Post-Exercise, Health & Gynostemma

Gynostemma pentaphyllum or jiagulan as it is also known, is a native tea from China, Korea, Vietnam or Japan. It is a tea which comes from a vine originating in the cucumber family. Traditionally it is often used as herbal medicine or consumed as hot tea. Gynostemma is famously known for it’s amazing health benefits (including anti-ageing), and consequently is … Continue reading

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The Miracle Herb: Why Sage is More than just a Seasoning

With one particular tea featuring highly in our sales this month, we thought you might like to know exactly what one of its key ingredients – simple Sage – is doing to benefit your health. The positive effects of sage go to show that you don’t need fancy superfoods or expensive supplements to get the boost you need – sometimes … Continue reading

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Safflower and Hibiscus: The Love Leaf Teas you’re going crazy for

We’ve seen a huge spike in sales of two particular teas this summer: Pomegranate and Hibiscus Tea, and our Safflower Petals Drinking Herb. Sound curious? It certainly did to us, so we did a bit of research into why these particular ingredients are flying off the shelves – and the results were amazing! Safflower Petals There’s been a run on … Continue reading

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