Thanks for the ideas everyone!!!!
SoHappy, what kinds of juices do you use that come through the tea well (I've tried apple and peach so far and I can't really taste them through the tea (I'm making redrasberry and nettles as the base for the tea))??
Leigh, are any of the bag teas you use organic? I've tried to find some around here and just can't seem to. I was thinking maybe if you had a good source that maybe I'd find them on the net??
naotalba, sounds like great tea that you found!! Unfortunately I'm not a big fan of hibiscus, leaves a funny taste in my mouth and seems to leave the tea sort of chalky (for lack of a better work) I think I'll try adding some rasins though and maybe I'll dry some of my own orange and lemon peels and see how that goes!!
Arduinna, I saw the ginger peach yesterday at the store and was thinking of getting it, but it isn't organic, and my whole effort here is to drink the redrasberry and nettles daily to get ready to try for baby #2 in a month or so, and I really want to stick with organic...I still need to go to their website though, cause they make some great teas and maybe the offer more organic ones on their website, one of my favorites is the alpine herbs (something like that, has rose hips, some other kind of berries, I want to say wild blueberries, but not sure, haven't had it in a long time, but I saw it yesterday at the store too, and almost got it but it also wasn't organic
Thanks again!!!!!! I really appreciate everyone sharing their ideas (and their favorite teas in general!!!!!), if anyone has anymore lets keep em comin'!!!!!!! My next try is to put some fresh peaches in but let it steep for a couple of hours, and I'm also going to try looking at the other dried fruits at the store and see what i can come up with. Never know what you can get if you don't try right???!!!!!