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Herbal Tea

Put the kettle on, as there’s nothing quite like sitting down with a relaxing, hot cup of tea! Herbal teas are a super way to increase your daily fluid intake whilst enjoying the benefits of some great health supporting attributes. From easing an upset tummy to restoring a sense of calm, or perhaps aiding digestion, there is a variety of herbal teas (including an organic range) for you to choose from below. 

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Herbal Tea Benefits

Nature provides all we need to not only survive, but thrive; and in some herbs we find nature’s helping hand for reviving our wellbeing. For example, ginger or peppermint tea may help with digestive processes, while others like chamomile tea can be calming and may promote a restful sleep. Sipping a cup of echinacea tea sweetened with a teaspoon of manuka honey (if desired) could be of great benefit during change of season or winter ills and chills.

When you savour a hot herbal infusion, you’re not only brewing a herbal tea, but also combining aromatherapy at the same time! Check out our other healthy foods for you too.

Product Reviews

  • It works for constipation

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    I take one teabag before bed and it works the following morning. I like the taste, I find it quite pleasant. I would take as required, maybe once or twice a week.

    Jill

    22/07/17

  • Love it!

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    This tea makes me feel so healthy. The taste takes a little while to adjust to - but now I look forward to it - makes me generally feel better, skin way healthier and general wellbeing improves when I drink these teas. Healthpost sells them cheaper than going through Artemis which is another bonus!

    Lisa

    21/07/17

  • Lovely flavour

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    Very nice flavour.

    Ingrid

    21/07/17

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