Certified USDA Organic Teas & Infusions

USDA Organic Teas

When most of the food we eat is prepared with all kinds of chemicals, fillers and food colouring, we at Buddha Teas choose to embrace the natural. That’s why more than 90% of our teas are certified organic by CCOF, California’s leading organic certifier. What does organic mean for you? It means that every teaand infusion in this selection was raised without any chemicals, and is prepared without the use of preservatives, food colouring or added flavouring. Enjoy tea and herbals as they were meant to be tasted.

  • Bitter Melon

    An herbal infusion made from a unique tropical fruit
    46 Review(s)
  • Burdock Root

    A peppery tea fashioned from burdock root
    59 Review(s)
  • CBD Chamomile Blend

    Balanced, delightful blend of soothing herbs + CBD
    14 Review(s)
  • CBD Matcha Green Tea Blend

    An authentic Japanese Matcha & Sencha blend + CBD
    6 Review(s)
  • CBD Peppermint Infusion

    Digestive support & tonic using peppermint + CBD
    10 Review(s)
  • CBD Tea & Infusion Bundle

    Our full collection of CBD Teas & Infusions
    2 Review(s)
  • CBD Turmeric & Ginger Infusion

    Soothe your body, warm your spirit, with a CBD powerhouse
    16 Review(s)
  • Corn Silk

    A flavourful infusion from powdered corn silk strands
    45 Review(s)
  • Dandelion Root

    A rich earthy infusion from the root of dandelions
    15 Review(s)
  • Gotu Kola

    A savoury infusion from the tiny leaves of gotu kola
    19 Review(s)
  • Horsetail

    A light, aromatic infusion from the horsetail plant
    22 Review(s)
  • Lemon Balm

    An infusion with a refreshing lemony scent and flavour
    21 Review(s)
  • Marshmallow Leaf

    A delectable infusion made from marshmallow leaf
    31 Review(s)
  • Moringa

    A popular infusion from the Moringa leaf
    13 Review(s)
  • Mugwort

    An uncommon savoury infusion for any time of day
    50 Review(s)
  • Mullein Leaf

    A refreshing herbal infusion of mullein leaf
    41 Review(s)
  • Nettle Leaf

    A nettle leaf tea infusion with a sweet herbal taste
    18 Review(s)
  • Papaya Leaf

    A remarkable infusion from the potent papaya leaf
    35 Review(s)
  • Parsley Leaf

    An infusion fashioned from the delicate parsley leaf
    11 Review(s)
  • Sage Leaf

    The savoury taste of a fresh sage
    10 Review(s)
  • Sarsaparilla Root

    A sweet infusion with the classic sarsaparilla taste
    25 Review(s)
  • Spearmint Leaf

    A rejuvenating infusion with a sweet, minty flavour
    28 Review(s)
  • Thyme Leaf

    An infusion with the complex, inviting taste of thyme
    22 Review(s)
  • Turmeric Ginger

    A dynamic blend of two flavourful Asian spices
    139 Review(s)
  • White Horehound Tea

    A fresh herbal tea from the white horehound plant
    5 Review(s)

Consumers today are growing more and more aware of the potential health risks of the many chemicals included in our food, leading many people to seek a better option. In the last few years, the demand for an organic alternative has risen higher than ever before. Some, however, are unsure of exactly what the organic label means or what its importance is. In fact, the organic logo is actually a surprisingly big deal.

In order for any tea leaf, herb, or other plant substance to be labelled organic, it must be as natural as possible. An organic plant cannot be genetically modified, and must never be treated with any kind of pesticide, herbicide or chemical fertiliser. Any product then made from this plant must also be free of chemicals and additives. Most importantly, for a company to use the organic label, they must be certified by a USDA-approved certifier, which investigates their methods to ensure they meet organic standards. When you see the organic seal on our boxes, you can rest assured that the tea or infusion contained within has been carefully scrutinised and approved for its pure, natural quality.