Weekly Q&A with Facebook Fans

Chamomile

Chamomile

Hello, everyone! Welcome to this week’s Facebook Q&A

@Christina- glad you are enjoying Yogi herbal teas, including rooibos. Roobios is a great gift to the world from South Africa. Besides being quite tasty, it supplies antioxidants, as are most plants with red pigments.

@Nikki- Calming herbal tea is a cooling formula for people who are feeling pumped up and stressed out. The main herb, chamomile, is a mild relaxing remedy that helps promote calm throughout your day without getting tired or sleepy.

@Elise- thanks for reminding us about hibiscus. This delicious red flower is cooling, so people in tropical countries, where it grows, often drink it to cool off from the summer heat. In Ayurveda, hibiscus is called japa, which means meditation.

 


2 Comments

  • Candela says:

    Hi I just started the yogi teas and I ordered the green tea, sweet tangerine and the berry detox. I’m starting a weight loss For myself including workouts and I wanted to put this part of my menu. I wanted to know when is the best time to take all three. Can someone help?

  • Becca Lesser says:

    Hi Candela! We’re happy to provide you with more information.

    In general, Yogi teas (including DeTox) can be consumed at any point throughout the day. However, for best results, we recommend consuming Yogi teas in between meals, either an hour before eating or one to two hours after eating.

    I hope this is helpful, and please let me know if you have any further questions.

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