with kind of musty note. But don’t want to rate tea based on its smell.

I prepared two teaspoons grandpa in 300 ml (not pictured today) mug. It was a very comforting blend, while mints prevail but I think I get some other, though bit generic, herbal note. It coated my throat well anyway and it was smooth.

Overall, an interesting blend of violets (don’t recognize them in), galium aparine is a herb I haven’t seen in tea blends yet. Also known as velcro plant or cleavers. We call it Svízel přítula, which means something like Cuddly Trouble-plant. A mint combination with lemon balm worked well.

Photo: https://flic.kr/p/2kfKfNY

Song pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9-pIKZxkVQ and lyrics are here: https://genius.com/Suvi-terasniska-pilvipeiton-alla-lyrics I can suggest copying them to Google Translate and reading it translated.

Flavors: Herbs, Mint, Smooth

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 2 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML
Cameron B.

Cuddly Trouble-plant is the best name ever.

ashmanra

I love the sheen of the green thread in your photo. The song reminds me a little of the mellow bits of That’s The Way I Always Heard It Should Be by Carly Simon. :)

White Antlers

That tea blend looks very interesting. That plant/weed grows here and I can attest to the fact that it sticks to things! It’s pretty and lacey looking but it clings to gardening gloves and clothing. In the ‘old days,’ it used to be used to stuff mattresses. lol

Nice photo composition!

Martin Bednář

Cameron B. it is honestly translated way too literally, but I liked it that way.
ashmanra: I liked it as well; that hint of detail that was missing yesterday. I listened to that song and indeed it got some similar parts :)
White Antlers: yep, it is really common here as well and yes, it sticks a lot on everything. I can’t imagine filling an mattress with it though!

White Antlers

Martin I think the reasons it was used for mattresses were #1 it was plentiful and #2 most important, unlike hay, which slides around and gets lumpy, this sticks to itself so it made a more uniform stuffing.

Shae

I hope you’re feeling better today, Martin. Mint tea has been very comforting to me lately too. I’m glad this one showed up on a day that you needed it.

Also, this has been quite an informative thread!

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I’m feeling off today – headache, unsettled stomach. Could be nerves, I don’t know. We have some storms coming through tomorrow, which always puts me on edge here in Dixie Alley. So I’m having a nice mint tea to hopefully settle things down a bit. This tisane was part of an herbal CSA I joined last month through the Rowan + Sage Patreon. The blend consists of violet flowers, cleaver greens, stinging nettle, spearmint, and lemon balm, though I’m really only tasting the mint right now. I’m good with that. Not wanting anything complicated today.

Flavors: Mint

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 8 OZ / 236 ML
mrmopar

Stay safe! We have the same front coming here tomorrow night. Supposed to be a doozie.

Martin Bednář

I had to look what do you mean with “Dixie Alley”, but then I completely understood your feelings.

Yesterday was a productive day, but today I just woke up and I am over-thinking everything. I need to settle my nerves a bit as well.

gmathis

From Tornado Alley in SW Missouri, I totally understand the unsettlement! Great peace be with you today.

Shae

mrmopar, be safe tonight! It definitely does look like a doozie. Hopefully it will calm down a bit before it gets to your area. It’s just coming into Alabama now.

Martin, I hope you’re feeling better! I can sympathize with you on the overthinking. Especially lately with all that’s been going on, it’s so easy to feel overwhelmed. Do you have tornadoes where you are? Trying to find a new location without so many natural disasters, lol. :)

gmathis, oh goodness I know you understand!! I hope you’re staying safe today without any weather craziness.

Martin Bednář

Shae: then Czech Republic is wonderful place to live in. Unless you want to be interested in politics – that is just sooooo baaaad here. So, almost no tornados (very, but really very rare here – one per year, if even), no floods, but few last years were really dry. Where are spring showers? They aren’t anymore. Sometimes some wildfires, but nothing like California or Australia.

I have to say, it’s quite nice place to live in. Unless some other things. And we have great beers! Haha.

And yes, in the afternoon something broke and I was able to finish my semester thesis. Now I just need to do a slideshow and this wil be over. I will have to do something else too, unfortunately. I am somehow overwhelmed with stuff to do.

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