A Dose of PositiviTEA — Blending Ingredients RSS


coconut limoncello + methods for the best brew. sweet coconut & sour lemon This coconut and citrus blend is inspired by Italy in the warm months, where a meal would be concluded with a refreshing splash of limoncello! We recommend serving Coconut Limoncello iced, with lots of honey and extra lemon, coconut slivers, or mint. Or, try adding a splash of limoncello liqueur to make a tea digestif! 🍋 Did you know? Lemon balm, an ingredient in this blend, has been used to calm the body and mind dating back to ancient times? It is known to reduce stress and anxiety, boost cognitive function and even relieve menstrual cramps.  Coconut Limoncello Made with white peony tea, shredded coconut, blue cornflowers, calendula flowers,...

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honeysuckle blossom + methods for the best brew. A floral tea for spring We recommend serving Honeysuckle Blossom Oolong hot or iced with a spoonful of honey. Sip on this tea while spring cleaning or have a glass with your lunch for a mid day mood booster. Did you know? Honeysuckle blossoms might help with inflammation/ swelling and digestive problems like gas and constipation? Honeysuckle Blossom Oolong Made with oolong tea, honeysuckle buds, lemongrass, apple pieces, calendula petals, and natural flavors. Add 1-2 teaspoons in 8 oz of hot water for 3-5 minutes. More floral tea blends: Jasmine White Monkey Green Lavender Sage Lemonade Butterfly Garden

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banana bread coffee pu erh banana facts + tea feature A banana is a berry 🤯 Crazy right? That's because berries contain their seeds inside the flesh, not outside. Bananas have so many benefits! They support your heart, improve your digestion, and are great for your kidneys. So how do we use bananas in our tea? Check it out. ⬇ We use bananas in one of our very special (and popular) teas called Banana Bread Coffee Pu Erh! The coolest part: the bananas we use are actual dried bananas. They add a creamy sweetness to this decadent blend and they compliment the other ingredients in this tea like the coffee beans, cinnamon, and pu erh tea. Banana Bread Coffee Pu Erh This...

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hibiscus the heart healthy flower 🌺 Hibiscus has a naturally tart and lemony taste and symbolizes, happiness, sunshine, and good luck! It is also high in vitamin C and antioxidants. The flower has been used to promote hair growth, aid in weight loss, and in more recent studies, the flower has been proven to be incredibly healthy for your heart and blood. Read more on the health properties ⬇ science tells us Hibiscus has tremendous antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are what prevent or slow down damage to cells caused by free radicals. Studies have found that hibiscus tea may lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Human and animal studies have found that hibiscus extract may benefit liver health by increasing drug-detoxifying...

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jasmine flower heart healthy & digestion boosting. The flower of feminine power. In Greek mythology, jasmine is associated with Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty. The sweet scent of jasmine is known to alleviate stress and anxiety, and the flower is also an aphrodisiac! Did you know that jasmine produces most of its scent during the night? This is because they are night blooming flowers and the temperature at night is cooler and the air is stiller, which allows the scent molecules to become more concentrated. Read more on the health properties of jasmine ⬇ Science tell us: Jasmine polyphenols may help protect against heart disease by preventing bad cholesterol from oxidizing and potentially clogging your arteries. The potent antioxidants and...

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