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5 Super Energizing Tea Recipes

October 14, 2018

5 Super Energizing Tea Recipes

 

On chilly mornings, a cup of hot tea is fortifying to the mind and body. Adding specific invigorating and strengthening herbs to your tea provides a powerful boost to help you feel energized and radiant all day long. Much of the natural world goes dormant during the winter, but us humans still need to get up and go every day. If your energy is lagging, try one of these hot tea elixirs to kick-start your day.

These recipes contain concentrated herbal extracts, also called tinctures, which are made by soaking healing herbs in food-grade alcohol for a period of time. Adding even just a few drops of an herbal tincture to hot tea can add big benefits, and the hot water evaporates the alcohol.

To prepare, brew the tea according and stir in 10 to 15 drops of the herbal tincture while the tea is piping hot. Sweeten if you like, or enjoy the flavors au naturel.

 

Wake up your brain

With a hit of caffeine, abundant antioxidants, and circulation-boosting spices, this recipe is for anyone who needs a sharp, quick, and clear mind, including:

  • Techies
  • Number crunchers
  • School teachers
  • Lawyers

The flavor: fragrant black tea with spices

Caffeine: medium

You will need:

A cup of freshly brewed Lucky Morning Spice

10-15 drops of Liquid Einstein tincture

 

 

Longevity booster

With ultra-healthy green tea and adaptogenic Chinese herbs, this brew is for folks who want to build health and vitality over the long term. Try this if you:

  • Are over 40
  • Have been under long term stress
  • Need to bring balance to your mind and body
  • Wish to protect your health long term

The flavor: grassy, green, mildly sweet

Caffeine: low

You will need:

A cup of freshly brewed Ginseng Green Dragon

10-15 drops of Deep Adrenal tincture

 

Sustained fuel

This blend of rich oolong and puehr teas with satisfying coconut and chocolate provides long lasting fuel, and is ideal for:

  • Long work days
  • Busy people
  • Before a workout of physical demands
  • Multi-taskers

The flavor: toasty, with hints of coconut and cocoa

Caffeine: medium

You will need:

A cup of freshly brewed Bulletproof Breakfast

10-15 drops of He shou wu tincture

 

 

Healthy heart booster

Tart and tangy caffeine-free blend promotes healthy blood flow and supports both heart and vision. Try this if you want:

  • A tasty, caffeine-free energy boost
  • Heart and blood pressure support
  • Natural vision support
  • Are over 50

The flavor: tart, tangy, fruity

Caffeine: zero

You will need:

A cup of freshly brewed Cranberry Apple Tart

10-15 drops of Bilberry tincture

 

Fat burning energizer

This tasty tea blend is tasty, warming, and feels like a hug on the inside. It’s great for people interested in:

  • Balancing blood sugar
  • Soothing and supporting digestion
  • Boosting metabolism and fat burning
  • Giving their liver a little extra love

The flavor: refreshing, with hints of cinnamon and mint

Caffeine: slight

You will need:

A cup of freshly brewed Sleek & Slender

10-15 drops of Ginseng tincture

 

Have a happy, healthy, energized autumn!

 

 




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