Mayde Tea Loose Leaf- Hibiscus Lemon Myrtle Iced Tea

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This refreshing herbal blend can be enjoyed hot or cold. Either way, this tea will nourish you with antioxidants that support the digestive system. The liveliness of lemon myrtle and rooibos balances with the floral sweetness of jasmine and hibiscus to produce a deliciously uplifting brew.

 

Ingredients: 

Lemon myrtle / rooibos / hibiscus petals / jasmine flowers

 

Therapeutic benefit:
Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora)

A stunning Australian native, lemon myrtle has a beautiful refreshing citrusy flavour. It has been used traditionally for sinus infections, bronchitis and irritable digestive disorders. Lemon myrtle supports the digestive processes and reduces symptoms such as bloating and cramping. Lemon myrtle is also used as a potent antioxidant, protecting cells throughout the body.

Rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) 

Rooibos contains powerful antioxidants called polyphenols. These polyphenols act as an anti-inflammatory and protect cells from damage.

Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) 

Hibiscus has traditionally been used to regulate fluid balance and promote overall health. It has been found to improve skin conditions, promote adequate circulation and improve digestive issues. 

Jasmine (Jasminum) 

Jasmine has been found to strengthen the immune system by fighting bacteria-causing infections. Jasmine flowers may soothe the throat and reduce other symptoms caused by viruses such as the common cold.

 

Try as an iced tea in one of three ways:

Brew hot, and leave to chill overnight in the fridge. Serve over ice.
Brew hot, and serve immediately over ice.

Available in:

Tea tube / 40 serves/80g loose leaf tea. Tea tube and lid are fully recyclable, and lining is home compostable.

Amber glass jar / 120 serves/200g loose leaf tea. Designed to refill, maintain freshness and protect the therapeutic value of the tea. Fully recyclable besides freshness seal. Size of jar is 1L.

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