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Shopping Annuity Brand Premium Wellbeing Tea

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Shopping Annuity Premium Wellbeing Tea

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Shopping Annuity Brand Premium Wellbeing Tea

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30 Tea Bags Per Pouch (45 g) Code: UK6618SIBV

The concept of tea originated in China, recognized as the term “Cha,” and was specifically named to symbolically represent the balance between human beings and nature. Shopping Annuity® Premium Wellbeing Tea represents just that.  Hot or cold...
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Primary Benefits:

  • Uses the highest quality organic and wildcrafted herbs
  • Uses ingredients that contain vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants
  • Subtle taste with a soothing spice to enjoy all day long
  • Biodegradable pyramid teabags
  • CONTAINS NO yeast, corn, wheat, dairy, egg, MSG
  • No preservatives, artificial colour or artificial flavour
  • Free of preservatives & aroma additives

Product Classifications:

Gluten-Free - The finished product contains no detectable gluten (<10ppm gluten)

No Detectable GMOs - The finished product contains no detectable genetically-modified organisms

Vegan - The product is made without ingredients produced by or derived from animals

Quality Standards - GMP Operations and Standardized Ingredients

Checked For: Heavy Metals, Microbiological Contaminants, Allergens, Residual Solvents, Potency, Purity and Identity

What Makes This Product Unique?

The concept of tea originated in China, recognised as the term “Cha,” and was specifically named to symbolically represent the balance between human beings and nature. Shopping Annuity® Premium Wellbeing Tea represents just that, as it encompasses all organic herbal and botanical ingredients, all of which are grown naturally in the environment and promote positive physiological functions of the human body. Hot or cold - this distinctive tea offers a crisp, yet subtle earthy taste suitable for drinking anytime.

Today more and more consumers are looking for natural health alternatives. Shopping Annuity® Premium Wellbeing Tea offers 8 organic-sourced functional herbs for an invigorating and refreshing tea. We know daily health practices should seamlessly fit into your busy day, which is why we made the herbal tea consumers will want to drink every day.

The unique ingredient of red rooibos tree leaves makes this tea caffeine-free while containing a lower amount of tannins than its black and green tea counterparts; higher levels of tannins may counteract the absorption of iron and other minerals and vitamins. This exclusive product not only serves as a great alternative for those looking to enjoy an herbal tea free of preservatives and artificial flavours, but also offers plant and environmental enthusiasts the added value of repurposing its biodegradable tea bags for compost and organic fertilisers.

Shopping Annuity® Premium Wellbeing Tea contains various roots and herbs that are known to have been historically utilised for health and wellbeing, such as ginger root. These roots may help deliver natural tranquil and energising rejuvenation benefits. Make this part of your healthy practices and notice the difference in your overall health.

Optimise the traditional way to use botanicals. Premium loose-leaf tea blends in a biodegradable tea sachet.

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please speak to your health care provider before starting this or any supplement regimen.

* This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Key Ingredients:

Organic Red Rooibos 315 mg
Rooibos, meaning "red bush," is a member of the plant family Fabaceae that grows in South Africa's fynbos. It is low in tannins and free from caffeine and oxalic acid. The Rooibos plant contains health-promoting antioxidants such as aspalathin and quercetin.

Organic Lemon Peel 270 mg
Lemon peel contains antioxidants, including D-limonene and vitamin C. Vitamin C is regarded as a highly beneficial nutrient for health and wellness.

Organic Spearmint Leaf 225 mg
Spearmint gets its name from its characteristic spear-shaped leaves. In addition to being used in hygiene products such as toothpaste, mouth wash and soap, spearmint is also added to foods and candy for its distinct taste and bright aroma. It is commonly used to help support digestion and stomach comfort, due to its carvone constituent.

Organic Ginger Root 180 mg
Originating in warmer parts of Asia and now used across the globe, ginger has a long history in both traditional and alternative health practices, not to mention in cuisine. Ginger contains gingerol, a phenolic compound with antioxidant properties. Among its vast historical uses, ginger is most known for helping aid digestive comfort.

Organic Rhodiola Root 180 mg
Rhodiola or roseroot, is a perennial flowering plant that grows in cold regions of the world, including much of the Arctic, Central Asia, North America, Europe, and others. In Russia and Scandinavia, rhodiola has been used for centuries to cope with the cold Siberian climate and stressful life.

Organic Chaste Tree Berries 150 mg
The chaste tree, or Vitex agnus-castus, grows anywhere from 3 to 18 feet high and produces dark purple, aromatic berries about the size of peppercorns. Chaste tree berries are popularly known for their use to support women’s health, blood flow and a healthy physical and emotional well-being, which is critical to quality of life.

Organic Liquorice Root 105 mg
The main active compound of Liquorice root is glycyrrhizin, which is responsible for its sweet taste and antioxidant properties. Liquorice root has been used for centuries due to nutrients which aid in function of the liver and adrenal health.

Organic Raspberry Leaf 75 mg
Red raspberry leaves contain vitamin C, B vitamins, and minerals such as zinc, potassium, magnesium, iron, and phosphorus. Red raspberry leaves have antioxidant properties, thanks to their polyphenol content, like tannins and flavonoids.


Is this tea only for women?
No, men can also benefit from drinking Shopping Annuity® Premium Wellbeing Tea because the organic ingredients are blended to offer a refreshing daily tea. Drinking 2 cups daily may also improve overall health.  

Is there anyone that should avoid Shopping Annuity® Premium Wellbeing Tea?
If you are allergic or sensitive to any of the ingredients in Shopping Annuity® Premium Wellbeing Tea, you should not consume this product. This product does not contain any known allergens. This makes it suitable for anyone looking to enjoy the flavour of a wellbeing tea.

Can I use more than one tea bag per day?
Yes. Shopping Annuity® Premium Wellbeing Tea is made with red rooibos, which is naturally caffeine-free and a source of antioxidants. It’s a great beverage choice any time of day – even right before going to sleep.    

Who is this product for?
This is a great tea for those looking for a natural alternative to supplementation, consumers looking for a traditional approach to health, consumers looking for healthy lifestyle practices, and customers who want a functional food product and are looking for a tea that contains all organic products.

Should I consume this tea hot or cold? What are the best practices for preparing this product?
Shopping Annuity® Premium Wellbeing Tea can be enjoyed hot or cold. For hot tea: Steep one bag for 5-8 minutes in 6 ounces (177 ml) of boiling water (212°F or 100°C). Letting the bag steep longer allows all the flavours to infuse and may create a stronger flavour. For cold tea: Prepare following the instructions for hot tea, then pour 6 ounces (177 ml) in a glass over ice. Allow to cool before drinking.

How many servings are included?
Each bag contains 30 biodegradable tea bags per pouch. After steeping, throw the used tea bag into your flower bed or garden. Tannins and other nutrients from the tea will increase the nitrogen level in the soil and attract earthworms to help till the soil. In addition, the odour may prevent other bugs and pests from munching on your plants.

What are the benefits of drinking a tea with low levels of tannin in it?
Tannins are what contribute to the very bitter taste of some herbal teas; a tea with low tannins can offer a naturally sweet taste and spice of the botanical chosen for the blend. In addition, low tannin teas still offer antioxidant benefits without compromising mineral utilisation in the body.

Is this tea recommended for children?
Children who are under the age of 18 are not recommended to consume this tea.

*If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please speak to your health care provider before starting this or any supplement regimen.


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