Celestial Seasonings teas
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Have you heard the health benefits of tea? With the cold weather coming, are you prepping your pantry with Celestial Seasonings teas to boost your immune system? Celestial Seasonings makes more than 70 different varieties of teas, including herbal, green and wellness teas.

Celestial Herbal Tea Benefits

You may have heard about the health benefits of tea since the concept goes back thousands of years.

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Celestial Herbal Tea benefits:

In fact, the benefits of tea range in reference to the blend.

Celestial Seasonings offer a variety of flavors and blends to fit your needs, such as Celestial Chamomile.

For example, take a look at the benefits of drinking green tea:

  • Antioxidant Vitamin C – 20% of recommended daily Vitamin C to each serving
  • Flavonoid Antioxidants – Help to counter the harmful effects of free radicals in body
  • Caffeine – Less caffeine than average cup of coffee (Naturally Decaffeinated varieties available)

Adding Celestial Seasonings tea to your diet is a great way to either bolster your overall wellness or soothe seasonal symptoms.

In addition to their green tea varieties, you can also find herbal teas, such as Sleepytime®, and wellness tea blends.

In fact, the wellness teas are made with ingredients used for centuries to soothe a variety of symptoms. Depending on your needs, there is most likely a Celestial Seasoning Tea for you.

Sleepytime Sinus Soother

We have found that a cup of Sleepytime Sinus Soother™ is a great way to end the night. With cold and allergy season upon us, Colby has already had the sniffles.

Celestial Seasonings makes it a simple process to brew one cup. Boil water. Add one tea bag. Steep 6 minutes and remove tea bag. Unless you want to sweeten your brew, you are ready to enjoy.

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Which Celestial Seasonings tea is your favorite?

The chamomile, spearmint and lemongrass herbal tea blend helps you relax, while the tulsi and nettle promote respiratory comfort. The ideal blend as you prepare to go to to bed.

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