The Benefits Of Drinking Herbal Tea

Autumnal leaves scattered around deep red apples and a mug of tea

Notwithstanding our love for our traditional cuppa made with English Breakfast tea, milk and sugar, people are now often seen sipping on a variety of herbal teas. Herbal tea, despite the name, isn’t necessarily made from the tea plant itself. It’s usually made by steeping diverse herbs, roots and flowers.

Made popular in ancient times because of its medicinal properties, there’s been a huge rise in its popularity in recent times for that very reason. Herbal teas are some of the healthiest drinks that you can consume.

The choice of flavours, tastes and benefits are unlimited for each person. No matter which herbal tea you decide on enjoying, all of them have tremendous nutritional value.

Free Soul Teas

Free Soul is a straight-talking lifestyle brand that has formulated a product range to boost health and wellbeing. The Wake and Sleep Teas are designed to aid in regulating wake and sleep cycles. Each ingredient has been carefully chosen to help to bring balance and either energise or calm the body.

Free Soul is also active in sustainability efforts. The teas are sourced from social enterprises that commit proceeds to youth education in under-served tea growing regions in the world. 

Wake Tea  

The natural ingredients of Chinese Tie Guan Yin Oolong, lemon, bergamot and ginger will leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated. The flavour is fresh, floral and uplifting. The ingredients boast a wide range of health benefits and contain high amino acids and antioxidants.

Chinese Tie Guan Yin Oolong helps to increase energy levels and aids digestion and immunity. Ginger boasts powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Lemon is highly nourishing with vitamins C, B6, A and E. Bergamot aids in the optimal function of the immune system.

Sleep Tea

The natural ingredients of sweet liquorice root, lime flower, apple, cinnamon and moringa leaves will leave you feeling calm and relaxed. The flavour is subtle and light.

Sweet liquorice root is not to be confused with the aniseed flavour of liquorice found in candy. This type of liquorice root helps to induce sleep and increase the length of sleep by modulating serotonin systems in the brain.

Lime flower is calming for the nervous and circulatory system. Moringa is a rich source of vitamins and minerals, especially vitamins A, C and E. All of these ingredients combined lifts stress and anxiety and drift you to a sweet slumber.

**At Free Soul, your wellbeing is our priority, and although we pride ourselves on our expertise in women's health and wellbeing, it is important to acknowledge the individuality of each person. Features published by Free Soul are not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent any disease, or replace the advice of your GP. We always recommend consulting with a healthcare provider if you encounter any health concerns, and we’ll always be here to support you so you’re never alone on your journey.