What makes it great
- Green tea - a natural flush for your system, antioxidant-rich green tea will not only help your body increase the production of detoxification properties . Whilst also boosting your immune system while protecting your liver from the damaging effects of toxic substances such as alcohol.
- Alfalfa - alfalfa has been shown to help lower cholesterol, and may also have benefits for blood sugar control and relieving symptoms of menopause. People also take it for its high content of antioxidants, vitamins C and K, copper, folate and magnesium. Alfalfa is also extremely low in calories.
- Ginger root - studies show that ginger can reduce blood pressure and may be as effective as some typically used medications. Ginger tea is also traditionally used for stomach problems, most famously for preventing or stopping nausea. It may help with nausea due to chemotherapy or surgery. Using ginger to relieve morning sickness during pregnancy is controversial.
- Peppermint leaves - peppermint is a popular traditional remedy for a number of conditions. It is believed to have calming effects. It is used to treat flatulence, menstrual pains, diarrhea, nausea, depression-related anxiety, muscle and nerve pain, the common cold, indigestion, and IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome).
- Oat grass - oat grass has a relaxing and stimulating action that both nourishes and strengthens the nervous system and has been shown to be helpful for women’s health issues, arthritis, rheumatism, stress, depression, debility, exhaustion, nerve tremors, epilepsy, convalescence, palpitations, nervous headache, nervous stomach, nervous breakdown, cholesterol levels, herpes, and menopause symptoms.
- Black pepper - black pepper and its active compound piperine may have potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Laboratory studies suggest that black pepper may improve cholesterol levels, blood sugar control, and brain and gut health.
- Red pepper - all peppers are rich in vitamins A, C, and K, but red peppers are simply bursting with them. Antioxidant vitamins A and C help to prevent cell damage, cancer, and diseases related to aging, and they support immune function. Besides red pepper are rich in phytochemicals, peppers provide a decent amount of fiber.
- Burdock root - the burdook root has been a part of traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. It is believed to kill bad bacteria, purify or detoxify the blood of impurities, reduce inflammation that cause autoimmune diseases, treat skin issues such as acne and eczema, and possibly prevent cancer.
- Blueberry leaves - blueberry leaves are rich in antioxidants, which have a number of different health benefits, including lowering fat levels and potentially protecting against hepatitis C.
- Bay leaves - bay leaves are a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. They have been proven to be useful in the treatment of migraines. Bay Leaf contains enzymes that help to breakdown proteins and digest food faster, helping to calm indigestion.
- Elderflower - elderflower has been used in traditional medicine all over the world in many different cultures due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. The most common uses are for colds and flu, sinus infections, and other respiratory disturbances. As a supplement, elderflower also has diuretic and laxative properties and is helpful in relieving occasional constipation. Elderflower has antibacterial and antiviral properties and may also help alleviate some allergies and boost the functioning of the immune system. Topically, elderflower might help reduce pain and swelling in joints due to some forms of arthritis and is used to stop bleeding. Elderflower also reduces blood sugar levels, very similar to the way insulin works.
- Cordiceps extract - cordyceps is used to treat coughs, chronic bronchitis, respiratory disorders, kidney disorders, nighttime urination, anemia, irregular heartbeat, high cholesterol, liver disorders, dizziness, weakness, ringing in the ears, unwanted weight loss.
Ingredients: green tea 23%, alfalfa 13%, ginger root 13%, peppermint leaves 12%, oat grass 9%, black pepper 7%, red pepper 5%, burdock roots 5%, blueberry leaves 4%, bay leaves 4%, elderflower 3%, cordiceps extract 2%.
Preparation Instructions: Place 1 teabag of tea in a cup and fill with boiling water. 10-15 mins let the best qualities of tea unfold. It is recommended to drink unsweetened. Drink several times a day by letting the herbs take care of your well-being. Do not use in persons sensitive to tea ingredients. Store in a dry, well-ventilated place.