Raspberry Lavender

A great 'night time' tea with soothing lavender, naturally sweet hibiscus and slightly tart raspberry. Try it with some honey.
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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This Raspberry Leaf Tea is a caffeine free soothing elixir that promotes calmness and relaxation. Note: Because this blend contains hibiscus it is NOT recommended during pregnancy.

Raspberry Leaves: Diarrhea, thrush, sore throat, canker sores, dysentery, urinary complaint, cold and fever sufferers find red raspberry tea is a reliable remedy. Raspberry leaf is also recommended for breastfeeding moms as it has been shown to increase milk supply. Abundant in potassium (441 ppm), calcium (121 ppm) and magnesium (93 ppm), it is also rich in all important trace minerals such as manganese (.52 ppm), zinc (.35 ppm), iron (.04 ppm) and chromium (.02 ppm). Raspberry leaf tea is a gentle, soothing, nourishing drink - morning, noon and night.

Lavender: Research has revealed that the essential oil of lavender may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness. Some studies even suggest that lavender can help digestive issues such as vomiting, nausea, intestinal gas, upset stomach, and abdominal swelling

Hibiscus: Numerous studies have shown that drinking tea from hibiscus helps lower blood pressure levels. In a study published in the 2009 issue of Internal Medicine News, 65 individuals suffering from pre-hypertension or hypertension took part in a 6-week double-blind study. Half the group drank 3 cups of tea made from hibiscus flowers daily while the control group consumed a placebo. At the end of the study, the group drinking the tea experienced a drop in systolic blood pressure by 7.2mm Hg whereas the placebo group experienced a 1.3 mm Hg decline. Experts state that even a 3 mm drop in systolic blood pressure reduces the risk of death due to stroke by 8% and death due to coronary artery disease by 5%.

 This floral tea has also been shown to lower cholesterol levels in the blood, helping to reduce the risk of heart disease. A report in the Journal of Science of Food Agriculture stated that extracts from the Hibiscus flower was shown to significantly lower the cholesterol content found in the blood serum of lab animals, as well as successfully preventing oxidation of low-density liboprotein. Lowering cholesterol levels can reduce the risk of coronary artery disease; specifically low-density liboprotein (LDL), or “bad” cholesterol.


Additional Info

Additional Info

Tin Weight (ounces) No
Ingredients Raspberry leaves, lavender, lemon peels, hibiscus & raspberry flavor
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 No
Choose Color No


Customer Reviews (3)

Fever FighterReview by Adrian
I tried this before and I really liked the taste - its nice and light, very calming. I had a fever recently and tried it when I did since I could not keep water down, and I was able to make this work. I think it helped me recover faster. Good stuff... recommended. (Posted on 4/27/2016)
Nicely blendedReview by Chris
We received a sample of this and my wife immediately put it on the list to reorder. It wasn't too "girly" flavored for me (LOL) and I say that because I don't have a sweet tooth and raspberry usually is a turn off. I can honestly say I enjoyed this tea. (Posted on 1/28/2016)
Colorful flavorReview by Arelan
The tea at a glance doesn't look much different from any other cup. Smell it, and right away you know it's something else. I was worried at first that the flavors would clash, but they really do achieve a sort of aromatic harmony.

The label recommends steeping for 4-5 minutes. I steeped mine for 3, and it was wonderful. I fear that longer would bring out more of the bitter side of the lemon peel. But then, I prefer my tea on the milder side. (Posted on 2/4/2015)

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