Lemony and minty with hints of berry flavors, this mixture of herbs has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. Ayurveda in India. It is a medical practice which focuses on a more holistic approach to healthcare.
- Holy Basil (Tulsi)
- Linden Blossoms
- Rose Hips
- Lemon Myrtle
Holy Detox was originally used to help achieve a sensation of mind-body wellness and clarity. Itdoes so by helping lower levels of cortisol in the body, the hormone responsible for stress. Holy Basil, the main ingredient in this blend, is considered to be an adaptogenic herb and is credited for helping lower stress. Meanwhile, mint has been known for its benefits regarding digestive health. The remaining herbs in Holy Detox, such as Linden Blossoms and Lemon Myrtle are rich in vitamin and antioxidants, which can help flush out toxins from the body.
Benefits of Holy Detox:
- High in vitamins and antioxidants
- Can aid in clearing mucus in the lungs and sinuses
- May help reduce stress
- Mint has been known to help aid with digestion
From its fresh and minty aroma, to its lingering sweet aftertaste, Holy Detox is a wonderful remedy to purify the mind and body. The balance between the herbs make a harmonious blend as none of them overpower the other. The result? A sweet, minty, yet floral taste in every soothing sip. To learn more about Holy Detox regarding its taste and medicinal benefits, click here.
At META, we recommend brewing your Holy Detox hot. While it is possible to brew cold, we do not advise it due to its extremely light flavor. To brew Holy Detox hot, we suggest using 1 teaspoon per 8 ounces of water. Boil your water until it reaches 212° Fahrenheit (or 100° Celsius) and throw in your leaves. Once in, we recommend steeping your Holy Detox leaves for 4 minutes, however you can brew it longer for a stronger taste. Since it contains no caffeine, it makes for a wonderful pre-sleep tea to help cleanse your mind and body from the day.
Contains no caffeine.