Native American Tea Company: Such a good gift for the holidays

Native American Tea Company: Such a good gift for the holidays

Hello all!

How is everyone? The holidays are approaching rapidly and some of you might be in holidays shopping mode. Or should I say “I am freaking out I do not know what to buy” mode…. Well I gave you some suggestions in this post about wonderful Etsy treasures. So many great ideas in that one! But if that’s not your cup of tea, I recommend you visit the Native American Tea Company site (see what I did there?). If you are familiar with my site, you might have noted that I often include pictures of the different kinds of teas the Native American Tea Company offers. Clicking on any of them will take you to their site. Let me tell you about some of the promotions they have for the holidays. For a more complete post about the company and some of their teas, see my previous post here.

Quickly, what is Native American Tea Company?

As I have previously discussed and as the name suggests, the company offers a wide selection of herbal teas made with traditional ingredients used by our ancestors. Each box is an artwork in itself, with beautiful paintings like the ones above. As well, a story or legend is included, explaining the name of the tea.

Also, the owners are connected to the Standing Rock Reservation, Chief Sitting Bull’s reservation and continue to this day to provide economic assistance and development to the reservation. All in all, a company dedicated to preserving and promoting the culture. All the while using natural and traditional ingredients. And if that is not enough, the teas are actually delicious! I kid you not. I have tried them all and I am particularly excited about the upcoming Teepee Dreams with Mint for only $3.40!

Teepee dreams with mint

So what are their promotions for the holidays?

Well first off, just by entering your email address at the top of the site, you will receive 10% off your order. You will also receive their newsletter, letting you know about all the deals they have.

Next, you have the mini sampler package for $20.40 for 6 boxes of their teas. Awesome way to mini tea samplerdiscover their teas! You will then be able to sample their Chief Delight (strawberry and blackberry leaves), Victory tea (wild cherry bark and hibiscus), Warrior’s Brew (caffeinated, cinnamon and star anise), Good Medicine Tea (spearmint and eucalyptus), Teepee Dreams (peppermint) and Indian Love tea (muira puama and damiana). I have personally tried most of those teas and I can attest how good they are. I am especially fond of the Good Medicine tea when I am sick. The spearmint and eucalyptus opens your chest and nasal passages right up! Get yours or buy it for friends, family or colleagues. P.S. Good gift for your child’s teacher….

And a wonderful prize to win!

Native American tea Company also has a wonderful contest right now. Sign up to win a beautiful wooden tea chest that contains their wonderful teas! I still remember my aunt’s wooden tea chest as a kid and at the time, I thought it was just the most beautiful thing ever. She would open it and I would take a peak to choose my herbal tea for the night. It made me feel so grown up πŸ™‚ So I want my own wooden tea chest too!

tea chest contestAs you can see above, the first prize is a wooden tea chest AND a year worth of teas! That is right, you will get a mini sampler (see above) each month! I would so loooove to receive that mini sampler every month (as I drink tea at least twice a day). And the second prize certainly is amazing too as you do get the chest. AND the third prize is the mini sampler. I don’t know about you but I would be happy with any of those prizes!! One day I will have my own wooden tea chest….;)

So come on, what are you waiting for?? Go visit the Native American Tea Company website by clicking here to start benefiting from all the goodness that is in their teas. Plus all the cool artwork on their boxes. But for sure, all natural ingredients that our ancestors used to gather by hand to make their concoctions. Pure traditional native healing πŸ™‚

contestHave you ever tried the Native American Tea Company teas? Do you want to sign up for their contest? Let me know below and I will respond back πŸ™‚

All my Relations

26 thoughts on “Native American Tea Company: Such a good gift for the holidays

  1. Niki

    I am a big fan of teas, but I never came across this type of tea. I am thinking now why not to treat myself with this absolute Goddess tea?Thanks for introducing it to me. When it arrive i will let you know how it was

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  2. PJ

    Hi Emily,

    My favorite tea has always been some kind of mint – spearmint, peppermint, etc.
    Now, all of a sudden, Good medicine tea comes into my life with spearmint and eucalyptus. I mean, wow!
    You mean to say it’s also good for you and cures what ails ya? I gotta try this tea. Thank you for this insight. Much appreciated.

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  3. Iveta

    Hi Emily, you’ve got really interesting website here! I would love to try that teas…Especially the Good Medicine tea, Teepee Dreams and Indian Love tea… I love herbal teas and I drink them daily…Such a shame that I can’t try them because I live in the UK… But I can have a look if it’s possible to buy them here as well.

    Thank you for sharing!
    Iveta

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  4. Hannah

    Hey Emily.

    These teas sound lovely. I’ve always loved herbal tea and will have to give Native American Herbal Tea a try some time. I especially like the sound of Chief Delight. It’s great that they are doing discounts too.

    Thanks for sharing this with us.
    Hannah.

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  5. Anastasia

    Emily, you have a wonderful site. I love your articles. what a wonderful article you have for us today. I love drinking tea but I didn’t know this type of tea. I want to sign up for their contest.Let me know.

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  6. Hindy Pearson

    Hi Emily, what a lovely gift idea for yourself, or a tea drinker in your life. I start every day off with a cuppa, and sometimes in the evening I like to relax with a nice cup of tea. There is certainly a nice selection to choose from, and I particularly like the idea of supporting local businesses where products are lovingly made with pride, not in a factory in a foreign land with no thought other than the bottom line. Wouldn’t mind winning one of those prizes either – my sister has a tea chest and there’s nothing like putting it on the table after a meal, filled with a wonderful assortment.

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    1. Emily Post author

      I know I feel the same way about the tea chest! It is like it is filled with wonders πŸ™‚ Such a good company that stands proud. I hope you win!

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  7. Debra

    It’s nice to know that this tea is an authentic indian tea, and not just marketed on the basis of what I would consider fraud if it wasn’t. I love the fact that the company is empathetic of the environment and the culture.

    I would be apt to purchase product from a company like this even if their product is more expensive that their competitors, because I respect the companies values.

    I look forward to trying the teepee Dreams. It sounds rather like one that I am currently drinking before bedtime. Thank you for bringing the native american tea company to us, and you’re right. Their product would make a great gift.

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    1. Emily Post author

      hi Debra
      I also really like what the company stands for. Good values and such a wonderful respect for the culture. They give back and promote the culture. It does not get any better than that. AND their teas are fantastic πŸ™‚

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  8. Josh

    As other people have also voiced already, I’m glad the proceeds go towards a good cause. There are also some savory sounding blends as well. I personally thing the Good Medicine Tea (Spearmint & Eucalyptus are awesome herbs) or Victory Tea would be the two that would be used most frequently in our house.

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    1. Emily Post author

      hi Josh!
      Yes the Native American Tea Company stands for something good. So it is nice to encourage them. The Good Medicine and the Victory Tea are 2 of my personal favorite ones too πŸ™‚

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  9. Carlos

    I am not a tea fan, but I know who will enjoy them a lot. A friend is half canadian indian and she loves to drink tea every morning and afternoon.
    So, the mini sampler package will be a great gift for her. We are late for Christmas, but sure we are on time for her birthday (April).
    Just one question. Do you know if the product is shipped to Thailand?

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    1. Emily Post author

      Hi Carlos
      you would be right on time for her birthday for sure!I am not sure if they ship internationally. They are a US based company so they just might. The shipping would just be more expensive.

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  10. Rafael

    Wow I never knew the native Americans had awesome tea ingredients. I wonder if it really tasted different that what we have….I will go for a Good Medicine tea sounds delish.yum!!

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    1. Emily Post author

      Hi Rafael!
      well the ingredients are all natural. And they are those that were used traditionally in the past. All good things for you!

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  11. Garen

    Hey Emily,

    I do love the healing properties that are found in eucalyptus. Not to mention I really do like the smell of eucalyptus. I always inhale it whenever I have a cold or am feeling a little under the weather. This is an odd question because I don’t drink caffeine, but do they offer any flavors that don’t have any caffeine?

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    1. Emily Post author

      Hi Garen
      eucalyptus is awesome for colds, and snuffed noses. It is very helpful. Most of the Native American Tea company teas are caffeine free. The only one I mentioned that has caffeine is the Warrior’s Brew.

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  12. Shaz

    Enjoyed reading this post! As an Indian (from India that is!) we are big fans of tea but perhaps not the kind that the rest of the world is used to. Our teas are like coffees (see what I did there? :)) meaning we add milk and sugar to it almost always. The result is a heady concoction of sweet bliss – you should check it out some day! You will find it served in most Indian restaurants – just ask for “chai”, which is the local word for it.

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    1. Emily Post author

      hi Shaz
      oh I love East Indian teas! They are quite sweeter than the teas here or North American teas in general. I love tea period, so I am satisfied either way!

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  13. Michelle

    Hallo

    Very interesting site. Never knew about these types of products.
    These teas sound lovely. I love herbal tea and will have to give Native American Herbal Tea a try some time.

    Keep up the good work
    All the best.
    Michelle

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