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Electrolyte Tea - Caffeine free
Most people know that it is important to replace minerals as well as lost water after exercising, but most electrolyte drinks contain only sodium and potassium rather than all the minerals our bodies need to be healthy; calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, chromium, potassium, silica, and other trace minerals. Calcium and magnesium help build healthy bones, ease muscle spasms and cramping, and reduce inflammation. Zinc enhances immune system functioning, while chromium helps regulate blood-sugar levels
In ancient times, Alfalfa was considered a miracle herb and modern research has documented the health benefits of Alfalfa. It is one of the most nutritious foods available. It helps the body assimilate protein, calcium, and other essential nutrients. Its primary nutrients are the essential amino acids, chlorine, chlorophyll, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, sodium, Vitamins A, B1, B2, B12, E, D, and K. Dandelion was considered a great survival food because of its protein, vitamin, and mineral content. Its primary nutrients are; Fructose, glucose, magnesium, manganese, nutritive salts, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, Vitamins A, B-complex, Vitamin C and zinc. Besides being high in potassium, Nettle's primary nutrients are; calcium, chlorophyll, chromium, copper, iron, manganese, protein, silicon, sodium, sulfur, Vitamins A, C, D, E, F, P, and zinc. Parsley is often recommended as a preventive herb. It is so nutritious that it increases resistance to infections and disease. Its primary nutrients are; Calcium, chlorophyll, cobalt, copper, iron, potassium, riboflavin, silicon, sodium, sulfur, thiamine, vitamins A, B, and C. Red Raspberry is rich in iron and calcium and contains phosphorus and manganese plus Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, F, and G.

Electrolyte Tea - Caffeine free

  • Ingredients: Alfalfa Leaf, Dandelion Leaf, Nettle Leaf, Parsley Leaf, Red Raspberry, Lemon Verbena, and Spearmint. HERBAL INFUSION: Bring water to a boil and turn off heat. Add 1 tsp. herb per 1 cup of water. Let sit covered for 10 minutes before straining. Always shake condensation from the lid covering back into the tea. Add honey or lemon to taste. Enjoy hot or iced.
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