Clue 1


Alphabetization provides excellent organization...




Clue 2


Once your herbs are organized, some conversion is required.




Solution


First, the herbs are alphabetized. Next, the amounts of each are converted from Grams to Ounces. Lastly, the Ounce measurements are converted to their alphabetic equivalent, to spell out 'Research'




Clue 3


Let me provide an ounce of help...




Clue 4


Your tea will never contain more than 26 ounces of any one item.




Clue 5


T is twenty ounces!





Clue 1


Alphabetization provides excellent organization...




Clue 2


Once your herbs are organized, some conversion is required.




Solution


First, the herbs are alphabetized. Next, the amounts of each are converted from Grams to Ounces. Lastly, the Ounce measurements are converted to their alphabetic equivalent, to spell out 'Research'




Clue 3


Let me provide an ounce of help...




Clue 4


Your tea will never contain more than 26 ounces of any one item.




Clue 5


T is twenty ounces!





Clue 1


Cold and hot, to the extreme.




Clue 2


Freezing temperatures add up nicely with boiling tea.




Solution


Take the numbers from the stamps (freezing and boiling in Celsius) and convert them to their corresponding numbers in Fahrenheit, then add together to find the year - '244'




Clue 3


An imperial conversion may be required.





Clue 1


Cold and hot, to the extreme.




Clue 2


Freezing temperatures add up nicely with boiling tea.




Solution


Take the numbers from the stamps (freezing and boiling in Celsius) and convert them to their corresponding numbers in Fahrenheit, then add together to find the year - '244'




Clue 3


An imperial conversion may be required.