Red Mint

Ingredients: Green Tea, Hibiscus and Peppermint 

 

Why drink our Green Tea Hibiscus & Mint Blend?

 

This blend of Chinese Gunpowder tea, tangy Hibiscus, and cool peppermint leaves, is a refreshing hand-crafted blend of tea.

Green tea has long been recognized as having powerful antiviral properties. Tea actually alters the structure of the virus itself, which suppresses the ability of the virus to cause an infection. EGCG has the ability to attach to the cell membrane of the flu virus. EGCG binds to a glycoprotein on the flu virus called hemagglutinin, which blocks the ability of the virus to infect other cells. This makes green tea a potent weapon against contracting the flu, and can aid in a quick recovery as well. 

 

Hibiscus as a tea has a flavor profile that includes fruity, sweet, sour, and astringent notes. The tea is often compared to cranberries due to its tart yet sweet flavor. The tea is frequently brewed hot, but also makes an excellent iced tea. When you include hibiscus in your tea blend you’ll experience a load of antioxidants that help stave off free radicals which can cause oxidative stress in the body. Free radicals and oxidative stress have been correlated with serious illness including cancer, aging, and eye diseases. This powerful tropical flower can help prevent these free radicals from damaging healthy cells. contains high amounts of vitamins and minerals that boost immune health. Hibiscus also contains large levels of vitamin C, which can help you fend off the common cold and flu. The effect of sour tea can help boost immunity and keep you healthy, even during flu season.

 

Peppermint can clear acne with a cooling sensation on the skin, revitalise dull or oily skin, and soothes irritations.

 

  • No sweeteners, preservatives or artificial flavoring
  • 100% natural, contains natural caffeine found in the L. Camellia Sinensis family
  • Steeping time: 3-5 minutes for 250 mll/8fl.oz - Water that has barely reached a boil and then cooled a couple of minutes is ideal for green teas. Try to use 160 – 185ºF (71 – 85ºC).
  • If you use an infuser, it is best to remove the infuser after your tea is done steeping. Note that while teas may be used for multiple infusions, ultimately this is influenced by your preferred strength of tea and personal experience, although there are differing opinions about optimal tea brewing. Find out what suits you best and enjoy the experience!

 

 

Learn more about our green tea blends at https://www.drinkourhig.com/

Red Mint

$16.00Price
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  • This tea is high in antioxidants. The longer you steep your tea the more polyphenols will be extracted (and flucuates with temperature and freshness of tea). The more frequent you use the tea, the greater the antioxidant benefit.