January 16, 2020 3 min read

The hectic-ness of the holidays is over and you can now sit back and focus on yourself and your new years' goals whatever they may be. What better way to kick start the year than trying out some new teas to accompany common new year’s goals? Here are three teas that can kick start your 2020 tea collection and fit your lifestyle.

It is an overall health boost your goal for 2020? Oolong teas have that ability when drank daily to improve your overall health. Oolong tea has a high antioxidant level that we’ve talked about before which helps fight off free radicals. The tea can also boost your metabolism helping with weight loss, promotes strong hair and bones, mental alertness and stabilizes blood sugar (making it a good tea for those with type 2 diabetes). Sprinkle in the goji berries and we’ve got boosted benefits because of their antioxidants! (Check out the full blog on Oolong Tea)

Cutting down on coffee this year but want to stay alert and focused on your work/studies or workouts? Yerba Mate is a South American herb that gives you that energy burst you need in order to get through your long days of work or studying. Mate has more caffeine than your average tea but less than coffee to prevent those jitters and crashing, this also gives it the ability to aid in mental focus. Yerba mate can also be used as a great pre-workout giving you the energy for the workout and improving muscle function during workouts which increases muscle and helps weight loss.

For added flavor check out teas such as Wake Me Up Before You Goand Energizer Factor that have Yerba Mate in it.

Looking for a one stop shop for wellness and healing? This is the tea for you! Take control of your health this year with Bounce Back. This tea is a bountiful Ayurveda blend that is perfect for anyone who often gets sick, has digestive issues or overall healing. Here is a quick rundown of the ingredients and their main benefits. (check out full blog on Ayurveda Teas)

-Rooibos is bountiful in its benefits to the body including but limited to you improving circulation, skin health, anti-inflammatory, great for allergies and asthmatics (check out full blog on Rooibos).

-Peppermint & Spearmint are great ingredients for decongestant, soothe common stomach issues such as: menstrual cramps, nausea, and indigestion. Relieve tension headaches and aid in sleep.

-Rosehip supports healthy immune function, protect against heart disease, reduce inflammation and pain.

-Rose & Calendula help good bacteria grow in the digestive tract making it good for constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and are used as herbal remedies to remove toxins from the body.

-Gingeris a holy grail in many teas because it is antifungal and antibacterial making it great for common sicknesses and any stomach ailments. Ginger also helps with respiratory problems and strengthens immunity.

-Hibiscus is another healing herb that is packed with benefits that are not limited to it being filled with vitamin C, lowers blood pressure, blood sugar and prevents hypertension.

You can’t go wrong with any of these teas to start 2020 off strong and finish it even stronger!


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