Cash is green. And crispy. And having some in your pocket makes you feel good. Just like Ivy's Tea Co.'s C.R.E.A.M. tea. One of the best things about C.R.E.A.M. is that it doesn't come off the plantation, like that other one you know about. Do right by yourself. Drinking mint tea doesn't have to make you feel so bad.
- 0.5 oz of loose leaf tea, 8- servings (1 tbsp per 6 ounce serving of hot water) - 24 servings (1 teaspoon per 6 ounce serving of hot water)
- Caffeine content: Uhhh none, yeah
Crisp and cooling
- Stomach pains, a result of IBS, gas, or colonic spasms (you know, the usual)
- Headaches and migraines
Peppermint: This mint is full of flavonoids, acetic acid, tannins, resin, gum, triterpenes, and necessary essential oils. Peppermint is stimulating and warming, even though it feels cool in your mouth or on your skin when you use it. That makes Peppermint a great option for getting over headaches, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, gas and bloating (after a meal, think Sunday dinner), menstrual cramps, morning sickness, muscle tension/spasms/cramps, cold, flu, and fever.
Spearmint: Just like Peppermint, but much milder.
Note: Sometimes, we use a variety of mints, always peppermint and spearmint, but occasionally something like apple mint or lemon balm, if we can get it from the local farmer.
Pairs Well With:
- Listen to the C.R.E.A.M. playlist while you sip your tea.