Tea Bundle Boxes

Dive into the wide world of tea with our curated bundles of loose-leaf blends. Each bundle offers a unique combination of flavors, aromas, and tea types, providing a diverse tasting experience. They are a perfect way to explore new teas, share with friends and family, or gift to a fellow tea lover. Discover the richness and depth of our tea collection through these carefully selected bundles.

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🍵 Discover TEAEVE Mugs By EigenArt

Dive into the artistry of TEAEVE By EigenArt, a curated collection where every porcelain tea mug tells a story. Melding tradition with modern elegance, each piece is a tribute to the refined ritual of tea-drinking. From Amsterdam's Holy Tea, let these mugs elevate your every sip to an experience of beauty and mindfulness. 🌿

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THE 6 COMMON BENEFITS OF

Drinking Loose-leaf Tea

Tea blends are a hot topic these days, with many health-conscious people turning to them as a way to support their overall health and wellness. It's true that tea blends may offer numerous benefits—and not just for our minds and bodies. In this article, we'll go over six common benefits of drinking tea blends, including how they can help support heart health and mental wellbeing.

PROTECTS HEART HEALTH

Many studies have shown that drinking tea blends can reduce your risk of heart disease, including stroke and high blood pressure. This is because tea contains antioxidants which help to protect against damage done by free radicals in our bodies, which can lead to a number of diseases including cancer, heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s.*

BOOSTS ENERGY

If you have trouble waking up in the morning or feeling energetic, a tea blend may help with that. Tea is a natural source of caffeine and other stimulating ingredients like green tea, which can increase energy levels and make you feel more alert.

MAY AID WEIGHT LOSS

Tea blends can help you lose weight.

How? By boosting your metabolism, increasing energy levels, and preventing overeating.

Why? Because tea blends have been shown to have thermogenic effects that boost your metabolism and increase energy levels. Green tea in particular has been linked with an increase in fat oxidation (the burning of fat). In addition, polyphenols found in certain teas may stimulate the breakdown of fats within the body while inhibiting their absorption from food into cells—a double whammy for weight loss!

SUPPORTS MENTAL HEALTH

Tea blends can have a calming effect on your mood. Theanine, found in green and black tea, has been shown to help reduce stress. It promotes a feeling of relaxation and well-being by increasing alpha waves in the brain. This helps reduce anxiety and promote better sleep quality!

MAY REGULATE BLOOD SUGAR

If you've ever had a cup of black tea, you may have noticed that it has a slightly sweet taste. That's because the polyphenol chemicals in tea are able to suppress the activity of alpha-amylase, which is an enzyme that breaks down starch into glucose. Glucose is your body's primary source of fuel, so not being able to break it down properly can lead to weight gain and even diabetes.

AIDS DIGESTION

It's no secret that tea is a great way to help your digestion. The active ingredients in tea blends aid the digestive tract, helping it stay healthy and function properly.

Tea blends can help with bloating and gas by stimulating stomach acid production, which helps break down food more efficiently. They also encourage bile production, which helps break down fats in the intestines so you absorb more nutrients from your food.

Tea blends are helpful for constipation because of their ability to stimulate peristalsis—the rhythmic wave-like contractions of muscle fibers in the gastrointestinal tract that propel food through the digestive tract. Because of these properties, they may also be helpful with diarrhea if overactive muscles are causing symptoms such as abdominal pain or cramping.

If you're feeling nauseous after eating too much at Thanksgiving dinner or have just eaten something that doesn't agree with you, drinking a cup of relaxing herbal tea can make all the difference! It's been shown time and time again how effective peppermint oil is when it comes to treating nausea due its ability to calm an upset stomach.