RISE - STRESS RELIEF (ORGANIC HERBAL TEA)

299 kr

A fragrant blend of adaptogenic herbs aimed to improve energy levels and relieve fatigue after long periods of stress. Consume for a few weeks, then take a break.

 

Tasting notes: Aromatic and slightly peppery notes of tulsi and ginger. 

Beneficial for:

  • Preventing stress
  • Improve energy levels after burnout
  • Relieving fatigue
  • Boosting *Ojas (vitality and motivation)
  • Boosting immunity
  • Blood circulation
  • Improving patience
  • Skin

 

*Ojas: The strength of immunity and happiness in Ayurvedic teaching. Weak Ojas are due to stress, poor diet/ malnourishment, overworking, poor quality sleep, and regular alcohol and caffeine consumption. When Ojas are weak, we experience fatigue, low moods, poor sleep, frequent colds, and a lack of life motivation.

 

 

Ingredients: *Holy Basil/ Tulsi, *Ginger, *Chamomile, *Lemongrass, *Licorice root (5%). *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: 37g (1.58oz) or approx 62 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. 

People with hypertension should avoid excessive consumption of licorice. 

 

Ingredient highlight:

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 possess many pharmacological actions. Regular consumption of tulsi tea is often referred to as “liquid yoga” compared to the regular practice of yoga through nurturing and nourishing the body, mind, and soul while fostering a sense of relaxation and wellbeing.

ORGANIC GINGER: Ginger is one of the world’s oldest medicinal spices, containing a potent anti-inflammatory compound called gingerols and a powerful painkiller and immune booster. In ancient times, ginger was considered a spiritual cleanser and used before and during holy days to awake and purify the body, mind, and spirit. Ginger is commonly used for its warming and stimulating ability on circulation and energy in the body, supporting digestion, heart health, and immunity.

ORGANIC CHAMOMILE: One of the most popular and beloved herbs globally, chamomile dates back as long as 50,000 years. It is traditionally used for its soothing properties on both the mind and body; chamomile is highly alkalizing with anti-inflammatory properties, assisting overall digestion and elimination.

ORGANIC ANISE: Anise with its pleasant and sweet flavor has been used for medical and culinary purposes since antiquity and was cultivated by the ancient Egyptians. It is most commonly used to support digestion after a meal to calm bloating and gas and as a natural anti-depressant and stress reliever.

ORGANIC LEMONGRASS: Native to India, lemongrass is an aromatic plant that has been used widely in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries for numerous ailments such as digestive issues, poor circulation, and as a natural anti-depressant. It is commonly used both in traditional medicines and within the food industry to prevent the growth of bacteria and yeast.

ORGANIC LICORICE ROOT: Licorice is a sweet and moist root appreciated for its ability to restore and relax the body and has been used as medicine for thousands of years throughout the world. It is commonly used for adrenal deficiency due to its stimulating and balancing effect on the immune system. Licorice root should only be consumed short-term (no more than 4-6 weeks). 

 

Clinically proven studies:

Improved immune system and well-being with the help of herbs and spices:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7815254/