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GINGER: soothes nausea, boosts digestion & promotes metabolism Ginger is a beloved root known for its sharp, warm, and lemon-like flavor. It grows in the ground, like most roots do, and has big, flourishing leaves that pop out of the ground! Ginger was and still is an herb that is widely used in China and has been commended for its ability to improve digestion. In India, ginger has been valued as an ingredient in meat dishes since 4 BCE. It is also mentioned in the Karma Sutra that it acts as a wonderful aphrodisiac. SCIENCE TELLS US: Ginger is high in gingerol, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Just 1–1.5 grams of ginger can help prevent various types...

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Tea Club Members get 15% off in store and online all the time. Here are the blends we included in the shipment: ☀️ ⛱ 💦 Enchanted Lavender Earl Grey & Vanilla Rooibos This blend takes a spin on a classic afternoon tea, often served at tea parties! Earl Grey just became even more lovable, as lavender flowers, orange peels, and vanilla add a bold citrus-floral element to this timeless and tasteful tea. This blend protects the heart, reduces inflammation, and soothes anxiety. Lemongrass & Chamomile This light and sunshiney herbal blend soothes the mind and body, as both of the ingredients used in this blend are found in many gardens! Chamomile is comforting with earthy honey and apple notes, as lemongrass...

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cold brew tea simple. easy. very tasty. Have you ever tried cold brew tea? 🥶 There is some evidence that cold brew tea might offer even more benefits than regular hot tea and even iced tea! Sometimes your tea might have a bitter or astringent taste, and that can be due to a few things. Maybe you added too much tea, or steeped it too long ,or used water that was too hot. If you struggle with creating the perfect flavor of tea, you might try making cold brew! First, you need a pitcher. Making cold brew is easy! Just add 5-7 tablespoons of tea to the infuser in the pitcher, fill the pitcher all the way up with room temperature...

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🌿 Yerba Maté 🌿 The health drink of the summer. Need an energy boost? Yerba Maté is a shrub from South America and is stimulating for the body and mind. It provides nutrients to the brain and contains pantothenic acid, which stimulates metabolism and helps the body convert food into energy. Pantothenic acid also regulates hormone production and stimulates the adrenal system! Yerba Maté tastes earthy, grassy and bright. Because of its delicate nature, Yerba Maté can't be steeped in boiling water because it can actually burn the leaves which results in a bitter or ashy taste. READ MORE ON HOW TO BREW YERBA MATÉ THIS SUMMER ⬇︎ Add 1-2 teaspoons of tea in 8 oz of hot water for 3-5 minutes....

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iced matcha latte with vanilla bean and wildflower honey 🍵 🍵 🍵 Tea lattes are one of the best and easiest ways to utilize your loose leaf tea, especially your matcha! This super easy latte recipe is made with our Japanese Matcha, Wildflower Honey, and our Mexican Vanilla Bean Extract. You'll love it because it is creamy, sweet and dessert-like, yet super easy and quick to make! Drink for a boost in the afternoon or to kick-start a productive morning! This tea latte is also good for your brain health, thanks to the matcha, which stimulates brain waves that simultaneously energize, calm and focus the mind. HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED FROM US TO GET STARTED ⬇⬇⬇ Matcha Wildflower Honey Mexican Vanilla Bean Extract INGREDIENTS (makes 1...

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