The Wellness Tea

Boost your balance naturally!

The Wellness Tea

In this day and age I for one am always on the lookout for a tea that brings me a wide variety of goodness with every sip. I have discovered a wonderful 100% organic, herbal blend that has been specifically designed to boost your daily balance – naturally! The Wellness Tea is caffeine free, vegan, with no artificial colours, flavours or additives. It is a deliciously light tea that really make you feel good. Full of organic ingredients such as Ashwagandha root, Astragalus, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Dandelion Root, Elderberries, Ginger, Lemon Balm, Milk Thistle seeds and Turmeric it is the perfect nutritional boost.

Perfectly blended – The Wellness Tea

I love the aroma of the tea and it certainly delivered with the taste as well. Perfectly blended so all the flavours worked harmoniously. I love drinking a herbal tea blend that is so beneficial to me and can definitely recommend this one. Take some time for yourself and start your day off with this special blend.

Packaged in pyramid tea bags in a resealable pack of 30 this tea is able to be enjoyed hot or iced.

Brew as follows:

  • Bring a cup of fresh cold water to the boil
  • Pour over the pyramid tea bag
  • Steep for at least 5 minutes – be patient, it is totally worth it ♥
  • Enjoy ♥
  • No need for anything to be added, but if you feel the need maybe a little honey

If you prefer an iced tea version brew as above and leave in the fridge or add a few pieces of ice to speed up the cooling process.

This tea can be enjoyed multiple times during the day, however if you are pregnant or breastfeeding check with your Doctor/GP/Midwife beforehand.

Benefits of The Wellness Tea:

  • Immune system boost
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Eases digestion
  • Helps control blood sugar levels
  • Calming
  • Cleansing
  • Assists heart health
  • Energy boost
  • Improves skin health
The Wellness Tea

You can find The Wellness Tea on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram as well as their website. Do check them out, they ship internationally and it is well worth it.

Best way to start your day ♥
Photo by Alysha Rosly

{Medical Disclaimer: I am not a medical practitioner or midwife. Please do your own research and consult your medical care provider with any questions}

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14 thoughts on “The Wellness Tea

  1. Hey Justine, I’ve got a question about tea and I thought you were the best person to ask. I ordered a new Yogi tea. It is Elderberry Lemon Balm Immune plus stress. I was so excited because I love taking elderberry in the winter for immune and I have been having a lot of anxiety and thought it might help me to be calm. My husband and I decided to try it the night we got it and it made us both really dizzy and so tired we went right to bed and passed out. I know I am a lightweight but my husband is not. We have been to timid to try it again. I read the reviews and nobody was saying anything about reactions like this. One lady said she put it in the break room at work and everyone loves to drink it. What gives? I’ve never had Ashwagandha before or lemon balm. Could one of these be causing strong side effects?An excerpt from Amazon – Flavor: This herbal tea blend combines Lemon Balm with Lemongrass and Lemon Peel for a bright, citrusy flavor. – Benefits: Elderberry Lemon Balm Immune + Stress tea combines antioxidant-supplying Elderberry with soothing Lemon Balm and Ashwagandha, an Ayurvedic adaptogenic herb used to support immune health and stress response. – Organic: USDA Certified Organic 


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    1. Hi Amy, that’s a slightly concerning experience. I know that Ashwagandha can cause some tummy upsets and isn’t to be used by nursing or expectant mothers. Lemon Balm and Elderberry are both known to cause headaches, sometimes intense dizziness and tummy issues too so it may be this that you were both sensitive to? I’m wondering if either of you are taking medications that may have contraindicated the herbs? My recommendation would be to avoid this combination and try something different. Hope you are both feeling better now.


    1. Thanks so much for popping in to the Tea Chest Blog, hope you do try this wonderful tea. If you do I’d love to hear how you enjoyed it.


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