A Dose of PositiviTEA — Blending Ingredients RSS


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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peppermint cooling & calming Peppermint was cultivated as early as the 13th century and ancient Romans were some of the first connoisseurs. It was commonly used to flavor wines and food, and noblewomen were known to braid it into crowns to wear on their heads (highly recommend). Peppermint is beloved for it's invigorating flavor but it is also a medicinal powerhouse. It has a natural cooling effect, and has been used to soothe nausea, stomach aches and even insomnia for thousands of years. 💤 RESEARCH TELLS US: Peppermint has been shown to relax muscles in your digestive system and improve various digestive issues like upset stomach and nausea. Peppermint can reduce headaches and migraines (and even sooth hangover symptoms). Peppermint tea, which...

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Rooibos Tea caffeine free & naturally sweet Rooibos tea (roy-bows) translates to "red bush tea," and is a smooth and naturally honey flavored herbal tisane grown in the Cederberg Mountains of the Western Cape. Indigenous people have used the leaves to make herbal remedies for almost 300 years! Fun fact: Rooibos doesn't grow red on the bush, it is actually green, but turns red in an oxidation process, much like green and red chile! While red rooibos is more common, green rooibos is also wonderfully flavorful (it's in our Butterfly Garden and Prickly Pear Tea). Green rooibos has a more delicate, herbal flavor, and steeps into a light orange-yellow cup of tea. Read more on the health properties of rooibos tea ⬇ RESEARCH TELLS...

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strawberries a symbol of new starts & abundance 🌱 Strawberries remind us of the first days of spring and of new beginnings. 🌸 While we have about a month until spring makes its great debut, it's still exciting to start thinking about the quickly approaching season. Maybe it's time you brew up your first cup of iced tea for the season. 🤔 After all, strawberries are one of the first plants to produce fruit after the long winter. Strawberries are recognized for their rich vitamin c and folic acid contents, which are great for promoting a healthy skin and cell function. Here's what the science says: Strawberries are a good source of vitamin C, manganese, folate (vitamin B9), and potassium. Strawberries may decrease...

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