- Serving Size: 2.5g /cup
- Steeping Temp: °C
- Steeping Time: mins.
- Certification: Organic
- Origin: Various
- Caffeine: Medium
Energizing and reviving blend of yerba mate and guayusa combined with refreshing peppermint, sweet licorice root, healing turmeric and uplifting orange peel and lemongrass. Yerba mate and guayusa are caffeinated herbs from South America, valued for their unique balance of caffeine, antioxidants, vitamins, amino acids, and energizing effect without the jitters or the sudden crash commonly associated with caffeinated drinks. The flavour of this brew is minty, earthy and herbaceous. It is suitable to be served with milk or added honey or sugar.
Tasting NotesCertification: Organic
Grade or Quality: Loose
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Yerba Mate - by Safiya Motala
Yerba mate has been increasing in popularity over the past few years. If you haven’t tried out this herb, ask for a sample with your next order, we’ll include it for free until the end of August 2018.
What is Yerba Mate?
Yerba mate is a caffeinated herb found in South America, most popular in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. It has been consumed in these regions for 500 years and continues to be the beverage of choice, outpacing coffee sales 6 to 1. It grows on a shrub closely related to holly.
It is traditionally a social beverage and a symbol of hospitality. It is said that by sharing the gourd, it brings people closer together. The host will drink the first infusion from the gourd to ensure the yerba mate is ready and the right temperature. The first few sips also have a few pieces of yerba mate get through the straw. Each person will drink the entire gourd full, then pass the gourd back to the host to be refilled for the next person to drink. This continues in a...
Health: 8 causes of fatigue and solutions! - by Safiya Motala
We want to know why we lack energy and how to fix it! At Shanti Tea, we believe in looking at the whole picture. Not just how to solve problems, but find out why they happen and how to fix them.
Why?Fatigue is often associated with our (bad) habits. Here are 8 frequent factors to fatigue. 1. Lack of sleep This one is pretty obvious! You need to make sure your body is getting enough sleep. The number of hours needed varies from person-to-person. Lack of sleep causes a lot more than just issues with energy! Read our solutions below for tips to get more sleep and to improve the quality of sleep. 2. Poor eating habits Nutrition is a huge contributing factor to your level of energy. Your diet has an impact on your sleep quality, hormones, weight loss/gain, and much more.
- Diets high in carbohydrates and/or sugars are known to have a strong impact on energy levels, caused by the sharp spikes and drops in blood sugar level.
- Deficiencies in iron and protein also lead to a lack of energy.