The Dark is Calming

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Our Most Popular Avian Tea Blend!

New to the world of Avian Teas? We can help! Simply steep (put the tea in their water dish and allow it to sit), stir around a bit until the water is all a rich and fragrant color. Scoop out the tea bits (or leave them in! Your choice!) and toss, or for extra benefits, add them to your birds chop! For full health and medicinal benefit, we recommend offering the herbs after steeping.
**All Tea blends are now sold in multiple sizes! Stock up and save! Be Prepared for those hormones! "Try It" pouch is enough for roughly 5 portions/servings. "Like It" pouch is enough for roughly 10 portions/servings. "Love It" bag is roughly 20 servings!**
 
Ginger root in teas has been used to relieve pain from arthritis and help improve circulation. Ginger also helps eliminate nausea. (*Shown with our optional Tea Buddy Rice Paper Disposable Tea Bags, sold separately.)
 
Chamomile is used for its properties that calm the nerves. It also has antibiotic properties, can help settle digestive upset, and relieves muscle spasms. Chamomile acts as a natural sedative and helps eliminate night frights, stress, anxiety, and insomnia.
 
Rose Hip cleanses the blood and helps maintain liver and kidney health. Helps the body recover from illness and is high in Vitamin C.
 

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08/22/2019
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Best "sleepy time" bird tea ever

My girls absolutely love this tea! It smells great and tastes just as good! (yes humans can have some too!) It has everything I wanted for my girls for bed time and more. I left the tea bits in and they loved eating them while drinking the tea. After they were done with the tea I put the herbs in their food so they can continue to enjoy them, which they did.