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Calm

@Anna- in general, herbal teas work best when brewed warm and consumed warm, but feel free to experiment with drinking cool herbal tea. Brew the tea as usual, with hot water. Then serve the brewed tea after it cools. Feel free to use sweetener, although we do not recommend adding refined (white) sugar. Consider honey or fruit syrup instead. Also, remember that many Yogi teas already have a sweet taste from their ingredients, including licorice and stevia.
Many people enjoy these teas:
Classic India Spice
Peach Detox
Purely Peppermint

Sonya is enjoying a collection that includes DeTox, Echinacea Immune Support and Calming. Sounds like a good combo to me. Seems like she has most of her bases covered for all the seasons of the year.

Many people are having a tough time with seasonal changes. You may find that you feel much better and more balanced if you support yourself with herbs. I suggest using Breathe Deep and DeTox to get you started. Throat Comfort herbal tea often can help to soothe a scratchy throat this time of the year.

Keep the questions coming and feel free to post comments over on the blog as well and I’m happy to weigh in.

 


2 Comments

  • hi before i buy your tea bags i’ve been given the chance to get free samples to try your teas out.do you still have that option? your teas are very good and unique.i dont think ive ever tasted any other tea that contains your flavors.they’re very interesting! thanks,christine

  • Becca Lesser says:

    Hello, Christine!

    Thanks so much for your question, and for your interest in our line of teas! We’re glad to hear that you’ve enjoyed the Yogi varieties you’ve tried so far – thanks so much for your kind words! Regarding your request, please be sure to reach out to yogitea.customerservice@yogiproducts.com so that we may further assist you 🙂

    Thanks again, and be well!

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