5737 Garden Path Lane
North Garden, VA 22959
Phone: (434) 296-1829
In our opinion, herbal teas -- or more correctly, “herbal infusions,” are a pleasant and tasty way to take your medicine. We have six blends to assist in your quest for well-being. The ingredients we use are the best we can obtain. If we don’t grow it ourselves, we purchase certified organic ingredients. These teas taste great and are good for you too!
Be Well ~ Our most popular blend. Designed to enhance and bolster your immune system, use this one as a tonic in times of stress. It’s a great winter warmer to help ward off those pesky colds.
Astragalus root, burdock root, dandelion root, ginger root, cinnamon bark, echinacea root
Sweet Nothing ~ Great flavor! Perfect after or with meals. The ingredients have been shown to lower blood sugar. Roasted chicory, often used as a coffee substitute, adds a richness.
Roasted chicory root, dandelion root, fenugreek seed, cinnamon bark
Dream Catcher ~ A blend of relaxing and sleep encouraging herbs. A delicious way to wind down your day.
Chamomile flowers, passion flower herb and flowers, linden flowers
Digestive Soother ~ This one is great for an unsettled stomach. We also love it cold as a summer cooler. It brews up a rich red color from the hibiscus flowers.
Peppermint leaves, hibiscus flowers, meadowsweet herb, agrimony herb
Breathe ~ This tea blend has a team of expectorant and cold relieving herbs. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at its effectiveness. Best of all, it tastes great.
Mullein leaf, hyssop leaf, lemon catnip leaf, elecampane root, Echinacea
Green Planet ~ Our favorite tea contains some caffeine from green tea—a great antioxidant. In fact, this blend is designed to be your afternoon pick up that’s good for you as well.
Green tea, rosemary, peppermint, nettles
Add flair to your cooking with Hillside Herbs culinary blends, made of the finest ingredients. What we don’t grow ourselves is all certified organic. We believe these blends will bring out the creative cook in you.
Curry powder ~ This mild aromatic curry adds an exotic note to many foods. Traditional curry ingredients have been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.
Turmeric, ginger, cumin, coriander, paprika, cinnamon, cardamom, cayenne pepper
Herbes de Provence ~ A traditional recipe of fragrant, flavorful herbs for meats as well as vegetarian dishes.
Tarragon, rosemary, savory, basil, thyme, marjoram, lavender
Seafood and Poultry rub ~ This one gets rave reviews. If you’re feeling uninspired about dinner, go for this interesting and tasty blend. We love it on various types of fish and chicken and it even makes a great vegetarian soup seasoning.
Thyme, marjoram, tarragon, dill seed, celery seed, onion powder, garlic powder, lemon peel powder, pink peppercorns