Looking to better yourself inside and out, we’ve got you. A cup a day keeps the doctor away! That’s the saying, right? Did you know the tea you’re consuming is also good for your mind and body? Don’t believe it? Check it out for yourself:
Sweet Peppermint - Peppermint has traditionally been used as an all-purpose cure in India and England. It’s fresh fragrance makes it a natural addition in beverages, salads, and cooking. Peppermint is helpful in: preventing anxiousness, recovering from depression, soothing motion sickness, promoting sleepiness, immunity system boost, reducing fevers, reducing weight loss, stress relief, and promoting sleep.
Citrus Ginger - Orange peel is abundant in vitamin C and minerals. This powerful fruit often aids in: cancer prevention, recovering from physical exhaustion, and enhancing your metabolism. Ginger has been a staple of Eastern Medicine throughout history. Ginger is specifically known for: warming the body, preventing inflammation and indigestion, nausea relief, weight loss, and Diabetes regulation.
Rose Earl Grey - Organic Rose Petals contain a high concentration of vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin P, and are known to balance hormones. Some key benefits include: stress relief by producing anti-stress hormones, combating pigmentation & minimizing wrinkles, and providing an immunity system boost. Bergamot Oil (in Earl Grey Tea) is derived from the name of a city in Italy called Bergamo. Throughout Europe since the 17th century, Bergamot was used as a disinfectant and perfume, due to its pleasing fragrance. Notable benefits include: promoting relaxation, decreasing tension, soothing sore throats, reducing canker sores, and promoting weight loss.
Turmeric/Refresh - Turmeric, the rich marigold-colored spice is revered in India as ‘holy powder’ since it has a broad range of incredible health properties. Turmeric is a perennial plant related to ginger and is native to Southeast India. For centuries, turmeric has been used to treat wounds, inflections, and promote physical and mental health. Turmeric’s main ingredient, curcumin, has a history of serving as an antibiotic and antioxidant.