A Dose of PositiviTEA — Green Teas RSS


MANGO PARADISE I N G R E D I E N T S Sencha green tea with mango, coconut, blue cornflowers, and natural flavors. T A S T I N G  N O T E S Mango Paradise is reminiscent of a beach vacation - it is vibrant, juicy, and delightfully sweet.   B R E W   T I P S Green teas are delicate and are best steeped in water that is steaming, but not boiling. Prepare with a spoonful of Mesquite Honey to accentuate the fruit notes in this blend.  Serve over ice  MORE ABOUT THIS BLEND Green tea is rich in polyphenols, antioxidants that help reduce risk of chronic disease, diminish the effects of aging, and elevate...

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Rich in antioxidants and vitamins A, C, and B.   Drink this blend to… boost cognitive function and improve your mood support immune function and reduce inflammation promote healthy digestion and metabolism  Why did we choose this blend for our tea of the month? Sencha with Lemongrass is cool and tangy - just what we crave on a hot summer's day. It is fresh with subtle floral and earthy undertones. This blend hydrates, calms, and cools so we can get into a summertime state of mind and feel mellow and light.

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Sencha Green & Lemongrass Serve hot or iced and unsweetened.  The combination reminds us of being at brunch with friends somewhere charming and airy - like a farm to table patio restaurant! It is so easy to drink and makes a great companion for exercise. Our herbalist explained, "It is just so light and hydrating! If you're out on a bike ride or a hike, Sencha and Lemongrass is one you can chug because it is not too heavy and it is so refreshing!" Ginger Orchard Medley Serve iced with honey and fresh squeezed lime. This blend is a brand new creation from our herbalist and blending team and it is inspired by nature! The spiciness of ginger is mellowed...

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Schisandra Berries What are Schisandra Berries? Schisandra berries are the little red berries you might have noticed in our Strawberry Mojito Green Tea or Belizean Sorrel Guayusa. The Chinese word for this berry translates to "five flavor fruit" as they are believed to be sweet, sour, bitter, pungent, and salty. Schisandra berries aren't commonly consumed as food, but are valued for their adaptogenic properties. What is an adaptogen? Dive in👇 Adaptogens 🤓 According to time.com, adaptogens increase the body's ability to resist physical, chemical, and biological stressors. In other words, they help your body ADAPT to stressors and this resistance to stress does us a lot of good! Adaptogens have a normalizing effect on the body. They help improve the function of...

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June 2020 Hello June! And hello summertime! Are you busting out of your living area, craving some sunshine? I know I am - and I think that's a good thing since sunshine is now known for preventing the spread of Coronavirus - right? Now is such a perfect time to be outside enjoying the sunshine and fresh air! Temperatures are warming up, the sun is shining, bees are pollinating and the iced tea is SO refreshing! Continue reading to see what we're enjoying this month! Tea of the Month: Sencha Green & Lemongrass Sencha Green Tea is a delicate leaf does not like to be steeped in overly hot water, as it can quickly become astringent tasting. When prepared properly it is...

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