Do you know someone who loves a good chat? Then this is the tea for them! Soothing to the throat, a brew of Chatterbox will get you ready for the next round of gossip!
Lemon Grass tea has long been a staple of Indian and traditional Asian medicine. It is frequently prescribed as a digestive aid since it works as a natural diuretic and may help lessen the symptoms of gastric upset including nausea and stomach pain.
Lemon Myrtle has antibacterial properties to soothe a sore throat and clear a congested chest, and It may be the high calcium and magnesium content naturally found in lemon myrtle which relieves pain and calms nerves. In perfect harmony, Calcium helps muscles contract and Magnesium helps them relax, acting smoothly and rhythmically together like a healthy heart beat. Magnesium is found in every part of the body and is credited with being the possible answer to almost every ailment
Recognised for its medicinal properties for thousands of years by Indigenous Australians, it is only in recent years that the rest of the world has realised that dry leaf Lemon Myrtle, as used in Chatterbox, has been shown to produce a variety of health benefits to rival any well known ‘superfood’. Leaf analysis shows Australian Lemon Myrtle contains the highest quality essential oil and many other important and beneficial compounds.
Lemon Peel contains vitamins, minerals and fibre which gives your body a which give your body a nutritional boost. As an additional benefit there are enzymes, helping us to live a healthier life.
Hibiscus has a cranberry-like flavour and health benefits which include the ability to reduce high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and inflammatory problems, aid in relieving disturbed digestive and immune system, and potentially help treat diseases of the liver. It may also speed up the metabolism aiding in healthy, gradual weight loss, and can also be linked with better mental health. It is rich in vitamin C, minerals, and antioxidants.
Licorice Due to the powerful and potent nature of the root, no more than 3 cups of this tea should be consumed each day, which should be more than enough to enjoy its many health benefits, one of which is to soothe gastrointestinal problems such as acid reflux and indigestion and restore balance.
If you suffer from low blood pressure, the stimulating nature of licorice root tea can elevate your blood pressure to normal levels, providing a boost to your energy levels and preventing dizziness and fatigue. Conversely, if you suffer from high blood pressure, it is probably wise not to consume licorice tea every day. However, it is regularity and frequency that makes the difference and you should be able to enjoy the occasional cup safely.
Spearmint is a delicious, minty herb that may also have beneficial effects on your health. It’s high in antioxidants, which increase circulation and allow white blood cells to travel faster throughout the body, increasing the speed with which your body can fight off viruses and bacteria, and other beneficial plant compounds that may help balance hormones, lower blood sugar and improve digestion. It may even reduce stress and improve memory.
As with most teas, tea with mint can have a few minor side effects. This tea should be avoided by people with allergies to its ingredients and sufferers of acid reflux. Pregnant women should monitor and limit their intake of tea with mint and should also avoid drinking the same when breastfeeding since peppermint oils can cause breathing problems in infants and children.