Oftentimes we can feel sluggish midday, and our first reaction is to grab coffee, unhealthy sugary snacks, or to get something at a drive-through.
Many true teas (meaning teas produced from the camellia sinensis plant) are excellent for digestive health as well, but if you’re looking for a caffeine free, a kid-friendly option, or something for the evening hours; herbal blends are a great option that have long been consumed as a natural digestive aid!
Used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for centuries, ginseng is prized for its numerous health benefits, and in TCM it is often blended with other herbs to create “tinctures”, or tea-like tonics. It is one of the most well-known nutritional supplements in the world.
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Black tea is the most famous; a true classic, brewing a delicious full bodied cup known for giving a boost of antioxidants. Varieties range from malty, floral to dark and bitter.
Luxury grade, shade grown and specially prepared green tea leaves stone ground into a fine powder that you whisk into hot water before consuming. Matcha has incredible health benefits; it is the only tea that the whole leaf is consumed.
Yellow tea is a rare and expensive variety of specialty tea prepared in a similar way to green tea, though oxidized slightly. Yellow tea doesn’t have the “green”, grassy flavor its cousin- green tea is famous for and gives yellow tea its distinct golden yellowish hue and well-rounded flavor.
Rooibos has a natural sweetness and subtle vanilla like flavor. It is a healthy addition to your daily routine, for it is boosting with health benefits and is calorie and caffeine free, a great drink the whole family can enjoy anytime of the day.
Mate is an herbal infusion made from leaves of the Amazonian rain forest holly tree. It is an herbal drink like no other, naturally high in caffeine, yet has the health benefits of true tea, it is amazing drank as a “tea”, as it delivers a cup of earthy, pungent and satisfying liquid that is easily a healthy alternative to coffee.