Papaya Mint Tea (16 Bags)
Seelect Tea brings you a perfect combination of two favorites, papaya and peppermint. Papaya is recognized as an invaluable herb, and peppermint is known not only for its soothing effect, but also its distinctive aroma. Seeelct Tea’s Papaya-Mint Tea makes a wonderful cup of tea that can be enjoyed both day and night. Papaya Mint Tea is vegan, gluten-free, and kosher.
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Flavor: Some consider papaya leaf to be a little on the bitter side, but Seelect Tea's Papaya-Mint Tea takes on an entirely new taste and aroma with the addition of peppermint. Pour one cup of fresh boiling water over tea bag, steep 4-6 minutes. The longer Seelect Tea’s Papaya-Mint Tea steeps, the stronger the flavor. Lemon or sweetener may be added.
Tea Type: Documents have been recovered dating back to Ancient Egypt and Ancient China that refer to people enjoying the many uses of herbal tea. In addition to the great taste of Seelect Tea’s Papaya-Mint Tea, some of the benefits cited for daily herbal tea consumption include its value as an antioxidant and energy booster, its immune enhancement properties, its ability to calm the mind and assist in relaxation, and its ability to improve circulation. Other great herbal teas by Seelect Tea include Catnip Tea, Parsley Leaf Tea, and Organic Senna Leaf Tea.
History & Health: Originally from Central and South America and the Caribbean and nicknamed the “Fruit of the Angels,” the papaya tree is known for much more than it’s delicious, juicy fruit. The leaves of the papaya plant contain enzymes called “papain” that can not only help to break down the fibers in meat, but also help in the digestion process of proteins and gluten in the gut. Seelect Tea’s Papaya-Mint Leaf Tea is particularly of interest to those with celiac disease or to those with difficulty digesting gluten. Not only that, but Seelect Tea’s Papaya-Mint Leaf Tea is also said to help with IBS, heartburn, and help to increase the appetite. Seelect Tea’s Papaya-Mint Leaf Tea contains beta-carotene, calcium, niacin, and Vitamin C. Surprisingly, there is more Vitamin C in the leaves than in the fruit.
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