Ginger

As well as being an age-old anti-nausea remedy, ginger is the go-to spice for healthy digestion.

Thanks to two compounds called gingerols and shogaols, ginger helps to increase food absorption while gently stimulating the emptying of the stomach, making it great for alleviating a full or bloated tummy after a big meal.

Lemongrass

Your must-have herb for cleansing from within, lemongrass helps flush out toxins and reduce water retention that leads to bloating. As well as being a natural diuretic, lemongrass also keeps your digestive functions in check, which is why people have used it to soothe and settle their stomachs for centuries.

Tulsi

A natural immunity enhancer, tulsi is an ancient herb that helps ward off respiratory illnesses, like colds, bronchitis and asthma.

With anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties aplenty, tulsi works to reduce tension in your chest, which helps to ease coughs and soothe sore throats while helping your body expel phlegm.

Cinnamon

An immune-boosting all-star, cinnamon is packed with antioxidants and antibacterial compounds that help fight off infections, viruses and drug-resistant fungi.

Cinnamon also disrupts a nasty type of bacteria called a biofilm, which coats medical devices and wreaks havoc on hospital-acquired infections. If that wasn’t enough, cinnamon may help reduce PMS and menstrual cramps too.

Passionflower

With its stress-soothing and sleep-promoting superpowers, passionflower is nature’s nervous system nurturer.

This powerful botanical helps boost the level of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in our brains. GABA helps regulate mood and lower brain activity by countering the neurotransmitters that cause excitement. So passionflower may have a calming effect, which can help alleviate anxiety and insomnia and encourage a more restful sleep.

Chamomile

The queen of calm, the saviour of sleep, chamomile is renowned for its relaxing properties and it’s all because of an antioxidant called apigenin.

Found in abundance in chamomile, apigenin binds to specific receptors in the brain that may help decrease tension and anxiety and initiate a good night’s sleep

Bacon Avocado Leaf

Naturally high in Quercetin, fibre, minerals, and other antioxidants, these Mexican variety Bacon avocado leaves are your one-stop shop for whole-body health and wellness. Full of active nutrients that support healthy digestion, immunity, blood circulation, strong bones and stress relief, there’s no system in the body the humble avocado leaf doesn’t support. *Please note all of our tea blends are made with a special Bacon variety leaf and not Hass variety leaves.