Tag: tea

Dandelion Tea: The Herbal Tea Alphabet

Dandelion tea prepared in the morning to prevent inflammation.

Dandelions have a reputation for being notoriously pesky for gardeners. However, we think it’s time you reconsider these powerful pesky plants because they’re actually pretty amazing.  What is Dandelion Tea? Did you know about 90% of the plant is used when making dandelion tea? Everything but the root can be used to make this herbal …

Why You Need These Teas For Studying

That time of year has finally come around once again. It’s finals time! Finals can mean many things. Surely, you could be graduating, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to get through a few study sessions first. With this in mind, let’s talk about good teas for studying! As we all know, studying requires …

When You Should Be Drinking Different Types Of Teas

There are sooooo many different teas out there. And here at Seelect Tea, we have them all! However, it can be quite confusing to know when it’s best to drink different teas, and why. Let’s discuss! Morning Time For all you coffee drinkers out there, tea may not be your typical go-to in the morning, …

Catnip Tea: The Herbal Tea Alphabet

What do you think of when you hear the word “catnip”? I’m sure you think of the stuff that makes cats go crazy, but funnily enough, catnip tea is great for us humans too. The catnip herb grows in Europe, and is a part of the mint family. The plant also grows wildly in Canada …

Black Cohosh Root: The Herbal Tea Alphabet

We have all had those moments where we find out about something we wish we knew about our entire lives… and this is one of those moments. Black cohosh root is quite literally a life hack in and of itself. Obviously, you’re probably sitting there reading this blog going “what the heck is that?” Well …

Apple Chamomile Tea

Get warm, get cozy, get comfy! ____________________ . ____________________ WELCOME to our FIRST Tea of the Month post!  For the month of October, the team at Seelect Tea wanted to pick something that embodied the feel of the fall season. (We know fall starts in September, but October has us more in the mood if …