The Grateful Tea Info-Gram #3

The Grateful Tea Info-Gram #3

Welcome to the final installation of learning about our Tea-tox ingredients! We’ve covered most of the other ingredients in the first two newsletters, which you can read right here { part 1}, and {part 2}. We’ll be finishing this off with Dandelion Root, and Peppermint leaves!

Dandelion Root is another excellent example of a plant that’s long been used in traditional treatments for hundreds of years, which makes it difficult to doubt its effectiveness as a healthy root. Like the Burdock plant from the last post (also in this Tea-tox! See Part 1 for more details), this is also a diuretic which is enormously helpful in treating bloating, blood pressure, and detoxing your body. And like Milk Thistle (also discussed in Part 1), it also contains inulin which helps work in conjunction with insulin for diabetics, or general blood sugar regulation. This is truly a wonder plant and can get at the ‘root’ of many problems!

And the final ingredient to this long list of highly beneficial plants, is Peppermint Leaves! Peppermint has long been used to aid digestion post-meals, to sweeten desserts (and breath!), and as a part of aromatherapy! This triple threat tastes, smells, and looks good as a garnish. And on top of this, it has lots of benefits. Peppermint is high in Vitamin A, which is great for your eyes, in addition to being loaded with antioxidants which help with inflammation, and various cancers. Peppermint has been used to treat headaches, help with mental clarity, and help improve gut health and digestion!

To end with, here’s a full list of the ingredients: Burdock, Milk Thistle, Green Rooibos Tea, Peppermint, Lemon Balm, and Cinnamon. This tea is really loaded with excellent antioxidants, and great herbs! With Peppermint, Lemon Balm and Cinnamon to lend their flavors, this is sure to provide the taste-tea-est Tea-tox you’ve ever had!

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