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Teas and Herbal Health

Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times

Green Teas

It’s important to know that green teas require much lower brewing temperatures than black and oolong teas. If your green tea comes out too bitter, chances are you used water that was too hot and have burned the leaves. The temperature should be around 185 degrees. Boiling water should sit for at least two minutes before used for green tea.

Flex Nut Tea

With Chinese Sencha as its base, a green tea with slender leaves that produces a yellow cup and a naturally sweet flavor along with a blend of herbs to help reduce inflammation and allow joints, ligaments and muscles to stretch more fully. Spasm relieving herbs smooth tension and keep muscle, tendon, and ligaments relaxed during exercise, aiding in increasing limberness and flexibility. Flex Nut, with a nutty tasting herbal combination of ginger, peony, white willow, horsetail, cat claw, and yucca will help muscles and ligaments recover from rigorous training. Adding orange peel, lemon grass, licorice root, cornflower petals and pineapple pieces not only help keep inflammation at bay, but gives this formula an exotic, smooth and delicious taste.

Ingredients: Green tea, ginger, orange peel, lemon grass, licorice root, white willow, horsetail, cat claw, yucca, cornflower petals and pineapple pieces.

Green Apple Crisp Tea

This mouth-watering green tea blended with apple cinnamon and silky red rooibos, is a tea high in antioxidants and beneficial alpha hydroxy acids. Real apple pieces, calendula petals, and a dash of cinnamon creates a tea that is warming and festive. A touch of cane sugar sweetens an already very inviting cup!

Ingredients: Green tea, cinnamon, apple fruit pieces, calendula, stevia, rooibos and fruit flavoring.

Jasmine Almond Tea

This green tea presents with a heavenly aroma and blends jasmine and almond in harmony along with a slight note of orange. Wuyuan County, which is referred to as a portion of the "Green Tea Golden Triangle," since its altitude and climate are ideal for green tea cultivation makes for a perfect origin for such a lovely tea.


Ingredients: Jasmine tea, orange peel and natural almond flavor

Lemongrass Ginseng

Inspired by the hot climate comes the Lemongrass Ginseng tea, a unique blend infused with green tea, lemongrass and ginseng to heal and nourish the body. Green tea may help lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, and increase metabolism. Lemongrass has traditionally been used as a pain reliever and fever reducer as well as an immunity booster. It also has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Ginseng is considered an adaptogen. Adaptogens are a class of substances that are believed to stimulate the body's resistance to physical, environmental, and emotional stressors.

Ingredients: Green tea, lemongrass, and ginseng.