SERENITEA RELAXATION HERBAL TEA

Serenitea Relaxation Herbal Tea
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This blend of efficacious herbs is thought to help with relaxation, de-stressing and meditation. It has a soothing but uplifting character with the lemon myrtle and balm mint lending their natural lemon flavour to a rich infusion that carries notes of green tea and summer meadows from the moringa leaf and St. John’s wort. We add a hint of strawberry to suggest a sweet quality to the flavour.
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This blend of efficacious herbs is thought to help with relaxation, de-stressing and meditation. It has a soothing but uplifting character with the lemon myrtle and balm mint lending their natural lemon flavour to a rich infusion that carries notes of green tea and summer meadows from the moringa leaf and St. John’s wort. We add a hint of strawberry flavour to add a sweet note to the blend. Carefully preparing and savouring this delicious blend can enhance the practise of mindfulness and meditation, uplifting without stimulating due to the herbs being caffeine-free. Have you tried sweetening herbal tea with natural liquorice root or Stevia leaf? St. John’s Wort herbal tea is made from the finest quality grade of the Hypericum Perforatum plant’s leaves. This flowering herb sprouts yellow petalled clusters and loves to spread. It has traditionally been associated with elevating mood. The legendary Moringa tree originated in the foothills of the Himalayan mountain range. It has long been used in Indian medicine and is known as the 'magic tree'. These “magic leaves” taste fresh and mildly spicy with a pleasant sweet note, not dissimilar to Japanese green tea, Gyokuro. We buy from small plantations that produce top qualities that are harvested after the plant is more than 3 years old. The result can be seen in the crop’s bright green leaves as well as its unique taste. We have decided on a quality from Sri Lanka owing to the high demand and only restricted availability from sustainable cultivation. Moringa is full of nutrients, including 10% protein content, vitamins B6, C, B2, A, magnesium and iron. It also contains quercetin, a compound linked to lowering of blood pressure and chlorogenic acid, which is thought to help stabilise blood sugar. Its many alleged health properties are currently undergoing clinical trials. Meanwhile, it remains a delicious, caffeine-free alternative to green tea, particularly suited for bedtime drinking. This fresh, lemon tasting mint contains eugenol, believed to kill bacteria and has been shown to calm muscles and numb tissues. It also contains tannins that contribute to its antiviral effects, as well as terpenes that add to its soothing effect. It is also used as an anxiolytic, mild sedative or calming agent. At least one study has found it to be effective at reducing stress, although the study's authors call for further research. The leaves have a gentle lemon scent, related to mint. During summer, small white flowers full of nectar appear. Its flavour comes from citronella, geranial, linalyl acetate and caryophyllene. Lemon Myrtle tea is made from the leaves of a wild tree that grows naturally in the Australian coastal regions. While the tree’s flowers and fruits can both be eaten, it is the leaves that have gained a reputation for having the most uses and health benefits. The leaves of lemon myrtle are rich in essential oil, most of which is made up of terpenoid aldehyde family such as citral. Citral, the same compound found in lemons is used medicinally in a number of ways. Interestingly, there is more lemon flavour in myrtle than lemons! It is this ingredient that gives lemon myrtle many of its alleged health benefits. You only have to smell it to feel better! It is in short supply due to high demand both as a tea and for extracting its essential oils. It is delicious drunk on its own but works well added to any other tea or herb by giving its delightful, sweet, fragrant character to a blend. OTHER INGREDIENTS: Lemon verbena, rose petals, cornflowers. Have you tried sweetening herbal tea with natural liquorice root or Stevia leaf?

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Leaf GradeHerbal Leaf & Flowers
Strength 
Use Milk?No
Brew Time5-10 mins
Water Temperature100⁰c
Number of Infusions1-2