Anxietea Ceramic Jar with Tea (80g)
Sink into a cushioned bed of calm with the soothing aroma of Anxietea. From a smooth first sip to final drop, you will feel centred by this well-balanced brew. Gentle herbs and spices create fullness and complexity with just a hint of sweet licorice root. Everything is in harmony.
This ceramic jar will look gorgeous on your countertop and is sold with 80g of Anxietea.
Please read below for details on ingredients, brewing instructions and precautions.
A unique blend of herbal ingredients designed to bring your mind, body and soul back to a state of calm. Anxietea helps to lower your levels of stress hormones so you can centre your thinking.
Ingredients are sourced from small-scale cooperatives all around the world, then blended locally to provide the best possible therapeutic experience.
We’re the only tea company that specialises in mental health in New Zealand and we’re dedicated to creating a community that openly supports good mental well-being. 5% of all Anxietea sales go towards New Zealand Mental Health Foundation..
Anxietea's herbs may help:
Hypericum: Uplifts and balances mood
Licorice root: Fights adrenal exhaustion and soothes upset stomachs
Cinnamon: Naturally regulates blood sugar
Peppermint: The menthol within peppermint leaves is an effective muscle relaxant
Nettle: Contains potassium, magnesium, and iron
Raspberry leaf: Rich in B-complex vitamins to help reduce stress
Rose petals: Ancient Chinese medicine known to relieve insomnia and anxiousness
SERVE - Straight black. Drink one to two cups throughout the day or when needed.
MEASURE - 1 teaspoon (1g) per cup (150ml)
BREWING TIME - 2 to 4 minutes
DRINK ME ICED - Brew straight and pour over ice, add local honey to taste
Shake contents before opening. Do not microwave. To avoid external contamination seal immediately after use. Keep away from heat and moisture. Store in fridge in hot and humid climates.
Check ingredients for known allergies, health impacts or over-sensitivity
Discontinue use if irritation occurs
If you have health concerns, see your healthcare professional