Owens Acres - Lavender, Herbs, and Tea

  (Placerville, California)
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Herbs for the Holidays

Herbs are part of our everyday life, even when we don't realize it!  Herbs and flowers can be used for culinary, health, healing, and giving.  How to use herbs for your holidays:


Bay Leaves - Traditional and essential for holiday meals.  Place one in your stuffing and other holiday dishes.  We offer wildcrafted California Bay leaves which are two times stronger than regular Bay Laurel.

Herbal Blends - Spice up holiday meals with our wonderful herbs and herbal blends.  These also make a great gift for the chef in the family.  Herbs are healthy, full of vitamins and antioxidants!

Health & Healing:

Herbs have been used for centuries for health and healing.  Try one of our medicinal teas for common ailments like headaches, arthritis, cold & flu, seasonal allergies, stomach aches, and more.  We have about 40 medicinal teas, which make a thoughtful gift for someone who has a chronic issue.


It's what the holidays are all about!  You don't need to break the bank buying the latest fashions and gadgets that will be long forgotten by Valentines Day - give thoughtfully this year!  Gifts of fruits, nuts, herbs, lavender, teas, and little holistic luxuries are always appreciated and a thoughtful surprise!  Owens Acres sipping teas and tisanes (we have 40+) make a lovely gift when paired with a nice tea cup or little vintage tea pot from a thrift shop!  Lavender is always popular and we have lots of lovely lavender products including sachets, milk bath, salve & solid perfume, dryer bags, and teas with lavender!  Create your own lavender gift basket for a gift that will be truly appreciated. 

Give thoughtfully!  

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