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2nd time customer@Kitsilano farmers market
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Mu-Pu'erh - Just love the earthiness - I am heading back home now - so I am taking some back with me.
Vendor@Main street farmers market
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Mu-Pu'erh - love love this tea - it is like medicine to my body!
Emilia - regular tea drinker
Emilia - regular tea drinker@UBC Farm Market
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Your blending is magical
Member@UBC Farm - 49th & Main Chai
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It was a really well-balanced blend, warming with spices but not too much heat, and was fantastic with a bit of coconut milk. The first chai I’ve had where I didn’t think it needed any sweetener, even! Nice and energizing.
Member@UBC Farm
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Dirty pu-erh is pretty good. (review didn't state which one they had tried)

Trinity - Tri Holy Basil Floral Blend



The same Tulsi combination is used as a base in our Chakra blends.

Tulsi – Holy Basil – “Queen of herbs” Many names but all mean a magically euphoric blend that is cooling, relaxing and calming. Darsana Tea uses a blend of 3 holy basils Krishna, Rama & Vana. As a blend just on it’s own, it has fragrant notes of lemon, peppermint, cloves, and licorice. It is considered a sacred plant in Ayurvedic medicine and among other things it is known for reducing the effects of cortisol (the stress hormone) on the body.cloves, and licorice.  They are considered sacred plants in Ayurvedic medicine.

“Ayurvedic texts describe Holy Basil as a pillar of holistic herbal medicine and a Goddess incarnated in plant form (the mother medicine of nature).” Mtn Rose Herbal.

“Krishna (Ocimum tenuiflorum) is known for its dark green, violet to purple leaves, stems, and blossoms. Named after Krishna blue skinned God. On a light peppery side

Rama (Ocimum tenuiflorum) Had a cooling and mellow flavor. It has green leaves, white-to-purplish blossoms, a green to purplish stem. Spicy and clove like.

Vana (Ocimum gratissimum), or “forest type”, is fragrant. The plant has green leaves and stem, with white blossoms. It is found in the Himalayas and plains of India. Grows wild in Asia and Africa and is used medicinally there as well.” Fragrant, sweet anise flavour.

“Different parts of the plant are used in Ayurveda and Siddha systems of medicine for prevention and cureof many illnesses like cough, influenza, common cold, headache, fever, colic pain, bronchitis, asthma, hepatic diseases, fatigue, skin diseases, arthritis, digestive disorders.”   Verma S. Chemical constituents and pharmacological action of Ocimum sanctum(Indian holy basil-Tulsi).JPhytopharmacol2016;5(5):205-207.

Ingredients: Tulsi (holy basil) Tulsi (holy basil) Rooibos, Rose petals, Jasmine, Lavender [*Organic Certified Organic by Pro-Cert Organic Systems]

Small Batch Blending in: Vancouver BC
Herbs: India
Antioxidant Level: High
Caffeine Content: None

Trinity - Holy Basil floral blend

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