Ginger root is an excellent circulatory tonic, a true antidote to cold hands and feet. It supports digestion and nutrient absorption. It has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to enhance the ‘fire’ in the body. Ginger is also a mild stimulant and is also known for its aphrodisiac qualities.
Green tea is a popular coffee substitute due to its mild caffeine content, which makes it energising. Interestingly, it also contains an amino acid called l-theanine, which soothes anxiety and supports the nervous system. It is packed full of antioxidants and promotes longevity, making it an excellent and truly balanced pick-me-up.
Yet another herb traditionally used as a coffee substitute, Yerba mate also contains a small amount of caffeine. It relieves fatigue, promotes alertness and wakefulness, and enhances cognitive performance.
Siberian ginseng is a famous natural energy booster. It improves mental and physical performance and helps to protect against the effects of stress. It has been used to increase energy and vitality for millennia. It increases blood flow to the brain and improves memory, concentration and mental stamina. With its powerful anti-fatigue effect, Siberian ginseng increases endurance and the ability of the mitochondria in the cells to produce energy.
Nettle leaves are highly nutritious – they are rich in vitamins A and C and minerals, particularly iron, calcium, silica, magnesium and potassium. All of these nutrients are essential for the maintenance of vibrant health and vitality. Nettle also protects the gut lining from irritation and infection, stimulates liver and kidney function, relieves fluid retention and enhances the elimination of toxins via the urine.
Lemongrass has a beautifully refreshing citrusy and earthy flavour. It uplifts the body and mind, has natural antimicrobial properties, and has been traditionally used to relieve pain and inflammation. Lemongrass promotes digestive health and supports the nervous system to combat the symptoms of fatigue, stress and anxiety.
This product contains ginger, green tea, yerba mate, Siberian ginseng, nettle leaf and lemongrass.
Place one heaped teaspoon of loose herbs per cup of boiling water. Infuse for 5 minutes, strain, cool and enjoy. Drink one to three cups per day. Contains caffeine (from green tea). Do not exceed recommended amount. Not suitable in pregnancy and breastfeeding. If you take any medication, please consult one of our medical herbalists or a healthcare practitioner before use. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool and dry place.