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30 Tea Bags per Pouch (1.5 g) Code: 76622SIBV

A wise person once said, Sometimes all you need is a good cup of tea. Tea, the second most consumed beverage after water, can be used a natural way to hydrate by those looking to help support healthy lifestyle practices. With a designer mix of...
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Primary Benefits

  • Delicious alterative tea
  • Uses high quality organic herbs
  • Caffeine-free
  • Contributes to a healthy lifestyle
  • Supports digestive health
  • Botanicals with digestive and gentle skin properties
  • Soothing herbal blend
  • Biodegradable pyramid teabags
  • Contains NO yeast, corn, wheat, dairy, egg or MSG
  • No artificial colour or artificial flavour

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 - This product is vegan

Quality Standards - GMP Operations and Standardised Ingredients

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

What Makes This Product Unique?

A wise person once said, Sometimes all you need is a good cup of tea. Tea, the second most consumed beverage after water, can be used a natural way to hydrate by those looking to help support healthy lifestyle practices. With a designer mix of botanicals and herbs, alterative teas are made from botanicals that have digestive and skin health properties. A key benefit to all functional teas is to replace sugary drinks or coffee. While traditional teas, made from Camellia sinensis plant, contain antioxidant supporting ingredients, they often contain more tannins and caffeine than herbal blends and, as such, provide a bitter or astringent flavour profile many people try to cover with sweeteners. Herbal teas, on the other hand, are crafted from botanicals and taste light, soft and mellow providing similar benefits without the caffeine.

Shopping Annuity Brand Premium BalancTea offers a light, sweet flavour of hibiscus along with 11 other botanicals heralded by herbalists for their benefits. Relied on for centuries, herbal teas have gained popularity around the world and are expected to continue to rise as more people focus on maintaining their health through better nutrition and lifestyle choices. Herbal teas are created by steeping herbs: submerging roots, seeds and botanicals in water to infuse their natural flavours. Ingredients are selected for the unique benefits they can provide. These teas offer numerous benefits while ensuring that they can easily fit into everyday routines.

Hibiscus tea is known for its sweet, light flavour as well as providing a light pink colour to the appearance free from artificial colouring, preservatives and caffeine. Hibiscus, a symbol of feminine beauty and youthfulness, has antioxidant properties that support healthy digestion, healthy skin and help support the immune system. This team delivers a refreshing way to support digestive health and radiant skin. Botanicals like fennel and cardamom naturally aid in debloating because their strong flavours stimulate the body to kickstart the signal for digestion. Orange peel adds crisp, sweet notes that make it a great choice – hot or cold. To round out the alterative support blend found in Shopping Annuity Brand Premium BalancTea, there are raw dandelion root, nettle leaf and lemon balm.

Shopping Annuity Brand Premium BalancTea is a balanced herbal blend to support debloating with healthy skin and digestion benefits.

Shopping Annuity Premium BalancTea can be sipped throughout the day, before meals or right before bed, and it’s been crafted with distinctive biodegradable bags that can go straight to your compost heap after using to put nutrients back into your flower bed or vegetable garden. Be wise about your health with Shopping Annuity Premium BalancTea.

Premium loose-leaf tea ingredients that support digestive health and healthy skin, conveniently compacted into one multiuse, biodegradable tea sachet.

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Key Ingredients

Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) Calyx 300 mg
Hibiscus is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, popular for its vivid colours and trumpet-shaped flowers. Hibiscus sabdariffa, sometimes known as roselle, is one variety used to add a red colour and flavour to herbal teas. While the deep red variety of hibiscus is the most widely known, there are other colours of hibiscus varieties, ranging from beige to rose to yellow. While the flavours are mostly similar, varieties of lighter colours tend to be more tart, while the darker varieties are fuller and more robust.

Foeniculi Fructus (Foeniculum vulgare) Fruit 180 mg
Native to the southern Mediterranean region, fennel is a perennial herb with yellow flowers and feathery leaves whose aromatic seeds are harvested for a variety of uses. Fennel seeds are a versatile spice with a distinct flavour profile that is often compared to liquorice.

Orange (Citrus sinensis) Peel 180 mg
Though often discarded before enjoying the fruit, orange peels contain polyphenols – showing to provide more than the fruit of an orange itself – which are well known for their antioxidant properties.

Rose Hips (Rosa canina) Fruit 165 mg
Of approximately 100 different Rosa species, some rose bushes produce ripe, dried receptacles (hips) that contain the plant’s pseudo fruits and seeds. Rosehips are typically left on the bush and not harvested until after the first frost of the fall or winter season, allowing them to soften and their red colour to brighten. (5) Rosehips contain the carotenoid astaxanthin, which may contribute to skin health.

Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Root 135 mg
The main active compound of liquorice root is glycyrrhizin, which is responsible for its sweet taste and antioxidant properties, and is valued for its ability to help support the body’s natural response to physical, chemical and emotional stressors. Liquorice root may contribute to digestive health.

Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Leaf 120 mg
Melissa officinalis, or lemon balm, is a perennial, lemon-scented herb native to mountainous areas of southern Europe and North Africa. Sometimes referred to as bee balm, lemon balm has been used for centuries to attract bees – thus its genus name Melissa, meaning honeybee. Interestingly enough, lemon balm is not related to lemon, lemon eucalyptus, or lemongrass, but rather it is a plant in the mint family. Its edible leaves are often added to foods and teas for their refreshing, bright and citrusy taste.

Nettle (Urtica dioica) Leaf 120 mg
Nettle is an herbaceous perennial flowering plant native to Europe, Asia, North America and North Africa that has been used for centuries. Although Urtica dioica is considered a weed, its seeds, leaves and even roots are used as in many countries, as it contains natural levels of polysaccharides.

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Root 75 mg
Dandelion root is popularly known for its concentrations of inulin. Inulin is a type of soluble fibre that supports the maintenance of healthy gut bacteria in the digestive tract. Oligofructans, such as inulin, are used as food sources by beneficial intestinal bacteria. Inulin has also been shown to help support bowel regularity, as it supports the movement of food through the digestive system.

Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) Leaf 75 mg
Lemongrass is given its name for its lemony scent within the grass family. It is grown in tropical climates and is popular in Thai cuisine and teas for its bright lemon flavour with a hint of ginger. Though both lemongrass and lemon balm provide lemon aromas and tastes, lemongrass has a richer flavour. Lemongrass is frequently used in alterative and adaptogenic tea blends.

Olive (Olea europaea) Leaf 75 mg

A staple of the Mediterranean diet, the olive tree’s applicable parts include its oils, fruits and leaves. Olive leaves contain an active ingredient known as oleuropein. Oleuropein is a phenolic compound which, like many phenolic compounds, has shown antioxidant activity.

Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) Root 45 mg
Marshmallow is a perennial herb that is native to Europe and parts of Asia that has been used for over 2,000 years. The mucilage-rich roots are thought to be responsible for many of the beneficial effects of marshmallow. Researchers suggest that mucilage and flavonoids from marshmallow may form a protective layer over the gastric mucosa.

Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) Seed 15 mg
Native to India, cardamom is an herb that grows up to 4 meters in height and produces green pods that contain seeds. Cardamom is a close relative to ginger and turmeric, and its spice is a staple in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. Cardamom has a distinct aroma and flavour that is used in both sweet and savory dishes.

Amla (Phyllanthus emblica) Fruit Powder 15 mg
Amla berries, also commonly known as Indian gooseberries, are native to India and the Middle East, but are now also grown in other countries with cool and humid climates. Amla berries contain concentrations of antioxidants which may help support the immune system.


Is this tea caffeine free?
Shopping Annuity Brand Premium BalancTea is caffeine free, making this the perfect tea to drink hot or cold, any time during the day. The unique blend of botanicals works together to ease belly bloat and has antioxidant properties, which may help encourage healthy skin and hair.

How many cups can I drink daily?
Shopping Annuity Premium BalancTea is an herbal tea free of preservatives and added flavours and provides antioxidant benefits and beneficial polyphenols. It is safe to drink 2-4 cups daily as the ingredients were chosen as they may support digestive health and healthy skin.

Can the tea bag be re-used?

Yes, the tea bag can be used twice. Once finished with the tea bag, you may safely toss it into your garden or compost since the material is biodegradable, making this tea both reusable and environmentally helpful.

Who is this product for?
Shopping Annuity Brand Premium BalancTea is for anyone looking for a natural way to promote digestive comfort and skin health. It was created specifically to offer a way to care for your body by adding this to your daily routine.

Is this tea recommended for children?
Although Shopping Annuity Brand Premium BalancTea contains organic herbs and botanicals that may be safe for children to consume, it is not suggested to give to children under 2 years old. Always consult your physician before making any changes in your health regimen.

Is this tea safe for women who are pregnant or nursing?
This tea is not recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing. Fennel, liquorice root and lemongrass are not recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing. Please consult your physician before making any changes in your health regimen.

Who should avoid drinking this tea?
It is not recommended that you consume this tea if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. This tea is not recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing. If you are currently taking thyroid medications, diuretics, blood thinners or barbiturates, talk to your physician first.

What are the benefits herbal teas have over traditional teas?
While both herbal and traditional teas are beneficial for hydration, herbal teas contain various ingredients to provide natural benefits. For example, botanicals like hibiscus, liquorice root, lemon and cardamom may support digestive health while also providing a light, crisp taste that can be enjoyed hot or cold any time of day.


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