Hibiscus

$13

As a flower representing delicate beauty, unity, and peace, it’s tropical ancestry brings with it a naturally sweet and sour flavor for tart tastebuds.

Hibiscus Tea has been traditionally used for the following

• Anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial properties

• Hibiscus protocatechuic acid contains anti-tumor, antioxidant properties

• Lowers bad cholesterol 

Lowers blood pressure

• Protects liver

• Good source of anthocyanins (beneficial for managing elevated blood pressure levels) 

• Regulates blood sugar

• Boosts metabolism

• Good supply of minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc

• Vitamins like niacin and folate that help improve overall health

• Lowers absorption of starch and glucose to aid in weight loss

• Rich in absorbic acid (vitamin C)

Origin – Thessaloniki, Greece

 

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What is the shelf life for dried herbs?

Due to the drying process our herbs have a shelf life of 18 months after being opened. 

What is the shelf life for dried superfoods?

Due to the higher moisture content of superfoods, our dried superfoods have a shelf life of 12 months after being opened.

How do I make Loose Leaf Tea?

Add loose leaves to a pot of simmering water on a low flame for 5-7 minutes or more depending on the strength you want, then strain. You can also use a Tea Infuser for single servings 

What are long infusions?

A more gentle way of extraction, long infusions are a great way to enjoy the full nutritional benefits of herbal tea. Add loose leaves to a jar of water overnight in the fridge or at room temperature and wake up to a long infused nutrient dense herbal tea. 

Can I add Superfoods to my Tea?

Absolutely. You can also add superfoods to your favorite yogurt, granola, or oatmeal with a drizzle of honey. 

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