I am still looking for Etsians to work with for bits and bobs for special versions of our various gift sets, as a semi-random aside.
However, the post for our Teapocalypse sets is now live: bit.ly/1scUQwe
I love the sets. I had no idea California poppy could be used in/as tea!
(We have one specifically for cough/cold/flu, as well. We didn't include some of type-specific/less-immediate for survival teas for those in the Teapocalypse stuff.) The rest are mostly flavour sets for fandoms or types of tea. (Chai, Chocolate, etc...)
And it is a really nice addition, depending on the tea. (California Poppy.) It is a far safer and non-addictive pain-killer than the poppy everyone knows about. It also has a really nice slightly sweet taste/smell that it adds.
Good to know, thanks! I like information so I don't consider it rambling.
That being the case, if you ever have any questions - whether about our teas, or just on herbal stuff/tea stuff generally, feel free to ask. (I'm pretty good with what foods help with what, too. Nutritional strengths, and the like.)
Do you know anything that may be good for skin? In particular psoriasis?
Actually, yes. We have a tea for that general issue, that can either be drunk as a tea or used as a wash. (It was designed for a particularly violent eczema, but it should work for psoriasis as well.)
"Karen's Comfort" - www.etsy.com/listing/158417259/karens-comfort-in-a-bag-organic-tea-for? (I don't have a long post up for it yet, so that's the Etsy listing.) We still haven't gotten around to offering it as a glycerite in the shop, but I made a test run for us here, and it is my go to for a number of skin issues, ranging from winter itching to insect bites to skin reaction to insect bites I'm allergic to, etc....