Flower Valley, Reusable Cotton Bags, 3 Bags, 3" x 5" Each
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- Contains No Color Dyes
- 100% Cotton
- Bath Herbs
Dozens of Household Uses!
Infuse herb teas, coffee, mulled spice drinks.
The Cotton Bag holds enough of your herb and spice blends to make a large pot. Add to water, cider, or wine.
Cooking with fine herbs.
Put bay, chives, tarragon, pepper corns, or garlic cloves in a Cotton Bag for a recoverable seasoning in soups and stews.
For a relaxing bath, fill Cotton Bag with Chamomile or Lavender Flowers; for a stimulating bath use Peppermint Leaves. Let Bag hang under hot running water. Simply throw herbs away after use, rinse bag, and reuse.
Sachets and Potpourri
Add herb and spice potpourri mixes to Cotton Bags to scent linen and clothing drawers. Hang in closet.
For other uses see inside cover.
We made herbal tea from our garden herbs and the bags worked extremely well and cleaned up easily. I would recommend them.
Really comfortable bag to keep your dried herbs, I like the quality of how these bags are made, fabrics very light, neat and clean. Will buy much more as I pick up herbs in the forest and fields myself, I need a bunch of them =)
Cotton tea/herb bags
Posted by Reviewer1255886 on Sep 29, 2014
I use these for my loose leaf teas as well as herbs. They are handt to have around and clean easily.
Posted by 4861996706004060229 on Jul 09, 2014
Smaller than I imagined them to be (although the size is listed), but good for teas and such.
Posted by Ronolss on Apr 24, 2014
Very small bags.
Posted by Revron on Mar 17, 2014
Teas, potpourri, herbal sachets, etc etc. I used them as giftbags for lavendar from the garden. Also for handmade soaps. Thank you iHerb for the service.