Part of our Thirst Aid collection, Teas with health benefits
A perfect pick me up for 1st thing in the morning, to beat that mid afternoon slump or just before the gym. This tea can help to naturally increase your metabolism, clear your mind and give you a sustained energy boost without the jitters.
Green Tea - helps to boost energy and endurance levels as well as improving brain function and focus.
Yerba Mate - is a physical and mental energy tonic, by helping to fight fatigue, improve memory, concentration and boost metabolism
Nettle - an energy builder as it is high in vitamins, minerals and iron as well as serotonin for healthy brain function and can help to regulate moods
Ginseng - has been used for centuries to brighten vision, increase mental ability and provide a youthful feeling
Ginkgo - regularly drinking ginkgo tea is said to keep you at peak fitness, is an ideal tea to counteract the effects of a sedentary work day and keep you youthful as you age
Oat Straw - a full body tonic to build energy and used routinely can help fight exhaustion and fatigue
Fennel - used by Greek marathon runners for strength, vigour and leanness
Peppermint - helps to ease inner tension and boost energy
Liquorice Root - an adrenal stimulant, weak adrenal glands are associated with constant fatigue, depression and irritability, muscle weakness and lack of concentration
Minty and sweet, with slight herbal and grassy notes
Green Tea, Yerba Mate, Nettle, Ginseng, Ginkgo, Oat Straw, Fennel, Peppermint, Liquorice Root
Warning: Contains Liquorice, avoid if you have hypertension, heart problems, thyroid problems, or kidney disorders
HOW TO BREW
For the perfect cuppa
Steep 1-2 heaped teaspoons in freshly boiled 100℃ water, brew for 5-7 minutes. Can be resteeped 2-3 times, just brew for an extra minute each time.
1-3 cups per day for 2 weeks. Store in a cool dark place.
Can also be enjoyed as iced tea
Steep 4 heaped teaspoons in 900ml of freshly boiled 100°C water, brew for 3-5 mins, leave in the fridge to cool. Serve over ice
It is important to consult your doctor before self-medicating with any herbs, particularly if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have a health condition or are taking medication.