Rise and Shine Tea

$6.00 CAD / 150g

This is a tea that we would like to drink everyday, especially in the morning.  When you need to wake up a few times during the night, it’s hard to feel right during the day.  However, this wonderful tea helps us to have a clear mind and enjoy the day again!  Along with all its nutrients, it tastes wonderful too!!  We like it sweetened with raw honey, and sometimes blend in some milk to make it smooth.  Usually, we’ll have 1 L or 2 L ready in the fridge, so we can have it any time.  Serve hot or cool.


Ingredients: Bilberry leaf, Gingko leaf, Green Tea, Peppermint leaf, Cloves, Ginger root

* Simply add in 1 to 2 tsps of the premixed herbs to 1 cup of hot water.  And let it steep for 8 to 10 mins.


Bilberry ( fruit or leaf )


  • gives nutritional support to the small vessels in your eyes and any other part of the body.
  • has traditionally been used to treat poor night vision, bruising, capillary fragility, varicose veins, poor circulation, Raynaud’s disease, and circulatory complications due to diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, and periodontal disease.
  • especially useful as an anti-aging supplement.


  • effective in increasing peripheral blood flow, thus useful in treating age related brain disorders, cerebral and vascular insufficiency, Raynaud’s disease, chronic bronchitis, emphsyma and to prevent strokes.
  • can increase energy, decrease blood clotting, promote better concentration, improve hearing, atherosclerosis and others.
  • has antioxidant effects and is especially popular as a longevity drug in Japan. currently being studied in cases of dementis and Alzheimer’s disease.
  • an excellent source of iron, calcium and vitamin C.

Green Tea

  • rich in fluoride, can reduce the risk of tooth decay.
  • damp Green Tea leaves are useful as a poultice for insect bites to reduce itching and inflamation.
  • boost the immune system. It is effective, especially in preventing but also treating a wide variety of cancers, including, bladder, colon, esophagus, pancreas, skin, rectum, respiratory, and stomach. Topical administration of Green Tea both prevented and reduced skin tumors in one study.
  • prompted leukemia cells to die in eight of ten patient samples tested in the laboratory.
  • fewer incidents of heart disease among Green Tea drinkers. And it lowers blood pressure and protects against hypertension.
  • may slow the effects of normal aging and its associated brain regression. It adds a measurable level of protection to the brain, helping shield it from irreversible damage due to cerebral ischemia and consequent neurological deficits.” In other words, it will help you stay smart.
  • may help to normalize and maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Some data suggests that Green Tea consumption prevents type II diabetes. In healthy human volunteers, Green Tea promoted healthy glucose metabolism.
  • may fight inflammation and help prevent arthritis.
  • a natural detox, will help your body flush toxins that break loose with exercise.
  • other health benefits ascribed to Green Tea: oral health, headache cure, vision improvement, skin improvement, digestion, etc…


  • One of the oldest and most popular remedies for simple colic and minor bloat in children and adults. It promotes relaxation.
  • good for all digestive problems, helps stomach pain caused by indigestion and is soothing to the stomach. It expels stomach and colon gas.
  • excellent for fevers, flu, colds, diarrhea, ulcers, and colitis.
  • strengthens nerves and heart muscles.
  • cleanses and tones the body.
  • can be used instead of aspirin for headaches. And it stimulates blood circulation.
  • useful for relieving muscle cramps, menstrual cramps, nausea and loss of appetite.


  • kills the bacteria that causes odour in the mouth and leaves the mouth clean tasting and smelling.
  • its main component, Eugenol, is a powerful multifaceted phytochemical that anesthetizes, kills intestinal parasites, bacteria and fungi, fights free radical oxidation, and thins the blood.
  • relieves pain, increase blood circulation, aid digestion, and are antiseptic and antimicrobial.
  • has been used to treat toothaches, earaches, colds, flu, backaches, bronchitis, dysentery, muscle aches, nausea and vomiting. Apply directly to a toothache or cold sore.


  • a remedy for digestive disorders, loss of appetite, nausea, fever, coughing, colds, flu, vomiting, diarrhea, rheumatism and lumbago. Prevents motion sickness, and prevents cancer in animals.
  • stimulate the circulatory and respiratory systems, lower cholesterol, deter blood clots, purify the blood, boosts the metabolism hence aiding the body’s recovery from the negative effects of stress and fatigue.
  • great in cough syrups and helps relieve congestion in the sinus cavities especially when combined with Cayenne.
  • has cleansing effect on the kidneys and bowels.
  • helps to remove excess toxins from the body.
  • helps with suppressed menstruation and is excellent for menstrual cramps.
  • reduce muscle spasms
  • source of trace minerals, especially silicon, magnesium and manganese.
  • The Chinese value ginger as a stimulating diaphoretic and always add ginger to meat dishes to detoxify the meat. They use ginger externally to remove the heat of painful, inflamed and stiff joints. An oil extract of ginger is used in massage therapy for the treatment of dandruff and for earaches.

“The ABC Herbal” by Stephen H. Home
“The How to Herb Book” by Velma J. Keith and Monteen Gordon
“Practical Herbalism” by Phil Fritchey
“Nutritional Herbology” by Mark Pedersen


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