If you feel you no longer have the resilience to meet life’s many challenges, you may have exhausted adrenals and a slow thyroid. By drinking this tea daily, you will allow a healthy response to stress to be restored along with increased energy for life. Rejuvenating the adrenals can improve sleep too, so that you can relax and not feel constantly stressed out. This Nourishing Adrenal & Thyroid Tea is delicious – with a light, mellow and fruity taste matching its natural rosy colour. You will be so glad you made this tea part of your daily routine!
Endocrine glands such as the adrenals and thyroid especially need certain minerals and natural absorbable Vitamin C. With the Nourishing Adrenal & Thyroid Tea you will be getting natural plant-based Vitamin C and Vitamin B’s, minerals like Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Iron and other beneficial, strengthening nutrients from organic and wildcrafted herbs that provide the powerful nutrition needed by your adrenals and thyroid glands.
Slow nourishing of the adrenals with this herbal tea allows the adrenals to rebuild over time. You can’t rush the adrenals with stimulants, as this may create more stress on them. You can recognise this by a shaky feeling or complete burnout. Nourishing the adrenals and rebuilding their health can have a beneficial effect on your thyroid and the rest of your endocrine system. Stabilising your adrenals with nutritional and herbal support may help both glands remain in better balance.
Rose Hips, Oat Top/Seed, Oat Straw, Holy Basil Leaf, Nettle Seed & Nettle Leaf.
Contains no sugar, no animal products, no GMOs and no fillers.
Drink fresh daily, 2 to 4 cups a day. We recommend making a pint or quart of tea at a time to drink all day. This tea is slightly energising, so drink it in the morning and throughout the day, but not just before bed.
This tea is not powdered, but contains whole or cut dried herbs, leaves, seeds and fruit which benefit from soaking and simmering to extract their beneficial properties.
Mild Tea: 1 Tablespoon dry herbs in each pint of water, or 2 Tablespoons per quart.
Strong Tea: 3 Tablespoons per quart of water.
- Put dry tea in a tea ball of stainless steel in a small pot of pure water to soak. If you have don’t have a tea ball, just soak the herbs in the pot of water. You can strain it later when it is ready.
- Soak for at least 15 minutes to a couple of hours (even overnight is fine) in a covered pot.
- Bring to a simmer in a covered pot and immediately turn off, and leave on warm stove to steep.
- Pour off tea into a cup and enjoy.
- May be stored in a container or left in the pot to drink all day.