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Yellow Hybrid - Tea for Muscle Recovery and Cognitive Aide

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This tea is mild - tasting of a traditional green tea with a light rosemary finish. Each small batch is hand blended to perfection using all natural, premium dried herbs, flowers and tea leaves, sourced from the highest quality heritage growers from around the world. The combination of the ingredients in this tea provides significant anti-inflammatory properties, as well as may support your heart brain, and muscles. 

Enjoy whenever you are feeling fatigued, or just in the mood for something deliciously refreshing. Recommended to drink hot or iced, sweet or un-sweet. Add lemon for enhanced flavor.


Flavor Profile:

Light and earthy


Easy Brewing:

The robustness of the ingredients means you really can't go wrong when brewing this delicious tea. Hot brew, cold brew or sun soak. 10oz of water for every 1.5 Tablespoons of Loose Leaf Tea. On the back of each bag contains details of recommended serving size and steeping instructions for your convenience.


Nutritional Information:

- Contains small amounts of Caffeine (approximately 10 mg per serving) 

- less than 5 calories per serving



Gingko Leaf, Zhejiang province in eastern China

Ginkgo biloba, or maidenhair, is a tree native to China that has been grown for thousands of years for a variety of uses, and is reputed for its benefits as a memory or concentration enhancer. Ginkgo contains high levels of flavonoids and terpenoids, which are compounds known for their strong antioxidant effects.Ginkgo was also found to reduce markers of inflammation in the human body. 2 In traditional Chinese medicine, ginkgo is used to open “channels” of energy to different organ systems, including the kidneys, liver, brain and lungs. (Source)


Calendula, Egypt

Calendula possesses several potent antioxidants, including triterpenes, flavonoids, polyphenols, and carotenoids. It is believed that Calendula reduces exercise-induced muscle soreness. (Source)


Rosemary, Atlas Mountains in north Morocco

Rosemary is a fragrant spice that has a long history of culinary and aromatic uses, in addition to applications in traditional herbal and Ayurvedic medicine.  The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of rosemary is largely attributed to its polyphenolic compounds like rosmarinic acid and carnosic acid. The compounds in rosemary tea may also have antimicrobial properties, which may help fight infections. Rosemary leaves are employed in traditional medicine for their antibacterial and wound healing effects. Ingesting Rosemary may improve mood by promoting a healthy balance of gut bacteria and reducing inflammation in the hippocampus, the part of your brain associated with emotions, learning, and memories. In Morocco, rosemary grows wild on the hillsides and plateaus of the Atlas Mountains in the north. (Source) 


Gunpowder Green Tea, Zheijing Province in eastern China

Gunpowder green tea has a unique production method. To make the highest quality gunpowder tea, artisans wither, steam, roll, and dry individual tea leaves. When you steep gunpowder green tea, each individual leaf unrolls or "explodes" as some would describe. The tea has a taste that many describe as lightly smoky. green tea may provide a boost of mental alertness, most likely due to the caffeine content of the beverage. (Source)



The herbal information provided is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information on this web site is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Please see a medical professional about any health concerns you have and before beginning any herbal regimen.


Antioxidants combat or neutralize the damaging effects of free radicals. Free radicals are highly reactive particles that are produced in the body during normal metabolic functions, such as converting food to energy or detoxification. 

2 Inflammation is part of the body’s natural response to injury or invasion by a foreign substance.

3 Ayurvedic medicine is one of the world's oldest holistic (“whole-body”) healing systems. It was developed more than 3,000 years ago in India. It’s based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. Its main goal is to promote good health, not fight disease.