We keep on insisting that our Lemongrass Tea Bird Tea helps you sleep well. But what is the real reason for this restful sleep after drinking that cuppa tea? Is it only because it is caffeine free?
Here is a breakdown of what really happens to your body when you drink our special blend of Lemongrass Tea Bird Tea:
But first, let’s have a look at what makes up our Lemongrass Tea Bird Tea blend:
It is a blend of organic lemongrass, organic ginger, organic lemon myrtle, organic rosehip, organic rose petals.
Popular for its lemony and zesty flavour, Lemongrass is also known for its cleansing and calming properties and as such is used as an aid to insomnia and stress relief.
Tea Bird Teas are designed to be consumed morning noon and night, Lemongrass being one of the night time teas detoxifies the liver, pancreas, kidney, bladder and digestive tract. When consumed, it stimulates digestion and blood circulation. Fresh lemongrass is often crushed up and taken as a remedy for ague, fever and colds.
Lemongrass contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, folate, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, copper, zinc, iron.
Constituents: citral, z-citral, borneol, estragole, methyleugenol, geranyl acetate, geraniol, beta-myrcene, limonene, piperitone, citronellal, carene-2, alpha-terpineole, pinene, farnesol, proximadiol, and (+)-cymbodiacetal.
The volatile oil from the roots contains longifolene-(V4) and selina-6-en-4-ol.
Another ingredient in our blend are Organic Lemon Myrtle (backhousia citriodora). This is a native herb of Australia which contains high concentrations of natural citral, a powerful antifungal agent. It is high in antioxidants and Vitamin C, perfect for assisting with colds, sore throats and infections. It has a refreshing taste and a beautiful fragrance with notes of lemon and lime which soothes and relaxes as it contains calmative properties.
Check out this link to read up on the benefits of Ginger and Rose Petals: https://www.teabirdtea.com/blogs/news/spice-things-up-with-a-little-bit-of-ginger