An alkalising blend inspired by the sacred healing powers of the Australian wilderness. Supports digestive function.
“Our family’s new favourite! Such a unique and refreshing flavour.” – Leah, Mayde Tea customer
Inspired by the sacred healing powers of the Australian wilderness, this medley of native flora is delightfully uplifting. The fresh aroma of the bush rises from a cleansing minty brew with digestive and alkalising properties. Savour this restorative blend at any time of day.
All ingredients are native to Australia, 100% organic and sourced locally.
Amber jar / 120 serves loose leaf tea [Size of the jar is 1L]. 240g net.
Retail tube / 40 serves loose leaf tea
200 serve bulk refill pouch *please note this does not come with the full description on packaging, and is intended for refilling your jar only.
Strawberry gum / lemon myrtle / peppermint gum / rosella / aniseed myrtle / lemongrass
Strawberry gum (Eucalyptus olida) has a host of health benefits including antioxidant properties, antibacterial and antifungal powers, as well as balancing the microflora of the digestive system. Strawberry soothes inflammation and supports the aging process.
Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) has been used traditionally for sinus infections, bronchitis and irritable digestive disorders. Lemon myrtle may gently stimulate the digestive processes and reduce symptoms such as bloating and cramping. Lemon myrtle is also used as an antioxidant, reducing free radicals throughout the body.
Peppermint gum (Eucalyptusnicholii) has antioxidant properties and has traditionally been used to enhance mental clarity and cleanse the palette.
Rosella (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) has traditionally been used to regulate fluid balance and promote overall health. It has been found to improve skin conditions, promote adequate circulation and improve digestive issues. These amazing benefits come from the phytochemistry of the plants, as it contains citric acid, malic acid, anthocyanins and quercetin.
Aniseed myrtle (Backhousia Anisata) has antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. Aniseed myrtle is also a source of the nutrients lutein, magnesium; and vitamins E & C. It has traditionally been used to settle digestive complaints such as reflux, intestinal cramps, colic and flatulence.
Lemongrass (Cymbopogon) has a cooling energy, and has been found to improve digestion by lessening stomach cramps and spasms, and reducing bloating and flatulence. Lemongrass may also improve circulation to increase energy.