Be More With a Cup of Tea
11. September, 2019
Our new teas are here for You to enjoy. So what are our new teas about?
Detox tea has a refreshing lemony flavor and aroma, imparted by the depth of Yerba Mate and the sweetness of a freeze-dried apple. It is made of Lemongrass, Freeze-Dried Apples, Yerba Mate, Red Clover, Fennel Seeds, Chicory Root, Green Rooibos and Peppermint Leaves.
Main compound lemongrass has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anticancer properties. Lemongrass may also help protect your stomach lining and improve your lipid profile. In the world of natural health, lemongrass is a known diuretic. A diuretic makes you urinate more often, ridding your body of excess fluid and sodium. Lemongrass tea is used as a detox tea to kick-start your metabolism and help you lose weight.
Be Beautiful Tea
Be Beautiful tea has a pleasingly tasty raspberry flavor, complemented by melissa, rooibos and freshness by the mint. It is made of Freeze-Dried Raspberries, Raspberry Leaves, Freeze-Dried Apples, Melissa, Moringa, Green Rooibos and Peppermint Leaves.
Main compound raspberries provide high levels of vitamins and other nutrients as well as being delicious. Containing a powerful phytonutrient and antioxidant known as ellagic acid, red raspberries have been found to protect against a variety of health conditions and diseases. Antioxidants present in raspberries not only keep premature aging at bay but also helps in making our skin beautiful and glowing. Leaves of red raspberries are well known all over the world for their skin tightening properties.
Be Active Tea
Be Active tea has a sour blackcurrant flavor, that is freshened up by amazing minty aftertaste. It is made of Freeze-Dried Blackcurrants, Blueberry Leaves, Black Currant Leaves, Hibiscus and Peppermint Leaves.
Main compound are leaves and the dried fruits from the black currant bush. It is packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals and offers a great deal of therapeutic value. Black currants are extremely rich in vitamin C. A tablespoon of dried black currants possesses over 50 milligrams of the vitamin. Antioxidants like the ones found in black currant tea are extremely good for the skin. They can help protect against premature aging and help protect against damage from those environmental free radicals that we all come across from day to day.
Be Sleepy Tea
Be Sleepy tea has a pleasant chamomile flavor with a small hint of melissa and slightly spicy ginger. It is made of Chamomile, Melissa, Ginger, Peppermint Leaves and Freeze-Dried Cherries.
Main compound chamomile contains antioxidants that may promote sleepiness, and drinking chamomile tea has been shown to improve overall sleep quality. Chamomile tea may protect against diarrhea, stomach ulcers, nausea and gas, likely due to its anti-inflammatory effects. Chamomile tea contains the antioxidant apigenin, which may help lower inflammation, also it is a great source of flavone antioxidants that may play a role in improving heart health.
Why all of our new teas have peppermint leaves inside?
Peppermint tea is a tasty, calorie- and caffeine-free tea that can be enjoyed at any time of day. Peppermint tea helps improve breath. Drinking peppermint tea may reduce the intensity and length of menstrual cramps since peppermint helps prevent muscle contractions. Studies confirm that peppermint effectively fights several types of bacteria, including those that cause food-borne illnesses and contagious illnesses. Peppermint tea is beneficial for sleep. it’s a caffeine-free beverage that may help you relax before bedtime. Peppermint contains rosmarinic acid, which has been shown to reduce allergy symptoms, such as sneezing and runny nose. Peppermint oil, found in peppermint tea, may help increase alertness and memory, which may improve concentration.
How to use our brand new teas?
For hot tea, add 2 teaspoons to a teacup, pour 200ml ~ 80-85˚ water and let it brew for ~ 5 minutes.
For iced tea, add 3 teaspoons to a teacup, pour 250ml ~ 80-85˚ water and let it brew for ~ 30 minutes. Serve with lots of ice!
Store our teas at room temperature and keep away from direct sunlight if possible.
Written by nutritionist Riin Reimer