Bilberry Chamomile Bliss

Our Dr. Oz inspired bilberry blend helps stem dinner cravings and relax the body. Wild bilberry balances blood sugar, resulting in reduced sweet craving. Organic chamomile and lavender soothes and relaxes. Rose hip gives this tea a vitamin C boost.



This caffeine free tea is smooth and pleasant, perfect for an evening tea. Also nice throughout the day between meals.

Steeping Time Steep: 7-10 Minutes
Amount: 1 Tsp. Per 6 oz.
Steeping Temperature Water Temp: 212° F
Caffeine FreeCaffeine Free
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Bilberry, Stems Dessert Cravings

A relative of the blueberry, bilberry is similar in appearance. Bilberries are smaller and darker in color than blueberries. While the inner pulp of a blueberry is light green, the pulp of a bilberry is red or purple. Bilberries are rich in anthocyanins, which has a variety of health benefits, including cancer prevention, anti-aging, and anti-inflammatory properties.

According to a Japanese study, antioxidants in bilberry may help balance blood sugar levels and increase insulin sensitivity, resulting in reduced sweet cravings.

Preliminary studies indicate that bilberry consumption may inhibit or reverse eye disorders such as macular degeneration.

Chamomile: Soothes and Aids Digestion

Chamomile has a long history of use in Europe for digestive ailments. The active constiuents of chamomile have anti-inflammatory properties, and ease spasm and discomfort in the digestive tract.. Chamomile is also desired for its calming and antimicrobial effects.

Lavender: Relieves Anxiety

Lavender has been used in teas and culinary dishes for its floral and sweet flavor, as well as its relaxing qualities. A recent clinical study found that lavender is effective at treating anxiety.

Ingredients: Wild Bilberry, Organic & Fair Trade Chamomile, Organic Lavender, Organic Roses, Organic Rosehips, Organic Pink Peppercorn

Additional Info

Additional Info

Tin Weight (ounces) No
Ingredients Wild Bilberry, Organic & Fair Trade Chamomile, Organic Lavender, Organic Roses, Organic Rosehips, Organic Pink Peppercorn
Steep Temperature 212° F
Steep Time 7-10 Minutes
Caffeine Level Caffeine Free
Amount Tea 1 Tsp. Per 6 oz.
Multiple Infusion? No
Tea Attributes Anti-Aging, Arthritis/Inflammation, Blood Sugar/Diabetes, Stress
Choose Color No

Reviews

Customer Reviews (5)

Excellent!Review by Jaime
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One of my favorite teas! Delicious! Helps curb cravings for sure! (Posted on 3/29/2017)
Nice ChamomileReview by Noreen
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Not my favorite, but they can't all be. I still find no reason to give this tea anything but 5 stars. Very mild, pleasant flavor. Soothing and comforting tea. (Posted on 3/15/2017)
Calming and restorativeReview by Irene
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When I saw the name Dr. Oz I was worried this would taste horrible, however it tastes quite pleasant. I've had a cup before bed for the last couple of days and I've slept like a baby, I'm calmed down and a little sleepy and I wake up alert. I definitely recommend this tea. (Posted on 1/12/2017)
A lovely chamomileReview by Maureen
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My favorite chamomile tea is the Banana Dulce so I could only give the Bilberry Bliss four stars. My friends have commented on what a delicious chamomile they find it to be and it is quite good. (Posted on 11/29/2016)
Weight loss?Review by Gina
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I guess this is not really a weight loss tea, since there is nothing here that increases metabolism... but it tastes great, and I have lost weight using it. I think its because my stress has gone down (no stress eating) and the bilberries actually help with sweets cravings. Overall, this is a great product! (Posted on 4/27/2016)

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