Calmtree HUMANITY Tea Blend
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The Adaptogenic herbs in Humanity balance the body’s response to stress by nourishing a worried mind, relaxing the nervous system and nourishing the heart. Used for thousands of years, the herbs in Humanity's blend help the body maintain balance and resilience whilst facing life’s challenges with inner calmness and presence.
Soothes and relaxes the central nervous system
Protects the heart from oxidative stress
Provides defence against toxic environmental chemicals
Helps the liver remove toxins from the body.
Highly nourishing for the body's detoxifying organs
HAND BLENDED & CAFFEINE FREE
Mildly fruity and refreshingly minty with a natural sweet flavour
60g & 20g
The dried ripe fruits of cardamom have been used as a spice and in medicines since the 4th century BC. It was first imported into Europe around 1300 BC whereby herbalists used cardamom as a digestive aid. In Ayurvedic medicine cardamom is used for its detoxifying effect helping the liver remove toxins from the body.
Regarded as a gift fit for kings, cinnamon has been used as a medicinal ingredient throughout history. In medieval times doctors used cinnamon to treat conditions such as coughing, arthritis and sore throats.
Ancient Greeks and Romans used fennel for strength, courage, and longevity. In Medieval times, fennel was hung over doors on Midsummer’s Eve to ward off evil spirits and prevent witchcraft.
A legendary herb, known throughout the ages as “The Elixir of Life” and “Mother Medicine of Nature.” Yogis and spiritual seekers have used this herb for its distinct effects on the nervous system and its ability to restore and balance the subtle electromagnetic fields generated by the mind and body that is an important factor in human health.
Lavender’s history goes back to around 600 BC where it was cultivated and grown in France, Spain and Italy. It became popular during the Middle Ages to ward off the plague due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness.
Regarded as a “calming” herb and traditionally used to combat anxiety, stress and insomnia, to treat wounds, ease indigestion and to stimulate the appetite. Lemon Balm tea has enjoyed a long reputation as a rejuvenating tonic. King Charles V of France (1364-1380) reputedly sipped on lemon balm tea daily to ensure good health and longevity.
Hundreds of thousands of Holy Basil plants have been planted around the Taj Mahal in Agra to help protect the iconic marble building from environmental pollution damage.
The information relating to our teas is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding or taking any medications, check with your doctor before adding herbal teas to your routine.
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