This blend of ginger, turmeric, lemongrass and bladderwrack tea is packed with vitamins and trace minerals. It’s a wise choice for boosting your immunity, nourishing your bones and replenishing your bodies basic mineral requirements.
When used properly seaweed will work like a single note vibrating softly in the background. It is not overpowering but instead supports the flavor profile.
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What Your Body Needs
Seaweeds or sea plants have lived in the ocean since the beginning. They are some of the oldest plants on this earth.
Loaded with essential vitamins and trace minerals. On The Mend contains more than 50 minerals including iodine, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins A, B, C, E & K.
It’s a wise choice for boosting your immunity, nourishing your bones and replenishing your bodies basic mineral requirements.
Essential Vitamins & Minerals
You work hard in all that you do and your body deserves care. Sip this tea slowly and allow yourself the time to just be.
Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosis) is often recommended by herbalists and naturopaths as a supplement for under-active thyroid. Used to increase the iodine and mineral content of the tea. All our Ocean Blend teas use seaweed wild-harvested from Maine’s coastal waters.
Ginger root has a range of health benefits, including improving digestion, inflammation, blood sugar levels, and harmful cholesterol levels. With all the health benefits ginger has to offer and all the different ways you can consume ginger, it’s a no brainer to start incorporating it into your daily life!
Lemongrass has traditionally been used as a pain reliever and fever reducer. Lemongrass contains citral, a natural plant compound with anti-inflammatory effects. Lemongrass also contains iron, calcium, and vitamin C. Iron is an essential component of hemoglobin, a vital substance that transfers oxygen from your lungs to your blood.
Turmeric is a bright yellow aromatic powder derived from the rhizome of a plant, which is a member of the ginger family. Turmeric has long been recognized for its medicinal properties and has gained the interest of both the medical and scientific world, apart from its culinary uses.
How to Brew
Boil fresh spring water in a clean kettle. Preheat your mug or a teapot by pouring hot water in and out. This tea can be brewed 2-3 times, increasing the brew time for each additional brew.
185° - 205°
3-4 minutes depending on how strong you like your tea.