Pure Joy Herbal Tea - Optimism (Organic)

St. John's Wort, holy basil & orange
An organic blend of tulsi, said to help maintain vitality, and St. John's Wort, thought to contribute to emotional balance, and deliciously tangy orange.
USDA Organic

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  • Infusion Time 5'

  • Quantity 0.6 oz / 34 fl oz - 16 g / 1L

  • Temperature of infusion 200°F - 90°C

  • Time of the day All day long, Evening



Like a burst of lively, carefree laughter, live in the moment with vitality as you savor this uplifting blend of St. John's Wort, holy basil and orange.

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Savor this blend of holy basil, said to help maintain vitality, and St. John's Wort, thought to contribute to emotional balance.


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The beneficial plants in this caffeine free herbal tea

  • Organic St. John’s wort
    Hypericum perforatum

    A perennial plant studded with many small, bright yellow flowers, St. John's wort was considered by ancient druids to be a blessed plant whose smell drove away evil spirits, hence its alternative name, The Devil’s Scourge. The plant helps balance the emotions and promotes relaxation. It is  widely used in Germany for its therapeutic benefits. St John’s wort can be recognised by the many dots visible on its leaves when held up to the light.

  • Organic holy basil
    Ocimum tenuiflorum

    Also known as tulsi, holy basil has been used for centuries in India, where it is often grown near Buddhist temples. It is described as an adaptogenic plant because it helps the body adapt to stress. Tulsi contains antioxidants and has many benefits, including promoting vitality.

  • Organic schisandra berries
    Schisandra chinensis

    Known as Wu Wei Zi, the five-flavour berry, this climbing plant native to China has been used for thousands of years, particularly for the antioxidant properties of its fruit. Schisandra is described as an adaptogenic plant because it helps the body adapt to stress.

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A collection of sensorial herbal teas that offers a new and innovative approach to wellbeing; a holistic experience!

- Our collection features four organic herbal teas that offer therapeutic benefits and sensorial experiences to complement the well-being properties of the plants.
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-Take some time for yourself with these wellness experiences for mind and body.

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Suggestion of preparation

How to prepare this infusion hot:

Infuse 0.6 oz / 16 g in 34 fl oz / 1 L of filtered water at 200°F (90°C) for 5 minutes.

How to prepare this infusion iced:

Infuse 0.6 oz / 16 g in 34 fl o oz / 1 L of filtered water at room temperature for 1 hour. When the infusion is ready, place the liquor in the fridge to cool.

Tea ingredients

apple*, lemongrass*, rosehip seed*, St. John's Wort* (5%), holy basil* (5%), lemon peel*, orange peel* (3%), schisandra berries* (2,5%), natural orange and orange blossom flavouring, cornflower petals*.

*Organically grown ingredients

No added sugar, no GMO.

Not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, and for children. People taking medication should consult a healthcare professional before use.

All claims and statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product is not intended to be used in the management of diabetes. If you have any medical condition or are taking medications, please consult your healthcare practitioner.

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