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GLOW Herbal Tea – Tin and BULK

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Rich in health-boosting properties, this detoxifying herbal tea blend soothes and nourishes skin from the inside out.  Click the “The Science” tab, to unlock the science behind the healing properties of this incredible herbal blend!  Save More, by combining the Vroom Tin (12 tea bags) with the Vroom 1/2 lb Bulk Bag! 

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GLOW Herbal Tea Blend, Tin and BULK Bag:

COMBO: Tin and Bulk Bag – Save More, by combining the Vroom Tin (12 tea bags) with the Vroom 1/2 lb Bulk Bag! 

  • IMPROVE SKIN HEALTH

  • BOOST IMMUNITY

  • IMPROVES ORAL HEALTH

  • HELPS LOWER THE RISK OF HEART DISEASE

  • ANTIOXIDANTS

  • SUPPRESSES SEVERAL TYPES OF CANCER CELLS

  • LOWERS RISK OF ALZHEIMER’S AND PARKINSON’S DISEASES

  • MAY LOWER BLOOD PRESSURE

  • FIGHTS BACTERIA

  • AIDS IN AID WEIGHT LOSS.

  • CAN LOWER BLOOD PRESSURE

  • GOOD FOR THE HEART

  • TREAT INFLAMMATION

  • AID DIGESTION

  • ENHANCE BLOOD CIRCULATION

  • REDUCED CHOLESTEROL LEVELS

  • IMPROVES ORAL HEALTH

  • 100% ORGANIC HERBS

Tin has 12 Biodegradable Pyramid Sachets, each containing 3g of tea. Bulk Bag, is loose leaf tea.  75 servings.  Use a loose leaf tea, strainer or infuser.

Rich in health-boosting properties, this detoxifying blend soothes and nourishes skin from the inside out. Rare white tea, hibiscus flowers, and yellow dock neutralize free radicals, eliminate toxins, and help in maintaining a healthy, youthful glow.

Ingredients:

White Tea Leaf*, Hibiscus Flowers*, Rose Hips*, Orange Peel*, Dandelion Leaf*, Yellow Dock Root*

*organic (Click on “The Science” tab to see the health benefits of each of these incredible herbal leafs)

TIN – 12 TEA SACHETS

(12 Biodegradable Pyramid Sachets, each containing 3g of tea)

Weight: 3.9 oz    Dimensions:  2.5″ × 2.5″ × 6″

BULK BAG

1/2 lb Bulk Bag is loose leaf tea. 75 servings. Use a loose leaf tea, strainer or infuser.

Weight: 1/2 pound   Dimensions:  11″ × 7″ × 2″

Legal Disclaimer:

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

 

Directions

Brewing Instructions:

Add 1-2 tsp loose leaf tea into strainer or infuser. Pour 8 oz freshly boiled filtered water over tea. Steep for 3-5 minutes. Sweeten if desired. Enjoy!

The Science

Tea and herbs have been used for centuries as medicine for healing the body naturally. Traditionally used in Chinese medicine first, it’s spread the world over. Herbal tea remedies can provide potent doses of vitamins and minerals, and many have powerful healing properties.

Let’s go over the benefits of each of the ingredients in our GLOW, Herbal Tea Blend. Below are the main health benefits of each of the ingredients that are supported by studies.

Ingredients:

White Tea Leaf*, Hibiscus Flowers*, Rose Hips*, Orange Peel*, Dandelion Leaf*, Yellow Dock Root*

*organic

White Tea Leaf

White tea is made from the Camellia sinensis plant.

Its leaves and buds are picked just before they are fully open, when they’re covered in fine white hairs. This is where white tea gets its name.

Green tea and black tea are also made from the Camellia sinensis plant. However, different processing methods give them their unique flavors and aromas.

White tea is the least processed of the three teas. Because of this, it retains a high amount of antioxidants.

This is thought to be one reason why studies have linked white tea with many health benefits. For example, it may help reduce the risk of heart disease, combat skin aging and even help with weight loss.

9 science-backed benefits of drinking white tea.

  1. White tea is packed with polyphenols, which have antioxidant benefits. They help reduce chronic inflammation by protecting the body against damage from free radicals.
  2. Polyphenols like those found in white tea may help relax blood vessels, boost immunity and prevent bad cholesterol from becoming oxidized. These factors may help lower the risk of heart disease.
  3. White tea is a good source of caffeine and catechins like EGCG. These two compounds may have a synergistic effect that helps the body burn fat and boost metabolism.
  4. White tea is a great source of fluoride, catechins and tannins. Several studies have shown that these compounds can help fight bacteria that cause plaque on teeth.
  5. Test-tube studies have found that white tea extract suppressed several types of cancer cells and stopped them from spreading. However, more human research is needed.
  6. Insulin resistance is a harmful condition linked to many chronic diseases. Studies have shown that polyphenols like those found in white tea may lower the risk of insulin resistance and improve blood sugar control.
  7. Osteoporosis is common among the elderly and may lead to fractures. Compounds found in white tea, including the polyphenols called catechins, may lower the risk of osteoporosis by promoting bone growth and suppressing bone breakdown.
  8. White tea and its compounds may protect the skin from damage linked to aging. This includes external damage from the sun’s UV rays and internal damage from cellular components that may harm the skin’s fiber network.
  9. EGCG, which is found in white tea, has been linked with a lower risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. EGCG may help fight inflammation and prevent proteins from clumping and damaging nerves, two conditions linked with these disorders.

Hibiscus Flowers

Hibiscus tea is an herbal tea that’s made by steeping parts of the hibiscus plant in boiling water.

It has a tart flavor similar to that of cranberries and can be enjoyed both hot and cold.

There are several hundred species of hibiscus varying by the location and climate they grow in, but Hibiscus sabdariffa is most commonly used to make hibiscus tea.

Research has uncovered a range of health benefits linked to drinking hibiscus tea, showing that it may lower blood pressure, fight bacteria and even aid weight loss.

8 Benefits of Hibiscus Tea (Backed by Science)

  1. Animal studies have found that hibiscus extract has antioxidant properties. Additional studies are needed to determine how this may translate to humans.
  2. Some studies have found that hibiscus tea may lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure. However, it should not be taken with hydrochlorothiazide to prevent an interaction.
  3. Some studies have found that hibiscus tea may lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure. However, it should not be taken with hydrochlorothiazide to prevent an interaction.
  4. Human and animal studies have found that hibiscus extract may benefit liver health by increasing drug-detoxifying enzymes and reducing liver damage and fatty liver.
  5. A few human and animal studies have associated the consumption of hibiscus extract with decreased body weight and body fat, but more research is needed.
  6. Test-tube studies have found that hibiscus extract reduces the growth and spread of plasma, mouth, prostate and stomach cancer cells. Human studies are needed to evaluate the effect of hibiscus tea.
  7. Test-tube studies have found that hibiscus extract could fight certain strains of bacteria. More research is needed to determine how hibiscus tea may affect bacterial infections in humans.
  8. Aside from its multitude of possible health benefits, hibiscus tea is delicious and easy to prepare at home.

Rose Hips

12 Amazing Health Benefits Of Rose Hips

Rosehips benefits are many and the reason that they are so popular is because they are highly effective in treating a wide variety of health conditions. Let us see what are they.

  1. Prevent Cancer And Other Chronic Diseases
  2. Lower Cholesterol
  3. Additional Vitamin C Benefits
  4. Help Prevent Rheumatoid Arthritis
  5. Can Help Treat Diabetes
  6. Good For The Heart
  7. Treat Inflammation
  8. Aid Digestion
  9. Regulate Blood Pressure
  10. Improve Skin Health
  11. Enhance Blood Circulation
  12. Improve Kidney Health

Orange Peel

While eating an orange peel might not seem very appetizing or appealing, it actually doesn’t taste that bad. You quickly get use to the thickness and texture of the hard peel.

Here are 9 Health Benefits of Eating Orange Peels

  1. Lowers High Blood Pressure and Cholesterol:  Orange peels, white pulp, and pith are full of hesperidin, a flavonoid that’s been shown to have these benefits. Elzbieta Kurowska, Ph.D., vice president of research at KGK Synergize in Ontario, Canada, has found in her studies that polymethoxylated flavones (PMFs) in orange peels are more likely to lower cholesterol than many prescription drugs.
  2. Anti-Allergetic:  The peel has something in it that prevents histamine from being released. Histamines are a chemical that causes allergic reactions. Orange peel’s prevention of its release makes them a potentially anti-allergic food that will help that sneezing and runny nose from allergies.
  3. Anti-Inflammatory:  Orange peels have similar properties to the anti-inflammatory drug, indomethacin.
  4. Improves Oral Health:  It whitens teeth and reduces sensitivity. The citrus also acts as a natural breath freshener.
  5. Boosts Immune System:  The high concentration of Vitamin C and Vitamin A will strengthen your immune system and keep a cold, cough, and flu far far away.
  6. Anti-Cancer Activity:  According to research published in the journal BioMed Research International: “Due to their broad range of pharmacological properties, citrus flavonoids have gained increased attention. Accumulative in vitro and in vivo studies indicate protective effects of polymethoxyflavones (PMFs) against the occurrence of cancer. PMFs inhibit carcinogenesis by mechanisms like blocking the metastasis cascade, inhibition of cancer cell mobility in circulatory systems, proapoptosis, and antiangiogenesis.”
  7. Protects Respiratory System:  Eating foods that contain beta-cryptoxanthin are proven to lower your chances for lung cancer significantly. Orange peels and oranges are both known to contain a lot of this.
  8. Improves Digestive System:  The peels contain lots of fiber and non-soluble polysaccharides which help food move through your intestines better and digestion to work smoothly.
  9. Helps with Weight Loss:  It is low in calories and a great fiber to put in smoothies or to cut up and eat as a snack.

Dandelion LEAF

Dandelion are a family of flowering plants that grow in many parts of the world. They’re also known as Taraxacum spp., though Taraxacum officinale is the most common species.

You may be most familiar with dandelion as a stubborn weed that never seems to leave your lawn or garden. However, in traditional herbal medicine practices, dandelion are revered for their wide array of medicinal properties.

For centuries, they’ve been used to treat a myriad of physical ailments, including cancer, acne, liver disease and digestive disorders.

Here are `9 Potential Health Benefits of Dandelion, and what science has to say about them.

  1. Lowers High Blood Pressure and Cholesterol:  Orange peels, white pulp, and pith are full of hesperidin, a flavonoid that’s been shown to have these benefits. Elzbieta Kurowska, Ph.D., vice president of research at KGK Synergize in Ontario, Canada, has found in her studies that polymethoxylated flavones (PMFs) in orange peels are more likely to lower cholesterol than many prescription drugs.
  2. Anti-Allergetic:  The peel has something in it that prevents histamine from being released. Histamines are a chemical that causes allergic reactions. Orange peel’s prevention of its release makes them a potentially anti-allergic food that will help that sneezing and runny nose from allergies.
  3. Anti-Inflammatory:  Orange peels have similar properties to the anti-inflammatory drug, indomethacin.
  4. Improves Oral Health:  It whitens teeth and reduces sensitivity. The citrus also acts as a natural breath freshener.
  5. Boosts Immune System:  The high concentration of Vitamin C and Vitamin A will strengthen your immune system and keep a cold, cough, and flu far far away.
  6. Anti-Cancer Activity:  According to research published in the journal BioMed Research International: “Due to their broad range of pharmacological properties, citrus flavonoids have gained increased attention. Accumulative in vitro and in vivo studies indicate protective effects of polymethoxyflavones (PMFs) against the occurrence of cancer. PMFs inhibit carcinogenesis by mechanisms like blocking the metastasis cascade, inhibition of cancer cell mobility in circulatory systems, proapoptosis, and antiangiogenesis.”
  7. Protects Respiratory System:  Eating foods that contain beta-cryptoxanthin are proven to lower your chances for lung cancer significantly. Orange peels and oranges are both known to contain a lot of this.
  8. Improves Digestive System:  The peels contain lots of fiber and non-soluble polysaccharides which help food move through your intestines better and digestion to work smoothly.
  9. Helps with Weight Loss:  It is low in calories and a great fiber to put in smoothies or to cut up and eat as a snack.

Yellow Dock Root

Yellow dock is a fabulous herb for modern life. Not only does it support stage-2 detoxification of the liver – which most of us need because it’s not practical to live in a bubble – it also promotes healthy digestion, a diverse microbiome, and more.

Yellow dock contains a unique combination of constituents such as anthraquinones, tannins, minerals, and inulin that together synergistically to support overall health. Here are just some of the benefits:

7 Health Benefits of Yellow Dock Root

  1. Yellow dock is a digestive bitter:  Yellow dock is considered a bitter herb due to the presence of tannins, and like other bitters it makes digestion and absorption of nutrients more efficient. The bitter flavor also regulates blood sugar by decreasing sugar cravings and increasing feelings of fullness.
  2. Yellow dock supports liver detoxification:  Perhaps even more amazing is the benefit consuming bitters has on stimulating liver detoxification. While almost all people could benefit from detox support, those with the MTHFR mutation have genetically decreased detox efficiency. Adding detox-supportive herbs like yellow dock can assist an under-functioning liver get rid of toxins, waste products, and excess hormones.
  3. Yellow dock supports hormone balance and clear skin:  The bitter components in yellow dock can also be a very useful ally for naturally balancing hormones by supporting the elimination of excess estrogen during the luteal and menstrual phases of our monthly cycles. Because many skin issues originate from sluggish detox of hormones and waste products, the benefits of consuming bitters can also result in clearer skin!
  4. Yellow dock helps with diarrhea:  Yellow dock is considered helpful for nudging the body back toward balance in cases of both constipation and diarrhea (as discussed in the next section). The tannins in yellow dock are astringent, which is an herbal term for drying, healing, and toning to tissues – this is the quality which is thought to be helpful for diarrhea.
  5. Yellow dock helps with constipation:   The anthraquinones in yellow dock stimulate peristalsis of the intestines, which increases bowel transit time. Usually, people tend to use harsh, addictive laxatives to address constipation. Even naturally-occurring strong herbal laxatives can result in dependency and damage to the mucosal lining of the intestines. Because yellow dock has a smaller percentage of peristalsis stimulating ingredients, it can be used for a longer period of time with more gentle, yet still effective, benefits to digestive transit time.
  6. Yellow dock is a prebiotic:  Most people have heard by now that including probiotics in the diet is just the first step to supporting a healthy microbiome. We must also include prebiotics, the food for the probiotics. The inulin in yellow dock is a prebiotic, feeding the beneficial bacteria that are essential for digestive health.
  7. Yellow dock is high in minerals:  Yellow dock is believed to accumulate beneficial minerals from the soil into its roots and leaves. These minerals are then passed on to the lucky consumers of yellow dock! Knowing the prevalence of mineral deficiency in our country due to modern farming practices impact on soil quality, this nutritive aspect is just one more reason to make yellow dock your herbal companion. It’s high in iron and is considered a useful herbal companion during menstruation and pregnancy.

How safe is yellow dock?

According to the Botanical Safety Handbook: 2nd Edition, Safety Class 1A adaptogens can be described as:  “Herbs that can be safely consumed when used appropriately.”

History of safe traditional use:  No case reports of significant adverse events with high probability of causality.  No significant adverse events in clinical trials.  No identified concerns for use during pregnancy or lactation. No innately toxic constituents. Toxicity associated with excessive use is not a basis for exclusion from this class. Minor or self-limiting side effects are not bases for exclusion from this class.

Is yellow dock safe for pregnancy?

According to The Herbal Academy, “Despite its gentle laxative effect, yellow dock has not been found to stimulate the pregnant uterus.  Considered safe to take in pregnancy, traditional midwives have made syrups combining dandelion and yellow dock roots with black strap molasses for added iron.

Yellow dock root has been historically used as an iron-building syrup by pregnant women. Always check with your doctor before adding herbs to your diet, and listen to your intuition to help you make the best choice for yourself.

Legal Disclaimer:

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Reviews

“Being a woman, I’ve struggled with the side effects of menstruation, such as bloating, stomach cramps and an unbalanced digestive system for a long time. Since bloating is not the most attractive thing in the world, I really wanted to find a way to fight it. When I heard about this popular herbal tea, I immediately wanted to try it and since I’ve been using it, the results have been impeccable.”

Naomi C. – Newport Beach, CA

“Since I have heart disease on both sides of my family bloodline, I wanted to reduce the risks of the inevitable and find a way to fight it as much as I possibly can. Along with its immunity-boosting effects, which I’ve noticed instantly, my doctor has assured me that the herbal properties in the glow herbal tea will most definitely help fight heart disease, amongst other illnesses, such as hypertension, cancer, Parkinson’s disease and more.”

Peter W. – Cape Coral, FL

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