Tulsi, Nettle, Hibiscus, Rosehip, Rose Petals, and Elderberry loose leaf tea.
This delicious combination of organic tulsi, hibiscus and rosehip will brighten and balance the mind. The rich and robust aroma of hibiscus together with the gently spiced tulsi, makes for a colourful and enlivening cup of tea; to be enjoyed warm or over ice or even incorporated into a refreshing herbal cocktail!
40g of organic loose leaf herbs will serve you up to 30 cups of tea.
Caffeine content: caffeine free
Made using oragnic and wildcrafted ingredients by Laura, Singing Leaf.
Can be served hot or cool, and with added fresh herbs.
Hot: Use 1-2 tsp per cup and Infuse for 5 -7 mins
Refill and reinfuse up to 3 times.
A slightly longer brew will allow the herbs to release their full potential into your infusion.
Iced: 2tsp per cup and Infuse until cool and then separate the herbs. Your infusion can be kept refridgerated for 2-3 days.
Serve 1 part tea : 2 parts still/sparkling water and add ice if you wish.
Enlivening, refreshing, brings focus, activating, antioxident and immune boosting.
Tulsi/ Ocimum tenuiflorum
Also known as Holy Basil, This sacred eastern herb is commonly grown and used in India and widely known to be an incredible adaptogen. Tulsi is used to balance blood sugar and lower high blood pressure.It is also used to treat coughs and colds and supports the body through times of stress and anxiety.
Hibiscus/ Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
This beautiful flower adds the vibrant ruby red colour to infusions. Hibiscus is a great Immune enhancer offering a source of vitamin c and has a refreshingly tart and fruity taste.
This herb is a truly versatile and useful plant. Nettles strengthen and support the whole body. The leaves are high in vitamin D and C and can be used aid skin conditions and relieve symptoms of arthritis and gout. Nettles also have astringent, diuretic and tonic properties.
Elderberry/ Sambucus nigra
Elderberries are rich in vitamins A and C and great used as a preventative for a cold or flu. The berries are also a diuretic, promote sweating and in large quantities used as a diuretic.
Rose/ Rosa gallica.
Roses have a long tradition of medicinal use, some say that “Roses are good for the skin and soul” and in my experience, the preparation and use of rose petals do indeed open the heart and widen perspective. They have anti-depressant, anti-spasmodic, aphrodisiac, astringent and sedative properties just to name a few.
Rosehips are valued as a high source of vitamin C, making it a great immune enhancer. Rosehips are also often used as a kidney tonic and have astringent properties.