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Mango Mimosa White Tea

Mango Mimosa White Tea

Ingredients & Taste 

Peony white tea, hibiscus, organic mango pieces, rose petals, marigold flowers, blue corn flowers, artificial flavoring.  Mango Mimosa White Tea has a sweet tropical mango aroma with a very refreshingly sweet citrusy fragrance and taste. White tea is a light and refreshing drink which has many properties for leading a healthier lifestyle. Don't forget, you can get 2-3 additional cups of tea from each serving.


Health & Wellness Benefits

Mango leaves are a high source of Vitamin A, Vitamin B, and Vitamin C, making it a naturally healthy choice to add more vitamins to your diet. According to the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements, mango has vitamin A which aids in clearing your vision, promotes healthy bone growth, assists cell division and differentiation, controls immune functions, assists formation of lymph cells and promotes healthy linings of the eyes, stomach, lungs, urinary tract and intestines.  The writers of Health and Wealth claim mango tea has been used by European physicians to help in the treatment of diabetes. According to them, mango has been used to slow the progress of diabetes and is also associated with healing the blood vessels in and around the pancreas that have been damaged as a result of diabetes. They also suggests that drinking one cup of mango tea per day can aid in the treatment of hypertension because it helps to strengthen the blood vessels. 



Mimosa are made from large peony white tea leaves that are flavored with mango and champagne and then hand blended with herbs, flower petals and real fruit pieces. The earthy flavor of the white tea is a great match for the sweetness of the mango, especially after being rounded out by the floral notes from the petals. With a soft body, but still full of flavor, this tea is crisp and lively and will be enjoyed hot or iced.


Medicinal use of Peonies dates back to the ancient Chinese civilization. Consuming a tonic made from the flower is helpful as a muscle relaxant in cases such as general muscular pain and cramps and also menstrual discomfort. Studies also report that it is a great liver support, thins the blood, and promotes blood vessel dilation. 


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Hibiscus is used for treating loss of appetite, colds, heart and nerve diseases, upper respiratory tract pain and swelling (inflammation), fluid retention, stomach irritation, and disorders of circulation; for dissolving phlegm; as a gentle laxative; and as a diuretic to increase urine output.  he fruit acids in hibiscus may work like a laxative. Some researchers think that other chemicals in hibiscus might be able to lower blood pressure; decrease spasms in the stomach, intestines, and uterus; and work like antibiotics to kill bacteria and worms.


Rose petals contain a good deal of Vitamin C and are very safe for human consumption. The petals can be eaten raw to increase blood circulation, and they also relieve depression. Rose tea acts as a mild laxative.


These distinctive sky-blue flowers of Blue Corn have long been used to deliver relief to medical patients. Corn Flower tea acts as a laxative and also as a mouth cleanser. It is safe to consume the flowers in their raw state. A paste made from corn flowers brings relief to acne and tired or irritated eyes. 


Marigold Flower is a cleansing and detoxifying herb with anti-fungal, anti-viral and antibiotic activity. Marigold flowers are strongly anti-inflammatory and healing. This herbal tea also may be used for gastritis, and is an ideal healing drink for anyone who has undergone surgery. Marigold Flower Tea can help to regulate women's menstrual periods and benefits the immune and lymphatic systems.


Whtie Tea 

White tea appears to have more potent anticancer qualities than green tea, according to studies performed at the Linus Pauling Institute of Oregon State University in Corvallis. According to Milton Schiffenbauer, Ph.D., a microbiologist and professor at Pace University in New York City, white tea is more effective than green tea at inactivating viruses, bacteria and fungi responsible for streptococcus infections and pneumonia. When it comes to fighting bugs, "white tea is about 10 percent more effective than green." Drinking white tea was as effective at suppressing intestinal tumors as ingesting sulindac (Clinoril), a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for cancer treatment, in a study published in the February 2003 issue of Carcinogenesis.

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