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Making Waves: Tom Petty’s Daughter Adria and Annie Nelson Discuss Wildflowers Tea

by Christopher Wright aka Blue


Making Waves: Tom Petty’s Daughter Adria and Annie Nelson Discuss Wildflowers Tea

by Christopher Wright aka Blue


Credit: Benjamin M. Adams hightimes

Wildflowers Tea by Willie’s Remedy is named after one of Tom Petty’s top albums—providing the perfect way to honor him.

Willie’s Remedy, a hemp-based wellness company helmed by Willie Nelson and his wife, Annie Nelson, announced on November 11 its first-ever collaboration with Tom Petty’s estate to launch a limited edition Wildflowers Tea

The tea contains whole chamomile flowers, lemon myrtle flowers and peppermint leaves, commonly known for digestive benefits. It’s available in biodegradable pyramid bags and loose leaf—infused with full-spectrum hemp extract from small-to-midsize independent U.S. farms. Naming the tea, as hemp itself is a flower, was easy. “We thought that made some sense, for sure,” Adria Petty told High Times

Adria explained that the tea is relaxing to take during the day over ice, or at nighttime to unwind. “It sort of feels like an Advil with a feeling of calm,” Adria said. “You don’t feel sleepy. It’s great for nighttime because mint and chamomile are so soothing, so the tea properties are good for nighttime in terms of going to bed and relaxing.”

Proceeds from every sale of Wildflowers Tea will be donated to MusiCares®, a charity close to Tom’s heart. “You read that right,” Adria said, confidently. “They help provide funds for people when they’re sick; when they need rehab; when they’re kids are in jeopardy and they help support musicians when they fall on hard times.” Tom was named the MusiCares® Person of the Year after passing away on October 2, 2017.