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Orange Sunshine (3-pack)

Orange Sunshine (3-pack)

Orange Sunshine


This tea was created for medicinal use. This elixir aids in pain and was crafted for the common cold. Orange Sunshine tastes blissful and naturlly relaxes nerves.


Infused with:


  • Nettle is a natural antihistamine. Nettle has many health benefits such as: protects heart health, alleviates pain and inflammation, supports eye health, inhibits oxidative stress, reduces risk of infection, aids in urinary tract health, may lower blood pressure and help manage blood sugar levels, is proven to aid in arthritis, may treat benign prostatic hyperplasia, and contains polyphenols. 
  • Hibiscus is packed with antioxidents, helps to lower blood pressure, may help lower blood fat levels, boosts liver health, promotes weight loss, contains compounds that help to prevent cancer, fights bacteria, rejuvinates the skin from the inside out, and helps to relieve anxiety and depression. 
  • Rose contains polyphenols, which are antioxidents that work to protect your body from cell damage. Rose has been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and cognitive diseases. Rose is a good source of hydration and may help to relieve menstrual pain.
  • Lavender tea is inherently soothing and relaxing. Lavender can help soothe digestive issues ranging from diarrhea to nausea and stomach cramps. The anti-inflammatory properties of lavender help soothe irritated stomach muscles, eliminating stomach pain. These same antispasmodic effects can help relieve indigestion, gas, and bloating, as well as aid in menstrual pain.
  • Rhodiola Rosea relieves stress and helps to balance brain chemicals such as melatonin, that makes you sleepy, and serotonin, which makes you feel energized and happy. This root helps fight fatigue, aids in neuroprotection and mild to moderate depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia syndrome, and ADHD.
  • Gotu Kola may help boost cognitive function, may help treat Alzheimer's disease, may help reduce anxiety and stress, may act as an antidepressant, may improve circulation and reduce swelling, may help ease insomnia, may help reduce appearance of stretch marks, may help relieve joint pain, nd may have a detox effect. 
  • Chamomile lowers testosterone, is loaded with antioxidants that may play a role in lowering your risk of several diseases, including heart disease and cancer. Chamomile has properties that may aid sleep and digestion, as well as aids in menstrual pain. This daisy-like flower is synonymous with calm, making it among the most well-known stress-soothing teas. One 2016 study found that long-term use of chamomile extract significantly reduced moderate to severe symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).
  • Peppermint lowers testosterone, may ease digestive upsets, may help relieve tension headaches and migraines, may freshen breath and aid in oral health, may relieve clogged sinuses, may improve energy, may help relieve menstrual cramps, may fight bacterial infections, may improve sleep, may aid weightloss, aids in menstrual pain, and may improve seasonal allergies and concentration.
  • Licorice Root lowers testosterone, aids in digestion, and soothes symptoms associated with nausea and upset stomach. The tea also boasts antispasmodic effects, which may help with gas and bloating. Recent research shows there may be some benefits for healthy digestion.
  • Sage is high in several nutrients, is loaded with antioxidants, may support oral health, may ease menopause symptoms, may reduce blood sugar levels, may support memory and brain health, may lower 'bad' LDL cholesterol, may protect against certain cancers, may may combat skin aging, may support bone health, and may alleviate diarrhea.
  • Cayenne improves circulation and digestion. Cayenne possibly protects against heart disease, work as a natural mood booster, and clear toxins from the blood (via Very Well Fit). Men's Journal calls Cayenne Pepper tea a natural decongestant, particularly if prepared with lemon and honey. The chili pepper helps boost your metabolism and aids in feeling more energized, all without caffeine. Plus the tea is often used to help temporarily loosen up congestion due to colds and allergies.
  • Dried Orange helps with constipation. Orange peels contain pectin, which prevents constipation and improves the health of the digestive system. Dried orange regulates blood sugar levels, is packed with fibers, is a fat burner, and improves lung health. 
  • Elderberry: Some studies have shown that elderberries can boost immunity to decrease the length and severity of cold and flu symptoms. They contain several minerals as well as dietary fiber, fat, and proteins. Drinking elderberry tea regularly may also help to lower your blood sugar by stimulating glucose metabolism.
  • Ashwaganda tea may help to reduce inflammation. The root contains anti-inflammatory properties that can protect overall health. Inflammation has been shown to naturally relax blood vessels, which can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels to protect heart health. Ashwaganda is a medicinal herb that may offer several health benefits, such as improved blood sugar, inflammation, mood, memory, stress and anxiety, as well as a boost in muscle strength and fertility. Dosages vary depending on your needs, but 250–500 mg per day for at least one month seem effective. 


Recommended additions to add to Teas:


       ~Small suggestions on how to spice up or sweeten your Flower Teas~


*Add fresh lemon

*Add fresh orange

*Add a spoonful of honey

*Add a small spoonful of coconut oil to hot tea

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