Stay Well with Turmeric Tonic

December 09, 2015 1 Comment

 

Since we launched this amazing new healthful brew it has become a crowd fav from Vancouver Tea Festival to online and all around town! Get your rich golden Turmeric X Ginger X Black Pepper boost in a delicious tisane loaded with lemony herbals that are great for colds, flus, digestives and anti-inflammatory properties used for centuries.

Turmeric is the revered ancient Ayurvedic and Chinese medicinal spice traditionally used as an anti-inflammatory, to treat digestive and liver problems, skin diseases, and wounds. It is part of the renowned ginger family and contains Curcumin a powerful antioxidant that lowers the levels of two enzymes in the body that cause inflammation. Famous in Indian curries and great to promote good digestion. It is well known to boost immunity and black pepper in the blend helps absorb the healing curcumin. Our tonic is loaded with sisters ginger and galangal that ease nausea, motion sickness besides being a rich source of iron, sodium, vitamins A and C. Pemberton Tulsi (Holy Basil)  from our partner farm Root Down Organics adds additional immune boost and taste. Lemon Myrtle contains the highest amounts of antiviral & antiseptic terpenoid aldehydes such as citral. It has been traditionally used to treat allergies, colds, sore throats, gastric disturbances and infections. This is one of our most popular blends that feels so nourishing to sip anytime of day.

Ingredients: Turmeric*, Ginger*, Black Pepper*, Galangal root*, Pemberton Tulsi*, Cinnamon bark*, Lemon Myrtle*, Orange Peel*, Fennel Seed*, Lemongrass*, Licorice Root*.

 




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Jen
Jen

December 13, 2015

Bought both Jade Fir and Tumeric Tonic at the Waldorf fair yesterday. I LOVE the Tumeric Tonic! Haven’t tried the Jade Fir yet as I couldn’t stop sipping the tumeric one! Well done. I look forwarded to gifting it for Christmas. :)

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