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Teas and Herbal Health

Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times

White Teas

White teas are mostly grown and produced in China’s Fujian province and are the least processed. The tea leaves are plucked in the early spring then simply withered, heat dried, sorted and heated again. It does not go through any form of steaming or long oxidation like other teas. White tea does not have the loud flavor of black or oolong tea, nor does it contain the deeply vegetal notes of green tea. They call for water around 175°-185° and are perfect any time of day.

White Peppermint Tea

White tea comes from the same plant as green, oolong, and black teas. Derived from the young tea plant buds, giving it light color, sweet flavor and plenty of antioxidants. Mixed with peppermint, spearmint and a touch of stevia make this cup of tea simply divine and a festive treat.

Ingredients: White tea, peppermint, spearmint and stevia.

White Bamboo Tea

A blend of fine white tea with bamboo leaf for a collagen-boosting cup. White tea contains naturally high amounts of antioxidant polyphenols, which can strengthen both collagen and elastin in the skin, lending a smoother, more youthful appearance. It’s a rich source of antioxidants that fight free radicals that can cause skin damage, as well as protecting the skin and strengthen your bones. Bamboo tea replenishes your silica levels that will support collagen production in your body, this benefits skin health as well as improves bone health and strengthens the hair and nails.
Ingredients: White tea, blueberry, bamboo leaf, rosehip, lemon peel, tangerine peel, and natural flavor.

White Merry Berry Tea

White tea and hibiscus are blended together to create this simple but magnificent herbal tea. Merging the delicate flavor of white tea with the sweet-tart flavor of hibiscus to create an impressive tonic for overall body health. White tea yields an incredible light taste that is naturally sweet with inherent fruity notes. Coupled with the vibrant color and fruity tart taste of hibiscus for a big vitamin C immunity boost and healthy heart support.

Ingredients: White tea, hibiscus, peppermint, rose hips, safflower, stevia and fruit flavoring.

Shaolin Training Tea

Power up you're training with this tasty blend! This energizing white tea is blended with great training herbs like eleuthero root (American ginseng), astragulus root, ashwagandha, gotu kola as well as yerba mate for a stimulating kick! The roasted mate aids in metabolizing sugars, cholesterol and other toxins from the blood. The rosehips, safflower, hibiscus and fruit flavoring add to the smoothness and taste, making this tea not only good for you but great tasting as well!

Ingredients: White tea, eleuthero root, yerba mate, papaya, licorice root, astragalus, ashwagandha, gotu kola, rosehips, safflower, hibiscus and fruit flavoring.