A Dose of PositiviTEA — Blending Ingredients RSS


Golden Milk Supports immunity & reduces risk of disease A decadent wellness booster. We call our Golden Milk a superfood blend because it is made with ingredients that pack a powerful punch of medicinal benefits! Don't let its creamy, rich and subtly spicy flavor fool you. 😉 Originating in India, this ancient recipe has been a favorite cure-all remedy for thousands of years. The drink has a history of being used to aid many ailments, including colds, coughs, headaches, inflammation and restlessness. READ MORE ON THE HEALTH PROPERTIES OF EACH INGREDIENT IN SUPERFOOD GOLDEN MILK ⬇ Turmeric: contains curcumin, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Ground black pepper: contains piperine, which is a natural substance that enhances the absorption of curcumin by...

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S T R A W B E R R Y a symbol of motherhood & abundance 🍓 🍓 🍓 In many cultures across the world, strawberries are associated with motherhood, fertility, and abundance. Strawberries are among the first plant to produce fruit after winter in the areas where they are native, signifying rebirth and a new start. The “seeds" you see on the outside of a strawberry are actually the plant's ovaries! Each “seed" is technically a separate fruit that has a seed inside of it. Strawberries are also recognized for their rich vitamin c and folic acid levels, which are great for promoting a healthy pregnancy. SCIENCE TELLS US Strawberries are a good source of vitamin C, manganese, folate (vitamin B9), and...

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 cinnamon ☀️ warming ∙ sweet ∙ woody ☀️ The cinnamon tree is an Asian evergreen member that has brown, papery bark, and leathery leaves. To harvest cinnamon, the branches of the tree are cut off and the outer bark is peeled off, revealing an inner bark (the cinnamon) which curls into a quill as it dries. Cinnamon has a long and rich history and was written about in Chinese books on healing more than 4,000 years ago! Cinnamon traditionally was used to provide relief when suffering from the cold or flu, especially when mixed in tea! Fun fact: Cinnamon doesn’t have a sweet taste but does amplify the sweetness in other ingredients! Vietnamese Cinnamon Use this decadent and rich cinnamon in baking,...

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Blue Cornflower Supports the liver. Eases digestion. Reduces inflammation. Blue cornflower, or centaurea cyanus, was named after Chiron, a famous centaur in Greek mythology. Chiron was a healer and teacher to the heroes of ancient Greece. He taught the medicinal uses of herbs and it is said that Chiron used cornflower to heal a poison arrow wound. Cornflower grows spontaneously wherever it can and is typically a vibrant blue color, but can be other colors such as pink, purple, or white. Check out these blue cornflower teas: Wild Strawberry Mango Paradise Dulce Sueños THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF CORNFLOWER: Cornflower possesses digestive and diuretic properties, making it a natural remedy for digestive upset or constipation. Its soothing qualities can help relieve tissue and...

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L A V E N D E R 🌿 calming & soothing 🌿 Lavender originates in the Mediterranean and after its discovery, it spread to many cultures and countries. It was highly regarded for its distinct aroma and its natural healing properties. The Romans used lavender to scent their baths and hair, while Egyptians used it for embalming. Ancient Romans recognized lavender for its healing and antiseptic qualities, and the French used it as a protection against infection in the 16th century. Lavender oil was even used to dress war wounds during the World War I when medical antiseptics were in short supply! In modern times, we celebrate and use lavender for its instant calming and soothing properties to help promote...

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