Tahitian Honey - Tea for Calm
This tea is smooth with earthy floral notes - tasting of a traditional Jasmine Green Tea, although this proprietary blend is 100% caffeine free and contains no the leaves. Each small batch is hand blended to perfection using all natural, premium dried flowers and herbs sourced from the highest quality heritage growers from around the world. The combination of the ingredients in this tea provides significant a mood boost.
Enjoy whenever you are feeling anxious, or just in the mood for something deliciously calming. Recommended to drink hot or iced, sweet or un-sweet.
- Sweet and Floral
- Caffeine Free
- less than 5 calories per serving
Whole Jasmine Buds, Fuzhou in Southeastern China
Jasmine flowers are naturally caffeine-free and brew a delicate, light tea with a subtle floral flavor. Jasmine can increase alertness and energy levels, while maintaining a calming effect. Jasmine is loaded with antioxidants, and may speed up metabolism. Jasmine is a known antibacterial and in traditional remedies used as an aphrodisiac. (Source)
Honeybush, Western Cape of South Africa
The taste of Honeybush tea is similar to that of rooibos but a little sweeter with a natural scent of honey. Honeybush tea isn’t just another sweet-tasting tea. It’s also caffeine-free, nutritious, and contains a variety of minerals, including calcium, iron, and zinc, as well as beneficial plant compounds that have antioxidant activity. Honeybush tea has traditionally been used as a tonic for colds, influenza, mucus buildup, and pulmonic tuberculosis due to its expectorant potential. Antioxidants in honeybush tea may inhibit fat accumulation in young fat cells. It may also lower the fat content in mature fat cells by stimulating fat breakdown. Drinking Honeybush tea may improve skin health and help reduce the appearance of fine lines in the face. The isoflavone content in Honeybush tea, may help alleviate menopausal symptoms. (Source)
Passion Flower, Mediterranean coast of Italy
Passion flower is believed to relieve anxiety and insomnia through boosting the level of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in your brain. This compound lowers brain activity, which may help you relax. (Source)
St. John's Wort, Poland
People have been using St. John’s wort for centuries for its reputed effects on aiding wound healing, boosting the immune system and alleviating symptoms associated with depression. (Source)
*Warning - is known to interfere with the effectiveness of prescription anti-depressants and anti-psychotic medications*
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) has been used for thousands of years for its potential health benefits. In fact, its genus name, Achillea, refers to the warrior Achilles in Greek mythology, as he used yarrow to treat his soldiers’ wounds. Yarrow leaf may increase fibroblasts, which are the cells responsible for regenerating connective tissue and helping your body recover from injury. Yarrow has also long been used to treat digestive issues like ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), symptoms of which include stomach pain, diarrhea, bloating, and constipation. It is now believed that the flavonoids and alkaloids in yarrow tea may alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety, as well as boosts cognitive function and may help reverse brain cell damage. Yarrow may also reduce skin and liver inflammation, caused by ingested pollutants. (Source)