Teas and Tisanes

Teas and Tisanes are a perfect way to jumpstart your journey to wellness by aiding in detoxification, digestive health and immune support. Here’s a list of our top seven teas and tisanes and their benefits. Try adding one to your morning routine or after meals and track the benefits!

 

Kombucha Tea-

Kombucha is known for its probiotic properties. Kombucha can be made easily at home, or bought in any grocery store. Kombucha can be flavored with fruits and flowers. Some may find the strong taste of traditional, sugar-based Kombucha to be off-putting. Try a honey-based Kombucha for a flavor upgrade!

 

Ginger Tea-

Ginger is an astringent food and when used as a tea, has wonderful gut-health benefits. Ginger is warming, spicy and is used as a diuretic to aid in eliminating toxins. Squeeze in some lemon for added flavor and benefits.

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Peppermint-

Peppermint has been used as a digestive for centuries, it stimulates the intestines and aids in metabolizing food. It can be used as a replacement for caffeine, as it is known to be invigorating.

 

Dandelion-

Dandelion makes a fantastic tisane that is antioxidant, detoxifies the liver, acts as a diuretic and may aid in weight loss.

 

Fennel-

Fennel aids in digestion, eases bloating and cramps. Fennel is an antimicrobial and antiviral, so it can help fortify against illness, especially in those cold winter months. Fennel has a gentle licorice taste and pairs well with honey. Fennel can also help relieve constipation.

 

Elderberry-

Elderberry is packed with antioxidants, fiber and vitamin C. Elderberry is a great immune boost when you feel a cold coming on.

 

Astragalus-

Astragalus tisane is anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and immune boosting.

Astragalus is used to treat cold symptoms, allergies, chronic fatigue, heart disease, kidney disease and more.

Teas and Tisanes are generally known to be safe, but please check with your doctor or certified herbalist before beginning a new regimen, especially if you have an existing health condition, are pregnant or breast-feeding.

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