Rainbow Herbal Relaxation TeaRainbow Herbal Relaxation Tea

Ephesians 4:29 Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.

Genesis 9:13 I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth. 


This herbal relaxation tea is really special because it features flowers and herbs for all 7 colors of the rainbow. Each color of the rainbow represents a characteristic or promise of God. People have been drinking tea for over 5,000 years. There are countless tea combinations and benefits and tea has been used to help calm the body and relax. It's one of my favorite things to drink. This tea is extra special because it is not only beautiful but the rainbow mix gives glory to God and is a tea blend designed to be fragrant, beautiful and relaxing. After the great flood, God put a rainbow in the sky as a sign of his covenant between Him and the Earth. Aside from them being beautifully captivating, this is the reason why I love rainbows so much. It rained on my wedding day and while we were saying our wedding vows, a double rainbow formed in the sky behind us. It was so amazing and unforgettable; for me rainbows are extra special. 


It's funny that the term tea also means super juicy gossip. We are all guilty of sipping the tea these days, but in today’s digital world most of the tea consumed is juicy gossip, memes and celebrity news that spreads like wildfires through social media, fake news and gossip bloggers. We love it and are always watching the next viral video or celebrity crisis. But can you imagine a world where tea wasn't spilled, and we used our words to only build up one another? The next time you brew a cup of tea, I challenge you to think of ways to up lift, encourage and support those around you in need.


  • Handcrafted in small batches to maintain quality
  • 14oz/400g of loose leaf herbal tea (approximately 30 servings)
  • Makes 2 grams of tea per 8 ounces of hot water
  • Naturally caffeine free
  • Beautiful flower blend in a rainbow of colors
  • Ingredients: pink rose petals, red rose hips, sweet orange peel, yellow chamomile flowers, green lemon balm, blue cornflowers and purple lavender flowers

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pink: Rose petals

Pink for the pure love of God

Rose tea can be used to calm the mind and elevate your mood. Stress, anxiety and depression are becoming more prevalent conditions in today’s modern world. Rose tea is one of the best herbal teas to add to your daily diet if you're looking to lose weight. It also helps improve skin and hair health due to the antioxidants present in it and is good for digestion as well. It is also a stress buster and a mood-enhancer as the aroma of rose has a calming effect on our minds. Its calming properties can help you to unwind, ease your mind and even help you to get a good night’s sleep.

Red: Rose Hips

Red for forgiveness & cleansing Heb.9:22

Rose hip is the round portion of the rose flower just below the petals. Rose hip contains the seeds of the rose plant. Rose hips are known as a rich source of Vitamin C which aids in combating oxidative stress and inflammation in your joints. The vitamin C in rose hips also helps your body absorb iron better helping to prevent anemia and keep your blood healthy. Studies have shown that rose hips aid in combatting arthritis, back pain, constipation, diabetes, diarrhea, gallstones, gout, ulcers and urinary tract infections. Rose hips are high in rich antioxidants and help strengthen our heart and blood vessels and prevent degeneration of tissue.

Orange: sweet dried peels

Golden for the holiness of God Rev 3:18

Orange peels are fragrant and a pleasant when added to any tea adding smooth and subtle bright flavor. They contain pectin, which prevents constipation and improves the health of the digestive system.
The antioxidants in oranges, especially vitamin C, may help prevent respiratory problems such as bronchitis, colds, flu, asthma and lung cancer. It also increases blood circulation throughout the body, fights against heartburn and helps prevent spikes or falls in your blood sugar levels too. 

Yellow: Chamomile

Yellow for our forgiven sins Lev 13:30

Yellow for our forgiven sins Lev 13:30

Chamomile is a herb that comes from the daisy-like flowers of the Asteraceae plant family. Chamomile tea relaxes nerves and soothes the nervous system, therefore helping you to sleep better. It lacks the addition of caffeine and is best consumed before sleeping. Chamomile tea will not only kick illnesses to the curb, but also works as a great preventive measure. It fights harmful bacteria and has the ability to boost your immune system. 

Green: Lemon Balm

Lemon balm is a lemon-scented herb that comes from the same family as mint. When it comes to relieving stress and anxiety, lemon balm is one of the best herbs. Lemon balm has traditionally been used to improve mood and mental function, but that's just the beginning. It is known to reduce depression and anxiety and fights the flu, colds, and sore throats. It lowers high blood pressure, fights headaches and migraines, reduces inflammation and helps to relieve indigestion. 

Blue: Cornflower

Blue for the Hoy Spirit Ex 35:23

Cornflower is a member of the daisy family noted for its vibrant blue flowers. Being rich in potassium salts and tannin, cornflower has powerful astringent, antiseptic, soothing, and anti-inflammatory properties. Cornflower is rich in calcium, folic acid, and other organic compounds that help detoxify the body. It has strong diuretic properties and relieves water retention, chest congestion, regulates kidney function and is a liver, appetite and gallbladder stimulant. This beautiful blue flower also eases menstrual cramps and has a calming effect for anxiety, stress and depression. 

Purple: Lavender

Purple for royalty Jud 8:26 

Lavender is widely used as an aromatherapy agent and supplement to help with anxiety, depression, and fatigue. Studies suggest that compounds in lavender may stimulate activity in certain areas of the brain and influence the transmission of impulses between brain cells in ways that boost mood and produce a calming effect. The calming effect of lavender in the body is also thought to boost sleep.

Brewing Instructions

1. Use the proper water

Always use fresh cold water in the kettle. Oxygen helps the tea flavors develop. Water that has been sitting in your tea kettle goes flat and will have much less oxygen than fresh water. If you re-boil water that has been sitting in the kettle it will loose all of its oxygen and you tea flavor will be flat. 

2. Boiling your water

Heat water on low to medium heat and turn off the kettle just when it comes to a rolling boil. Once you reach a roaring boil turn the heat off and let it sit for a few minutes to cool down. Leaving it for a few minutes will still make a very hot cup of tea. You should never pour boiling water over a tea bag or loose tea, because the boiling water will burn the tea. If your tea burns before the flavor is properly released, you won't get the most flavor from your tea.


3. Steep, but don't burn your tea

After your water has rested for about 2-3 minutes it's ready to be poured onto your tea. Pour the water over the tea infuser into your mug or teapot. This will allow the water to circulate through the leaves. Let it steep for anywhere from 1-4 minuets. The goal of steeping tea is to reawaken the leaves and to release as much flavor as possible before the delicate leaves burn and start to taste bitter.  

4. Sugar or honey, lemon or cream

Remove the tea and add a sweetener or cream to taste. Whether you prefer milk in your tea or if you prefer lemon. Never add milk and lemon to the same cup of tea. Adding lemon to tea with milk causes the milk to curdle, which will leave lumpy milk floating in your nice cup of tea. Also, drinking your tea with sweaters and dairy can reduce the health effects and add calories. 

5. Enjoy!

Serve in your favorite mug or pour over ice for a satisfying iced tea. 

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