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Cabin Tea

Cabin Tea

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Respectfully gathered in Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh and L̓il̓wat7úl territory mountains, forests, and valleys, Cabin Tea is a wild brew that offers the perfect campfire tea experience. Whether you're headed out on the nunak "land" or looking for cozy warmth at the cabin. It will nourish you deeply with the wisdom of the forest.

Brew it over a kettle on a fire or a wood stove, using filtered spring creek water for the best taste. It's the perfect retreat, allowing you to reconnect with yourself in nature. Best shared with family and friends, in solitude and on all your adventures.

Avoid use if allergic to Asteraceae or salicylic acid. Exercise caution in pregnancy and avoid consuming large quantities of this tea. 


Evergreen citrus, resinous pine, sweet berries, rich green chlorophyll, light astringency, warmth from diaphoretics, juniper taste with aromatics of MamaittuKutik (Labrador Tea) and Firs. Pairs well with wild game, saunas, outdoor baths, and adventures. A wild taste of the forest.


A custom blend of organic herbals inspired by mountainous forests, meadows, and bogs. MamaittuKutik (Labrador tea), Kallait Kallaqutillu (Bearberry), and Pine are respectfully gathered in Unceded Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh and L̓il̓wat7úl Territories.


Infuse 1 Tbsp. of Cabin Tea or ~1g in 250 ml water at 100°C for 5+ mins.. 


Organic ingredients: Red Raspberry Leaf, Elderberry, Rosehips, apple juice sweetened Blueberries, Yarrow, Juniper Berry, Meadowsweet, Tulligunnaq (Rhodiola), Red Clover herb, Rose petals & Wild birch bark.

Respectfully gathered: Douglas Fir, Sweet Gale, Pine Needles, Paunnaq (Fireweed), & Kallait Kallaqutillu (Bearberry), MamaittuKutik (Labrador Tea).


Do not use in Pregnancy, Lactation, Liver or Kidney Diseases. Consult your Practitioner prior to use. 

Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the CFIA or FDA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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