• Healtheries Wildberry with Blackberry, Raspberry & Blueberry 20 tea bags

♦ Product Description:

Healtheries Wildberry Tea combines the delicious flavours of summer berries with spicy cinnamon for a revitalising lift. Blended with soothing and stimulating herbs to relax the body and revive the soul. Caffeine free alternative to tea and coffee that is delicious served hot or chilled over ice
Why use Wildberry Tea?
We could all do with a natural revitalising lift during the day and what better way than through a tasty cuppa tea. Healtheries Wildberry Tea combines sweet juicy berry flavours with spicy cinnamon for a delicious taste and aroma.
Soothing and stimulating herbs are blended with blackberry, raspberry and blueberry to refresh the senses. 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 exotic tasting treat
  • An alternative to high-sugar drinks
  • Serving hot or chilled over ice for a cool summer drink
♦ Ingredient: 
Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa)
Rosehip (Rosa canina) 
Blackberry Leaves (Rubus fructicosus)
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum spec.)
Elderberries (Sambucus nigra)
Raspberry Leaves (Rubus idaeus)
Strawberry Leaves (Fragaria annanassa)
Blackberries (0.2%) (Rubus fruticosus)
Raspberries (0.2%) (Rubs idaeus)
Blueberries (0.2%) (Vaccinium myrtillus)
Strawberries (0.2%) (Fragaria ananassa)
♦ 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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