I love trying different teas. My tea shelf (which is gradually expanding into a tea cupboard) is well stocked with a variety of herbal and unusual teas (I’ve written an article before about the health benefits of herbal teas. You can read it here). So I was pleased when Heath & Heather sent me their range of organic super teas to try.
The great thing about these teas is that they have been created by herbalists and each is designed with a specific purpose in mind. Struggling to sleep at night? Try the Organic Relaxing Night Time tea. Coming down with a cold? Try the Organic Supportive Root Remedy tea. I’ve included the full range of teas along with their descriptions. There’s one to suit any mood.
I enjoyed these teas. They are made from natural ingredients, no funny business and the main thing is they taste great. So far my favourite, I think, is the Night Time tea but it depends how I’m feeling. These teas are available from Holland & Barrett and independent health food shops.
Heath & Heather was first established in 1920 by Samuel and James Ryder. They were among the first to study the therapeutic benefits of English botanicals, herbs and plants. Today the company continues to develop a range of fruit and herbal infusions, designed to help support a natural, healthy lifestyle.
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The Full Range
Organic Energising Morning Time tea– It contains ginseng root and Amazonian guarana which are natural energy boosters.
Organic Relaxing Night Time tea– chamomile and spearmint infusion with valerian root and hops, traditional herbal remedies for easing insomnia, anxiety and restlessness.
Organic Supportive Root Remedy– This uses turmeric, ginger, galangal and ginseng roots to support health and help keep colds and flu at bay.
Organic Detoxing Slim Tea– An infusion of green yerba mate, guarana seeds, psyllium and rooibos meant to assist natural bowel movements, aid detoxing the liver and curb food cravings.
Organic Digestive Super Seeds– This combines coriander seeds, anise seeds, fennel seeds and fenugreek seeds; herbal aids to ease digestion and bloating.
I received these teas for free. All opinions are honest and my own.