Health Benefits of Forest Infusion Tea
This pink floral tea may look a bit sissy, but it packs a punch!
Each ingredient in this 100% Tasmanian tea is sustainably harvested, hand picked, pesticide free & packed full of health benefits.
Using weeds in your tea? It may not sound very attractive, but it’s true! Rosehips are invasive weeds that often grow wild along hedgerows and unkempt gardens.
Rosehips are considered an old world cure-all natural remedy for the immune system, skin conditions, arthritis, gout, inflammatory conditions and high cholesterol. Best of all it tastes divine! Soft, delicate and fruity. Health benefits of rosehips
So, despite the horrors of harvesting and processing this prickly itchy fruit, we are bringing this red gem back into the spotlight. With great flavour and heaps of health benefits, it deserves a place in the gourmet food stage!
Recognised by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) as providing relief of the pain of arthritis and having relaxing soothing properties.
Kunzea flowers & leaves have a honey, thyme, citrus flavour and aroma, with the flowers having a delicious sweet honey fragrance.
This herb was the main reason we wanted to create a kunzea tea.
More anti oxidants than blueberries with demonstrated natural anti-inflammatory properties.
Pepperberry gives the tea a slight fruity flavour and aroma and a slight peppery tingle.
Note: The longer you leave the tea steeping the spicier it gets! Probably 1 minute for mild and 5 minutes for burning! Play around with the steeping time until you find what suits you.
Sassafras is one of Tasmania’s most cherished trees, a rainforest species known for its fragrant aromas. It even used to be used to make beer! Sassafras tea is believed to have several health benefits, including:
- Antioxidant properties
- Anti-inflammatory effects
- Possible antibacterial properties
- May improve digestion
- May boost immune system