Mim Beam An exclusive range of herbal infusions that look good, taste good and most importantly are good for you.*

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Bright-eyed & Bushy-tailedFire from all cylinders 50G Bright-eyed & Bushy-tailed will have you firing on all cylinders, helping you cope by restoring stamina and improving energy levels … all of this from a cup of tea! Good for: Long term stress, after illness or infection, increasing stamina, exhaustion, feeling fatigued and run down. Ingredients: Licorice, Siberian ginseng, damiana, gotu kola, peppermint, spearmint, rose petals. Out Of Stock $9.00
Cool Change – Good for Menopausal Symptoms 50g – a delicious minty taste.
Contains dong qua, black cohosh, zizyphus, licorice, lemon verbena, St John’s wort, spearmint, peppermint, red clover, calendula, blue cornflowers. Out Of Stock
$9.50
DigestivoTranquil tummy 50G  A combination of traditional European herbs, Digestivo improves digestion, settles upset tummies and is good for many stomach and bowel complaints. For best effect, sip a cup after meals, but Digestivo is delicious enough to drink any time of day. Good For: Indigestion, heartburn, wind, burping, the bloat, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, diarhoea and colic. Ingredients: Chamomile, meadow sweet, peppermint, lemon balm, licorice, ginger. OUT OF STOCK $8.50
CalmAmidst the chaos there is CALM 75G Sipping this rose-flavoured tea, along with a few deep breaths, will help you regain your equilibrium. CALM combines key soothing herbs from the Chinese and Ayurvedic herbal traditions. Zizyphus, known as a ‘heart warming’ herb in Traditional Chinese Medicine, calms the restless mind and allays anxious thoughts. Withania, a formidable tonic from the Ayurvedic school, strengthens the adrenal glands and promotes a restful state of mind. Good for: Anxiety, stress, moodiness, irritability, sleeplessness, not coping. Ingredients: Zizyphus, withania, red rose petals, rosehips, fennel, ginger, rosella $13.50
Forget me not Clarity of thought 50G Finding it hard to concentrate? Memory not what it was? Focus is just the brew to keep your mind on the task. Bacopa (Brahmi) is revered in India as the herb to help the mind to focus and assist in meditation. Ginkgo biloba is a Chinese remedy that improves blood flow to the brain. Good For: Study, losing the plot, poor concentration, poor memory, keeping focussed when under deadline pressure. Ingredients: Gotu kola, licorice, ginkgo, bacopa, Siberian ginseng, rosemary, ginger, rose petals. Out Of Stock $8.50
Frisky Business – for those with a low libido – “Foreplay in a Cup” 50g – Spicy mellow taste – Contains, Korean ginseng, Damiana, withania, star anise, sweet    orange peel, cardamon, ginger, red rose buds Out Of Stock$9.50
Glow  From the inside 50G Perfect for a gentle detox. Spring tonics (herbs such as nettle, cleavers and burdock), were celebrated for reinvigorating the body after a sluggish winter – revitalising the skin, kidneys, liver, lymphactic and immune systems, through improving the efficiency of our body’s elimination channels. Good For: Skin problems, eczema, psoriasis, zits, boils, carbuncles, skin infections, mild constipation, sluggish bowels, cellulite. Ingredients: Burdock, cleavers, nettle, calendula, echinacea, peppermint, ginger, cardamom, licorice, lemon balm, spearmint, and rooibos. $8.50
Joint & Muscle Relief – For stiff & sore joints, inflammation and muscle cramps 50g Soothing gingery flavour Loosen up with a cup or two and regain your poetry in motion. Ingredients: Guaiacum, ginger, celery seed, cat’s claw, licorce, lemon myrtle and blue cornflowers.
$8.50
Nighty Night – Sleep well all night long 75G This excellent sleeping tea contains a variety of sleeping herbs gathered from around the globe. Good For: insomnia, restless nights, sleeplessness caused by pain, anxiety and stress. Ingredients: Californian Poppy, Hops, Withania, Lavender, Zizyphus, Licorice, Rooibos, Rosella, Ginger, Cornflower. Directions: Problems getting to sleep? Drink one or two cups after dinner. Getting to sleep ok but waking during the night? Drink before bedtime.
Out Of Stock
13.50
Preggers  –  Looking after mum 50G A refreshing herbal tea, free from caffeine and sugar, which can be safely enjoyed, before, during and after pregnancy. Preggers is a mix of traditional pregnancy herbs; ginger, peppermint and raspberry leaf. Ginger is excellent for morning sickness, raspberry leaf helps strengthen and tone the uterus and peppermint is refreshing as well as being helpful for nausea and heartburn. Good For: Morning sickness, heartburn, indigestion, flatulence. Ingredients: Ginger, peppermint, raspberry leaf, spearmint, rose petals.$8.50
Regularity – Good for constipation – 50g. Taste: Minty fresh specially formulated herbal tea for the sluggish digestive system Ingredients: Peppermint, senna, licorce, rhubarb root, fennel, dill and blue cornflowers $8.00
Wellbeing – General whole body tonic – 50g Traditional herbal “tonic” herbs for the body system – increase wellbeing and vitality.  Ingredients: St Mary’s Thistle, withania, licorce, sweet orange peel, echinacea, gingko biloba, rooibos, lemongrass, green oats, nettles, rosemary, ginger, blue cornflowers, spearmint, peppermint and red rose petals.$8.50
How To Prepare: Use one teaspoon per cup. Add dried herb to a teapot or plunger and add boiling water. Let the tea steep for at least three minutes. Flavour with honey or lemon .  Most blends taste delicious as iced tea. Iced Tea: Use about one tablespoon per litre. Place the herbs in a jug and fill with cold spring water. Leave it in the fridge for a minimum of 4 hours. Serve over ice with lemon, honey or sweetener as desired.
* Herbs are organic and Australian grown where possible. Disclaimer – The information provided here should not be substituted for the advice obtained from consultation with, and treatment by, your health practitioner. Nor is it intended to directly or indirectly prescribe the use of various remedies without the consent of your health practitioner. If you are under medical care for any condition, seek the advice of your health practitioner before drinking these herbal infusions, and do not make any adjustments to prescribed medication or treatment regimes without their prior approval.