A Dose of PositiviTEA — Blending Ingredients RSS


✨ MANGO ✨ promotes digestion & supports heart health Mangos originated in India over 4,000 years ago and are considered a sacred fruit. They spread gradually throughout Asia and then to the rest of the world, but because of the mango's large center seed, the fruit relied on humans to transport them! Mangos are known as the king of fruits and in many cultures, they are also known as the fruit of gods. They symbolize happiness, love, wealth, and versatility. SCIENCE TELLS US: Mango is low in calories yet high in nutrients — particularly vitamin C, which aids immunity, iron absorption, and cell growth and repair. Mango has over a dozen different types of polyphenols, including mangiferin, which is especially powerful....

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say hello to butterfly garden + methods for the best brew Magical Color Changing Tea. 💜 💙 💜 💙 You asked, we delivered! This brand new blend has a delightfully citrus and floral flavor! When first brewed, this blend is an enchantingly vibrant blue, but turns sunset pink as soon as citrus is added to it! This tea is not only a visual delight, it is also packed with antioxidants and vitamin c, and is our ChariTEA – so 20% of the sales of this tea will be set aside to brighten the lives of others in need. We hope it brightens your day too! The ingredients in this blend can improve eyesight, increase skin and hair health, and boost immunity....

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BUTTERFLY PEA FLOWER promotes good eyesight & healthy for your skin Also known by its scientific name, Clitoria ternatea, the butterfly pea is a plant native to Asia. It is commonly enjoyed in countries such as Thailand and Taiwan, where it is mixed with honey and lemon. You may recognize it by its striking, vibrant blue flowers! Butterfly pea flower has been used throughout centuries for food and drinks because of the health benefits it provides. When the acidity of the pea flower tea changes, the color changes as well. Just add lime or lemon to your tea and watch the magic happen. ✨ SCIENCE TELLS US: According to a 2021 study, butterfly pea extract may increase your skin hydration by 70%...

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chamomile Anxiety Soothing & Digestion Boosting The plant's physician. In olden days, chamomile was known as the plant's physician because people thought that by placing chamomile next to a sickly plant, 90% of the time the plant would recover! Chamomile rightly gets the nickname because it has been used for thousands of years to treat everything from loss of appetite to irregular periods to bronchitis. Today we regard chamomile for its calming abilities to soothe anxiety and tension and it makes for a great bedtime tea. SCIENCE TELLS US Chamomile tea may protect against diarrhea, stomach ulcers, nausea and gas, likely due to its anti-inflammatory effects. Chamomile contains antioxidants that may promote sleepiness, and drinking chamomile tea has been shown to improve...

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Calendula Flower Wound Healing & Immune Boosting A splash of sunshine. This little flower has a very close connection with the sun. The flower of this plant tends to follow the sunlight during the day and could very often be found near the temples of a god who represented the sun. Many cultures all over the world have used calendula for its healing properties. Ancient Egyptians used it to rejuvenate their skin and the Greeks and Romans used it as a culinary garnish. In ancient as well as modern India, calendula is often strung into garlands for weddings and religious rituals. SCIENCE TELLS US Calendula contains numerous compounds that may fight oxidative stress and inflammation in your body. Calendula promotes skin...

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