a gift pack of 2 eco pouches of loose herbal tea with rose and camomile with a chna plate and a heart shaped tea strainer on salmon pink linen
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Peace Package;
Pure organic herbal floral tea for gifts, care packages or self care.
One plastic free packet of calming and uplifting Heart's Ease tea blend made with camomile, lavender and rose. A lovely tasting and beneficial tea, naturally caffeine free. This comes with a stainless steel heart shaped tea infuser and a packet of loose leaf camomile. Loose leaf teas not only reduce waste and packaging but also do not contain micro plastics

Directions: either fill a tea pot with freshly boiled water and a teaspoon or so ofherbal tea per cup and steep for a good 5 minutes
Place a teaspoon or so of the tea for each cup in an enamel pan (metal pans can interfere with the herbs!) and boil up for about 3 minutes.
As always ! Strain the tea when pouring yourself a lovely cup.

This is the perfect care package or gift to some one bringing all the benefits of these wonderful tasty peace giving herbs.

Some Health Benefits of the Herbs in Heart's Ease Tea:

According to USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, chamomile tea contains many vitamins and minerals that include potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, thiamin, riboflavin, and vitamin A. Other nutrients include folate, iron, and zinc. According to research published in the The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, chamomile tea can be an overall sleep aid, particularly for people who struggle with sleep apnea and restless sleep. Drinking a warm cup of non-caffeinated chamomile tea can help you fall asleep faster and wake up feeling more refreshed. It is recommended for women going through the postpartum period as a supplement for better sleep
If you are suffering from stomach irritation, ranging anywhere from mild bloating to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms, chamomile tea can be a major help, it has anti-inflammatory properties that help ease the twisting nature of your gut and allow for the passage of gas and smoother bowel movements. It also cures stomach ulcer pains and spasms.

Chamomile tea helps to flush out water, liquids, and other wastes from the body, meaning it acts as a diuretic. This property not only aids in weight loss but also improves overall digestion and fights off bloating. Research has shown that chamomile tea can be useful for people suffering from diabetes. By helping lower blood sugar levels and regulating the amount of insulin in the blood, the powerful organic chemicals in it help to eliminate massive drops and spikes in blood sugar.

The phenolic compounds present in chamomile tea helps to strengthen your immune system and ward off infections. The other compounds present in chamomile tea also fights cold, flu, and sinus, ultimately, relieving congestion.
After a long day at work, the warm, soothing nature of this beverage can help increase the levels of serotonin and melatonin in your body. These hormones can successfully eliminate stress and worry.

According to a U.S. Journal, it also provides instant relief from migraines and headaches. while also slowing down your mind and eliminating the classic symptoms of anxiety. 1-2 cups of chamomile tea per day can do a significant help against chronic stress. Research suggests that chamomile tea can also treat the symptoms of depression in postpartum women.

Chamomile extract helps to stimulate the activity of osteoblasts, the cells which build bones. Thus, the tea can help increase bone density, ultimately helping you stay away from the condition of osteoporosis.

Some studies suggest that consuming lavender as a tea can help digestive issues such as vomiting, nausea, intestinal gas, upset stomach, and abdominal swelling. Studies have concluded that consuming lavender tea after a long – tiring day or gym session can help alleviate muscle soreness. Enriched with polyphenols properties, lavender tea works as an anti-inflammatory agent. It can combat bodily inflammations caused by external or internal factors without hurting your overall well-being. You can also sip on some warm lavender tea in case of injury to boost the recovery process (However, in a severe case, it is suggested to consult with your primary care physician to rejuvenate damaged cells and tissues).

By brewing Heart's Ease tea, packed with organic lavender flowers in hot water, you can steep a wonderful tea that has been used to induce sleep and relaxation for thousands of years. This is closely linked to the flower’s impact on the nervous system, and can also help clear your mind of negative thoughts. It is commonly used in meditation techniques and to repel anxiety and lower stress.
The relaxing qualities of lavender, which come from its organic compounds and antioxidants, also help the heart by reducing blood pressure and easing the tension on blood vessels. This can prevent atherosclerosis and other cardiovascular problems, thereby lowering the risk of stroke and heart attack.
Studies have confirmed the anti-anxiety properties of lavender as well as many other medicinal benefits; Lavender helps with restlessness, nervousness, and insomnia, helps with depression symptoms and can be used for painful and inflammatory conditions including migraines and joint pain.

Rose Petals:
The naturally uplifting quality of rose tea makes it an excellent choice for those who are feeling down, depressed, or overly stressed. The effect that this type of tea can have on hormone levels is well known, which is closely related to how the neurotransmitters in our brain are regulated. The natural sedative property of rose tea makes it a wonderful beverage to finish a night, allowing it to reduce inflammation, ease stress, and regulate hormones related to Circadian rhythm and sleep patterns.
Commonly prescribed or recommended for soothing the respiratory tracts, lungs, and throat, rose tea is an excellent choice if you are struggling with a cold, flu, bronchitis, or other condition that affects the respiratory system. It also helps to expel mucus and phlegm, which is where bacteria and other pathogens can live and thrive.
The active ingredients in rose tea can help to improve liver function and increase urination. As a natural diuretic, it can relieve fluid retention, in case you are holding water, while also speeding the release of toxins from the body. The antibacterial properties of this tea quickly go to work on any infections in the gastrointestinal tract or gut. It can help to rebalance the microflora in the intestines and relieve digestive issues like constipation, cramping, bloating or diarrhea. That being said, rose tea can act as a laxative, consume the Heart's Ease tea in moderation and monitor how your body reacts when you first begin drinking this beverage, starting with 3 cups per day and increasing as desired from there.

Peace Package contains;
1 X stainless steel heart tea infuser
1 X Heart's Ease Loose Leaf Organic Tea Blend
1 X Organic Camomile Loose Leaf Tea

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