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Big Energy - Herbal Tea
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Energy is a currency so get your day started right. This fruity zesty blend of black tea, green tea, and yerba mate combined with real peach and bee pollen is sure to uplift your vibes.
The Blend: Now with peach and passion fruit extract
burdock root,calendula,chamomile,chickweed,dandelion root ,ginger root,green alfalfa ,ashwagandha ,black tea ,eleuthero(siberian ginseng ,ginger root, green tea,ginkgo biloba, guarana seed,guayusa,kola nut, licorice root, nettle leaf, safflower,elder flower, bee pollen, passion fruit and peach extract ,rosehip, yerba mate.
Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour 8 oz of water over 1-2 tablespoons over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Additional Details* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
PREGNANCY AND LACTATION: Do not use during pregnancy or lactation without the advice of a healthcare practitioner.
Herbs Used In Tea
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) root is a herb of the ages. It is the 'ginseng' of Ayurvedic medicine, the traditional medicine of India, and is considered an 'adaptogen', a term used to describe herbs that improve physical energy and athletic ability, increase immunity to colds and infections and increase sexual capacity and fertility.
Alfalfa(Medicago sativa)also called Lucerne, is naturally high in many essential vitamins and minerals, including A, D, E, K, and even the full family of B vitamins; biotin, calcium, folic acid, iron, magnesium, potassium and many others, as well as being very high in protein, especially when dried. It is "The king of all foods"!
Bladderwrack is a form of kelp that has been used medicinally for centuries. The main use of the herb has been for the stimulation of the thyroid gland as a treatment for obesity and cellulite. The high iodine content of the herb stimulates thyroid function which boosts metabolism.
Burdock Root is also known by many other names, most having to do with the characteristics of the seeds or traditional herbal uses; beggar's buttons, love leaves, clot-bur. Herbalists and others have long known that burdock is often used as a dietary aid to help cure different ailments such as sore throats, colds, blood purifiers, to combat hair loss and dandruff, to name a few. It also increases the flow of urine and is used as a tonic in mild doses and will increase sweating to remove toxins from the body.
Cats Claw is a vine commonly known as Una de Gato and is used traditionally in Peruvian medicine for the treatment of a wide range of health problems, particularly digestive complaints and arthritis and to treat wounds, stomach problems, cancer, and more. It has only recently caught the attention of western herbalists and researchers. Today, mainly by word of mouth, it has become one of the best-selling herbs in the USA.
chamomile actually refers to a range of different daisy-like plants, which are a member of the Asteraceae family. There are many different species of chamomile, the two most common being German chamomile (Matricaria recutita) and Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum Nobile). They have been used since ancient times for their calming and anti-inflammatory properties, and each offers their own additional health benefits.
Damiana leaves have been used as an aphrodisiac and to boost sexual potency by the native peoples of Mexico, including the Mayan Indians, and is used for both male and female sexual stimulation, increased energy, asthma, depression, impotence, and menstrual problems.
Dandelion as a medicine was first mentioned in the works of the Arabian physicians of the tenth and eleventh centuries, who speak of it as a sort of wild Endive, under the name of Taraxcacon. In this country, we find an allusion to it in the Welsh medicines of the thirteenth century. Dandelion was much valued as a medicine in the times of Gerard and Parkinson's and is still extensively employed.
Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale) is well known as a remedy for travel sickness, nausea, and indigestion and is used for wind, colic, irritable bowel, loss of appetite, chills, cold, flu, poor circulation, menstrual cramps, dyspepsia (bloating, heartburn, flatulence), indigestion and gastrointestinal problems such as gas and stomach cramps.
Green tea has been the focus of exciting new studies indicating its effectiveness in raising metabolism for weight loss and preventing and fighting cancer as well as other diseases with its super antioxidants. It has a long list of potential health benefits and is used to regulate blood sugar and blood pressure, boost the immune system, prevents ulcers, control inflammation, viral colds, and flu prevents gum disease, cavities, and bad breath. It also been indicated for lowering cholesterol, preventing heart disease, osteoporosis, and blood clots.
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