Relax tea is a blend that banishes stress with a burst of citrus, soothing florals, and invigorating herbs.
A Peek of Pale Springtime in a Cup
When you need a break to relax and reflect in the middle of the day, our Relax Tea is the perfect way to press pause on outside pressures. A burst of aromatic citrus from the orange peel invigorates without the jitters or nerves of caffeine. The scents of rosehip, chamomile, and hibiscus bring to mind a budding meadow in the middle of spring. And lemongrass and peppermint add just the right amount of sharpness.
Our premium Relax Tea is prepared and flavored using a few simple ingredients to deliver a cup of delicious tea that heals and soothes:
- Organic orange peel
- Organic rosehips
- Organic chamomile
- Organic lemongrass
- Organic peppermint
- Organic hibiscus
- Natural flavoring
- Organic flavoring
- Heat fresh, filtered water to a boil at 212°F (100°C).
- Add 2 grams (1 teaspoon) of tea to a diffuser.
- Place the diffuser in a cup or mug.
- Pour the hot water into the mug, completely submerging the diffuser.
- Steep for 5-7 minutes, depending on how strong you like your tea.
- Remove the diffuser from the cup.
- If desired, add milk, cream, sugar, or honey to taste.
- Let cool to your liking, sip, and enjoy!
Soothes Menstrual Discomfort
Menstrual pain can be as stressful as it is uncomfortable. It’s hard to relax with nagging aches and cramping. When consumed regularly, soothing chamomile has been found to reduce menstrual cramping, anxiety, and premenstrual stress over time.
Peppermint is also a natural muscle relaxant. Studies have found that peppermint extract is as effective as NSAID pain relievers in reducing pain duration and intensity. Peppermint tea, which contains many of the same compounds, can have the same properties. A cup of warm peppermint tea can be a soothing, natural part of your period pain relief routine.
Promotes Healthy Digestion
Lemongrass tea has long been used as a remedy for upset stomachs and other digestive problems. Research even indicates lemongrass may even help prevent gastric ulcers by protecting the stomach lining.
Lemongrass contains a potent blend of antioxidants, including chlorogenic acid, swertiajaponin, and isoorientin. A diet rich in antioxidants protects the body and helps your coronary arteries function properly.
Rosehip tea is also rich in polyphenols, carotenoids, and vitamins C and E – all powerful antioxidants that prevent oxidative stress.
Supports the Immune System
Rosehips have a higher concentration of vitamin C than almost any other fruit or vegetable. This high vitamin C content is crucial for protecting the body against infection, amplifying lymphocyte (white blood cell) function, and maintaining your skin’s natural protective barrier.
May Help Lower Blood Pressure
High blood pressure puts extra strain on the heart and has been associated with an increased risk of developing heart disease. Several studies have linked hibiscus tea to reduced blood pressure, indicating that it may help lower both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.