Where the sea meets the land is a special and unique place. As you walk along Maine’s coast you are greeted by a variety of fragrances, edible plants and berries. Our shoreline blend brings you an amalgamation of this fragrant paradise; an aromatic feeling of walking the paths along the edges and cliffs of Maine’s coast. Wild raspberries, ocean rose bushes and digitata help to elicit this uniquely satisfying experience. We are sure you will love our Our Digitata Seaweed Tea Blend!
About our digitata (laminaria digitata) It is deep growing, it prefers turbulent water, and it is a self preserver. This plant dries strong and dark, and it has a natural sweet smell. All our Ocean Blend teas use seaweed wild-harvested from Maine’s coastal waters. Laminaria digitata contains abundant vitamins, minerals, and trace elements, making it an excellent food product. These include calcium, potassium, iodine, iron, carotene, protein, alginic acid, laminaran, mannitol, niacin, phosphorus, the B complex vitamins and vitamin C.
Roses are one of the oldest flowers in the world, and have been referenced in literature, music, and art for centuries. They’re beloved by gardeners as a hardy, long-lasting plant. Rose petals are also high in phytonutrients, plant compounds with antioxidant properties. They are also a great source for Vitamin C, Iron, Calcium, Vitamin A and Vitamin E.
They provide potassium, essential to heart function, and proven to lower blood pressure. The omega-3 fatty acids in raspberries can help prevent stroke and heart disease. They also contain a mineral called manganese, which is necessary for healthy bones and skin and helps regulate blood sugar.
Drinking black tea is an excellent option if you are looking for an alternative of coffee or energy drinks. Black tea is not only a non-sweetened or less-calorie drink but also provides several health benefits as it contains powerful groups of polyphenols including epigallocatechin gallate, theaflavins, thearubigins, an amino acid L-theanine, and several other catechins or flavonoids.