Skullcap earned its name for its delicate blue flowers which somewhat resemble the shape of helmets worn by early American soldiers. This tea is made with the leaves, stems, and flowers, collected when the plants are in flower. Traditionally used to support the nervous system, some of our favorite skullcap comes from the good folks at Trout Lake Farm in the Pacific Northwest, who have provided some of our favorite herbs for over the past five decades. They're kindred spirits in research for high quality, sustainably produced herbs. Personality ... Sunny and optimistic, comforting and kind.Herbal Power... Supports good mood during PMS - easing irritability, tension and discomfort.Reason to Love... We know what it really stands for, but sometimes it seems like PMS is short for Pretty Miserable Situation. A nice cup of tea can turn all of that around, especially if it eases irritability, tension, and discomfort. A traditional combination of herbs - like skullcap and lemon balm - used to ease frayed and frazzled nerves, this tea can help you feel a little more like you can go with the flow during that time of the month.Taste... Warm, cinnamony - a balance of slightly bitter and sweet.