Ingredients: Tulsi, Lemon Grass, Rose Hips, Pau d’Arco, Blue Lotus
For the perfect cup of Study Time tea infuse one tea bag per 12 oz of freshly boiled water, brew for 9 to 15 minutes. Serve plain or sweetened.
Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), although also known as Holy Basil, orginated in India thousands of years ago. It is known for its rich antioxidant and adaptogenic properties that promote wellness by building the body’s immune system and promoting mental clarity. Drinking tulsi promotes a sense of well-being, relieves stress, supports immunity, strength and staminia, provides relief from cold, as well as fever and flu symptoms, and creates a healthy metabolism. Tulsi has been revered in India for over five thousand years and is known to bestow an amazing number of health benefits.
Lemongrass tea is a refreshing, citrus drink which has many properties for leading a healthier lifestyle. Lemongrass tea health benefits are predominately to do with the cancer-beating qualities
Rosehips are the pods that grow at the base of the rose flower. They are known for their high content of vitamin C, a much higher percent than oranges. Rose hips are excellent for preventing colds and the flu.
In the trees’ native range, folk herbalists use pau d’arco bark and leaves for medicinal purposes. Western medical scientists have isolated two key compounds, lapachol and beta-lapachone, which may be responsible for pau d’arco’s medicinal properties. Researchers isolated a substance in Lapacho tea that apparently contains a chemical chain, anti-tumor agent.