Herbal teas come in a variety of delicious flavors and are naturally free of sugar and calories.
Many herbal teas also offer health-promoting effects, and modern science has begun to validate some of their traditional uses.
Whether you’re a tea lover or novice, don’t be afraid to give these 3 herbal teas a try.
This afternoon blend is designed to help you wind down after a long day’s work for a relaxing evening.
Blended with hibiscus flowers, orange peels, rooibos tea, peppermint leaves, licorice root, milk thistle, passion flowers inclusion, lavender flowers, lemon balm & marigold flowers
blended with hibiscus, orange peels, rooibos tea, peppermint leaves, licorice root, milk thistle, passion flowers inclusion, lavender flowers, lemon balm and marigold flowers
Peppermint tea is traditionally used to relieve discomfort of the digestive tract. Studies have found that peppermint oil can help relieve nausea, cramping, spasms and stomach pain.
Light bodied with a natural subtle sweetness, green rooibos plays well with a variety of flavors. This summer fruit inspired blend of green rooibos with peaches, strawberries and citrus is juicy, nectar-like and supremely refreshing. This “palate pretty” medley of flavors is muy delicioso; hot or iced and naturally caffeine-free.
Rooibos tea has just recently begun to be studied by scientists. Preliminary evidence suggests that rooibos tea may help improve bone health and reduce heart disease risk.
Tangy-sweet spring berry blend with a hint of creme. Blackberry, blueberry and strawberry flavors party playfully in your cup like a rich berry compote with a dollop of cream. Party on!
ingredients & lore
blended with rose hips, hibiscus, apple pieces, blue cornflowers, natural creme flavor, blueberries, strawberries, raspberry leaves, natural strawberry flavor, natural blueberry flavor, raspberries and natural blackberry flavor
True berries are a simple fruit having seeds and edible pulp produced from a single ovary. There are many varieties of berries, flavors ranging from sweet to sour. However, the berries we are most familiar with are not true berries by definition- such as blackberries (which are made from different ovaries), blueberries (created from another part of the plant that is not an ovary), and strawberries (the edible part of the fruit is not generated by an ovary). Whether true or not, mixed together to create a sweet blend makes us all believers.
Hibiscus tea may help lower high blood pressure and fight oxidative stress. However, it shouldn’t be taken with a certain diuretic medication or at the same time as aspirin.