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- Why Mighty Leaf?
Calming Moon herbal tea is a full-bodied infusion offering a redolent blending of licorice, fennel, mints and citrus. Rich with vitamins C and B as well as zinc, this herbal tea counteracts stress, soothes the digestion and bathes the inner body in a calming elixir.
Loose tea in 4 oz. bag
Licorice, fennel, mints, citrus
Soothing with a slight zing
Smooth licorice with a slightly sweet finish
Preparing the perfect cup of tea is a process to be savored. Watch how the traditional elements harmoniously come together to make the perfect cup and enjoy the liberation of pure tea goodness.
This is what we call the Mighty Leaf signature multi-sensory ("sensory melange") tea experience. Come share with us and learn how to get infused.
The quality of tea is affected by the quality of water used to prepare it. Using filtered or bottled water is best. If possible, avoid brewing tea with tap, distilled or mineral water. Never over-boil water, as it results in flat-tasting tea.
1) Heat filtered or bottled water to a rolling boil or to 205 F. 2) While the water is heating pour hot water into your teapot and cups, let sit and then drain completely. A warm teapot will maintain the requisite temperature for superior tasting tea.
Whole Leaf Tea
Prepare Mighty Leaf teas using a teapot, paper tea sachet, infuser or traditional brewing methods. Use one rounded tablespoon of loose herbs and fruit per 12 ounces or cup of water.
Pour boiling water over tea leaves. Keep teapot covered to retain heat. Time steeping carefully and infuse for 5 - 7 minutes.
Savor the Leaf
Sip your cup and rediscover the pleasure of the way tea was naturally meant to be. This is the magic of Mighty Leaf.
Fennel (foeniculum vulgare)
On account of its aromatic and carminative properties, Fennel fruit is chiefly used medicinally with purgatives to allay their tendency to griping and for this purpose forms one of the ingredients of the well-known compound Liquorice Powder. Fennel water has properties similar to those of anise and dill water: mixed with sodium bicarbonate and syrup, these waters constitute the domestic 'Gripe Water,' used to correct the flatulence of infants. Volatile oil of Fennel has these properties in concentration. Fennel tea, formerly also employed as a carminative, is made by pouring half a pint of boiling water on a teaspoonful of bruised Fennel seeds.
Licorice (glycyrrhiza glabra)
Licorice is one of the most extensively researched medicinal and food plants. Studies on licorice have demonstrated positive effects for treatment of various types of ulcers. Others showed that dietary consumption of licorice root extract may help to lower cholesterol and act as an antioxidant.
Peppermint (mentha piperita)
Internally, peppermint has an antispasmodic action, with a calming effect on the stomach and intestinal tract. As a tea, extract, or in a capsule, peppermint is useful for indigestion, cramp-like discomfort of the upper gastrointestinal and bile duct, irritable bowel syndrome and inflammation or irritation of the gums.
Lemon Myrtle (backhousia citriodora)
Lemon myrtle, or Backhousia citriodora from the Australian rainforest has more citral, the active ingredient that makes lemons taste lemony, than almost any other plant. Used extensively in its home country for treating arthritis, it seems to flush toxins from the joints.
Enjoy this herbal blend when you need a moment of relaxation. Perfect for drinking before bedtime, this blend has been crafted to encourage a restful evenings slumber. Great for soothing jet-lag. As an alternative, this blend would pair well with poultry or light fruity desserts.
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