Tea and tisanes have numerous health benefits and are known for their high levels of bioactive ingredients – such as flavanoids and carotenoids. These antioxidant qualities play an important role in general health and wellness. But what about targeting certain health concerns?

 

We have created a list of many common wellbeing concerns, from high blood pressure to digestive health, along with the infusions that are known to ease the symptoms.

Target functionality

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– High blood pressure | NO. 1 Raspberry & Thyme Infusion

– Cardiovascular health | NO. 1 Raspberry & Thyme Infusion

– Digestive health | NO. 2 Mint & Liquorice Infusion | NO. 13 Double Mint InfusionNO. 16 Lemongrass

– Calming | NO. 3 Rose Buds | NO.11 LavenderNO. 12 Rose PetalsNO. 15 Chamomile & Rose Infusion

– Skin health | NO. 3 Rose BudsNO. 12 Rose Petals

– Immune system | NO. 4 Lemon & Ginger Infusion | NO. 6 Warming Turmeric Latte | NO. 16 Lemongrass

– Anti-inflammatory | NO. 6 Warming Turmeric Latte | NO. 10 Super Greens – Spiced Green TeaNO.11 Lavender

– Antioxidant | NO. 7 Matcha Pre – WorkoutNO. 17 Rooibos & Honeybush Infusion

– Energy Boost | NO. 7 Matcha Pre – Workout

– Excretory health | NO. 8 Dandelion & Fennel Infusion

– Detoxifying | NO. 8 Dandelion & Fennel Infusion

– Antiseptic | NO.11 Lavender

– Rich in iron and vitamin C | NO. 14 RosehipNO. 17 Rooibos & Honeybush Infusion

– Rinerals in minerals [iron, calcium, potassium, copper, zinc & magnesium] | NO. 17 Rooibos & Honeybush Infusion

 

Love,

The ROWE® Team

 

Please consult your doctor prior to changing your diet or if pregnant. These ingredients should not be taken as a substitute for medication prescribed by your doctor.

 

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