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  • Biosil Moringa 20 Teabags

    N$45.00

    Moringa tea – Pure, additive-free

    It’s packed with nutrients – Chlorophyl, Omega 3, 6, 9, vitamins and amino acids (protein).

    Moringa tea may help with:

    • Damage from free radicals
    • Anti-inflammatory
    • Reduces diabetes symptoms
    • Protects cardiovascular system
    • Supports brain health
    • Protects the liver
    • Anti-microbial
    • Anti-bacterial
    • Helps with wound healing

    Serving Suggestion: Hydrate your body with pure, earthy, high protein tea – great hot or cold. A great iced tea for hot days with a slice of lemon.

    Suggested use: Infuse 1 teabag per cup, allow to brew for 5 minutes, strain and enjoy. Add natural sweetener if desired and then just relax and let your body absorb the goodness.

     

  • Black Forest Herbal Tea Apricot Apple – 20 Tea Bags

    N$77.80

    Constipation can be alleviated by pursuing a healthier lifestyle. However should you experience occasional constipation, you can always turn to a cup if gentle, refreshing and natural Black Forest Herbal Tea in three delicious flavours – Regular, Lemon & Lime and Apple & Apricot. Black Forest Herbal Tea combines the herbal laxative properties of Senna for gentle relief, with a little help from nature.

     

    Suggested use: Simply seep the tea for 3-5 minutes and enjoy.
    For morning relief, have a cup at bedtime.

     

    Further information:

     

    Causes of constipation:

    Dietary Choices – A diet that lacks fibre is likely to cause constipation. That’s because fibre promotes regular bowel movements, especially when combined with proper hydration. Make sure you eat plenty of high-fibre foods like fruits and vegetables, legumes, wholegrains and nuts.

    Lack of Exercise : Low levels of physical activity also lead to constipation. It’s been proven that active and fit people are less likely to experience constipation. You can be more active by taking the stairs at work or simply doing a few stretches in the morning.

    Aging: As people age, food takes longer to pass through the digestive tract. Many older people also become less mobile which contributes to constipation.

    Travel or Routine change: When travelling your usual routine changes. Eating, going to bed and using the bathroom at different times than usual can affect your circadian rhythm and your digestive process.

    Overuse of laxitives: Laxatives can help with bowel movements, but regular use of certain laxatives allows the body to get used to their action. This may cause a person to continue taking laxatives when they no longer need them. The person may also need higher doses to get the same effect.

    Withholding: Ignoring the urge to have a bowel movement can lead to the urge gradually going away until the need is no longer there. This may happen because someone is out and about and feel embarrassed to use public facilities but, the longer they delay, the worse their constipation will become.

    Not Drinking enough water: Not drinking enough water can cause constipation. That’s why it’s important to consume plenty of water and fluids including naturally sweetened fruit or vegetable juices and clear soups. Some liquids like caffeinated soft drinks, coffee and alcohol can increase the risk of dehydration and make constipation worse.

    Stress: High levels of stress can cause or aggravate gastrointestinal symptoms, such as nausea, stomach pain, and changes in bowel movements, which includes constipation. Engaging in daily stress-relieving activities like meditation, exercise, or reading can help with managing the impact of stress on your body.

    Overeating: Overeating can cause constipation. Eat smaller portions slowly and more often rather than sitting down to a mountain of food. The key is moderation in all things. This also applies if you’re drinking alcohol.

    Medication side effects: Some medications can also increase the risk of constipation. Ask your doctor if you think that any medication that you are on may be causing you to be constipated.

  • Black Forest Herbal Tea Lemon Lime – 20 Tea Bags

    N$82.10

    Constipation can be alleviated by pursuing a healthier lifestyle. However should you experience occasional constipation, you can always turn to a cup if gentle, refreshing and natural Black Forest Herbal Tea in three delicious flavours – Regular, Lemon & Lime and Apple & Apricot. Black Forest Herbal Tea combines the herbal laxative properties of Senna for gentle relief, with a little help from nature.

     

    Suggested use: Simply seep the tea for 3-5 minutes and enjoy.
    For morning relief, have a cup at bedtime.

     

    Further information:

     

    Causes of constipation:

    Dietary Choices – A diet that lacks fibre is likely to cause constipation. That’s because fibre promotes regular bowel movements, especially when combined with proper hydration. Make sure you eat plenty of high-fibre foods like fruits and vegetables, legumes, wholegrains and nuts.

    Lack of Exercise : Low levels of physical activity also lead to constipation. It’s been proven that active and fit people are less likely to experience constipation. You can be more active by taking the stairs at work or simply doing a few stretches in the morning.

    Aging: As people age, food takes longer to pass through the digestive tract. Many older people also become less mobile which contributes to constipation.

    Travel or Routine change: When travelling your usual routine changes. Eating, going to bed and using the bathroom at different times than usual can affect your circadian rhythm and your digestive process.

    Overuse of laxitives: Laxatives can help with bowel movements, but regular use of certain laxatives allows the body to get used to their action. This may cause a person to continue taking laxatives when they no longer need them. The person may also need higher doses to get the same effect.

    Withholding: Ignoring the urge to have a bowel movement can lead to the urge gradually going away until the need is no longer there. This may happen because someone is out and about and feel embarrassed to use public facilities but, the longer they delay, the worse their constipation will become.

    Not Drinking enough water: Not drinking enough water can cause constipation. That’s why it’s important to consume plenty of water and fluids including naturally sweetened fruit or vegetable juices and clear soups. Some liquids like caffeinated soft drinks, coffee and alcohol can increase the risk of dehydration and make constipation worse.

    Stress: High levels of stress can cause or aggravate gastrointestinal symptoms, such as nausea, stomach pain, and changes in bowel movements, which includes constipation. Engaging in daily stress-relieving activities like meditation, exercise, or reading can help with managing the impact of stress on your body.

    Overeating: Overeating can cause constipation. Eat smaller portions slowly and more often rather than sitting down to a mountain of food. The key is moderation in all things. This also applies if you’re drinking alcohol.

    Medication side effects: Some medications can also increase the risk of constipation. Ask your doctor if you think that any medication that you are on may be causing you to be constipated.

  • Black Forest Herbal Tea Regular – 10 Tea Bags

    N$52.25

    Constipation can be alleviated by pursuing a healthier lifestyle. However should you experience occasional constipation, you can always turn to a cup if gentle, refreshing and natural Black Forest Herbal Tea in three delicious flavours – Regular, Lemon & Lime and Apple & Apricot. Black Forest Herbal Tea combines the herbal laxative properties of Senna for gentle relief, with a little help from nature.

     

    Suggested use: Simply seep the tea for 3-5 minutes and enjoy.
    For morning relief, have a cup at bedtime.

     

    Further information:

     

    Causes of constipation:

    Dietary Choices – A diet that lacks fibre is likely to cause constipation. That’s because fibre promotes regular bowel movements, especially when combined with proper hydration. Make sure you eat plenty of high-fibre foods like fruits and vegetables, legumes, wholegrains and nuts.

    Lack of Exercise : Low levels of physical activity also lead to constipation. It’s been proven that active and fit people are less likely to experience constipation. You can be more active by taking the stairs at work or simply doing a few stretches in the morning.

    Aging: As people age, food takes longer to pass through the digestive tract. Many older people also become less mobile which contributes to constipation.

    Travel or Routine change: When travelling your usual routine changes. Eating, going to bed and using the bathroom at different times than usual can affect your circadian rhythm and your digestive process.

    Overuse of laxitives: Laxatives can help with bowel movements, but regular use of certain laxatives allows the body to get used to their action. This may cause a person to continue taking laxatives when they no longer need them. The person may also need higher doses to get the same effect.

    Withholding: Ignoring the urge to have a bowel movement can lead to the urge gradually going away until the need is no longer there. This may happen because someone is out and about and feel embarrassed to use public facilities but, the longer they delay, the worse their constipation will become.

    Not Drinking enough water: Not drinking enough water can cause constipation. That’s why it’s important to consume plenty of water and fluids including naturally sweetened fruit or vegetable juices and clear soups. Some liquids like caffeinated soft drinks, coffee and alcohol can increase the risk of dehydration and make constipation worse.

    Stress: High levels of stress can cause or aggravate gastrointestinal symptoms, such as nausea, stomach pain, and changes in bowel movements, which includes constipation. Engaging in daily stress-relieving activities like meditation, exercise, or reading can help with managing the impact of stress on your body.

    Overeating: Overeating can cause constipation. Eat smaller portions slowly and more often rather than sitting down to a mountain of food. The key is moderation in all things. This also applies if you’re drinking alcohol.

    Medication side effects: Some medications can also increase the risk of constipation. Ask your doctor if you think that any medication that you are on may be causing you to be constipated.

  • CKN Organic Detox Tea Buchu 20 Tagless Teabags

    N$101.70
  • Clipper Organic Nettle Tea 20 Tea bags

    N$61.40

    Organic Nettle Tea

    A light, distinctive and refreshing infusion which provides a clean flavour with subtle grassy notes. Naturally caffeine free.

    All of Clippers organic drinks are grown in a way that preserves the natural balance of the environment and will help sustain people, wildlife and the land for the future.

    Suggested use:

    Use 1 bag per serving. Always use fresh water, pour it over the bag while its still boiling and allow to infuse for 5 minutes. Drink 1-2 cups before bed-time.

  • Faithful to Nature Organic Green Rooibos Tea 40 Tea Bags

    N$86.20

    Organic Green Rooibos Tea

    Faithful to Nature Rooibos Organic Green is a caffeine-free tea with a light yet refreshing flavour. Their unfermented, organic green rooibos tea is a naturally sweet cup of light tannin joy. Sourced locally from the majestic Cederberg mountains, each sip is a remnant of the raw, dramatic beauty of the area in which it is picked. Staying true to its source Faithful to Nature Rooibos Organic Green will leave you feeling revitalized and renewed within.

     

  • Faithful to Nature Organic Green Tea 40 Tea Bags

    N$78.00

    Organic Green Tea 40 Tea Bags

    Uplift your day and enjoy the revitalizing effects Faithful to Nature Organic Green Tea from your very first sip. Their certified organic Green Tea is hand-picked and expertly steamed to create an abundant blend of delicate tastes, aromas and pigments. Green tea is rich in antioxidants, which eliminates free radicals from the body, prevents premature signs of ageing and has a vast array of remarkable health benefits.

    Suggested use:

    • Hot: Add freshly boiled water and steep for 3-5 minutes. Add lemon or honey if desired.
    • Cold: Follow the instructions above and allow the tea to cool. Serve with ice and a slice or lemon, lime or a piece of peeled ginger.
  • Faithful to Nature Organic Rooibos Tea 40 Tea Bags

    N$79.30

    Organic Rooibos Tea 40 Tea Bags

    Rich and abundant in antioxidants, with a full-bodied flavor & deep orange hue, Faithful to Nature Rooibos Organic is all you need for a satisfying brew. This naturally caffeine-free tea has a well-rounded, smooth taste that can be enjoyed hot or cold. Our fair trade organic rooibos blend is sourced ethically and sustainably from the majestic Cederberg Mountains.

    Suggested use:

    • Hot: Add freshly boiled water and steep for 2-4 minutes. Serve with lemon, honey, juice or milk if desired.
    • Cold: Follow the instructions above and allow the tea to cool. Serve with ice and a slice or lemon, or mint.

    Faithful to Nature’s pantry range is packed in eco-friendly bags/boxes. Their 100% recyclable paper bags/boxes are made using elemental chlorine-free bleach, raw material from sustainably managed forests, and strictly vegetable-based inks.

     

  • Gaia Organics Quality Green Tea 50 Teabags 100g

    N$211.30

    Quality Green Tea

    A cup of green tea makes the perfect pick-me-up for a long day. The brew contains caffeine which gives you a mental boost, and is rich in antioxidants with nourish your whole system. Gaia Organics brings you a quality Chinese green tea packed in tagless teabags. This energising organic tea is good for concentration and boosts your immune system.

    • Organic green tea in bags
    • No artificial flavours or additives
    • Boosts concentration & focus
    • Energising, fights fatigue
    • A great source of antioxidants
    • Supports immune function
    • Helps to lower high blood pressure & cholesterol
    • Supports oral health, helps to prevent plaque buildup on teeth
    • Fresenius Institute Purity Assayed
  • Good Life Organic Carb Control Tea 30g

    N$32.80

    Carb Control Tea

    Carb Control Tea provides a sugar-busting combination in a robust brew. Gymnema sylvestre leaf is known in India as gurmar, the ‘sugar destroyer’. It has been used for centuries as an aid to curb carb cravings. The Ceylon cinnamon may help control blood sugar levels.

    Suggested use:

    1 teaspoon per 250ml. Brew for 6-7 minutes.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Gymnema Leaf, Cinnamon Ceylon Bark

  • Good Life Organic Chamomile Calm Tea

    N$57.00

    Chamomile Calm Tea

    With its calming and soothing effect, this timeless herbal tea, consisting of simply organic chamomile flowers, makes for the perfect nightcap. Traditional healers have long recommended chamomile tea as a natural way to relieve anxiety.

    Suggested use:

    1 teaspoon per 250ml. Brew for 5 minutes.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Chamomile Flowers

  • Good Life Organic Darjeeling Green Tea 50g

    N$56.10

    Darjeeling Green Tea

    Grown in high-altitude tea gardens in the foothills of the Himalayas, Darjeeling has long been celebrated as the “champagne’ of teas. Darjeeling is now available as a green tea, packed with usual polyphenols and antioxidants, with its own distinctive musky-sweet flavour.

    Suggested use:

    1 teaspoon per 250ml. Brew for 5 minutes. Enjoy on its own, or with a slice of ginger or lemon.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Darjeeling Green

  • Good Life Organic Hibiscus 40g

    N$24.45

    Hibiscus

    Hibiscus is rich in vitamin C and recent studies have shown that it contains antioxidants that may help to protect against cell-damaging free radicals.

    Suggested use:

    Hibiscus is a tart, cranberry-like taste and lemon balm with its citrusy scent delivers a tangy cup of organic flavour that is crisp, light and wonderfully refreshing.

    1.5 teaspoon per 250ml. Brew for 5-7 minutes. Enjoy this tea either hot or cold.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Hibiscus Flowers and Lemon Balm Leaf

  • Good Life Organic Peppermint Loose Leaf Tea 50g

    N$50.00

    Peppermint Loose Leaf Tea

    Delicious and refreshing, with slightly peppery tones, our organic peppermint tea can either be enjoyed hot or cold. Used for centuries to soothe stomach discomfort, such as bloating. The menthol aroma is a perfect morning tonic.

    Suggested use:

    1 teaspoon per 250ml. Brew for 6 minutes

    Ingredients:

    Organic Peppermint Leaf

  • Good Life Organic Rose Berry Tea 50g

    N$30.60

    Rose Berry Tea

    Red Alert! Tart rose hips, citrusy lemongrass, tangy hibiscus, antioxidant rich rooibos and juicy goji berries, make for a lush 100% organic tea that is meant to be savoured slowly.

    • Naturally caffeine-free, sugar-free, gluten-free

    Suggested use:

    2 teaspoons per 250ml. Brew for 5-7 minutes. Enjoy night or day, hot or iced.

    Ingredients:

    Organic Rose Hip Shells, Goji Berries, Lemongrass, Hibiscus Flowers, Rooibos Tea

  • Good Life Organic Rosehip Shell 100g

    N$63.80

    Organic Rosehip Shell

    Valued for its astringent qualities and high vitamin C content, rosehip makes a refreshing and pleasantly tart tea. Also contains vitamins A, B, C, and K. Reputed to work as a kidney and urinary tract flush

     

    Suggested use: 1.5 teaspoon per 250ml. Brew for 5-7 minutes..

    Certified organic, grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilisers. Free of genetically modified organisms.
    Contains no fillers, additives or preservatives.

    Suitable for vegans.

     

    Further information:

    Ingredients: Organic Rosehip shells

     

  • Khoisan Organic Green Matcha Tea Powder 30g

    N$147.10
  • Khoisan Tea Honeybush Tea 200g

    N$80.35
  • Khoisan Tea Organic Honeybush 40 Tea Bags

    N$86.15