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From Tea of Life Wellness Teas

Ayurvedic Organic De-Stress Tea. Sri Lankan Green Tea processed in compliance with the tradition Chinese technology is blended with calming and stress relieving herbs such a Lemongrass, Centella Asiatica (Gokukola), Ginger Fennel, Cummin Seed and Lavender Buds in accordance with a proprietary recipe to make this exotic De-Stress Tea. The rich, natural and refreshing aroma and flavor of these valuable herbs imparts the joy of a tea for relation while calming the whole body.

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This tea is ridiculously savory and all I can taste is cumin. I only drink it so that I feel more “hip” and “yogi-like”. I would NOT recommend purchasing this.

Ingredients: Green Tea with Lemongrass, Gotukola, Ginger, Lavender Buds, Cumin Seed, Fennel.

Flavors: Lemongrass

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When I brewed this, I was looking to relax a little bit. Maybe not destress so much as just something to find a sense of inner calm and I have to admit that this tea did that. It’s a functional tea that does what it claims.

The cumin is strong in this but it isn’t overwhelming. It has a sort of curry-ish type of flavor, with notes of green tea and citrus. I taste the ginger and licorice but I don’t get a lot of lavender flavor.

Overall, a pleasant tea. Most functional teas I find to be quite medicinal, but I like that this is a little more like a savory broth rather than a medicine. Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2014/04/22/ayurvedic-de-stress-tea-from-tea-of-life/

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Okay taste. Light smell, nothing special though. And yea I do actually feel less stressed out.

Ready for yet another tea oddity? This one is a bit more down to earth then other teas but it still has a few ingredients that I think will make your eyebrows raise. Centella Asiatica (Gotukola) is its name. Having an interesting background is its game. There is quite a bit that I could on and talk about with this herb, both its good and bad things but I figure if you guys are really interested you can do that on your own. It’s a short article so don’t worry. http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/gotu-kola-000253.htm

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