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Yogi Tea

Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 1:13 pm
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Yogi Tea want to know: “How good can you feel?”  Yogi creates teas that are blended with flavor an purpose in mind.  Their philosophy is rooted in Ayurveda, which combines natural therapies and a balanced approach to overall health.  Yogi Teas are certified organic.  Their products include combinations of over 100 spices and botanicals to create 60 varieties of tea.  Some of those varieties include: Bedtime Soothing Caramel, Chai Rooibos, DeTox, Ginger, Ginkgo Clarity, Green Tea Pomegranate, Green Tea Muscle Recovery, Mayan Cocoa Spice, Stomach Ease, Tahitian Vanilla Hazelnut, Throat Comfort, Women’s Energy, Women’s Raspberry Leaf, Woman’s Mother to Be, Woman’s Moon Cycle, St. John’s Wort Blues Away, Perfect Energy Vanilla Spice, Lemon Ginger, Joint Comfort and many more.  You can purchase Yogi Tea products through their website.  Prices range from about $5.00 for a box of 16 tea bags to around $30.00 for 6 pack of boxes of tea.

According to LiveStrong, tea has many healthy benefits.  It contains antioxidants that fight aging and improve immune function.  It can help lower your cholesterol.  Black tea has been linked to a decreased risk of breast, stomach, and colon cancer.  It can also help you to maintain a healthy blood pressure.  Yogi tea has its headquarters located in Eugene, Oregon. Visit the Yogi Tea website to consult an extremely details glossary of ingredients and the natural health benefits of each one.

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