"In search of the purest form of flavors and health properties, we only choose the highest quality of dried plants from around the world. Giving you the finest cup of herbal tea we can craft." — Vana Tisanes
Vana Tisanes believes the sources that grow directly from the ground carry sacred energy that holds the truths of our world and our well-being. By consuming their oils through hot water infusion, they believe they are able to experience and process the power of these plants in the most optimal way or form. With carefully crafted, hand-blended herbal leaves, roots, flowers, and berries, they hope their tisanes enhance your life as much as it has theirs.
Digest Herbal Tea
Our digestive tracts are about 25 feet long and in charge of assimilating nutrients and ridding the body of toxins. With such a long stretch of muscle to do such a big job of efficient digestion, it can use some guidance once in a while. When we’re in an anxious, fight-or-flight state, the process of digestion always takes a back seat to deal with the stress. Mild sedative properties help to reduce gas and bloating, calm the nerves, and are supportive if your digestion is poor due to stress.
1. Boil water to a temperature of 212 F
2. Measure 1/2 to 1 TBSP of herbs per cup of water
3. Put herbs into a tea infusion water bottle, french press, stainless steel infusion ball, or a reusable tea bag
4. Pour hot water over herbs and let them release their oils for 7-10 minutes, depending on your strength preference
5. Pour, drink, and circulate. Herbs may be infused up to 3 times.
Herbs and plants have been used from ancient times to heal. It is safe to use but take caution while over consuming it as they are powerful.
Take caution if allergic to other members of the daisy family, including ragweed, aster, and chrysanthemum. Have gallstones, liver disease or obstruction of the bile ducts, Have heart problems, Have high blood pressure, Have high fever, Have inflammatory conditions, Have liver or kidney disorders, Have thyroid problems, Pregnant, Prone to blood clots, Stomach ulcer or gastritis, Suffering from diarrhea, Suffering from osteoporosis, Taking sedative or sleeping medications
Note* Caution is mentioned for safety reasons. This is definitely safer than eating a bag of highly processed potato chips from the supermarket.
Types of Tisanes:
Burdock Root, Chamomile Flower, Dandelion Root, Fennel Seed, Ginger Root, Lemon Balm Leaf, Licorice Root, Marshmallow Root, Olive Leaf, Peppermint Leaf, Turmeric
Good To Know:
Flavor Profile : Light, Minty, Slightly bitter, Sweet
Weight: 1 oz (0.09 lb)
Included: One reusable cotton tea bag
How often: Daily
Vana Tisanes is huge on sustainability, first with providing loose tea leaves. Reducing the amount of packaging used.
Labels are printed on 100% recycled paper and the tea pouches are 100% biodegradable and compostable, even the zipper! They use the most environmentally responsible packing and shipping materials — their shipping boxes are made of 100% recycled materials while the protective wrapping is 100% biodegradable and recyclable.
Tea leaves are fully compostable. It can go back to nature as soil and be reused in planting new herbs. Along with reusable cotton tea bags are completely compostable, meaning it does not contain any plastic which is safe for health and the planet.
Made in Cambria, California. They hand blend tisanes in small batches and use organic-only ingredients to reduce the impact on climate.
Vana Tisanes Commitment:
With one foot stepped in tradition and the other outstretched toward a healthier future, they will never stop improving their personal commitment to sustainability.