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Herbs & Teas

Herbal teas are an easy way for the uninitiated to begin to experience the power of plants. For those of us who use herb teas regularly they are already a valued part of our kitchen, contributing to our wellbeingon a daily basis . They are certainly an essential element of our dispensary in Nimbin. Our teas are packaged in bags or refillable plastic containers for your convenience and come with instructions for making your tea, whether it be a root, berry or leaf tea.

Where possible we source organically certified herbs for our dispensary as we believe that quality is of paramount importance when it comes to our health. We don't stock large quantities of any tea as we believe the fresher the herb the better the taste and properties of the tea.

Generally herb teas are considered safe to use but please take note of some of the cautions we have placed alongside a few herbs. If you are trying herbal teas to manage chronic health problems please consult with a qualified herbalist. If in doubt please contact us prior to placing your order.


  • Uva Ursi Tea


    The leaf of uva ursi is traditionally used as a tonic and antiseptic for the urinary tract. Uva ursi is also considered to be a useful kidney tonic. Avoid in pregnancy and while breast feeding. Caution if your gut is highly...

  • Valerian Root Tea


    Valerian is traditionally used to relax the nervous system and muscles thereby relieving stress, tension and anxiety. It is considered very useful in cases of insomnia. Best avoided when breast feeding.

  • Wee Tea Blend


    A combination of herbs traditionally used for the kidneys and urinary tract, this blend contains uva ursi, buchu and corn silk. Avoid in pregnancy and while breast feeding. Caution if your gut is highy irritated or ulcerated...

  • WhiteTea (camellia sinensis)

    WHITE TEA (Camellia sinensis)

    High in anti-oxidants, low in caffeine. A great substitute for black tea with considerable health benefits. Certified organic.

  • Yarrow Flower Tea


    Yarrow has a long tradition of use for coughs, colds and fevers and as an aid to digestion. A general tonic that is considered to lower blood pressure, alleviate fever, improve digestion. Topically it can be used as a cold...

  • Yellow Dock Root Tea


    Yellow Dock was traditionally used for detoxification and elimination. It is considered useful for chronic skin disorders, especially where the bowel is sluggish or there are liver problems, and is thought to be a mild...