Caffeine-free Mantra Mint Herbal Tea is a rejuvenating and relaxing elixir combining adaptogenic Ashwagandha, cooling Peppermint, sweet Rose and comforting Vanilla to nourish the body, and enhance your ability to go with the flow, adapting to changing times with ease & grace.
All Organic Northwest Peppermint, Ashwagandha, Rose Buds, Vanilla Natural Flavor
Ashwagandha, an ancient medicinal herb used for 3,000 years, is a miracle adaptogen that boosts immunity, brain function and energy levels, lowers blood sugar and cortisol levels. Over 40 years ago a study found that Withaferin A, a compound in Ashwagandha, induces apoptosis–the destruction of cancer cells. In evidence based research, Ashwagandha helps fight symptoms of anxiety and depression and is proven to be calming to the nervous system–reducing the body’s inflammation and stress response.
Aromatic Northwest Peppermint aids concentration and eases digestion, headache and tension.
Sweet, fragrant organic Rose Petals deliver a lush bouquet of vitamins A, B, C, and E, enhancing inner and outer glow. Roses are anti–depressant, anti–bacterial, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory, and have been used for centuries to treat coughs, cold, lung congestion and insomnia.
Serenity-inducing Vanilla is known to help lower cholesterol and assist your body's metabolism to run more efficiently.
*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.
Sit in stillness, holding your cup of tea. Take a few slow breaths, inhaling the Peppermint-Rose-Vanilla scented steam. Speak your mantras (aloud or to yourself) and feel infinite possibilities flow from your heart into the tea. Sip & savor the tea slowly, enjoying the moment fully.
"The blessing of each new day is that it presents us with a fresh opportunity to rebirth. A daily renewal sets the tone for the rest of the day - and, indeed, the rest of our lives. It is empowering to know that we get to choose how we'd like to feel, and it is essential that we make that choice from the space of possibility."