SimpleHerbals – the power of one plant!

SimpleHerbals offers herbal products for wellness, including over 30 ethically wild-crafted or sustainably & locally grown herbal teas for wellness.  A small sampling is below;  email for full list.

Wild Blackberry Leaf tea–this tea was part of the rations for the Roman Army.  High in vitamin C and tannins, it’s known for helping immunity.  The blackberry tea here is wild-harvested from native plants, not cultivated blackberries; the flavor is intense and layered, much like a fine black pekoe tea.

Oat Straw  tea— extremely high in calcium, this traditional Scottish tea is made from organic oats grown and harvested by hand.  Known for its calming properties, this tea tastes of floral notes, sun and grass.

Blue Mountain tea — this Appalachian traditional tea is made from the Solidago plant, and is historically used for fall allergies and offers other beneficial properties.

Field Milk Thistle tea — this thistle, a colonial apothecary plant, was cultivated for its many beneficial properties and historically was viewed as useful for the liver.

Herbal Tinctures & Oil Infusions — SimpleHerbals also offers 1 and 2 ounce single herb herbal tinctures and herbal oil infusions.

Finding Us

SimpleHerbals is at Lorton Va Farmer’s Market on Sundays in season.

Sustainably & Locally Grown

All herbal products are ethically and sustainably grown/ethically wildcrafted at Terembry Farm which is  Certified Naturally Grown.

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Please note:  The traditional teas above, or any of the SimpleHerbals traditional herbal food products, have not been reviewed by the FDA.

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