A delicious blend of Herbs and Berries to boost metabolism and increase hydration and refresh any time of the day.

Horsetail • Nettle • Passionflower • Green Tea • Vanilla • GojiBerry

Metabolic Tea

AU$25.00Price
  • Through my research I developed this blend:

     

    Horsetail - duiretic, works to relieve fluid retention, great source of Silicon to strengthen bones. Horsetail contains 5-7% silicic acid, nicotine, palustrine, palustridine, phytosterol, beta-sitosterol, malic acid, vitamin C, volatile oil, potassium salts etc. 

    The active components from horsetail have antimicrobial, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory effects; they preserve eyesight and stimulate blood flow. For treating digestive problems, gastric hyperacidity

     

    Nettle - Nettle contains a great number of amino acids, glucidic substances, amines, sterols, cetones as methyl heptenone, acetophenone, volatile oil, fatty substances, sitosterols, formic and acetic acid, panthotenic acid, folic acid, chlorophyl 0.3 - 0.8, protoporphyrine and coproporphynine. It also contains vitamins C, B2 and K, beta-carotene, Ca, Mg, Fe and Si salts, phosphates etc. Because of these compounds, the plant has anti-anemic, anti-diabetic, haemostatic and diuretic properties. Nettle tea can also be of great help to those who suffer from diabetes, because it leads to the decrease of blood sugar and implicitly, of the glycemic level.

     

    Passionflower - works with stripping the body of phytoestrogens, also has aphrodisiac qualities.

     

    Green Tea - metabolic support, excellent anti-oxidant

     

    Vanilla - Whole pods and powder - t has been shown that vanilla does increase levels of catecholamines (including adrenaline) is an aphrodisiac and tastes great

     

    GojiBerries - protect the liver, anti-oxidant properties, improve sexual function and fertility, boost immune function and promote longevity. Contains many macronutrients (Calcium, Potassium, Iron, Zinc, Selenium, B2, Vit C)and EFA's

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