Green Tea Health Benefits:
One of nature’s healthiest drinks
Great for anyone who is detoxing or wanting to cut down on caffeine
Naturally high in antioxidants, which help fight against free radicals
High levels of epigallocatechin gallate (ECGC), a polyphenol antioxidant which speeds up our metabolism as well as suppressing hunger
Helps the body perform its own thermogenesis.
Delicious and refreshing
Wanting to cut down on Caffeine?
If you, like most people nowadays drink white tea and coffee during the day, it’s likely you might be getting too much caffeine. This can have side effects such as anxiety, insomnia and even digestive issues.
Swapping out your regular hot drink with green tea is a great way to lower your intake, as it is naturally much lower in caffeine than regular tea and coffee plus has lots of health benefits.
Green tea has amazing health benefits
Green tea is naturally high in polyphenols, which are antioxidants responsible for its incredible health benefits. Some of which include helping the body fight against free radicals and inflammation, and thus lowering risk of disease. It can also help with weight loss by speeding up your metabolism and helping the body perform thermogenesis.
There are also ongoing studies to confirm claims about the benefits of drinking green tea to reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and even cancer.
100% Pure and Delicious
It’s very important to us that our products are ethically and naturally sourced. Our green tea is produced just a stone’s throw away from the Isle or Ikaria in Turkey, where the locals enjoy green tea in their daily rituals.
Also, our herbs are extracted without the use of chemicals, and absolutely nothing is added so you can rest assured that our green tea is completely pure, giving it a delicious natural taste.
How to serve
To bring these wonderful herbs alive, use one bag per person, straight into boiling water and infuse for up to 10 minutes. 1 bag per cup. Best served without milk.
How to drink green tea: our top tip if you’ve ever experienced a bitter taste to your green tea, don’t pour the hot water the moment it boils. Use fresh water in the kettle, let the water boil (the bubbles formed help reduce the acidity of the water), and then leave the water in the kettle before pouring directly onto the teabag. The way the water cascades into your mug on top of the tea bag makes a huge difference in the depth and speed of infusion.
Please note, the individual foil sachets for each tea have been sealed a bit too well for our first batch, so please do take care when removing them. We’d advise opening the sachet fully (not just from the top) and then carefully removing the tea bag before starting your herbal tea delight.