White Ginseng Detox

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Fruity and sweet, with the energizing power of ginseng and raspberry, this blend gets its depth of character and cleansing energy from distinctive roots like burdock and dandelion.

Water: 212°F / Boiling / Leaves: 1 tablespoon per 8 oz / Infusion Time: 4-5 minutes / Ingredients: Organic schizandra berry, organic white ginseng, organic burdock root, organic rosehips, organic peppermint, organic licorice root, organic dandelion root and organic raspberry. Origin: Rishi blend.

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Okay – for the rest of the day I am trying new teas or at least new to me teas that I have been sitting on for a while so there should be some really weird or different combo’s coming from me! LOL

As for Ginseng – I don’t really have anything against it – I know it’s good for you so I am all for that! But I am not real big on the SMELL of it so I guess that is why I have been keeping this one on the back burner so to speak.

As this infuses it totally smells like Ginseng and it’s very herbally.

This doesn’t TASTE bad tho! Sure…it’s a little medicine-E tasting but subtle. I think the berries and mint REALLY helped this one out! Without those two ingredients I don’t think I would like it. But this is alright…MUCH better than I expected. And the aftertaste is pretty fresh/refreshing.

I am going to stick with the HOT version because as it cools I can pick up on the licorice more. When it’s hot it’s not really noticeable.

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