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Made in SD: Neakita Organic Teas


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If your New Year’s resolution involves working out, eating better, engaging in less screen time, or some combination of the three, you might want to add a daily cup of tea to your regimen. Neakita, a new local company founded by 26-year-old winemaker turned holistic health practitioner Hannah Mills, makes small-batch organic teas that aim to heal in specific ways. “Strength” revitalizes the immune system and digestion; “Freedom” offers stress relief; “Wisdom” aids in clarity and focus; “Purity” detoxifies the kidneys and liver; and perfect for Valentine’s Day, “Sensuality” is a natural aphrodisiac. Each jar makes about 30 servings, and the teas are fair-trade and ethically sourced to boot. Go ahead, pour your heart out.

$27 each; neakita.com

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