Ginger Green Fasting Tea.
We start with a proprietary high-catechin blend of green tea to aid digestion, boost energy and support your fasts – just like the monks have done for 100’s of years. The addition of ginger, citrus peels, licorice and peppermint works to soothe your tummy and awaken your senses so you never feel deprived during your fasting window.
Matcha Green Fasting Tea.
Take a high-catechin blend of green tea, add it to the world’s purest ceremonial grade matcha and you’ve got a virtual l-theanine bomb to chill you out. Bye-bye fasting stress, hello zen. And hello longer fasting windows! When you conquer the toughest part of fasting – the mental challenge – you’ll find the whole process easier.
Bergamot Black Fasting Tea.
Energizing English black tea is infused with whole, ground Calabrian bergamot for a nourishing, yet vibrant morning indulgence. Black tea contains the highest dose of caffeine, while L-theanine and Bergamot rind support a calm, positive mood. You’ll start the day with so much energy, focus, and exuberance, you’ll forget “fasting fatigue” is even a thing.
Bergamot Green Fasting Tea.
When the world’s finest Japanese green tea is blended with heirloom Italian citrus you get this sensational east-meets-west infusion. The perfect midday dose of caffeine combats afternoon fatigue, while high-catechin green tea provides satiety, and whole, ground bergamot supports a positive mood. Fasting “hanger” will be a thing of the past!
Cinnamon Herbal Fasting Tea.
Cozy, comforting and caffeine-free so you can snuggle up to a cup during those snack-prone evening hours. Cinnamon helps support healthy blood sugar levels while burdock root and bergamot provide antioxidants, robust flavor and relaxation. Rounded out with spearmint to increase satiety, it’s no wonder this brew has become a “fast” favorite.
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I'm enjoying my first fasting tea bundle and the supportive community that comes with it! Looking forward to to enjoying these delicious teas while improving my health.
I found the bergamot teas really benefit from putting in a thermos and letting steep for a bit. When you first mix with water the bergamot floats on top and can be a bit harsh.