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Welcome to Loose Leaf Tea Market

Welcome to Loose Leaf Tea Market

July 25, 2019

No matter how you feel about holistic or alternative options for your health, you can trust that our mission at Loose Leaf Tea Market is to offer nothing but the very best in organic, hand-blended teas, botanicals and lifestyle accessories to enhance and enrich your life.

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strawberry smoothie bowl garnished with strawberries, coconuts, and flowers

Try This Luscious Tea-Infused Strawberry Bliss Smoothie Bowl

May 19, 2019

I love this time of year for the amazing fruits that are in season! In the last few weeks, I’ve found the juiciest, most delicious strawberries—and so, I was inspired to make this smoothie bowl. I love incorporating herbs and superfoods into my smoothies, and so for this bowl, I use Strawberry Kiss green tea. Let’s get started!

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The 2019 Mother's Day Gift Guide

The 2019 Mother's Day Gift Guide

May 05, 2019

At Loose Leaf Tea Market, we pride ourselves on carrying gifts that keep giving. Beyond our exquisite line of healing organic loose leaf teas, we keep our store stocked with fresh and innovative products that nourish you and are kind to the planet. Right now, we have a few favorites that we know Mom will love. Here are our picks for Mother’s Day 2019!

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7 Reasons Why You Should Drink Tulsi Tea

7 Reasons Why You Should Drink Tulsi Tea

April 28, 2019

Tulsi, or holy basil, which may be translated to “the incomparable one” or “the queen of herbs”, has reigned supreme in Indian traditional medicine for over 5,000 years. In fact, tulsi has even been said to outweigh its worth in gold. With all the herbs used in natural medicine, what makes this one stand out? In this article, you’ll learn about some of the many wondrous properties of this incredible herb—and why you should include it in your daily health rituals.

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Herbs And Your Chakras, Part 3

Herbs And Your Chakras, Part 3

April 28, 2019

The third chakra is often referred to as the solar plexus chakra. In the Sanskrit language, it is called Manipura. This chakra is located between the navel and the solar plexus. It is associated with the stomach and all digestive organs, and also with the adrenals. The element of the third chakra is fire, and the color is bright yellow.

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Springtime Strawberry Cooler Recipe

Springtime Strawberry Cooler Recipe

April 28, 2019

For many years, I have been fascinated by the medicinal benefits of everyday foods. One of the healthiest spring and summer foods is strawberries! This little heart-shaped jewel packs a nutritional punch and helps heal and nourish the body in many surprising ways.

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Blue Angel Tea Latte Recipe

Blue Angel Tea Latte Recipe

April 14, 2019

This tea gets its blue color from an amazing flower from Thailand called butterfly blue pea flower. The flower is loaded with a blue pigment that is a potent antioxidant. The tea is used to calm the nerves and relieve stress. This flower also benefits the skin, hair, and eyes. When you brew the flowers into a tea, it turns the water an amazing true blue that gets deeper the longer you steep it. 

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Herbs And Your Chakras, Part 2

Herbs And Your Chakras, Part 2

April 14, 2019

The second chakra is also called the sacral chakra, and in the Sanskrit language it is called Svadhisthana. It is located about three inches below the navel, extending to the reproductive organs in both men and women. The second chakra is associated with the element of water, and the color orange.

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Herbs And Your Chakras, Part 1

Herbs And Your Chakras, Part 1

April 07, 2019

If you do yoga, enjoy aromatherapy, have attended a meditation class, or explored new age spirituality, you have probably heard the term “chakra” before. Chakras are believed to be energy centers in the body. The chakra system comes from India, where it originated a very long time ago, and is part of the traditional Indian medicine system called Ayurveda. The chakras started off as an Eastern philosophy until the new age movement, where the philosophy became more widespread.

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7 Beautiful Benefits of Rose

7 Beautiful Benefits of Rose

March 31, 2019

If you think of roses as just an ornamental flower, or one that is given as a gift, you are in for an amazing surprise. Roses are true power flowers—and they have some of the most impressive benefits of any plant on Earth. Yes, you read that right. From healing wounds to improving symptoms of Dementia, this amazing flower can do wonders for your health. Thankfully, there are many ways to consume it, from rose tea (try Moroccan Rose Mint!) to rosewater to the precious and costly rose essential oil. Let’s take a look at the benefits of rose—and why you should include it as part of your healthy lifestyle!

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Herbal Tinctures: Fun To Make, And Easy To Take

Herbal Tinctures: Fun To Make, And Easy To Take

March 31, 2019

No matter how amazing the world of tea is, for both health benefits and enjoyable flavor, not everyone will drink tea. Some people are committed coffee drinkers, and won't drink tea in case coffee finds out about it and gets jealous. Other people are too busy, or don't like the flavor. Fortunately, there are other ways to get the benefits from plant remedies. One of the most effective ways to use herbs is in tincture form.

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You've Got Food on Your Face: Edible Facials for Amazing Skin

You've Got Food on Your Face: Edible Facials for Amazing Skin

March 24, 2019

Someone asked me recently whether it’s okay to eat a fruit mask that’s been on your face once it’s done doing its job. While I didn’t give a definitive “yes” or “no”, the fact that I took so long to answer the question made me realize how much I love putting food on my face and eating the leftovers. Unlike over-the-counter face masks that taste mildly poisonous if you happen to get some in your mouth, I have found that the most effective face masks are made out of fruits and superfoods that actually make great breakfasts. 

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