Those of you of a certain age may well remember the Green Goddess of the 1980s who used to grace breakfast television with her healthy ‘wake up and shape up’ mantra. She’s still going strong in her 80s but all the stretches you need are to reach out for the kettle and your Green Goddess tea and you’ll be reaping the benefits with the only strain being your tea strainer!
Australian Sencha green tea
The very thought of rose buds conjures up thoughts of beauty and serenity and for more than 5000 years rose bud tea has been prescribed as part of Chinese medicine. Recorded benefits include the easing of depression, soothing the nerves, benefiting circulation and reducing indigestion.
With a delicious, delicate flavour, jasmine tea has a lot to offer, with just a cup or two a day helping you towards a healthy, happy lifestyle.
Jasmine tea can help reduce the risk of severe illnesses including heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Thanks to high concentrations of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, jasmine tea can also help promote beautiful, healthy skin and boost your immune system.
The powerful antioxidants and polyphenols in jasmine tea can help to slow down the ageing process by eliminating free radicals that can cause wrinkles and skin damage. These polyphenols also work to even out skin pigmentation and minimize fine lines. To reap the benefits of jasmine tea for your skin, you can consume 2-3 beverages per day, but not on an empty stomach, or wash your face using a cooled cup of jasmine tea.
Drinking jasmine tea can help you to good health by preventing illnesses, increasing relaxation and regulating overall health, however as with most natural remedies it is important to bear in mind that some teas can have side effects or interact with medications
While aromatherapy is often popular during pregnancy, jasmine tea is not recommended for pregnant women. Due to its strong scent and chemical composition, jasmine tea and jasmine essential oils have been linked to early contractions and other negative effects. It’s best to avoid jasmine tea when pregnant or consult with a doctor before using.
Premium Australian Sencha Green Tea, Rose buds, Jasmine
Certified pesticide free. High in antioxidants
These delicate green leaves are best brewed at 75° for no longer than 2 minutes.
Use 1 teaspoon per cup.
Handcrafted in Tasmania with local and imported ingredients.