Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
Feng Shui Tea is a Herbal Tea that provides spiritual harmony from beginning to end. It is named after the Chinese tradition of creating balance between humans and their surroundings to encourage the flow of Qi - or Life Force.
You can now embrace such balance in your new favourite infusion. Discover its finer qualities when you buy it and try it from The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company.
What is Feng Shui Tea?
The elements of Water, Earth, Fire, Metal and Wood play a vital role in the practice of Feng Shui. These are represented by the green, red, yellow, silver and blue colours featured in our Loose Tea.
Its ingredients are Apple Pieces, Goji Berries, Dragon Fruit, Lemongrass Tea, Blackberry Leaves, Nettle Leaves, Eucalyptus Leaves, Orange Peel, Carrot Flakes, Cornflowers, Marigold Petals and Natural Flavouring.
Does Feng Shui Tea Have Caffeine?
Those who need an energy boost first thing in the morning or a pick-me-up at night choose caffeine. This is a stimulating chemical compound famous for enhancing focus and concentration when consumed.
But does Feng Shui Tea have caffeine? The simple answer is no; it doesn’t. It could be a good thing, however, as rather than perking you up, it relaxes the mind, body and soul with each divine sip.
How to Brew Feng Shui Tea
- Put Loose Tea into a Filter or Infuser (both available here).
- Place the accessory in your cup.
- Pour freshly boiled water over it.
- Allow it to steep for 5-10 minutes.
How to Serve: Consider honey or lemon. Alternatively, serve without accompaniments.
Tasting Notes: Imparts a spicy, fruity, herbaceous fusion of flavour.
Benefits of Feng Shui Tea
Studies have established that Lemongrass Tea Benefits extend to preventing Urinary Tract Infections. Meanwhile, according to a US clinical trial, Nettle Leaf Tea promotes weight loss. Preliminary research has likewise found that it treats thyroid issues, hayfever, insomnia and high blood pressure.
Those curious to learn more should check out our Nettle Tea Benefits & Side Effects article for the latest information.
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
CountryMore Than One Origin