CALM Organic Herbal Tea (sample)
A refreshing mint-tasting blend of adaptogenic herbs (stress-inhibiting) for more calm and added focus. Perfect in between meals to help curb cravings or after a meal to support digestion.
Tasting notes: Strong mint
- Soothing the nervous system
- Instantly calming the mind
- Enhancing the ability to cope with stress (adaptogenic)
- Fighting infections (colds and influenza)
- Digestive support
- Release of flatulence
- Curbing cravings
Ingredients: *Peppermint, *Spearmint, *Holy Basil/Tulsi. *Certified organic ingredient.
How to: Add 3 tsp to 200 ml, almost boiling water (99°C). Steep covered with a lid for a minimum of 10 minutes. Sweeten with honey. Drink a maximum of 1-3 cups per day..
Quantity: 8g (0.28oz) or approx 6 tsp
Storage: Keep sealed in original packaging.
Not for use during pregnancy or if you are breastfeeding. Not intended for children. Consult with a doctor or health professional if you are on any medication or have a medical condition.
ORGANIC PEPPERMINT: Used since ancient times by the Egyptians, Chinese, Japanese, Greeks, and Romans for its medicinal properties, peppermint is an aromatic herb; stimulating, relaxing, and warming with a secondary cooling action. In Ayurveda, peppermint is used to pacify aggravated pitta (too much heat in the body). And in traditional Chinese medicine, it is used to move stagnant energy and stimulate digestion.
ORGANIC SPEARMINT: The menthol in spearmint leaves provides a relaxing and slightly soothing effect on the body, promotes relaxation, and alleviates stress. Ingesting the aroma has a grounding yet awakening effect on the body and mind and is often used for added focus, clarity and lightness. Spearmint has been cultivated worldwide for thousands of years and is most commonly used to soothe the stomach and ease gas and bloating.
ORGANIC TULSI/ HOLY BASIL: In India, tulsi is considered a sacred plant, worshipped as a goddess, and often used before meditation to bring in higher states of awareness. It is regarded as a potent adaptogen, a classification of herbs that helps the body adapt to stress by promoting homeostasis. The medicinal properties of tulsi have been studied in hundreds of scientific studies and reveal that tulsi possesses many pharmacological actions. Regular consumption of tulsi tea is often referred to as “liquid yoga” comparing its benefits to regular practice of yoga through nurturing and nourishing the body, mind, and soul while fostering a sense of relaxation and wellbeing.
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