Why The World Needs More Tea
If you’ve been following along on Insta lately, you’ve heard by now that I have a new line of wellness teas hitting the shelves soon.
If you HAVEN’T been following along, well… now you know anyway!
Tea has been a big part of my life ever since I started my health and wellness journey for a few reasons. First, drinking tea is an easy way to stay hydrated if you’re the kind of person who gets bored with drinking water. It’s also flavorful enough that I find it can combat any cravings I might have for sweeter, less healthy drinks.
But something else that I love about tea is how steeped in history tea is.
Get it? I couldn’t help myself. 😂
The American Revolution might be the most apparent event you think of if you’re in the US. But tea has been an incredibly important part of MANY cultures worldwide for hundreds and sometimes thousands of years. Tea is one thing that we can all relate to and enjoy together regardless of where we live or what language we speak.
So when I started putting together MY line of teas, I wanted to make sure that they reflected this kind of global thinking. Many of my travels influenced the different blends of teas that I have coming out—so no matter which blends you go for, I hope that they “transport” you and inspire you to cultivate a bigger perspective on life.
On a more practical level, I made sure that the initial release of blends does many things that people typically reach out to tea to get.
Stress relief is probably the number one reason a lot of people drink tea. How many times have you seen it happen in a movie or on a show where the panic-stricken or super agitated character takes a sip from a hot cup of tea and calms down? Most teas that reduce stress prominently feature peppermint as a primary ingredient. Mine has some bonus ingredients to dial up the flavor and even give the body an antioxidant boost!
Being well-rested has a HUGE impact on our well-being, so the second reason most people reach for a cup of tea is helping them rest and recover. Lemon balm is a popular ingredient for tea designed to promote ease and recovery. Mine includes hand-sifted chamomile blossoms and a few other elements you’ll have to wait to see. 😉
TEA BOOSTS IMMUNITY
Another popular reason to drink tea is to boost your immunity! We usually think of green tea as the immunity-booster if we’re feeling under the weather, but I’ve picked up a few tricks from my travels, and I’ve come up with something a bit different. I promise you’re going to love it—it’s packed with flavor and its caffeine-free, so you don’t have to worry about it keeping you up at night.
TEA PROVIDES ENERGY AND FOCUS
Speaking of caffeine, the fourth most common reason to drink tea is to find some energy and focus. I even go so far as to advocate for swapping coffee with tea—it can wake you up just as effectively. And instead of dehydrating you, it gives your body a boost of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants!
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