• Healtheries Lemon & Ginger Tea 20 tea bags

♦ Product Description:

Healtheries Lemon & Ginger Tea is deliciously tangy in flavour with a zesty aroma. Blended with soothing and warming herbs. Caffeine free alternative to tea and coffee that is delicious served hot or chilled over ice.
Why use Healtheries Lemon & Ginger Tea?
Feeling slightly off colour or need something to settle the tummy? Healtheries Lemon & Ginger Tea combines the tang of lemon, the spice of ginger, and a quiet suggestion of apple which is both warming and comforting.  
Ginger and lemon have traditionally been used in hot drinks to help ease digestion and nausea and symptoms of colds and flus. Being caffeine free it is an excellent alternative to tea and coffee. You can enjoy a cup hot or chilled over ice perfect on a hot summers day!
Great for
  • A caffeine free alternative to tea and coffee
  • A sweet and tangy tasting treat
  • An alternative to high-sugar drinks
  • Serving hot or chilled over ice for a cool summer drink
♦ Ingredient: 
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) (25%)
Apple (Malus sylvestris) (20%)
Rosehip (Rosa canina) 
Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa)
Lemon Peels (Citrus limon) (5%)
Orange Peels (Citrus sinensis)
Elderberry (Sambucus nigra)
Acid (Citric Acid)
Elderberries (sambucus nigra)
Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
♦ Directions: 
To make your delicious brew, pour freshly boiled water over a tea bag and let it infuse for 3-5 minutes before removing. You can adjust the flavour by how long you allow the teabag to infuse. Milk and sugar is not required but if you require sweetening, add a small amount of honey. You may enjoy this tea served hot, or cooled and served with ice. You may like to add a slice of lemon, orange peel or cinnamon stick while it infuses.

♦ Note:

For safety during pregnancy we recommend consuming no more than 1 cup daily.

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