Traditional Medicinals believes that any hot tea can comfort you, but the right blend will benefit you while it comforts you. This is why they create their teas with high quality and care. So, whether you’re a big tea drinker, who is dedicated to daily consumption, or someone trying to get into the routine of drinking more teas for a healthier lifestyle, these teas are a great way to introduce yourself to the many herbs that exist, all with many different benefits. That’s a Perfect Cup of Traditional Medicinals Herbal Tea for sure.
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“Plant kindness and gather love.”
Now, that it’s officially November, I’ve realized that it is much closer to the winter season here in NYC than I’d like to think. Haha!
Therefore, you know what that means, right? More soups, teas, hot drinks, and anything else that is warm enough to help us through those chilled days and possible snow-filled months ahead. One of my favorites on any given chilled day is tea.
For some time, I’ve been a huge fan of the Traditional Medicinals brand, because of their fresh herbal taste (as well as their array of choices in teas) and the fact that they are organic.
I’ve especially loved the Dandelion Root tea flavor and have since favored the Green Tea-Dandelion flavor as well. Such a great combo by the way!
Anyway, most recently, Traditional Medicinals gifted me with a few boxes of their teas (Thanks so much to the Traditional Medicinals team first and foremost!) and I’ve enjoyed them a ton.
Their organic Mountain Tea and Moringa flavors are really awesome! These teas are definitely a great addition to the start of your morning or are a nice way to soothe your night before bed.
Plus, you can always drink your teas cold if you’re not a fan of them hot! I would also recommend their Chamomile with Lavender tea when needing to relax and keep calm. Trust me, it works!
The other awesome thing about these teas are that they are categorized on their site by their “beneficial factor” such as Detox, Digestive aides, Herbal, for Kids, Laxatives, Relaxation…..you name it!
Literally, you can find almost every type of tea on their site! If interested, you can locate it: Traditional Medicinal Teas!
Now, let’s talk about the two new flavors that I’ve since tried and their highlights:
Mountain Tea with Lemon Balm & Caraway
- Herbal power: Used throughout the Balkan Peninsula for millennia to support everyday wellness.
- Reason to love: Celebrated by ancient elders and wise Greek grandmas alike as a home remedy, mountain tea is the stuff of legends. With epic nicknames such as “Ironwort,” “The Tea of the Gods,” and “The Tea of the Titans,” mountain tea can’t help but evoke a feeling of heroism against the odds. Reinforced with lemon balm and caraway for digestive support,* this satisfying tea taps into an age-old root of wellness. Supplement your apple-a-day with the herb praised by the ancients.
- Taste: Earthy and mildly floral.
Moringa with Spearmint & Sage
I’m fortunate to have a wonderful selection of teas, however, I’ve been contemplating on whether or not I’d like to invest in a Keurig and add a new collection of coffees to the mix since my husband is more of a coffee drinker (it’s a good booster for long work hours!). I say, why not?! You can never have too many teas and coffee, right?
Speaking of never having too many teas, here are the top 5 health benefits of tea:
1. Tea contains antioxidants
2. Tea may reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke
3. Tea may help with weight loss
4. Tea may help protect your bones
5. Tea may boost the immune system
At the very least, drinking teas (in general!) are a flavorful way of getting enough fluid into your body each day.
On top of that, studies have shown that teas aid in the improvement of your health by helping in the protection of your teeth and your heart, as well as possibly even helping to prevent cancer and heart attack and stroke.