Singing Tea

$39.95

A nourishing and soothing blend of herbs including liquorice, Slippery Elm, Cinnamon and Ginger.

Great to drink through the days or nights when you rely on your voice for singing or speaking or any vocal use.

Large Size 140g.

All herbs used are of a high grade.  Organic herbs used in this blend are denoted by* :

Ingredients: Gan Cao Liquorice Root, Marshmallow Root, Fennel Seed Organic*, Chen Pi Organic*, Dried ginger Root Organic*, Slippery Bark Elm (Powdered), Gan Cao Liquorice root Extract 5:1.

Can be made as either hot or cold (Iced tea) beverage.

Environmental plastic-free & re-usable Packaging

Description

Singing Tea

If your a public speaker, teacher, singer this tea is designed for you!

All herbs used are of a high grade.  Organic herbs used in this blend are denoted by* :

Ingredients: Gan Cao Liquorice Root, Marshmallow Root, Fennel Seed Organic*, Chen Pi Organic*, Dried ginger Root Organic*, Slippery Bark Elm (Powdered), Gan Cao Liquorice root Extract 5:1,

Made in Australia from local and imported ingredients. We suggest using 5g per cup.

This tube of 140 grams will make up to 28 serves of tea. Each serve of tea can make 1 – 3 cups of tea:

Making the tea by pot? 

Put 5g (1 heaped teaspoon per person in the teapot. Add boiling water and steep for at least 10 minutes before drinking. If possible keep the herbs touching the water over time and the tea will infuse over time and get stronger.

Making the tea by the individual cup? 

We suggest using 5g per cup. (1 heaped teaspoon). Use in a cup either pour through a strainer or tea-ball strainer with continuous infusion.

If you are really hammering your voice, or prefer a stronger taste, you can make a stronger brew by adding more herbs in your teapot or teacup.

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Our glass & Cork packaging features an environmental design with NO PLASTIC.

 

 

HOW TO MAKE HERBAL TEA

 

 

 

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 25 × 15 × 15 cm

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