This is a relaxing, herbal blend of tea. The blend is ideal for replenishing our stores. Recharge your well-being with botanicals and berries that are rich in support on the nerves and other organs that can become affected by stress and overload. Contains Schizandra berries and Elderberries which are both adaptogens (helps the body adapt to the stresses of life). With key ingredients like elderberries and rosehips, this is an immune-supportive blend that can be enjoyed year-round. Lemonbalm and lemon verbena are nerve soothers and smell uplifting. Tulsi, also known as holy basil, is the most sacred herb of India. Tulsi is adaptogenic and helps the body "adapt" to stress. It has a multitude of benefits for the body, including mental clarity. Schisandra berries, also an adaptogen, have been used in traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years. It's most commonly adored for boosting liver function and to help prevent adrenal fatique. Calendula petals, which are the yellow flowers, are a sun-loving vibrant flower that are soothing to the skin as well as our internal digestive organs. This tea gets its red color from the hibiscus flower. Hibiscus is sexy and beautiful and tastes a little tangy.
TASTE PROFILE | Tastes like summer everyday of the year. Very bright and aromatic. Tulsi dominates with a spicy citrus flavor. Known as holy basil in India, Tulsi is described as aromatic and sometimes bitter. Lemonbalm and Lemon Verbena are also aromatic, yet less aggressive in taste. The schizandra berries, elderberries, hibiscus and rosehips all add a slight tang, making this a great tea to enjoy with honey and lemon. The Chinese name for Schizandra berries are translated to "fruit of the five flavors". They have such a unique taste on the tongue that it touches all five tastes (sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent).
Quantity - 12 tea bags
Pour boiling water over teabag and let steep for 5 to 7 minutes.
Add a touch of honey and lemon if you'd like. Serve hot or cold. CAFFEINE FREE
INGREDIENTS | hibiscus, calendula, tulsi, lemonbalm, lemon verbena, schisandra berries, elderberries, rosehips