Enjoy Tea to soothe Your Mind and Body
Posted on March 15 2020
This is especially true if you drink tea containing soothing herbs.
While coffee is a get up and go brew that people look for in the morning, drinking tea is an experience to enjoy any time of the day.
Especially caffeine free herbal tea. For energy, black tea is a great choice as it contains less caffeine than coffee, which can cause anxiety and stress the adrenal glands. Black tea will give you energy in the morning and help you kick the coffee habit.
So using herbs like Lavender to calm nerves, Ginger to soothe the stomach and Turmeric to soothe inflammation which supports good health.
What if you blended these soothing herbs with organic white or black tea and other ingredients for a delicious nutritious tea you will love? Tega Organic Tea, a company based in British Columbia, has the following unique blends that provide tasty healthy ingredients.
One nice blend is Blueberry Lavender black tea, which is made with mainly organic ingredients. This is a unique flavour that can be enjoyed hot or iced. Other ingredients are organic hibiscus flowers, organic lemongrass, sweet orange peels, organic lemon peel and organic rosehip berries.
Another tea to enjoy is Cranberry Ginger herbal tea, made with organic cranberries and ginger root. This blend is also nice as an iced tea on a hot summer day. It also has other organic ingredients, such as hibiscus flowers, lemongrass, cinnamon bark, sweet orange peels, rosehip berries and anise fruit.
To calm inflammation, try the Peach Turmeric herbal tea, which has organic turmeric root and peach flavour. Other organic ingredients include lemongrass, sweet orange peels, ginger root and cardamom seeds. These all combine to provide a uniquely delicious flavour, suitable hot or chilled.
Last but not least, Maple Ice-Wine white tea is definitely worth trying. It contains organic ingredients such as licorice root, rosehip berries, orange peels, lemongrass, hibiscus, natural maple flavour and ice wine flavour.
White tea is made from the Camellia sinensis plant, similar to green and black tea. However, the processing method is entirely different. With the white tea, the leaves and buds are picked just before they are fully open when they’re covered in fine white hairs. This is the source of the name white tea.