Loose Leaf Teas
Energy & Focus Tea
Looking for an energy boost that doesn't impact your heartrate or blood pressure? Most of our caffeinated beverages these days actually increase cortisol levels (stress response), increase blood pressure, increase heart rate, and even surge blood sugar. (Even if you have it unsweetened.) Size: 2.5 oz
This blend not only gives you balanced energy, but you can drink it throughout the day without the fear of crashing or being able to fall asleep at night.
This Tea Blend May Help:
Natural Energy Boost, Mental Clarity, Arthritis & Joint Pain, Boost Memory, Reduce Anxiety, Reduce Inflammation, Mood Regulation, Digestive Aid
Recommended to drink 2-3 cups a day if you're looking for the most benefits with the possible symptoms listed above.
Moringa • Rich in amino acid, vitamins, and minerals, leaves from the Moringa tree are a great natural energy booster, despite the fact that they are caffeine-free.
Sarsaparilla • High in antioxidants. Chemicals in sarsaparilla might help decrease pain and inflammation. Some chemicals might also kill cancer cells or slow down their growth.
Cinnamon • While cinnamon works to keep blood sugar levels stable, it also helps to stabilize your energy levels, preventing the sugar spike and crash into fatigue that can happen thanks to meals and snacks.
Cacao Nibs • Cacao nibs contain healthy fats and other compounds that can increase the levels of the hormones serotonin and dopamine in your brain. Heobromine is an alkaloid responsible for the stimulating effects of cacao. It is a heart stimulant, dilates blood vessels and reduces blood pressure.
Rosemary • Consuming rosemary have been shown to reduce anxiety, boost mood, and improve concentration and memory.
Gotu Kola • Contains many nutrients and healing phytochemicals. As one of the primary energy herbs, gotu kola lessens fatigue and depression without the effects of caffeine.
Licorice Root • This herb contains Glycyrrhizin which mimics the body's stress hormone, cortisol, and thus may help maintain energy levels during periods of stress. On the other hand, liquiritin has demonstrated neuroprotective effects, which can contribute to improved mental energy and cognitive function.