Herbs that have a complimentary taste, energizing properties, or general affinity with everyone's favorite dark colored bitter liquid. Here you can find creamers, starchy adaptogens, and a wide range of tonic and stimulant herbs. Careful, if you experiment enough with these, you may find yourself drinking coffee-less coffee before you realize it!

Acanthopanax root bark (Wu Jia Pi)

Also known as Wu Jia Pi, Eleuthero Gracistylus, Southern Acanthopanax Introduction Acanthopanax is a close relative of both Siberian and Panax ginseng, belonging to the same family as both but being more closely... more info

Angelica root, Chinese (Dong Quai)

Also known as Angelica sinensis, Dong Quai Introduction Donq Quai, also referred to as "Female ginseng", is the root of Angelica sinensis, an herb used in the Traditional Chinese system of Medicine to treat various... more info

Ashwagandha root and powder

Ashwagandha is an adaptogen with both calming and invigorating effects. Typically found in India, it is often used by those with overworked and tense lives. Ashwagandha is known as Indian Ginseng and it is... more info

Assam tea (Black)

Assam is a dark and malty black tea that is heavily oxidized, lending it a flavor and caffeine profile resembling that of coffee. Assam is a popular type of black tea originating in India, coming from the Camellia... more info

Astragalus root slices and powder

Astragalus membranaceus is one of the 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine. It has been used for recovering health in times of need by strengthening the immune system and assisting the body in... more info

Bacopa monnieri herb and powder

Bacopa monnieri has been traditionally used in Ayurveda for centuries primarily as a mental tonic and also to reduce anxiety. Recent clinical trials with bacopa have shown an increase in memory retention as well as... more info
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Broad leaf Indian tea (White)

Our Broad-leaf Indian white tea is a rare & exotic tea leaf of the larger leafed Camellia sinensis plants usually reserved for black teas such as Assam. This type of tea plant is unique for its delicate taste,... more info

Burdock root

Also known as Arctium lappa Introduction Artium lappa, commonly known as burdock, is a biennial plant, home to the Asteraceae family of plants. Burdock is native to the Old World, but has been introduced worldwide,... more info

Cacao beans, nibs, and powder

Also known as Raw Chocolate, Theobroma cacao, Food of the Gods, Xocolatl, Cocoa Introduction The Cacao fruit in it's entirety was used among the Maya, Olmec, and Aztecs not only Medicinally, of which there are over... more info

Carob nibs and powder

Also known as Ceratonia siliqua Introduction Ceratonia siliqua is an evergreen shrub from the Fabaceae family which produces a chocolate-tasting seed rich in vitamins, minerals, protein, anti-oxidants, & even the... more info

Catuaba bark and powder

Also known as Erythroxylum Catuaba, Trichilia catigua, Big catuaba Introduction Catuaba is the name given to a number of plants found in South America often used for their energizing and libido enhancing qualities.... more info

Celastrus paniculatus seeds

Also known as Celastrus paniculatus, Climbing staff tree, Intellect tree Introduction Celastrus paniculatus is the name of a woody vine that bears an oily seed used in Ayurveda as a brain tonic and for improving... more info

Chaga mushroom and powder

Also known as Inonotus obliquus, Birch mushroom Introduction Chaga is a mushroom that has a tendency to grow on Birch trees, usually taking 5-7 years for it to fully mature. Chaga has been a part of folk medicine... more info

Chicory root, roasted

Also known as Cichorium intybus Introduction Chicory is a nutritional herb whose leaves and root are eaten and brewed into tea. The roots of chicory are often roasted and used as an alternative or additive to... more info

Chuchuhuasi powder

Also known as Maytenus Aelivis, Chocha huasha Introduction Chuchuhuasi is an Amazonian native herb belonging to the same family as khat, and has been traditionally used as a stimulant and to relieve joint pain.... more info

Cistanche root and powder

Also known as Cistanche deserticola, Rou Cong Rong Introduction Cistanche deserticola and relatives are endangered desert dwelling parasitic plants which lack chlorophyll and obtain their nutrients and water from... more info

Coconut water powder

Also known as Cocos nucifera Introduction The coconut is a large stone fruit (drupe) from tropical palm tree in the Arecaceae family. It is the only accepted species in the genus Cocos. The spelling cocoanut is an... more info

Codonopsis root (Dang Shen)

Also known as Codonopsis pilosula, Bastard Ginseng, Dang shen, Poor Man's Ginseng Introduction The roots of C. pilosula are used in traditional Chinese medicine as a gentler and more economical substitute for Panax... more info

Cordyceps sinensis mushroom powder

Also known as Cordyceps sinensis, caterpillar fungus, dong chong zia cao Introduction Use of Cordyceps sinensis dates back to the 15th century in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicines. In these traditional... more info

Dandelion root, roasted

Also known as Taraxacum officinale Introduction Dandelion is a nutritional herb whose leaves and root are eaten and brewed into tea. The roots of dandelion are often roasted and used as an alternative or additive... more info

Dao Ren Mao Feng tea (Green)

An exquisite & high quality green tea made from the fermented leaves of Camellia sinensis that produces a slightly fruity taste with hints of almond. Introduction Dao Ren Mao Feng Tea contains a low amount of... more info

Darjeeling tea (Black)

A rich and aromatic Indian tea made from the fermented leaves of Camellia sinensis. Darjeeling is usually served as black tea, but the unique processing of this type of tea preserves the astringent taste from green... more info

Devil's club root bark

Also known as Devil's club, Devil's walking stick, Oplopanax horridus, Alaskan ginseng Introduction Devil's club is a large thorny shrub found throughout the North West forests of the Northern Americas. Devil's... more info

Echinacea angustifolia root

Also known as Echinacea angustifolia Introduction Echinacea is a well known plant that grows native in much of the middle United States & Canada. Its main use is that of an immune system stimulating tonic with... more info

Echinacea purpurea root and leaf

Also known as Echinacea purpurea Introduction Echinacea is a well known plant that grows native in much of the middle United States & Canada. Its main use is that of an immune system stimulating tonic with muscle... more info

Egyptian Chocolate medicated herbal coffee

Egyptian Chocolate is a mood elevating blend that improves energy levels, motivation, & sociability while nourishing the mind, body, & soul. Ingredients: Mucuna pruriens, Ashwagandha, Bacopa, Sceletium tortuosum... more info

Eleuthero root

Also known as Siberian ginseng, Eleutherococcus senticosus Introduction Eleuthero, also known as Siberian ginseng is a close relative of the true Panax ginseng, belonging to the same family but of a different... more info

Fenugreek seeds and powder

Also known as Trigonella foenum-graecum Introduction Fenugreek is a plant belonging to the Fabaceae family which has found much use among the old world, particularly India, where the whole plant is used for food,... more info

Fo-ti root and powder (Ho Shou Wu)

Also known as Polygonum multiflorum, he shou wu, ho shou wu, fo ti, foti Introduction Fo-ti is a Traditional Chinese Medicine herb touted to improve youthfulness and longevity, feed the heart, calm the soul, and... more info

Food of the Gods superfood powder

Food of the Gods nutritional formulation has been handcrafted with the finest & most revered superfoods on Earth, providing unequaled support in terms of taste, nutrition, mood improving, & energy enhancing... more info

Food of the Immortal superfood powder

Food of the Immortal is comprised of the most effective anti-aging & energy building herbs, all renown in the Traditional Chinese system of Medicine (TCM) for their supreme tonic effects. When these herbs are... more info

Guarana seed and powder

Also known as Paullinia cupana, Brazilian cocoa Introduction Guarana is an Amazonian shrub like vine that is a popular additive in energy drinks due to it's high caffeine content and stimulant nature. It's story of... more info