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|Description||Eucalyptus leaves are a great source of antioxidants, particularly flavonoids. Eucalyptus is widely used as a natural cold remedy and is a common ingredient in cold and cough products. Eucalyptus is also widely believed to decrease symptoms of stress. Researchers believe that it decreases the activity of your sympathetic nervous system — your stress response system — and increases the activity of your parasympathetic nervous system, which promotes relaxation.||Red Bone is a mix of sweet and spicy herbs that you need to improve your mood. Definitely a good idea as the temps drop - this tea warms you from the inside out. So, brew your tea and sip it slowly before you head out to shovel or warm the car up. Yeah...it's that time of year again.|
Closely related to black tea, our Wild Purple Tea is crafted using a wild tree varietal that grows in the mountainous areas west of Mang Shi town in Dehong. The aroma of tea is very strong and hints of eucalyptus and sugarcane. The mouth feel is incredibly complex and stimulating but never bitter or astringent. It is known to provide subtle but very noticeable cha qi and tranquil feelings. An incredibly rare tea made entirely from first flush spring material.
|Content||A blend of refreshing lemons and detoxifying ginger root. Great for an immunity boost, or a naturally caffeine free energizer. Brewing Instructions: - use 1 1/2 TSP of loose tea per 1 cup of hot water - place loose tea in a strainer - steep in hot water for 3 minutes||Bold black tea blended with rose petals for a smooth aromatic flavour. Makes for a rich cup of tea with floral overtones. Brewing Instructions: - use 1 1/2 TSP of loose tea per 1 cup of hot water - place loose tea in a strainer - steep in hot water for 4-5 minutes|