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Back 2 School Essentials all you need to stay focused, energized and earth-friendly If you are sending the kids off to school, starting school yourself, or are just getting back into the groove of the busy season, we have all the essentials to boost immunity and keep you feeling energized, focused, and motivated to do your best and be your best.💛  check out the tea, spice, essential oil and earth-friendly essentials ⬇︎ Caffeinated Brain Boosting Teas: Belizean Sorrel Guayusa & Coconut Black Genmaicha & Vanilla Rooibos Jasmine White Monkey & Peppermint Kid Friendly Antioxidant Packed Teas: Wild Strawberry & Vanilla Rooibos Blood Orange & Lemongrass Blueberry & Wild Strawberry Taking it To-Go Must Haves: Bamboo Bottle Silicone Food Storage Baggies...

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MORNINGS ARE SACRED ☀️

Happy Morning. Happy You. Put some intention into your morning routine! As we are transitioning out of the playfulness of summertime and into the productive nature of the fall season, we are building and establishing routines to keep us focused, energized and organized.  When you build routines into your life, you unleash the magical power of focus and intentionality-the two things that help us reach our full potential! Here are 4 things you can do starting tomorrow! ⬇ 1: BE CONSISTENT. Step number one is to wake up at the same time each day, which will be easier if you go to sleep at the same time each night. Quality sleep is the first stepping stone to improving your productivity,...

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HERBAL TISANES 101

1 - 2 teaspoons in 8 oz of hot water for 5 - 10 minutes HERBAL TISANES: a history and guide to tisanes 🍃 🍃 🍃 Tisanes are often referred to as herbal teas, but tisanes actually don't contain any tea leaves at all! The word "tisane" is derived from the Greek term, ptisanē. That word is used to describe a medicinal drink. Tisanes are made of things like herbs, flowers, spices, and fruit pieces, and humans have used these ingredients to make herbal teas since the dawn of time.  The earliest record of the use of tisanes takes place during the third century AD. Writings about tisanes were recorded by Hua T’o, a Chinese physician known for creating some of the...

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SELF CARE SATURDAY: GET MOVING 👞

SELF CARE SATURDAY 🌿 natural movement exercise 🌿 According to the Blue Zone's study, a study on how certain communities prolong life through lifestyle habits, moving naturally throughout the day has a positive effect on our overall wellness. The idea here is that you don't necessarily need to go to the gym or dedicate time to working out if you incorporate regular and consistent movement (every 20 minutes or so) into your routine. In this photo, Nenada, one of the owners at OBTC and the gal who oversees all store operations, is taking her son on a walk in the pines - one of their favorite activities to do together! We want to share some ideas on how you can incorporate more movement...

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IMMIGRANT HERITAGE MONTH

IMMIGRANT HERITAGE MONTH: Celebrating Tea Traditions Brought To America From Around The World June is Immigrant Heritage Month in the United States, and we love this month because our Old Barrel team is made up of people from all different walks of life from all different types of cultures! Celebrating culture and diversity is the very thing that inspires many of our tea blends, spices, and other products, and we think its pretty cool to fuse flavors in that special way. Immigrant Heritage Month is an initiative that seeks to celebrate our shared heritage as an immigrant nation, and the important contributions to our economy, culture, and common identity by immigrants from all around the world. To celebrate the beautiful...

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