Consuming and inhaling compounds in rosemary have been shown to reduce anxiety, boost mood, and improve concentration and memory.
WHY SHOULD YOU GET OUR ROSEMARY TEA?
WHY ROSEMARY TEA SHOULD BE PART OF YOUR LIFESTYLE?
Rosemary tea is an herbal tea and is rich in vitamins, iron, and calcium. The herb is commonly used in culinary dishes and to make essential oils. Rosemary is a perennial plant, making it a popular garden plant. You can brew the tea using rosemary leaves straight from your garden.
In ancient times, rosemary tea was used to treat everything from hair loss to digestive system ailments. Today, research shows rosemary tea may be beneficial to health when combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle.
1. Streamlines Digestion
Drinking rosemary tea can help improve digestive processes that keep your gut healthy and happy. Rosemary tea boasts antispasmodic properties that help to reduce gas and bloating. This herbal tea also supports healthy gut bacteria and improves nutrient absorption.
Rosemary tea also contains carnosic acid, a compound that helps balance the microflora and good bacteria in your gut. Drinking rosemary tea can help your digestive system recover after a bout of illness or improve an upset stomach. A healthy gut microbiome means your body can help fend off infections more easily and can also help aid weight loss since your body processes fats more efficiently.
2. Helps Eliminate Free Radicals
Rosemary tea is rich in antioxidants that help boost overall health and prevent damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are cells that wreak havoc in the body by causing oxidative stress, which is the body's form of rust. Oxidative stress has been linked to serious illness including Alzheimer's disease, premature aging, and certain types of cancer.
The antioxidant activity of rosemary tea helps to flush out free radicals and prevent the onset of oxidative stress. These potent antioxidants mostly consist of tea polyphenols and flavonoids.
3. Boosts Immune Health
Rosemary helps boost immunity thanks to its rich concentration of antioxidants and vitamins. Rosemary tea contains high amounts of vitamin C, which has been shown to boost immune health and prevent illness caused by bacteria and viruses. Rosemary tea also has high concentrations of vitamin A, magnesium, potassium, and calcium to keep your immune system working at peak levels.
4. Regulates Blood Sugar and Heart Health
Rosemary tea contains camphene, luteolin, and carnosol, which help to regulate blood sugar levels and promote heart health. In a study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology, researchers examined the mechanism of rosemary tea on heart health. Researchers found that rosmarinic acid helps to inhibit the peroxidation of lipids in rabbits.
Another study published in 2017 found that rosemary tea may help lower high blood pressure. Results showed that rosemary tea acts as a blood thinner, helping to improve circulation and decrease the risk of blood clots and heart attacks.
5. Promotes Hair Growth
Rosemary oil has long been touted as a natural remedy for premature hair loss conditions such as alopecia. Drinking rosemary tea may offer some of the same benefits. Rosemary tea helps to increase blood circulation, which stimulates hair follicles and increases hair growth. The increased circulation also delivers vital nutrients to hair follicles that help to build stronger strands.
You can also use rosemary tea topically as a hair rinse or shampoo to boost hair growth. A rosemary hair rinse can help to eliminate dandruff and remove product build-up that can weigh down hair.
DRINK IT WARM
DRINK IT COLD
This is purely Rosemary tea and does not include sugar, color, fragrance, or any other herb.
This is a loose tea pouch and can make 20-25 cups of tea easily.
Minty to Herbaceous
Yellow to Brown
HOW TO MAKE IT?
1. Pour 1 cup of water into your kettle and bring it to a boil.
2. Turn off the heat and add 1 teaspoon of tea. Now, cover your kettle so that the steam doesn’t escape. Steep for 8-10 minutes.
3. Strain your tea properly and enjoy the warm cup.
To make an ICED tea, add 5-6 cubes into your cup and stir well.
“Add Honey/Sugar to enhance the flavor”
Results may vary from person to person. For maximum health benefits, our teas should be consumed in conjunction with a balanced diet and exercise routine.
Our teas are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, nor as a substitute for any treatment or surgery that may have been prescribed by your physician.
You should consult your physician before treating yourself with teas, mixing them with any medications, or taking them instead of prescribed medication.
Mother Nature provides us with all that we need in life.