What's in these blends and why?
We consider taste to be essential when we’re creating our blends, but just as important are the benefits. No ingredient makes it into our tea without deserving its place.
No1 - ENERGISE....
It is suggested that beetroot improves muscle fuel-efficiency and enhances stamina. The antioxidants, bioactive compounds and micronutrients are proclaimed to purify the blood, detoxify the liver and spike energy levels.
Ashwagandha’s potent antioxidant properties have been used in traditional medicine for centuries to improve energy, stamina and endurance.
Traditional Chinese medicine considers Schisandra to have a beneficial impact on the heart, lungs and kidneys. Claiming a reduction in fatigue and support for mental concentration.
No2 - HYDRATE....
Rooibos contains polyphenol antioxidants, including flavonoids and phenolic acids. These potent, free radical scavengers have purported benefits for accelerated rehydration. And as it’s caffeine-free, Rooibos helps to boost your hydration levels.
Traditional Indian medicine dating back 3000 years, describes Elderflower as the best Ayurvedic herb for treating symptoms of dehydration. It helps to regulate the body temperature to keep fluid levels in a perfect state.
No3 - RELAX....
Quinoa is suggested to be beneficial for sleep, tissue growth and repair. Its high magnesium and protein content are purported to relax the muscles.
Oat Flowering Tops
Oats are rich in phytonutrients, antioxidants and polyphenols and are considered to feed the nervous system in times of stress, nervous system weakness or exhaustion. It is suggested they promote relaxation, leading to better sleep and feelings of well-being.
Lavender is suggested to work as an anxiety reliever and sedative to increase relaxation. It can lower the heart rate, promote a sense of calm and help bring about sleep.