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Caffeine Content

Caffeine free

No caffeine in this tea – because your inspired daydreams shouldn’t come with a side of racing heartbeats!

Tasting Notes

This tea blend with Ginger, Orange Peel, Turmeric, Hibiscus, Beet, Black Pepper, and Natural Flavour offers a vibrant and dynamic tasting experience. Ginger provides a warm, spicy kick, balanced by the bright, citrusy sweetness of orange peel. Turmeric introduces an earthy, slightly bitter undertone, complemented by the tart, cranberry-like flavor of hibiscus. Beet adds subtle sweetness and robust earthiness, while black pepper contributes a sharp, warming note. Together, these ingredients create a tea that is spicy, earthy, citrusy, and subtly sweet, with a refreshing tartness and a hint of peppery warmth.

Health Benefit


Ginger, renowned for its versatility and robust benefits, contributes anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, bolstering the immune system and reducing inflammation. In addition to reducing inflammation, orange peel is a natural prebiotic, which encourages the growth of healthy bacteria in the digestive tract, contributing to reduced bloating and aiding digestion.


Ginger, Orange Peel, Turmeric, Hibiscus,
Beet, Black Pepper, Natural Flavour


Respect / Mnaadendiwin

The Seven Grandfather Teachings are timeless principles that guide the Anishinaabe on how to live a good life. These teachings have been passed down through generations and guide our interactions with the world and each other. To live a good life, we must apply all of the Seven Grandfather Teachings: Love, Respect, Bravery, Truth, Honesty, Humility, and Wisdom. These interconnected principles help us lead a balanced and harmonious life.

Respect, one of the Seven Grandfather Teachings, embodies a profound, interconnected understanding permeating Indigenous cultures. It encompasses various dimensions, all interwoven in a fabric of reverence and harmony.

At its core, respect is about recognizing the inherent value of every individual. It urges us to treat others with empathy, kindness, and consideration, regardless of their background or status. This principle extends beyond human interactions; it resonates deeply with the Earth. Indigenous teachings underscore the sacredness of the land, encouraging sustainable stewardship and a mindful relationship with the environment.

Within Indigenous communities, respect is bestowed upon elders and ancestors. Their wisdom, experiences, and contributions are highly regarded, fostering a sense of continuity and shared knowledge. Upholding traditions is another facet of respect, honouring the ancestors' ways, preserving cultural heritage, and ensuring the teachings endure for future generations.

Amidst these expressions of respect, there's an essential underpinning of self-respect. This involves understanding one's own worth and limitations, nurturing personal growth, and contributing positively to the community. In essence, self-respect becomes the foundation upon which the edifice of respect for others, the Earth, elders, and traditions is built.

The concept of respect, encapsulated in the Seven Grandfather Teachings, extends beyond surface gestures. It is a way of being that fosters harmony, balance, and well-being. Practicing respect, Indigenous communities cultivate a sense of interconnectedness, creating a tapestry where every thread and relationship is woven into a harmonious whole.


Zesty Ginger + Turmeric Spice Herbal Tea

Crafted with utmost care, our Respect tea resonates with the spirit of Respect and nourishes the body with its potent anti-inflammatory properties. Combining ginger, turmeric, orange peel, hibiscus, beet, black pepper, and natural flavour results in a flavourful and health-promoting beverage that supports overall well-being.

We often hear Respect, or Mnaadendiwin, but understanding its true spirit is vital. In our traditional teachings, equity, equality, inclusivity, and relationality play significant roles in developing respect. Respect for the land, water, and natural resources that sustain us ensures harmony with Mother Earth.


Melissa Brant

Melissa stands tall and proud as an Indigenous woman, holding multifaceted roles: a mother, daughter, granddaughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend. Beyond these intimate roles, Melissa's identity blossoms vibrantly as a multidisciplinary artist specializing in face and body painting.

To Melissa, art is not just a medium of expression; it's a beacon, illuminating the richness of culture. It plays a pivotal role in weaving together generations, offering a platform to share knowledge, inspire the youth, and connect with the wisdom of elders. It becomes a silent yet powerful communicator, voicing sentiments when words fall short.

She celebrates healing, understanding, acceptance, purpose, and illumination through her art. Every brushstroke echoes her gratitude to those who paved the path before her, those walking beside her, and those who will trail-blaze in the future.

Melissa's exceptional talent emerges most brilliantly when she merges illusion with body art, ushering her work into a realm of innovation and vision.

Over the past decade, her artistry has traversed a broad spectrum - from abstract creations and lifelike portraits to expansive murals and enchanting masquerades. Whether working on canvas, glass, or human skin, Melissa's touch metamorphoses the ordinary into extraordinary.