Ingredients: White tea, Ginger Root, Orange Peel, Peach Pieces, Marigolds, Safflowers with Ginger, Orange & Peach flavoring
White tea is rich in antioxidants, is known to help regulate blood glucose, and metabolize fat. White tea mixed with Ginger Root, gives every cup a flavor and feeling of warmth, clarity, and spice.
“White tea consists of only the buds of the plant and is very rare, as it is harvested only two days of the year. Like all white teas, it is high in antioxidants and can potentially provide protection against a host of conditions… Brewed white tea may help lower blood glucose levels, potentially helping people suffering from diabetes… The antioxidants in white tea may help increase the rate of fat breakdown in your body.” (Source)
Ginger root has been used traditionally to improve a wide range of bodily functions. As a tea, Ginger has been proven to operate as a potent anti-inflammatory, soothing agent for digestive discomfort, and a tool to improve blood circulation and pressure. Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe, Zingiberaceae) rhizome (ginger root) is widely used as a spice or condiment (Larsen et al., 1999) and medical treatment for certain diseases (Awang, 1992; Mohd-Yusof et al., 2002; Tapsell et al., 2006). Ginger contains several compounds such as gingerol, gingerdiol, and gingerdione that possess strong antioxidant activity (Kikuzaki and Nakatani, 1996).
Below is a link for a published medical journal article that Chemical composition and antioxidant properties of ginger root (Zingiber officinale):
Brewing your tea doesn’t have to be hard; follow these steps for the perfect cup of tea.