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Helps



Last Updated: Mar. 1, 2018

About Helps

Helps is a brand of wellness teas, owned by the Pharmadus company, based in Camponaraya, León, Spain. Pharmadus, founded in 2006, grew out of an older company that was founded in 1965.

The Helps line of teas includes both blends containing tea as well as herbal blends that do not; all their products are available only in tea bags.

More recently, the company has also launched a line of pure teas in pyramid sachets, called La Tetera Azul, meaning "The Blue Teapot".

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Alex Zorach
(1385 reviews)
47 / 100
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For Little Tummies

Style: Wellness Tea / Medicinal Tea – Region: Blend
Mar. 9th, 2012

The ingredients say chamomile, star anise, and lemon balm, but upon drinking it, it seems like there is also peppermint in it. Peppermint has a distinctive aroma, and is a logical choice for inclusion in an herbal blend to settle the stomach, but the fact that it's not listed is a little strange to me.

I don't noti...

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60 / 100
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This blend contains three herbs that I like a fair amount, but would not blend in this particular combination for taste alone. The aroma is muddled and somewhat heavy. The chamomile dominates, and the anise is noticeable too...the mint takes a background.

The flavor is both sweet and bitter.

This is an interest...

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50 / 100
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Breath (Respira)

Style: Wellness Tea / Medicinal Tea – Region: Blend
Oct. 10th, 2011

I can definitely notice the thyme, linden, and fennel in the aroma. I don't know what mallow and elderflower smell like, so I can't identify them. The aroma is earthy and herbaceous, mostly dominated by the thyme.

Flavor is moderately bitter. This tea has a sort of slimy mouthfeel, for lack of a better descriptor...

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1 / 100
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Organic Green Tea Leaves

Style: Green Tea with Mint – Region: Blend
Sep. 29th, 2011

The spearmint in this blend was smooth and pleasing...but the green tea was very bad to the point of making the blend almost undrinkable...a sort of foul, stale aroma...with a heavy, astringent taste. It tasted a lot like the low-quality Chinese green tea used in Bigelow's basic green tea bags, but it was far worse.
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53 / 100
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Dreams (Sueños)

Style: Wellness Tea / Medicinal Tea – Region: ?????
Sep. 29th, 2011

This is the first commercially-available herbal blend I've tried which prominently includes lemon balm. I love lemon balm: it dries well, and it is delicious and has a number of beneficial health properties. I think lemon balm is an under-utilized herb in commercial blends.

However, I was disappointed by this tea....

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