Whether you want to get a natural boost of energy, soothe your digestive system or relax the days tension away, Microgreen teas can help!
Teas are an age old remedy . Green tea, black tea, herbal tea, you get the point. Microgreen Teas take the best of these already establish tea blends and turn them into a powerhouse of antioxidants, nutrition and immune support.
Using a specific dehydration process and temperature, Microgreen Teas offer a very similar nutritional benefit to their fresh cut counterparts. Roughly 97% of the original nutritional content is kept in the dried product, waiting to be dispersed and activated by the warmth of steeping.
Our tea blends at Leaf Sweets Microgreens are formulated to have a specific use in mind.
The Boosting Blend Tea offers a natural kick of caffeine through green tea, paired with the nutritional benefits of Microgreens. The blends contain a wide array of nutrition including Red Cabbage which is known for its Neuro protective properties.
The Alleviate Blend Tea features the natural calming effects of Chamomile. Antioxidants and phytochemicals help to combat the effects of oxidizing stress. Thus allowing your body to heal itself with a good night's rest.
The Vitality Tea Blend harnesses the soothing power of peppermint tea. For centuries cultures have recognized the benefits of peppermint tea on the digestive system. Red cabbage, broccoli, and arugula microgreens among others provide the body with easily absorbed nutrition to help you recover and replenish your bodies natural cycles.
Without making radical claims of health benefits, one can't really argue with the concept of better nutrition through tea, something alot of us already drink on a day to day basis. At less than $2.00 a serving why not put aside your Tim hortons or Starbucks and give your body something it can use. Oh and if you were wondering, the Flavor of our Microgreen teas are AWESOME, most customers say they can't even taste the difference.
In each teabag there is 1/2 teaspoon of cold dehydrated Microgreens. Doesn't sound like much but when you take into consideration that's about 1/4 cup of fresh microgreens. It adds up fast!