The Science Behind the Magic

Purple Tea

Blueberry Lavender Moon

Lavender

The scent of lavender has been shown to improve mood and calm the mind

One study in 80 new mothers found that those who drank 1 cup of lavender tea each day while taking time to appreciate the aroma reported less fatigue and depression, compared to those who did not smell and drink the tea

Licorice

The primary active ingredient in licorice is a plant compound called glycyrrhizin, which is responsible for its sweet taste, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties

Butterfly Pea Flower

Rich in anthocyanins, the antioxidant compound that makes it blue

Reduces inflammation

Its high levels of antioxidants may be responsible for hair, and skin health

May aid in weight release

May aid in weight release

Matcha Collection

Matcha

By one estimate, the catechins in matcha are up to 137x greater than other types of green teas

Drinking matcha tea can increase antioxidant intake

Research shows that matcha causes improved attention, memory and cognitive functions

L-theanine changes the effects of caffeine in the body, and helps to avoid the crash associated with it

Contains L-theanine, which has been shown to increase the alpha wave activity in the brain, which in turn can decrease stress levels

Green Tea

Almond Matcha

Green Tea

Green Tea contains the catechin EGCG, which is the main source of its beneficial properties

Can improve heart health

Boosts metabolism

Can aid liver health

Goddess Green

Green Tea

Green tea contains the catechin EGCG, which is the main source of its beneficial properties

Can improve heart health

Boosts metabolism

Can aid liver health

Lemongrass

It's antimicrobial properties may help treat oral infections and cavities

Relieves digestive discomfort and promotes healthy digestion

Cooling on the system

Symbeeosis

Green Tea

Green tea contains the catechin EGCG, which is the main source of its beneficial properties

Can improve heart health

Boosts metabolism

Can aid liver health

Echinacea

A number of studies have found echinacea can help immunity

Contains antioxidants like flavonoids, cichoric acid, and rosmarinic acid

Can reduce feelings of anxiety

Lavender

The scent of lavender has been shown to improve mood and calm the mind

One study in 80 new mothers found that those who drank 1 cup of lavender tea each day while taking time to appreciate the aroma reported less fatigue and depression, compared to those who did not smell and drink the tea.

Elderberry

High in the antioxidants known as anthocyanins

Butterfly Pea Flower

Rich in anthocyanins, the antioxidant compound that makes it blue

Reduces inflammation

Its high levels of antioxidants may be responsible for hair, and skin health

May aid in weight release

May increase skin hydration

Quintessence

Green Tea

Green tea contains the catechin EGCG, which is the main source of its beneficial properties

Can improve heart health

Boosts metabolism

Can aid liver health

Lemongrass

It's antimicrobial properties may help treat oral infections and cavities

Relieves digestive discomfort and promotes healthy digestion

Cooling on the system

Cinnamon

High in antioxidants

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Reduces “bad cholesterol” levels

Lowers blood glucose levels

Anti-fungal

Anti-bacterial

Ginger

Has traditionally been used to treat nausea and indigestion

Has been used for centuries for pain relief for sore muscles and joints

Quintessence

Green Tea

Green tea contains the catechin EGCG, which is the main source of its beneficial properties

Can improve heart health

Boosts Metabolism

Pineapple

Rich in vitamin C, which supports the immune system

Contains manganese, a mineral that helps maintain a healthy metabolism

High antioxidant levels, which helps to eliminate free radicals

Contains bromelain, an enzyme that helps the body break down proteins, and speeds recovery times

Ginger

Has traditionally been used to treat nausea and indigestion

Has been used for centuries for pain relief for sore muscles and joints

Lemongrass

It's antimicrobial properties may help treat oral infections and cavities

Relieves digestive discomfort and promotes healthy digestion

Cooling on the system

Turmeric

Contains curcumin, a natural anti-inflammatory

Curcumin is also considered an antioxidant

Emerald Green Tea

Green Tea

Green tea contains the catechin EGCG, which is the main source of its beneficial properties

Can improve heart health

Boosts metabolism

Can aid liver health

Herbal Tea

Queen of the Harvest

Ashwagandha

Used for over 3000 years to relieve stress, increase energy, and improve concentration

Contains high levels of withanolides

Impedes the growth of cancer cells

Reduces stress and anxiety

May reduce symptoms of depression

Can boost testosterone and increase male fertility

Boosts immune system function

May increase cognitive functions

Cinnamon

High in antioxidants

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Reduces "bad cholesterol" levels

Lowers blood-glucose levels

Anti-fungal

Anti-bacterial

Ginger

Has traditionally been used to treat nausea and indigestion

Has been used for centuries for pain relief for sore muscles and joints

Rooibos

High in flavonoid antioxidants, including quercetin and aspalathin

Nutmeg

Contains powerful antioxidants

Contains the anti-inflammatory compounds sabinene, terpineol, and pinene

Honeybush

Caffeine-free & rich in polyphenol antioxidants

Queen of Joy

Hibiscus

Lowers blood pressure

Lowers blood fat levels

Promotes weight release

Helps to fight bacterial infections

Cinnamon

High in antioxidants

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Reduces "bad cholesterol" levels

Lowers blood-glucose levels

Anti-fungal

Anti-bacterial

Rose Hips

High in polyphenols

Can boost immune system function with it's levels of vitamin A, C, and E

Improves blood pressure

May aid in weight release

Almonds

High In polyphenols

Phytochemicals

Reduces oxidative stress in smokers

High in vitamin E, which may lower risk of alzheimers

High in magnesium, which helps control blood sugar

High in magnesium, which helps control blood pressure

Apple

Linked to lower risk of heart disease

Lowers risk of type 2 diabetes

Prebiotic effects in the gut

Supports bone health

May lower risk of Alzheimers

Queen of the South

Cinnamon

High in antioxidants

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Reduces "bad cholesterol" levels

Lowers blood-glucose levels

Anti-fungal

Anti-bacterial

Chicory

Relieves temporary constipation

High in inulin fiber, which may improve insulin sensitivity

Dandelion

Anti-inflammatory

Natural diuretic

May aid in weight release by improving carbohydrate metabolism

Contains inulin, which may relieve temporary constipation

Anti-microbial

Milk Thistle

High in sylmarin which may reduce fat in the liver

Neuroprotective

May prevent bone loss in postmenopausal women

May boost breast milk production

Decrease blood sugar levels

Ashwagandha

Used for over 3000 years to relieve stress, increase energy, and improve concentration

Contains high levels of withanolides

Impedes the growth of cancer cells

Reduces stress and anxiety

May reduce symptoms of depression

Can boost testosterone and increase male fertility

Boosts immune system function

May increase cognitive functions

Queen of the Tropics

Garcinia Cambogia

Contains the compound hydroxycitric acid, that is thought to inhibit the enzyme that stores body fat

Hydroxycitric acid can increase serotonin levels, which is an appetite suppressant

Zante Currants

High in polyphenols

Pineapple

Rich in vitamin C, which supports immune system

Contains manganese, a mineral that helps maintain a healthy metabolism

High antioxidant levels, which helps to eliminate free radicals

Contains bromelain, an enzyme that helps the body break down proteins, and speeds recovery times

Orange Peel

The essential oils in orange peels are composed of limonene, a chemical that is known for its anti-inflammatory effects

Contains flavonoids, which can help prevent some chronic diseases

Contains provitamin A, folate, vitamin B, calcium, and more

Rose Petals

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may help alleviate the side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Queen of Wellness

Raspberry Leaf

High levels of antioxidants

May relieve symptoms of PMS

Raspberry leaves contain fragarine, a plant compound that helps tighten pelvic muscles

Fragarine may also shorten labor in pregnant women

Lemon Balm

A 2004 study suggests that the use of lemon balm may relieve stress

Another study from 2010 suggests it may relieve digestive discomfort after meals

May reduce menstrual cramps

Chaste Berry

Can reduce symptoms of PMS such as irritability, headaches, and breast pain

May increase fertility due to its effect of prolactin in females

Anti-inflammatory properties

Antibacterial and antifungal effects

Rose Hips

High in polyphenols

Can boost immune system function with it's levels of vitamin A, C, and E

Improves blood pressure

May aid in weight release

Orange Peel

The essential oils in orange peels are composed of limonene, a chemical that is known for its anti-inflammatory effects

Contains flavonoids, which can help prevent some chronic diseases

Contains provitamin A, folate, vitamin B, calcium, and more

Butterfly Pea Flower

Rich in anthocyanins, the antioxidant compound that makes it blue

Reduces inflammation

Its high levels of antioxidants may be responsible for hair, and skin health

May aid in weight release

May increase skin hydration

Child's Pose

Tulsi (Holy Basil)

A Potent adaptogen that can decrease stress levels

Lavender

The scent of lavender has been shown to improve mood and calm the mind

One study in 80 new mothers found that those who drank 1 cup of lavender tea each day while taking time to appreciate the aroma reported less fatigue and depression, compared to those who did not smell and drink the tea

Roses

Rich in antioxidants, rose petals may aid in preventing heart disease

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may help alleviate side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Lucid Dreams

Tulsi (Holy Basil)

A potent adaptogen that can decrease stress levels

Turmeric

Contains curcumin, a natural anti-inflammatory

Curcumin is also considered an antioxidant

Ruby Moon

Hibiscus

Lowers blood pressure

Lowers blood fat levels

Promotes weight release

Helps to fight bacterial infections

Rose Hips

High in polyphenols

Can boost immune system function with it's levels of vitamin A, C, and E

Improves blood pressure

May aid in weight release

Elderberry

High in the antioxidants known as anthocyanins

Cranberries

Cranberries contain proanthocyanidins that aid against UTI's

The anthocyanins in cranberries can potentially lower blood pressure in women

Mantra Mint

Peppermint

May ease upset stomach

May help relieve headaches

Has been shown to aid in concentration

Ashwagandha

Used for over 3000 years to relieve stress, increase energy, and improve concentration

Contains high levels of withanolides

Impedes the growth of cancer cells

Reduces stress and anxiety

May reduce symptoms of depression

Can boost testosterone and increase male fertility

Boosts immune system function

May increase cognitive functions

Rose Petals

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may help alleviate the side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Moringa Moon

Moringa

Rich in antioxidants

Tissue protective

Known as the "Miracle Tree" due to its wide range of health benefits

Research shoes moringa powder may raise antioxidant levels for post menopausal women

May lower blood sugar levels

Contains potential anti-inflammatory properties

May lower cholesterol levels

Ginger

Has traditionally been used to treat nausea and indigestion

Has been used for centuries for pain relief for sore muscles and joints

Cinnamon

High in antioxidants

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Reduces "bad cholesterol" levels

Lowers blood-glucose Levels

Anti-fungal

Anti-bacterial

Nutmeg

Contains powerful antioxidants

Contains the anti-inflammatory compounds sabinene, terpineol, and pinene

Turmeric

Contains curcumin, a natural anti-inflammatory

Curcumin is also considered an antioxidant

Bliss

Tulsi (Holy Basil)

A Potent adaptogen that can decrease stress levels

Citrine Cleanse

Ginger

Has traditionally been used to treat nausea and indigestion

Has been used for centuries for pain relief for sore muscles and joints

Turmeric

Contains curcumin, a natural anti-inflammatory

Curcumin is also considered an antioxidant

Lemongrass

Its antimicrobial properties may help treat oral infections and cavities

Relieves digestive discomfort and promotes healthy digestion

Cooling on the system

Carrots

Vitamin C Can increase blood antioxidant levels by 30%, helping the body fight inflammation

Vitamin A in the form of beta-carotene has been linked to decreased risk of certain types of cancer

Fennel

The selenium can help cleanse toxins from the liver

Rise & Shine Rooibos

Rooibos

High in flavanoid antioxidants, including quercetin and aspalathin

Orange Peel

The essential oils in orange peels are composed of limonene, a chemical that is known for its anti-inflammatory effects

Contains flavonoids, which can help prevent some chronic diseases

Contains provitamin A, folate, vitamin B, calcium, and more

Ginger

Has traditionally been used to treat nausea and indigestion

Has been used for centuries for pain relief for sore muscles and joints

Chaga Mushroom

The selenium can help cleanse toxins from the liver

Moringa Moon

Cinnamon

High in antioxidants

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Reduces "bad cholesterol" levels

Lowers blood-glucose levels

Anti-fungal

Anti-bacterial

Chicory

Relieves temporary constipation

High in inulin fiber, which may improve insulin sensitivity

Dandelion

Anti-inflammatory

Natural diuretic

May aid in weight release by improving carbohydrate metabolism

Contains inulin, which may relieve temporary constipation

Anti-microbial

Burdock Root

The selenium can help cleanse toxins from the liver

Maca

Traditionally used to enhace fertility and sex drive

It contains vitamin C, copper and iron

May relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression

It may boost athletic performance

Is may also improve brain and cognitive function

Eleuthero Root

Can increase energy and reduce fatigue

May help manage symptoms of menopause

One study shows it may be beneficial for osteoporosis

Memory and immune system support

Oolong Teas

Renewal

Oolong

Contains L-Theanine, which has been shown to relax and improve cognitive functions

Can lower risk of developing type-2 diabetes

Can lower the risk of heart disease

May aid in weight release

May increase bone and teeth health and density

Roses

Rich in antioxidants, rose petals may aid in preventing heart disease

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammarory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may help alleviate the side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Goji Berries

May aid in stress reduction

Ti Quan Yin Oolong

Oolong

Contains L-theanine, which has been shown to relax and improve cognitive functions

Can lower risk of developing type-2 diabetes

Can lower the risk of heart disease

May aid in weight release

May increase bone and teeth health and density

GABA Oolong

GABA Oolong

Reduces stress

Oolong

Contains L-theanine, which has been shown to relax and improve cognitive functions

Can lower risk of developing type-2 diabetes

Can lower the risk of heart disease

May aid in weight release

May increase bone and teeth health and density

White Teas

Lotus Mind

White Tea

One study shows that white tea effectively reduces inflammation in skin

White tea is harvested from young tea leaves or buds covered in tiny white hairs giving it the name white tea

White tea is the least processed of all teas, involving 2 steps, withering and drying, which maintains its high levels of catechins and amino acids

Is neuroptoective against the free radican hydrogen peroxide

Effectively anti-inflammatory for skin

The polyphenols in white tea have been shown to aid in prevention of heart disease

The polyphenols are also shown to reduce "bad LDL" cholesterol

ECGC in white tea can aid in weight-release

Test tube studies show white te extract to stimulate fat breakdown

Great source of flouride, catechins, and tannins which which can help protect teeth

Gotu Kola

May improve cognitive functions

Research suggests it may ease insomnia

May reduce anxiety and stress

Raspberry Earl White

White Tea

One study shows that white tea effectively reduces inflammation in skin

White tea is harvested from young tea leaves or buds covered in tiny white hairs giving it the name white tea

White tea is the least processed of all teas, involving 2 steps, withering and drying, which maintains its high levels of catechins, and amino acids

Is neuroprotective against the free radical hydrogen peroxide

Effectively anti-inflammatory for skin

The polyphenols in white tea have been shown to aid in prevention of heart disease

The polyphenols are also shown to reduce "bad LDL" cholesterol

ECGC in white tea can aid in weight release

Test tube studies show white tea extract to stimulate fat breakdown

Great source of flouride, catechins, and tannins which can help protect teeth

Raspberries

High in antioxidants

Research suggests they may ease insomnia

Contains polyphenols like anthocyanins which are believed to be anti-inflammatory

Bergamot

Used in aromatherapy to soothe nerves, promote relaxation, and ease depression

Silver Moon

White Tea

One study shows that white tea effectively reduces inflammation in skin

White tea is harvested from young tea leaves or buds covered in tiny white hairs giving it the name white tea

White tea is the least processed of all teas, involving 2 steps, withering and drying, which maintains its high levels of catechins, and amino acids

Is neuroprotective against the free radican hydrogen peroxide

Effectively anti-inflammatory for skin

The polyphenols in white tea have been shown to aid in prevention of heart disease

The polyphenols are also shown to reduce "bad LDL" cholesterol

ECGC in white tea can aid in weight-release

Test tube studies show white tea extract to stimulate fat breakdown

Great source of flouride, catechins, and tannins which can help protect teeth

Harmonize

Roses

Rich in antioxidants, rose petals may aid in preventing heart disease

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may help alleviate the side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

White Tea

One study shows that white tea effectively reduces inflammation in skin

White tea is harvested from young tea leaves or buds covered in tiny white hairs giving it the name white tea

White tea is the least processed of all teas, involving 2 steps, withering and drying, which maintains its high levels of catechins, and amino acids

Is neuroprotective against the free radical hydrogen peroxide

Effectively anti-inflammatory for skin

The polyphenols in white tea have been shown to aid in prevention of heart disease

The polyphenols are also shown to reduce "bad LDL" cholesterol

ECGC in white tea can aid in weight-release

Test tube studies show white te extract to stimulate fat breakdown

Great source of flouride, catechins, and tannins which can help protect teeth

Bergamot

Used in aromatherapy to soothe nerves, promote relaxation, and ease depression

Jasmine Moon

White Tea

One study shows that white tea effectively reduces inflammation in skin

White tea is harvested from young tea leaves or buds covered in tiny white hairs giving it the name white tea

White tea is the least processed of all teas, involving 2 steps, withering and drying, which maintains its high levels of catechins, and amino acids

Is neuroprotective against the free radical hydrogen peroxide

Effectively anti-inflammatory for skin

The polyphenols in white tea have been shown to aid in prevention of heart disease

The polyphenols are also shown to reduce "bad LDL" cholesterol

ECGC in white tea can aid in weight-release

Test tube studies show white te extract to stimulate fat breakdown

Great source of flouride, catechins, and tannins which can help protect teeth

Orange Blossom Moon

White Tea

Loaded with polyphenols called catechins, white tea combats free radical damage

One study shows that white tea effectively reduces inflammation in skin

The polyphenols in white tea also help to prevent heart disease

Another study suggests that white tea may also helo to breakdown fat due to EGCG

Pineapple

Rich in vitamin C, which supports immune system

Contains manganese, a mineral that helps maintain a healthy metabolism

High antioxidant levels, which helps to eliminate free radicals

Contains bromelain, an enzyme that helps the body break down proteins, and speeds recovery times

Black Currants

Rich in vitamin C, which supports the immune system

Blueberry

Blueberries are thought to have some of the highest levels of antioxidants of all fruits and vegetables

They have been shown to increase antioxidant levels in the body

Persimmon Moon

Persimmon

Contains tannins, flavonoids, and carotenoids, which all combat oxidative stress

Studies suggest diets high in beta-carotene link to a lower risk of heart & metabolic disease

Persimmons also contain carotenoids, which have been found to be inflammation fighters

Rich in vitamin A, a supporter of healthy vision

MangO

Native to India, mangoes have been cultivated for over 4000 years

Mangoes contain catechins, anthocyanins, quercetin, amongst other antioxidants, which protect cells from free radical damage

The lutein and zeaxanthin in mangos supports healthy vision

Rich in vitamin C, which promotes collagen production

Apple

Linked to lower risk of heart disease

Lowers risk of type 2 diabetes

Prebiotic effects in the gut

Supports bone health

Butterfly Pea Flower

Rich in anthocyanins, the antioxidant compound that makes it blue

Reduces inflammation

Its high levels of antioxidants may be responsible for hair and skin health

May aid in weight release

May increase skin hydration

White Tea

Loaded with polyphenols called catechins, white tea combats free radical damage

One study shows that white tea effectively reduces inflammation in skin

The polyphenols in white tea also help to prevent heart disease

Another study suggests that white tea may also helo to breakdown fat due to EGCG

Honeysuckle Moon

White Tea

White tea is harvested from young tea leaves or buds covered in tiny white hairs giving it the name white tea

White tea is the least processed of all teas, involving 2 steps, withering and drying, which maintains its high levels of catechins and amino acids

Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle has been used in chinese medicine for centuries for its cooling effects and as a natural anti-inflammatory drink

Blackberry leaf

Rich in tannins, flavonoids, and phenolic acids

Butterfly Pea Flower

Rich in anthocyanins, the antioxidant compound that makes it blue

Reduces inflammation

Its high levels of antioxidants may be responsible for hair and skin health

May aid in weight release

May increase skin Hydration

Rose Petals

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may help with alleviating the side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Solstice Moon

White Tea

One study shows that white tea effectively reduces inflammation in skin

White Tea is harvested from young tea leaves or buds covered in tiny white hairs giving it the name white tea

White tea is the least processed of all teas, involving 2 steps, withering and drying, which maintains its high levels of catechins, and amino acids

Star Anise

Has been shown to be an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal

Ginger

Has traditionally been used to treat nausea and indigestion

Has been used for centuries for pain relief for sore muscles and joints

Orange Peel

The essential oils in orange peels are composed of limonene, a chemical that is known for its anti-inflammatory effects

Contains Flavanoids, which can help prevent some chronic diseases

Contains Provitamin A, folate, Vitamin B, Calcium, and more

Butterfly Pea Flower

Rich in Anthocyanins, the antioxidant compound that makes it blue!

Reduces inflammation

Its high levels of antioxidants may be responsible for hair, and skin health

May aid in weight release

May increase skin Hydration

Apple

Linked to lower risk of heart disease

Lowers risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Prebiotic Effects in the Gut

Supports Bone Health

Black Teas

Bohemian Breakfast

Puerh

Has been though to reduce weight, lower blood glucose levels, and aid in preventing heart disease

One study in 36 overweight people showed that consuming puerh consistently over a period of time improved BMI

The prebiotic nature of Puerh has been shown to aid in blood sugar control, which in turn helps with weight management

May boost liver health

May lower cholesterol levels

Black Currants

High in polyphenols

Coconut Chai

Puerh

Has been though to reduce weight, lower blood glucose levels, and aid in preventing heart disease

One study in 36 overweight people showed that consuming puerh consistently over a period of time improved BMI

The prebiotic nature of puerh has been shown to aid in blood sugar control, which in turn helps with weight management

May boost liver health

May lower cholesterol levels

Ceylon Black Tea

Rich in flavonoids

Black Pepper

High levels of antioxidants

May aid gut health

Studies suggest it has anti-inflammatory properties

Clove

Has been shown to contain anti-microbial properties

When used in conjunction with other herbs, it has been shown to improve oral hygeine and gum health

On animal study shows that clove may help to treat stomach ulcers

Ginger

Has traditionally been used to treat nausea and indigestion

Has been used for centuries for pain relief for sore muscles and joints

Cinnamon

High in antioxidants

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Reduces "bad cholesterol" Levels

Lowers blood-glucose levels

Anti-fungal

Anti-bacterial

Sin Eraser (Puerh Tea)

Puerh

Has been though to reduce weight, lower blood glucose levels, and aid in preventing heart disease

One study in 36 overweight people showed that consuming puerh consistently over a period of time improved BMI

The prebiotic nature of puerh has been shown to aid in blood sugar control, which in turn helps with weight management

May boost liver health

May lower cholesterol levels

Soulmate

Black Tea

One study showed that people who drank 3 cups of black tea per day had an 11% reduced risk of heart disease

Another study shows that drinking 5 cups of black tea per day reduced LDL levels by 11%

The polyphenols in black tea may improve gut health

Rose Petals

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may may help alleviate the side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Raspberries

High in antioxidants

Contain trace minerals

Contains polyphenols like anothocyanins which are believed to be anti-inflammatory

Gypsy Rose

Black Tea

One study showed that people who drank 3 cups of black tea per day had an 11% reduced risk of heart disease

Another study shows that drinking 5 cups of black tea per day reduced LDL levels by 11%

The polyphenols in black tea may improve gut health

Rose Petals

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may help alleviate the side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Raspberry Earl Grey

Black Tea

One study showed that people who drank 3 cups of black tea per day had an 11% reduced risk of heart disease

Another study shows that drinking 5 cups of black tea per day reduced LDL levels by 11%

The polyphenols in black tea may improve gut health

Rose Petals

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may help alleviate the side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Raspberries

High in antioxidants

Contain trace minerals

Contains polyphenols like anothocyanins which are believed to be anti-inflammatory

Bergamot

Used in aromatherapy to soothe nerves, promote relaxation, and ease depression

Epiphany

Puerh

Has been though to reduce weight, lower blood glucose levels, and aid in preventing heart disease

One study in 36 overweight people showed that consuming puerh consistently over a period of time improved BMI

The prebiotic nature of puerh has been shown to aid in blood sugar control, which in turn helps with weight management

May boost liver health

May lower cholesterol levels

Elderberry

High in the antioxidants known as anthocyanins.

Blue Cornflower

Has been shown to contain anti-inflammatory properties

Forgiveness

Puerh

Has been though to reduce weight, lower blood glucose levels, and aid in preventing heart disease

One study in 36 overweight people showed that consuming puerh consistently over a period of time improved BMI

The prebiotic nature of puerh has been shown to aid in blood sugar control, which in turn helps with weight management

May boost liver health

May lower cholesterol levels

Cinnamon

High in antioxidants

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Reduces "bad cholesterol" levels

Lowers blood-glucose levels

Anti-Fungal

Anti-Bacterial

Clove

Has been shown to contain anti-microbial properties

Has been shown to contain anti-microbial properties

On animal study shows that clove may help to treat stomach ulcers

Fennel

The selenium can help cleanse toxins from the liver

Black Pepper

High levels of antioxidants

May aid gut health

Studies suggest it has anti-inflammatory properties

Coconut

Contains medium chain fatty acids which the body uses directly to produce energy

Rose Petals

Rich in gallic acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may help alleviate the side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Rise & Shine Puerh

Puerh

Has been though to reduce weight, lower blood glucose levels, and aid in preventing heart disease

One study in 36 overweight people showed that consuming puerh consistently over a period of time improved BMI

The prebiotic nature of puerh has been shown to aid in blood sugar control, which in turn helps with weight management

May boost liver health

May lower cholesterol levels

Orange Peel

The essential oils in orange peels are composed of limonene, a chemical that is known for its anti-inflammatory effects

Contains flavonoids, which can help prevent some chronic diseases

Contains provitamin A, folate, vitamin B, calcium, and more

Ginger

Has traditionally been used to treat nausea and indigestion

Has been used for centuries for pain relief for sore muscles and joints

Chaga Mushroom

Loaded with antioxidants

Earl Greater Grey
/Vanilla Earl Grey

Bergamot

Used in aromatherapy to soothe nerves, promote relaxation, and ease depression

Black Tea

One study showed that people who drank 3 cups of black tea per day had an 11% reduced risk of heart disease

Another study shows that drinking 5 cups of black tea per day reduced LDL levels by 11%

The polyphenols in black tea may improve gut health

Joyous

Black Tea

One study showed that people who drank 3 cups of black tea per day had an 11% reduced risk of heart disease

Another study shows that drinking 5 cups of black tea per day reduced LDL levels by 11%

The polyphenols in black tea may improve gut health

Hibiscus

Lowers blood pressure

Lowers blood fat levels

Promotes weight release

Helps to fight bacterial infections

Rose Hips

High in polyphenols

Can boost immune system function with it's levels of vitamin A, C, and E

Improves blood pressure

May aid in weight release

Gemstone Teas

Garnet

Green Rooibos

Is not fermented, giving it more antioxidants than red rooibos

One study shows drinking 6 cups of rooibos a day decreases LDL cholesterol and increases HDL cholesterol

Test-tube studies note that the antioxidants in Rooibos tea (quercetin and asplathin) can kill cancer cells and prevent tumor growth.

Licorice

The primary active ingredient in Licorice is a plant compound called glycyrrhizin, which is responsible for its sweet taste, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties.

Hibiscus

Lowers Blood Pressure

Lowers Blood Fat Levels

Promotes Weight Release

Helps To Fight Bacterial Infections

Rose Petals

Rich in Gallic Acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Butterfly Pea Flower

Rich in Anthocyanins, the antioxidant compound that makes it blue!

Reduces inflammation

May increase skin Hydration

Its high levels of antioxidants may be responsible for hair and skin health.

May aid in weight release

Blackberry leaf

Rich in tannins, flavonoids, and phenolic acids

Amethyst

Orange Peel

The essential oils in orange peels are composed of limonene, a chemical known for its anti-inflammatory effects.

It contains Flavonoids, which can help prevent some chronic diseases

Has Provitamin A, Folate, Vitamin B, Calcium, and more

Apple

Linked to lower risk of heart disease

Reduces risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Prebiotic effects in the gut

Supports Bone Health

Butterfly Pea Flower

Rich in Anthocyanins, the antioxidant compound that makes it blue!

Reduces inflammation

May increase skin Hydration

Its high levels of antioxidants may be responsible for hair, and skin health.

May aid in weight release

Rose Petals

Rich in Gallic Acid, an antioxidant compound that is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic effects

Also rich in anthocyanins, which can aid in urinary tract health, eye health, and improved memory

One study suggests that rose tea may side effects of PMS

May aid in stress reduction

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Hibiscus

Lowers Blood Pressure

Lowers Blood Fat Levels

Promotes Weight Release

Helps To Fight Bacterial Infections

Lemon Peel

In one study, researchers identified four compounds in the lemon peel that have powerful antibacterial properties and effectively fight common oral disease-causing bacteria.

High in antioxidants, including D-limonene and Vitamin C

It has several antimicrobial and antifungal properties

Studies suggest that D-Limonene in Lemon Peel may help treat gallstones.

Gotu Kola

May improve cognitive functions- as shown in a study on mice

Research suggests it may ease insomnia

A review from 2016 suggests it may reduce anxiety and stress.

Lemongrass

Its antimicrobial properties may help treat oral infections and cavities

Relieves digestive discomfort and promotes healthy digestion

Cooling on the system

Strawberries

Strawberries are among the top sources of phenolic antioxidants, with up to 11x more than other fruits.

Several studies suggest that strawberries may help prevent cancer types through their ability to fight oxidative stress and inflammation.

Aquamarine Dream

Apple

Linked to lower risk of heart disease

Reduces risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Prebiotic effects in the gut

Supports Bone Health

Chamomile

It contains apigenin, an antioxidant that may promote sleepiness and reduce insomnia

Traditionally used to treat nausea

relieves symptoms of anxiety and depression

Ashwagandha

Used for over 3000 years to relieve stress, increase energy, and improve concentration

It contains high levels of withanolides

impedes the growth of cancer cells

Reduces stress and anxiety

May reduce symptoms of depression

Can boost testosterone and increase male fertility

Boosts immune system function

May increase cognitive functions

Blue Cornflower

Has been shown to contain anti-inflammatory properties

Pearl

Jasmine Pearl Green Tea

90% polyphenols in green tea (catechins and flavonols (myricetin, caempherol, quercetin, chlorogenic acid, coumarylquinic acid, and theogallin)

EGCG is the most prominent catechin in green tea

supports brain function with natural caffeine

Catechins in green tea aid in fat burning

Chamomile

anti-inflammatory,

anti-oxidants help combat obesity and aid the digestive system (apeginin, luteolin, quercetin)

Apeginin aids in restful sleep

aromatherapeutic benefit:

Holy Basil

potent adaptogen

calms anxiety

anti inflammatory, anti microbial, anti stress, antioxidants (glutathione)

protects from toxins in our environment

GEMINI

ORGANIC YIN ZHEN SILVER NEEDLE WHITE TEA

Reduces fine lines and wrinkles to keep skin young and healthy-looking

It improves digestion, especially when feeling cramps and nausea

Can promote weight loss by boosting metabolism and aiding digestion

Antioxidants found in this tea also encourage heart health and strength by lowering harmful cholesterol levels and strengthening blood vessels

PINNACLE-GRADE JASMINE YIN HAO GREEN TEA

Boosts brain function, including memory and focus

Supresses inflamation

It promotes a calming feeling

Rich in antioxidants, beneficial for immunity

ORGANIC ROSE PETALS

Studies show that rose petals can relax, helping to lower stress levels and encourage sleep.

According to a medical study on adolescents, Rose petals can help soothe cramps during menstruation.

Rose petals contain antimicrobial properties that can protect you against harmful bacteria.

Help reduce inflammation

ORGANIC WHITE MULBERRIES

White mulberry extracts may slow cancer cell growth because they are rich in cancer-fighting antioxidants, including flavonoids, alkaloids, and phenolic acids

White mulberry and its components help improve blood sugar management.

In a study of 12 healthy adults, a compound isolated from mulberry leaf extract was shown to improve blood sugar regulation after 12 weeks

fights against oxidative stress and inflammatory responses

research suggests they are a natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agents.

WATERMELON JUICE POWDER

Watermelon Powder is packed with minerals, phytonutrient such as lycopene, citrulline, Vitamin A, and Vitamin C.

The presence of lycopene in watermelon powder may help lower inflammation.

Watermelon powder has a positive effect on the digestive system and also boosts metabolism.

Beneficial for hair and skin health

improve nitric oxide bioavailability and exercise performance.

Lowers blood pressure

POMEGRANATE JUICE POWDER

Pomegranate is packed with nutrients including fiber, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, Vitamin C, and folate.

Rich in antioxidants and polyphenolic compounds

It supports urinary health and can reduce the formation of kidney stones

Compounds in pomegranate may help protect brain health, especially regarding Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and recovery from brain injury.

NATURAL FLAVOR EXTRACTS OF WATERMELON AND POMEGRANATE

L-Citrulline is an excellent candidate for reducing muscle soreness, and watermelon is a fruit rich in this amino acid.

In the old years, its consumption has been associated with numerous health benefits. In recent years, several in vitro and in vivo studies have revealed its beneficial physiological activities, especially its antioxidative, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.

CANCER

ORGANIC YIN ZHEN SILVER NEEDLE WHITE TEA

Reduces fine lines and wrinkles to keep skin young and healthy-looking

It improves digestion, especially when feeling cramps and nausea

Can promote weight loss by boosting metabolism and aiding digestion

Antioxidants found in this tea also promote heart health and strength by lowering bad cholesterol levels and strengthening blood vessels

JASMINE YIN HAO GREEN TEA

Boosts brain function, including memory and focus

Supresses inflamation

Promotes a calming feeling

Rich in antioxidants, beneficial for immunity

GINGER

Improves digestive functions

Increases metabolism

Reduces inflammation

Ginger has been used for thousands of years for the treatment of numerous ailments, such as colds, nausea, arthritis, migraines, and hypertension.

ORGANIC TURKEY TAIL MUSHROOM

A 2013 study demonstrated that Turkey Tail mushrooms protect brain tissue from lipid peroxidation and free radicalization.

As a natural remedy, Turkey Tail mushrooms protect against bone density loss (resorption) and help increase bone density and bone formation.

Promotes prebiotic health for gut health

LEO

YUNNAN BLACK TEA PEARLS

Chinese black tea is famous for its high content of tea polyphenols and catechins (phytonutrients that release antioxidants into the body)

Black tea also contains caffeine which is slowly released into the bloodstream providing a sustained, gentle energy boost.

Black tea can help gastrointestinal function, promote appetite, help with urination, eliminate oedema, and strengthen heart function.

ORANGE PEEL

Orange peel extracts could provide useful protection against or alleviation of UV damage.

Orange peel is rich in vitamin C and also contains good amounts of provitamin A, folate, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamin B6, and calcium.

CALENDULA FLOWER PETALS

Posses significant anti-inflammatory activity

Calendula is full of carotenoids and flavonoids, which help lower your risk of cancer and other diseases.

The herb's antifungal and antimicrobial properties help prevent infection and heal injuries to body tissues.

ORANGE ESSENTIAL OIL

Used to treat insomnia in traditional Chinese medicine

Inhalation used in aromatherapy can increase 5-HT and GABA in the brain

VANILLA EXTRACT POWDER

It can be medicinally applied to alleviate fevers and spasms

The aphrodisiac qualities of vanilla are believed to come from the scent and flavor of the seedpod.

ORGANIC LION'S MANE

The health-promoting properties can improve anxiety, cognitive function, and depression.

Contains beneficial antioxidant properties

Studies show that lion's mane mushroom may support brain health, improve mood and boost focus. The benefits stem from its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

ARIES

GABA OOLONG

Reduces Stress

Contains L-Theanine, which has been shown to relax and improve cognitive functions

Can lower the risk of developing type-2 Diabetes

Can lower the risk of heart disease

May aid in weight-release

May increase bone and teeth health and density

GREEN TEA

contains catechins that are rich in strong antioxidants

May reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease

Promotes oral health

Promotes physiological functions such as anti-hypertensive effects

Long-term consumption of tea catechins could benefit against high-fat diet-induced obesity and type II diabetes and reduce the risk of coronary disease.

ROSE BUDS

therapeutic properties such as respiratory antiseptics, anti-inflammatories, mucolytics, expectorants, decongestants, and antioxidants

Used in traditional Chinese medicine to improve mood and decrease irritability

Can reduce fatigue and improve the sleep cycle

Alleviate menstrual cramps and symptoms of menopause

BLACKBERRY EXTRACT

Blackberry synergistically increases skin elasticity.

Blackberry extracts have also exerted antimutagenic effects in vitro and in vivo by modifying cell signaling pathways and suppressing tumor promotion factors.

BERGAMOT ESSENTIAL OIL

Minimize symptoms of stress-induced anxiety

The behavioral and EEG spectrum power effects of BEO correlate well with its exocytotic and carrier-mediated release of discrete amino acids endowed with neurotransmitter function in the mammalian hippocampus supporting the deduction that BEO can interfere with normal and pathological synaptic plasticity.

They are commonly used against psychological stress and anxiety in aromatherapy.

REISHI MUSHROOM

Regarded as the "herb of spiritual potency," symbolizing success, well-being, divine power, and longevity.

Controls blood glucose levels

Regarded by the Chinese as the "mushroom of immortality."

Uses in traditional healing include increasing intellectual capacity and memory, promoting agility and lengthening the life span.

Useful for inhibiting tumor growth, modulating immune response and increasing hematopoietic activity, and so on.

Carnelian

Rooibos

fermented

anti-inflammatory

Green Rooibos

not fermented; therefore has a higher amount of antioxidants

anti-inflammatory

contains rare antioxidant aspalathin, which helps modulate glucose metabolism

Current data confirms that green rooibos could be considered a "functional brain food" and may be a good option as a starting ingredient in developing new nutraceuticals.

green rooibos extract exerted significant cytoprotective properties in Neuro-2a cells, particularly when exposed to lethal 250 μM hydrogen peroxide, increasing cell survival by more than 100%

Honeybush

antioxidant and anti-inflammatory

gaining popularity due to their characteristic honey-like flavor, low tannin content, absence of caffeine, and potential health effects related to their antimutagenic and antioxidant properties.

Apricot

full of Beta-carotene, which is a precursor of Vitamin A

High in antioxidants, boosts the immune system

rich in other carotenoids such as β-carotene, γ-carotene, lycopene, β-cryptoxanthin, phytoene, phytofluene, and lutein

Almonds

good source of protein, monosaturated fatty acids, dietary fiber, vitamin E, riboflavin, manganese, magnesium, copper and phosphorus

rich in polyphenols which are metabolized quickly after ingestion

Saigon Cinnamon

anti-microbial

contains phytochemicals that boost glucose uptake in the brain

anti-oxidant

Ashwagandha

anti-stress and anxiety

manages body fat and promotes strong muscles

Milk Thistle

antioxidant

Milk thistle is used as medicine for the management of different diseases due to the presence of phytoconstituents such as antioxidants and total phenolics presence.

Milk thistle in tea improves the overall antioxidant level in humans.

Red Maca

alleviates pre and post menopausal symptoms

Rich in fiber, essential amino acids, and other nutrients, including Vitamin C, copper, iron, and calcium

contains bioactive compounds responsible for benefits to the human body, which has caused a considerable increase in its consumption in the last 20 years worldwide.

Calendula

rich in bioactive phytochemicals such as terpenoids, flavonoids, coumarins, quinones, volatile oil, and carotenoids

Peridot

Ti quan Yin Oolong

Contains L-Theanine, which has been shown to relax and improve cognitive functions

Oolong tea contains antioxidants and polyphenols that can help to promote cellular health and ward off degenerative diseases like cancer and Alzheimer's.

Mango

high in antioxidants and polyphenols (beta carotene, vitamin A)

contains some calcium, phospherous, iron, vitamin C

Guayusa

high in polyphenols (catechin, epicatechin, epicatechin gallate, epigallocatechin, epigallocatechin gallate)

high in caffeine

SEPTEMBER SAPPHIRE

Organic Apple

Apples contain a variety of phytochemicals, including quercetin, catechin, phloridzin and chlorogenic acid, all of which are strong antioxidants.

Organic Ashwaganda

Ashwagandha improves the body's defense against disease by improving cell-mediated immunity.

Rasayana is described as an herbal or metallic preparation that promotes a youthful state of physical and mental health and expands happiness

active principles of Ashwagandha, for instance, the sitoindosides VII-X and Withaferin-A, have been shown to have significant anti-stress activity against acute models of experimental stress

Organic Lemon Grass

Antioxidants increase immune functions.

Antioxidants provide anti-inflammatory effects.

Butterfly Pea Powder

Rich in antioxidants and may be linked to several health benefits, including increased weight loss, better blood sugar control, and improvements in hair and skin health.

PINK TOURMALINE

Organic Blackcurrant

Black currants are full of antioxidants, including anthocyanins. Anthocyanins give black currants their characteristic dark color and fight free radicals in the body, reducing oxidative stress and cell damage.

High in Vitamin C, promoting immune health.

Black currants contain soluble and insoluble fiber, both of which are vital for healthy digestion.

Organic White Tea

Reduces fine lines and wrinkles to keep skin young and healthy-looking

Improves digestion, especially when feeling cramps and nausea

Can promote weight loss by boosting metabolism and aiding digestion

Antioxidants found in this tea also promote heart health and strength by lowering bad cholesterol levels and strengthening blood vessels

Organic Shatavari

The shatavari root produces three antioxidants: racemofuran, asparagamine A, and racemosol. Antioxidants can prevent damage and disease in your body.

Women use Shatavari to treat conditions related to hormone imbalance, such as polycystic ovarian syndrome ( PCOS) and infertility.

Organic Dragonfruit Powder

The fruit can also be used as a nutraceutical (functional food).

The fruit is known to be a rich source of betacyanin, vitamin C, and lycopene.

Organic Schisandra

The anti-cancer activity of polyphenols from plant extracts in cancer cell lines includes several mechanisms: Inhibition of tumor proliferation, induction of cell death (apoptotic, autophagic), and inhibition of tumor migration and invasion.

Due to its antioxidant, hepatoprotective, and anti-cancer activities, SCE fruit has been used as a traditional medicine for the treatment of various cardiovascular or GI ailments.

Hibiscus sabdariffa L. tea (tisane) lowers blood pressure in prehypertensive and mildly hypertensive adults.