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Choice Organic Teas

choicereliefChoice Organic Teas

There is nothing quite like drinking a cup of really good hot organic tea. It is one of my favorite ways to relax. I was fortunate to get to try several varieties from Choice Organic teas. Let’s check em out.

Body Stress Relief**

I tried this one on a cold evening after work. The day had been a bit hectic so I thought Body Stress Relief was the perfect choice to wind down my day. This tea is a blend of organic roots, leaves, berries and other herbs that work together to support your overall feeling of well being. The rich satisfying flavor of this tea is a great way to relax after a stressful day.

Description

Soothe your body naturally with this cooling blend.** Known for its rejuvenating effects, ashwagandha is a long-trusted Ayurvedic herb that promotes balanced hormones and supports a healthy immune system.** Comforting meadowsweet and turmeric, powerful elderberry, and soothing dandelion leaf and plantain complement this blend.** It’s a rich, satisfying, savory cup with a  touch of sweetness created to support a holistic sense of well-being.**

Ingredients Organic Moringa Leaf, Organic Roasted Carob Pod, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Plantain Leaf, Organic Dandelion Leaf, Organic Turmeric Root, Organic Ashwagandha Root, Organic Meadowsweet Leaf, Organic Elderberry Berry

beautyBeauty Detox

Herbalist formulated at Bastyr University, this tea is packed full of organic ingredients known for centuries  to aid your body in detoxification. This tea is designed to help keep you beautiful from the inside out.

Description

Clear the way for healthy, vibrant skin with this soothing, fragrant blend that encourages your body’s natural detoxification process.** Aromatic jasmine green tea supports skin health.** Burdock root is a detoxification dynamo that aids liver function to promote clear skin from the inside out.** And chamomile calms sensitive skin.** Each cup is a refreshing pick-me-up and a delicious part of your skincare regimen.**

IngredientsOrganic Green Tea Leaf* Scented with Organic Jasmine Flower, Organic Burdock Root, Organic Chamomile Flower, Organic Green Tea Leaf*, Organic Dandelion Leaf *FAIR TRADE CERTIFIED INGREDIENT  *Fair Trade Certified™

Earl Grey Lavenderearl

Flavorful and aromatic. Lavender lightly transforms high quality Earl Grey Black tea into something extraordinary.

Description

Take the road less traveled when you sip a cup of this classic tea redefined. Full-bodied and smooth, Indian and Sri Lankan black teas blend with a squeeze of citrus as Italian bergamot scents the tea leaves. English lavender blossoms gently infuse their fragrance and flavor into this elegant tea that enthralls at the start of the day and well into afternoon tea. Try iced for a refined refreshment.

IngredientsOrganic Black Tea*, Organic Lavender Blossoms, and Organic Bergamot Oil  *Fair Trade Certified™

blackberryBlackberry Hibiscus

The slight tartness of the blackberry flavor is balanced out beautifully by the sweetness of hibiscus and licorice root. A few more expertly added ingredients make this a wonderful cup of tea. Amazing hot or cold, with or without your favorite sweetener.

Description

Steep a vivacious, fruity tisane that welcomes festivity. With its tangy character and sweet aroma, this ruby-hued blend is the life of the party. The taste of blackberry mixes with citrusy lemongrass as hearty hibiscus petals tango with tart rosehips. A sprinkling of spearmint melds with a dash of sweet licorice root. This unforgettable infusion tastes like an herbal ode to sangria and plays well with ice.

IngredientsOrganic Hibiscus*, Organic Rosehips, Organic Blackberry Leaves, Organic Lemongrass, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Spearmint*, and Natural Blackberry Flavor  *Fair Trade Certified™

 

 

Ready to Buy? Head on over to Choice Organic Teas and get ya some.

I was not paid for my opinion. I may have been given free product for review.

**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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