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Happy Tea Sips by Your Tea

Black Tea, Rose, Goji, Chrysanthemum, Hawthorn Fruit, Lemon

Contains Caffeine

How to Make This Tea

  • 1 bag per 8 oz. water
  • Heat water to 212° F or boil
  • Steep for 4-6 min

Why You'll Love This Tea

This blend of Chinese herbs has ingredients traditionally used to assist with overall wellbeing, reducing bloating, calming bowels, and supporting digestion. With Chinese herbs, consistency is key! For best results, Your Tea recommends drinking 2 tea bags per day for 3 weeks.

The Happy tea formula has been designed by qualified TCM doctors in Australia. This blend is gluten free and contains naturally-occurring caffeine.

Reiterating Your Tea's TCM Doctors’ words of wisdom, Happy Tea may assist with the following:

Bloating, low energy, low mood, lethargy, concentration, digestion, energy, the art of not giving ‘two hoots’.

The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Why You'll Love This Brand

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) takes a holistic approach to achieving health and wellbeing, viewing the body as an entire energetic system, which includes the mind, body and soul. All aspects must work harmoniously with one another to achieve health. Your Tea not only offers teas to help us achieve balance and stay healthy and well, but also educates us through e-books, blog posts, and more, sharing words of wisdom from their TCM practitioners on topics ranging from diet to lifestyle, emotions to energy.

An Australian company, Your Tea combines the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine with the modern world. They create tea blends to nourish and balance the body, with each tea working to balance a different ailment.

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