May 27, 2019 2 min read 2 Comments
For us Canadians, a sign of the season changing and the weather getting warmer is the opening of Canada’s Wonderland. If you’re anything like me, you enjoy a good thrill but couldn’t get on a ride even if your life depended on it!
So, I introduce to you another Canadian Wonderland, a herbal tea right here at The Amazing Tea Company! People love to stock up on teas with a million and one benefits which always seems to overlook the fruity herbal teas. Just because these fruity wonders taste and look good doesn’t mean they are skimping on the benefits.
Canadian Wonderland is an herbal tea composed of hibiscus, cornflower petals, apple, rosehip and orange pieces. If you saw last week we talked about the easy way to get extra antioxidants in, although this tea didn’t make the list it does contain Vitamin C. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps maintain the health of cells and aids in purifying the body and boosting the immune system. The cornflower petals aren’t just to make the tea prettier, but cornflower tea has been used historically to improve digestion and detoxify the liver!
It doesn’t stop there; this tea has an abundance of hibiscus which has successfully shown results in lowering blood pressure and glucose level. How could you go wrong with a tea that tastes good and helps to maintain good health!? If that isn’t enough to convince you then let me put the cherry on top.
The weather is getting warmer and everyone wants to reach for a tall glass of ice-cold juice, especially the kids after running around outside. Canadian Wonderland is caffeine free therefore can be a healthy alternative to those sugar juices to get the kiddies drinking tea. A tall glass of Canadian Wonderland iced tea to go with those summer days, delicious and fruity herbal taste packed with amazing health benefits. That’s definitely my kind of thrill!
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