- A loose leaf herbal infusion that is smooth, green (blue) and subtle with a light yet earthy sweetness, think traditional roasted green tea (Hojicha or similar with an added citrus overtone
- Contains caffeine
- Available in a refillable 32 serve Miron Violet Glass jar which will keep your herbal tea bend fresh indefinitely
- Also a available in a 32 serve refill pack
- Hand blended in Australia by herbalist Shannon Davidson who is inspired by the concept of "Moment As Medicine" and the incredible wealth and beauty of nature and a search for balance
We know you know, but natural doesn't always mean harmless. Pregnant or nursing mothers, or anyone on any medication/with a pre-existing medical condition should always consult a health professional about any dietary restrictions. Prepared in a kitchen that may also prepare tree-nuts, ground nuts and seeds.
About the FCS blend:
Cognitive and memory enhancing botanicals known as premier nootropics, paired with a stimulating antioxidant heavy base create in the FCS infusion a focusing, mentally clarifying blend .
Guayusa, an Amazonian super-leaf shares it’s message as a potent and clear stimulating base, with Gotu Kola, Brahmi, Rhodiola and Ginkgo all weaving their cerebral and memory enhancing magic. Lemon Verbena and Butterfly Pea round the blend out with their sensory anchors (did we mention the blue), antioxidant credentials and feeling of alertness that they bring.
Assists with coming into flow and focusing while quieting distraction. Cognitive support, with a physicality to help you engage more fully with the world.
*Guayusa (Ilex guayusa) aerials, *Butterfly Pea (Clitoria ternatea) flower, *Lemon Verbena (Aloysia citrodora) leaf, *Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) leaf, *Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) aerials, *Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) aerials, *Rhodiola (Rhodiola rosea) root.
Source: Local and imported
*Certified Organic. ^ Wild Harvest.
Serve hot or chilled. Place 1 heaped teaspoon per cup of nearly boiling water and steep for 5 minutes or 6-7 minutes if you prefer a stronger tea.
To serve iced, first brew hot, then reuse the leaves a second (and maybe a third) time, then cool. Keep for up to 4 days refridgerated.