About Us

MTM Naturals Organic Tea is a Maryland based, Zimbabwe grown organic tea company. We were founded with a commitment to offering the finest premium organic teas and botanicals, rich in flavor and taste. It’s important to us to produce genuinely distinctive, expressive leaves that are grown with care, sustainably farmed and adhering to fair-trade practices. Our purpose is to enrich lives and promote wellness through the experience of our great-tasting, premium teas and products. In combination, our loose leaf teas will help promote potent Immune System Booster/Soothing, Calming & Relaxing and Breathing/Respiratory effects. Learn more about our combo's in the blog. All our teas are packaged in our FDA regulated facility.

Wholesale Inquires

If your establishment or store is interested in serving or retailing MTM Naturals Organic Tea, please email us at info@mtmnaturals.com or fill out the contact page form and we will have a sales representative get in touch with you as soon as possible. 

Tea from Zimbabwe

Over the past decade, there has been an upsurge of interest in herbal teas in Zimbabwe. Interest in the herbs may be a result of effective marketing of their medicinal properties such as boosting immune system, lowering blood pressure, preventing cancer, coronary heart diseases, and strokes. 

Zimbabwe is a vast repository of diverse plants, consumed as food, medicine or both since time immemorial (Maroyi, 2013). Medicinal properties of the local herbal teas may be an attribute to phytochemicals such as phenolic compounds. However, the advent of more researched and marketed imported herbal teas such as Rooibos™ has limited the popularity of indigenous herbs. Vindicating the anecdotal claims on the indigenous herbs' health properties by way of research and publication may help improve their marketability and appreciation by modern society. Several indigenous herbs with a potential of improving the quality of health in society remain underutilized in Zimbabwe.

More Information

  1. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34225706/
  2. https://bmccomplementmedtherapies.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12906-021-03361-8
  3. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0254629915003221

*For more information on health-based combinations see link #3

Tea Combinations