Where To Buy: Teamotions
Flavor Profile Refreshing, floral and fruity.
Ingredients Jasmine green tea, jiaogulan, jasmine flowers, cornflowers, natural flavors.
Emotional Benefit Restores inner strength and self-confidence.
Did You Know? Green tea is a natural anti-depressant and is mildly stimulating to the body and mind. Jasmine flower calms and centers the body, mind and soul, fosters confidence, and opens up emotional pathways. Jiaogulan increases strength, stamina and vitality in the body, boosts immunity and balances all body systems.
Our Little Tip As you sip, think of something kind you could do for someone else and do it. Empower yourself by serving others
What is Jiaogulan?
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Find Strength – Passionfruit Jasmine Green Tea – from Teamotions – has the BEST Passionfruit Aroma in a tea I have ever smelled!
The jasmine is mellow and I LOVE that about it as I’m not a Jasmine Flavored Fanatic like some people are. I have an appreciation for it, sure, but I usually don’t go choosing teas just for their Jasmine content.
The Green Tea and the Passionfruit are the highlights here!
It has a nice surprisingly smooth finish which was unexpected yet enjoyed very much! This tea is dandy!
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I am always surprised by things like these: “Emotional Benefit Restores inner strength and self-confidence.”
Is this true? How does it work?
Hi Xavier, I am Rachel, one of the founders of Teamotions and the creator of Find Strength-Passionfruit Jasmine green tea to restore inner strength and self-confidence. Yes, our emotional teas do work. The adaptogen herbs in them are what does the trick. Combine effective adaptogens with the soothing and rejuvination experience of tea drinking and absolutely they will nurture your emotional well-being. But don’t take my word for it. 1) Read up on adaptogens…they are amazing herbs and 2) try it for yourself and see how you feel. That is the true test right?
Perhaps this is not the place to discuss this but what difference do you make between your teas and infusions?
Thanks for commenting on this Rachel! We LOVE your expertise here! And Xavier – sure – keep the chatting coming! We welcome it!!