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The Republic of Tea - Get Some ZZZ's Herb Tea for Rest No. 5 - 36 Tea Bags

  • Item# :67515
    UPC# :742676408543
  • Brand:The Republic of Tea (Do Not Use)
  • Size/Form:36  Tea Bags
  • Ship Weight:0.25
  • Servings:36
  • Dosage:1  Tea Bag(s)

The Republic of Tea - Get Some ZZZ's Herb Tea for Rest No. 5 - 36 Tea Bags

The Republic of Tea Get Some ZZZ's Herb Tea for Rest contains marvelous mint and citrus notes that flirt with whispers of lush passionflower in this soft, soothing herbal blend. Say goodnight to tossing and turning. The Republic of Tea is here to help you get your zzz's the natural way. Steep a pot of their caffeine-free herbal blend and breathe a sigh of sweet relief as the bouquet of organic rooibos, soothing chamomile, passionflower and the mellowing properties of valerian gently lulls you toward blissful rest. And they do mean gently. A flavonoid in passionflower has been shown to have calming effects. Valerian won't interfere with REM sleep, so you won't have to contend with the morning "hangover" that often results from sleep-aids. Is it any wonder herbal potions have been used for centuries? Go and get some zzz's.

Rooibos (ROY-boss): The Be Well Base
Red and aromatic, the South African herb rooibos is celebrated for its super antioxidant powers. As the base for the Republic of Tea's line of caffeine free Be Well Red Teas, it's a natural friend to the immune system and contributes to a healthier life. In all Be Well Rea Teas, organic rooibos mingles with other beneficial, flavorful herbs. Each blend is meticulously formulated for specific needs. They invite you to consider them all, and get what you need.

What is Herbal Tea?
Although many devoted tea-drinkers find great pleasure in sipping these aromatic brews, “herbal teas” are not officially teas. In the purest sense, only the leaves and buds of Camellia sinensis, the plant that gives us black, green, white and oolong tea should be called tea. Rather, “herbal teas” are single or blended infusions of leaves, fruits, bark roots or flowers of almost any edible, non-tea plant. Most herbal teas are naturally caffeine-free. However, certain herbs such as Yerba Maté contain caffeine. In Europe, herb teas or blends are commonly known as tisanes.

Whenever available, The Republic of Tea uses organically grown herbs and blossoms to create our herbal teas. They conjure up intricate blends, perhaps spicy cardamom and cinnamon, or orange and mint, or a well-balanced infusion of rooibos with fruits and flowers to create a pleasing mélange of flavor notes. Often they blend these infusions to achieve superb and uncommon tastes combined with the underlying health attributes and properties of the herbs. Known to lift our spirits with each sip, herbal teas are equally alluring served hot or iced.

What are the Health Benefits of Tea?
The people of The Republic of Tea take great delight in the knowledge that tea drinking brings about more than a pleasurable experience. For centuries, tea has been associated with good health. Now more than ever, scientific research supports that connection.

Studies have found that tea is rich in the plant substances known as flavonoids. These naturally occurring compounds can function as powerful antioxidants that can help neutralize the free radicals known to damage cells and lead to diseases such as cancer and heart disease. Black, green, and oolong teas may all help protect against numerous types of cancers. In addition, by inhibiting the absorption of cholesterol in the digestive tract, tea prevents the formation of unwanted clots which may cause a heart attack or stroke. And all teas contribute vitamins A, C and E to our diets.

Green tea is especially health-promoting. With more than 30 polyphenols it affects the human system in the most positive of ways—helping us lose weight, lower cholesterol and control blood sugar. A subgroup of polyphenols, called catechins, is abundant in green tea. One catechin in particular, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCg), is found only in green tea. It is one of the most potent antioxidants yet discovered. Because of this and so many other advantages inherent in green tea, promising evidence shows that regularly drinking green tea appears useful in helping fight breast, prostate and other cancers.

About weight loss: Recent research focuses on green tea’s impact on body composition, particularly the visceral fat implicated in heart disease. In one study, habitual tea drinkers (most of whom drank green or 100% White Tea) had almost 20 percent less body fat than those who drank other beverages. While green tea is one of the healthiest beverages you can sip, 100% White Tea is even more so. Research shows that 100% White Tea retains the highest level of polyphenols of all teas. In addition to many other attributes, tea can calm the mind, relieve stress, and is reported to aid digestion. Good for the spirit, good for the body.

Tea and Caffeine
Caffeine occurs naturally in tea. A mild stimulant, it accounts for tea’s reputation as a beverage that clears the mind and lifts the spirit. On average, a six-ounce cup of black tea has about 50 milligrams of caffeine—less than half the amount in a cup of brewed coffee. The smaller the leaf, the stronger the extraction of caffeine. Using comparable amounts and steeping times, a tea bag filled with cut leaves will release more caffeine per cup than full-leaf tea.

The more oxidized the tea – as in black tea – the greater its caffeine content. Green tea and 100% White Tea, which are not oxidized, have less caffeine per cup than black tea. In between we have oolong tea, which is semi-oxidized and has about half as much caffeine as black tea. Caffeine content varies with manufacturing and growing variances as well as brewing conditions and time. Values are approximations.

Safety Testing
In a world of uncertainty, safety and testing are of utmost importance. At The Republic of Tea, the integrity of their entire product line begins with the source.

Tea Safety
The Republic of Tea purchases only the highest quality tea grown at the premier tea gardens of the world. In each location, they have established long-term supply partnerships. These premium teas are naturally processed—that is, transformed from Camellia sinensis to black, oolong, green or 100% white tea—in the most time-honored fashion. No foreign materials or additives are ever introduced. All teas are routinely tested for every known pesticide residues and other matter as well. While all of our teas undergo stringent quality assurance processes at the garden level before they are shipped, they also test each shipment again upon arrival at their packaging facility.

Good Will and Social Responsibility
The Republic of Tea embraces the ancient Chinese philosophy of Ta shun – the Great Harmony. Ta shun is alive when people naturally care about the world and depend on one another for the well-being of the whole. It manifests itself in collective concern and the aspiration to seek opportunities, initiatives and actions that will better the conditions of both humans and the planet. In short, to provide good works, render goodwill. The Republic of Tea is honored to render goodwill by developing teas and tea-inspired items to support organizations that make a difference in the world. The Republic of Tea is also a committed member of the international Ethical Tea Partnership.

Steeping Hot or Iced Tea is Easy
Heat 6 ounces of fresh, filtered water to boiling. Place one tea bag in your cup, pour in the hot water and infuse for 5-7 minutes. Remove the tea bag and enjoy Sip by Sip. For iced tea, double the amount of tea used. Cool and serve over ice.

Drink 1 cup before bedtime.

The Republic of Tea - Get Some ZZZ's Herb Tea for Rest
   No. 5 - 36 Tea Bags
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tea Bag (1.3 g)
Servings Per Container: 36
Amount Per Serving %DV
Proprietary Blend
   Organic Rooibos (leaf); Orange (peel);
   Spearmint (leaf); Chamomile (flower);
   Passionflower (herb); Stevia (leaf)
1.3 g
(1,280 mg)
Valerian Root Extract 20 mg **
** Daily Value has not been established.

Pregnancy and lactation: Do not use during pregnancy or lactation without the advice of a healthcare practitioner.

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My new favorite bedtime ritual! I love natural ways to calm and soothe the mind and body...a cup of this tea about half hour before bed helps me wind down and slip off to sleep and I don't worry about interractions~

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