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7
JUL

How To Make Fruity, Delicious Hibiscus Tea Roll-Ups

Filed Under: Health Foods,Recipes,Teas at 11:07 am | By: Madeline Reiss
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This recipe is one of my all time favorites. Growing up I was a candy fiend and could never get enough of the gummy, chewy sweets. When I finally decided to cut out sweets and focus on healthier foods, I scoured the Internet in search of healthy ways to get a candy fix and keep my diet on track. Although the conventional, Fruit Roll-Up branded snacks invoke nostalgic memories of grade school cafeteria lunches, I knew the excess sugar and artificial flavors would only worsen my candy cravings!

Luckily, Alvita has provided an easy-to-make, healthy fruit roll-up recipe using their hibiscus tea! These roll-ups are fun to make and customizable depending on your fruit flavor preference. Bake up a batch on Sunday to keep the kid’s (or your own) lunches stocked for the whole week!

Ingredients

1 cup boiling water
2 teabags Alvita Hibiscus Tea
1 cup sliced peaches (frozen is fine)
1 cup strawberries
¼ cup sugar
1 tbsp lemon juice

Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
  2. Pour the boiling water over the Alvita Hibiscus Tea Bags and let steep for 5 minutes.
  3. In a blender, puree peaches and strawberries.
  4. Pour tea into a saucepan. Add sugar and heat to medium heat until liquid has evaporated by 50%.
  5. Add pureed fruit and lemon juice into tea mixture and continue to cook until the mixture thickens, around 20-30 minutes.
  6. Spread mixture onto a baking sheet lined with either a splat mat or wax paper in a  very thin layer.
  7. Bake for 3 to 4 hours until the mixture is barely sticky anymore.
  8. Let cool for 20 minutes.
  9. Peel off of used wax paper and place on fresh wax paper. Cut into long strips. Roll up for storage or eat immediately.

Looking for a low-sugar option? Substitute sugar for your favorite natural sweetener. Let us know how your fruit roll-ups turn out in the comments!




23
JUN

Turmeric Tea “Golden Milk” Shortcut Recipe

Filed Under: Health Foods,Recipes,Superfoods,Teas at 10:34 am | By: Madeline Reiss
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Looking for a delicious way to get your daily dose of turmeric? Golden milk has taken over the wellness world for it’s creamy, spicy flavor and health benefits, and its calming effect has made it a nighttime beverage of choice.

Did you know you can make golden milk with tea? So convenient! This amazing recipe from Alvita is super anti-inflammatory and makes for a wonderful, healthy nightcap.

Ingredients
2 cups unsweetened almond milk
2 teabags Alvita Turmeric Root Tea
¼ tsp ginger powder
¼ tsp black pepper
1scoop Reserveage Collagen Replenish Powder
2 tsp honey (optional)

Instructions
In a small saucepan, heat almond milk until hot, but not boiling, about 3-5 minutes. Add tea bags and let steep for 5-8 minutes. Remove tea bags and add in ginger powder, black pepper and collagen powder, stir until combined. Pour into mugs, add honey if wanted and drink immediately.

Have you ever tried golden milk? What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments!




17
MAR

Surprising Health Benefits from Licorice

Filed Under: Herbs,Supplements,Teas at 12:01 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Sometimes we find out that some foods offer benefits when you had not idea they were even considered healthy. It seems to be the case for licorice. Native to the Mediterranean but now grown throughout Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, this herb is commonly used to flavor foods and beverages but what some people may not know is that it can provide a variety of health benefits.

Licorice is known to support various issues in the digestive system including stomach ulcers, heartburn, colic, and chronic gastritis. A formulation containing licorice root along with slippery elm bark, lactulose, and oat bran has been used for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Licorice contains chemicals that are thought to decrease swelling, thin mucus secretions, decrease cough, and increase the chemicals in our body that heal ulcers.

Additionally, licorice can also be taken to help sore throat, bronchitis, cough, and infections caused by bacteria or viruses. Along with the herbs Panax ginseng and Bupleurum falcatum, licorice can help improve the function of the adrenal glands, especially in people who have taken steroid drugs long-term. Steroids tend to suppress the activity of the adrenal glands, which produce important hormones that regulate the body’s response to stress. Licorice is used intravenously to treat hepatitis B and C, as well as mouth sores (lichen planus) in people with hepatitis C.

A good number of licorice products manufactured in the U.S. actually don’t contain any licorice. Instead, they contain anise oil, which has the characteristic smell and taste of “black licorice” and is often used as a substitute. Licorice tea is another popular product that can provide the health benefits mentioned above.




25
FEB

The Many Health Benefits of Kombucha

Filed Under: General Wellness & Wellbeing,Health Foods,Teas at 10:00 am | By: Guest Blogger
Top view on homemade Kombucha with fruits

Many people are continuing to look to alternative medicine when it comes to improving our health and curing various ailments.

Kombucha is a health drink that is being increasingly consumed by people all over the world, after health experts have spread the word that those from the Far East have known for thousands of years – that it has many health benefits.

Similar to probiotic drinks, kombucha is an easy way to consume some of the essential acids and vitamins that help our body to perform to the best of its ability.

 

What is Kombucha?

Kombucha is a sweet fermented drink made from combining black tea with sugar and a kombucha culture, also known as a SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast).

The sound of fermented tea may make you scrunch up your nose, but the taste is actually quite pleasant and can be similar to sparkling apple juice.

At only 30 calories per cup (where no other ingredients are added), kombucha is a low-calorie way to boost your health by providing your body with essential nutrients.

Due to the popularity of kombucha, you can now buy ready made drinks that have interesting flavors, such as pear and peach added. Capsules are also available if you are looking for a more convenient way to consume kombucha.

If you are concerned about the amount of caffeine in black tea, there are low caffeine options too, such as green tea and lemon tea.

The brewing process for kombucha is simple, but once it begins, it produces a range of vitamins, minerals, acids, and enzymes that have amazing health benefits.

 

The Benefits of Kombucha

This nutrient rich drink improves a person’s health in many ways due to its antiviral, antifungal, and antibiotic properties. The fermenting process of kombucha produces the below acids:

  • Lactic Acid—Assists blood circulation and can help with constipation and stomach complaints
  • Acetic Acid—Can inhibit bacteria that is harmful to the body
  • Usnic Acid—A natural antibiotic
  • Oxalic Acid —Encourages cells to produce energy
  • Malic acid—Aids the detoxification of the liver
  • Gluconic Acid—Reduces instances of thrush and other candidiasis
  • Butyric acid—Strengthens the wall of the gut

 

Because of the presence of the above acids and vitamins in Kombucha, the following health benefits can be seen, although it is important to point out that none have been scientifically proven.

  • Reduced stress
  • Improved immune system
  • Fewer coughs and seasonal colds
  • Reduction in allergies
  • Increased energy
  • Reduces symptoms of arthritis
  • Improved skin/reduction of skin complaints
  • Alleviation of digestive issues
  • Improved concentration
  • Liver detox
  • Improves joint flexibility
  • Weight loss

The list above is not extensive, as kombucha will have different effects, depending on the person’s current health. You will also be pleased to know that there are many health benefits of this tasty drink emerging all of the time.

 

How Often to Consume Kombucha

When taking kombucha capsules, adults should consume 2 capsules, 2-3 times a day. If you decide to drink kombucha in its many forms, you can do so every day.

Aside from the health benefits listed above, it is refreshing to know that there is a fizzy drink on the market that is not laden with calories and chemicals. You can even enjoy drinking it on the go, knowing that you are boosting your health.




6
FEB

Heart Healthy Grocery Essentials

Filed Under: Health Foods,Nutrition,Supplements,Teas at 10:27 am | By: Jessica Justh, Senior Editor
Shopping in the supermarket

February is Heart Month so show it some love with these must-haves that support cardiovascular health. Don’t miss a beat! Shop our top picks for heart health today.

Supplements

Research has shown that omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil can lower blood triglyceride levels. Since our bodies cannot make omega-3 fatty acids, we have to get them from our diet so it’s no wonder that fish oil is one of the most popular supplements in the United States. The most beneficial omega-3s that most of us are missing out on are EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and the richest source to find them is – you guessed it — fish oil. So reduce your risk of coronary disease with this fish oil that’s purified and free of detectable levels of mercury, cadmium, lead, and PCBs.

Teas

Centuries ago, Greek herbalist Diosocrides discovered the heart-healthy benefits of hawthorn, and it’s been a staple for health enthusiasts ever since. Using the entire plant, including the leaf, flower and berry will assists in extracting all of its benefits. This tea combines hawthorn with the tart flavor profile of hibiscus to create this deeply red heart tonic.

Food

Flaxseeds contain heart-friendly properties that have been shown to do wonders for your heart. Studies show flaxseeds affect low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and lipoprotein, both of which increase the risk for atherosclerotic diseases (i.e. coronary heart disease). Plus, they are a rich plant-based source of omega-3 fats and fiber that’s also good for the ticker. Add a sprinkle to your smoothie or baked goods to add a subtle nutty flavor and powerful nutritional punch to your diet.

Herbs

Garlic has been used for centuries, as not just a food, but as medicine, too. Today garlic supplements can be used to improve heart conditions including atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries (plaque buildup in the arteries that can block the flow of blood and may lead to heart attack or stroke), high cholesterol as well as other health conditions. This brand’s supplements are some of our favorites. They use organically grown garlic bulbs that undergo a unique aging process that mellows harsh and odoriferous crude compounds, resulting in an odorless experience – guaranteed.




4
FEB

New Brands Showcase: Miracle Tree

Filed Under: Supplements,Teas at 12:01 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Lucky Vitamin is happy to introduce another pioneer brand to our customers: Miracle Tree.

Miracle Tree offers an incredible line of supplements and teas made from moringa oleifera. The company was founded with the goal to promote and distribute moringa seeds as well as help create a global awareness about the moringa tree.

Moringa is widely regarded as one of the most nutrient-dense plants on the planet and is known world-wide as the Miracle Tree. Used in traditional medicine for centuries in many cultures including the Egyptians and Romans, moringa leaves contain more than 90 different nutrients, including 47 antioxidants and all 9 essential amino acids. Studies like moringa’s nutritional properties to various benefits, including reduction of fatigue, promoting more radiant skin, boosting the body’s natural immune system, and promoting muscle growth

Miracle Tree can guarantee the finest moringa products because the company handles it every step of the way beginning with its own USDA Organic Certified farm. Located in the tropical province of Guayas, Ecuador, this unique farm contains nutrient-rich soil and natural water sources, making it a haven for the highest quality moringa trees. The farm is certified organic for both production and processing and the moringa is then processed in the United States in a GMP- compliant facility in Danbury, Ct.

Save even more when you shop Miracle Tree products at Lucky Vitamin com. No code needed at checkout to save an extra 15% on all items of this new brand as savings are automatically applied.




19
DEC

The Best Teas For Stress Relief

Filed Under: Herbs,Mental Wellbeing,Teas at 12:01 pm | By: Jessica Justh, Senior Editor

If you’re feeling restless and wound up after another hectic day of juggling your daily stresses, think about steeping back and relaxing with a warm cup of tea! Feel your stress and anxiety melt away with every sip of one of our favorite types of tea listed below.

Chamomile
Chamomile
 has been shown in multiple studies to reduce stress and anxiety in patients. How does it do it? One of its potent flavonoids, chrysin, gives it it’s sleep-inducing properties. While another compound, apigenin, helps induce a feeling of gentle, pleasant sedation. Bonus — chamomile is safe for kids too, and could help calm an anxious or overactive child. It has also been shown to help with other ailments such as colds and stomach aches. This tea combines chamomile with lavender for an extra dose of chill.

Valerian
Valerian’s relaxing nature is why it has enjoyed a long history as a mild sedative. Known as “nature’s valium”, valerian has been shown to really take the edge off. A 2005 study reported in the journal Sleep, showed clinically proven results for sleeplessness. We suggest a trifecta of relaxation with this tea that blends valerian with passion flower and lemon balm. Speaking of…

Lemon Balm
Lemon Balm
 has been used medicinally going way back to when the ancient  Greeks prescribed it for those suffering from insomnia and anxiety. This culinary herb appears to reduce cortisol – also known as the “stress hormone” — concentrations and helps blunt the effect of enzymes that inhibit GABA (gamma-amino butyric acid) production, a neurotransmitter that helps the brain to self-soothe.

Tulsi (Holy Basil)
Holy Basil, also known as tulsi, is a well-known Ayurvedic herb that grows all over the eastern tropics. Ayerveda medicine says that tulsi can promote overall general health and well-being due to its adaptogenic effects, and a recent study showed extracts of this herb reduced general anxiety disorder along with stress and depression. We really love this brand that uses completely recycled packaging and bleaches their tea bags with oxygen rather than chlorine, which causes less damage to the environment. That’s something you can relax about.

Do you have a favorite tea you use to relax at night? Let us know in the comments!




16
DEC

The Latest Research on Coffee Benefits

Filed Under: Health Foods,Teas at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Coffee is a wonderful beverage. Many people cannot start their day without a cup of coffee but some people may not know that their must-have morning beverage is actually loaded with beneficial nutrients that can improve overall health.

Coffee contains lots of vitamins including riboflavin (B2) pantothenic acid (B5), and niacin (B3) as well as good amounts of minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and manganese. On top of that, coffee is a great source of antioxidants.

It’s well known coffee can provide benefits particularly as an energy booster and as a fat burner. Caffeine is known to block an inhibitory neurotransmitter called adenosine, which lead to an increase of other neurotransmitters like norepinephrine and dopamine, improving brain function, including memory, energy levels, and reaction times. It’s also known that caffeine is a natural substance proven to aid fat burning and boost the metabolic rate.

While these health benefits are well known, recent research is linking coffee to newer potential benefits. For example, new studies have found that coffee may help lower risk of type 2 diabetes. A few different studies have concluded that people who drink coffee regularly have up to 50% lower risk of getting the disease. Additionally, coffee can be helpful to treat another common health issue: liver diseases such as hepatitis and fatty liver disease that can lead to cirrhosis.

It’s important to remember that most research is done with drinking pure coffee, without the addition of milk, and specially sugar, which can significantly alter the results of studies.




24
NOV

5 Natural Products to Battle Indigestion

Filed Under: Health Concerns & Ailments,Supplements,Teas at 11:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Thanksgiving is a great celebration but some folks often end up eating more than they should. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with a little overeating in one of America’s oldest tradition but the after dinner bad feeling doesn’t have to last long. Many natural supplements can help minimize indigestion, bloating and gas, making you feel better and reducing growling stomach, abdominal pain, burning sensation in the upper abdomen, as well as preventing vomiting. Here’s a quick list of 5 natural products to relieve indigestion.

1. Chamomile

Chamomile is effective for relieving many gastrointestinal complaints, including indigestion. Drinking herbal chamomile tea after eating a heavy meal can help calm your stomach and relieve digestive problems.

2. Ginger

Ginger offers a variety of health benefits including digestive support. Ginger has the ability to not only soothe the gut but also aid digestion by increasing the wavelike muscle contractions (peristalsis) that move food through the intestine. Plus, ginger stimulates digestive juices and the flow of enzymes that help you digest your food, especially when it is caused by overeating.

3. Fennel Seeds

Fennel seeds can be really helpful for indigestion particularly when caused by very spicy or fatty food. Fennel seeds, and alternatively you can drink fennel tea, contain volatile oils that can help reduce nausea and control flatulence.

4. Papaya

Papaya contain enzymes that break down protein, called proteolytics. Research suggest that papaya enzymes can be helpful for relieving indigestion, specially provide good relief for pain in the abdomen.

5. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is often used to kick start a slow stomach. Though acidic in nature, it also has an alkalizing effect that helps settle indigestion.




1
NOV

A Tea for Every Ailment

Filed Under: Health Concerns & Ailments,Herbs,Teas at 11:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Teas have been used medicinally for hundreds of years and it is quite easy to understand the reasons people continue to drink tea around the world. Just look into some of the popular tea ingredients and you will find out how many can be used for treatment and prevention of various health issues. Plus, teas are a great source of vitamin and minerals. So, let’s look at 4 teas and which ailment it can be helpful to.

Ginger Tea

Known as a wonderful digestive aid, ginger tea can also help to curb nausea, vomiting and minimize motion sickness. A good number of teas labeled to support digestion contain ginger as a main ingredient. You can also make fresh ginger tea by simmering ginger root on the stove for about 15 minutes.

Elderberry Tea

Elderberry contains antioxidant-rich flavonoids and it’s known to provide relief for cold and flu. It can also be helpful to soothe sore throat and coughing as well as help treat bacterial sinusitis, an infection more commonly known as a sinus infection. Elderberry and other herbs combined with a decongestant and antibiotic may help clear up sinus infections more quickly than decongestant and antibiotic treatments alone.

Dandelion Tea

Known to gently stimulate the liver and supports healthy digestion, dandelion tea supports the body’s natural detoxification process. Dandelion root tea has shown choleretic effects as it can stimulate the liver to increase bile flow which, once released by the liver, can carry away waste and break down fats during digestion.

Chamomile Tea

The relaxing and calming chamomile is known to improve sleep and can be helpful for insomnia. It can also improve digestion as well as help treating cold and fever, minimize cough and bronchitis, and be used as a gargle for inflammation of the mouth.




29
SEP

New Brand Showcase: Aiya

Filed Under: Herbs,Supplements,Teas at 5:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Lucky Vitamin is presenting a new brand specialized in a very unique product: premium Matcha by Aiya.

Aiya is a family owned company specializing in Matcha green tea since 1888. This natural product is known to provide energy and support the body and its health benefits surpass anything that is available on the market.

Matcha is a shade-grown, all-natural, powdered Japanese green tea. Unlike other teas, Matcha undergoes a number of additional steps in the production cycle, such as shade growing, hand picking, and granite milling into a fine powder, before it makes its way into your cup. Created over 800 years ago by Buddhist monks as a meditational tool, Matcha is known today as the healthiest, rarest, and most premium of all tea varieties from Japan.

A historic tea cultivating region dating back to the 1200s, Nishio’s stable climate, fresh pristine river waters, fertile soil, and remoteness from urban development foster tea leaves that are more resiliently green and full of nutrients. Currently, Aiya holds over 80% of the exclusive harvesting rights to the Nishio tea plantations.

A lot of different factors can affect the quality of Matcha: region, geographical conditions, skill of the tea farmers, and the variety of the tea bush. A good quality Matcha should be smooth and sweet with just a hint of astringency. The sweetness comes from the L-theanine amino acids in the tea. Matcha is a vibrant jade green due to the increased chlorophyll content that occurs during the shading process and a top-quality product should be ground using slow-turning granite grinders, which minimizes friction, allowing the tea to be ground without “burning,” retaining the chlorophyll.

You can save even more when you shop Aiya products at Lucky Vitamin.com. Just enter promo-code SEPT16NEW16 at checkout to save an extra 15% on all items of this new brand. But hurry, offer expires 9/30/2016.




19
JAN

10 Benefits of Oolong Tea

Filed Under: Nutrition,Teas at 4:17 pm | By: Jessica Justh, Senior Editor
oolongOolong tea, also known as Wulong, is a traditional Chinese tea with an earthy, full-body flavor and fruity aroma. Oolong is a slightly fermented black and green tea hybrid that boasts some significant health benefits, including weight loss and heart health. What are you waiting for? Get to sipping!

Antioxidant – The fighters of free radicals and enemies of heart disease and cancer, antioxidants are abundant in this tea! Antioxidants also help maintain a youthful appearance and complexion!

Weight loss – Research shows the caffeine combined with the EGCGs in oolong tea can help increase fat oxidation. Translation: it can help you shed some of those extra pounds.

Mental Well Being – Oolong contains the amino acid L-theanine, a powerful stress and anxiety reliever that can improve focus and mental clarity.

Dental Health – A study at Osaka University in Japan discovered that consuming oolong tea on a regular basis prevented the growth of harmful bacteria in the mouth, dental plaque, cavities and tooth decay.

Cholesterol – Oolong tea can help in lowering your high levels of LDL cholesterol due to its high content of antioxidants.

Inflammation – A 2014 study found that the polyphenols in oolong tea reduce visceral fat and inflammation in mice fed high-fat, high-sucrose obesogenic diets.

Bone Density – Good news for those who don’t or can’t enjoy dairy but still worry about osteoporosis. Oolong contains calcium and magnesium in its leaves which can protect your bones and make you less likely to lose bone mineral density.

Controls Diabetes – You may notice decreased blood sugar levels from sipping on oolong. The high levels of antioxidants work wonders on sugar metabolism.

Anti-Cancer –The polyphenols present in the tea prevent the formation of N-nitroso compounds, by trapping toxins before they become carcinogenic cells.

Energy Booster – The caffeine in oolong can give a much needed boost of energy. Enjoy a cup in the afternoon to ward off cravings and prevent energy slumps.




11
JAN

Need More Vitamins and Minerals? Try Yerba Mate

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss,Teas,Vitamins and Minerals at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
YBThe beginning of the year brings up a lot of questions regarding nutrition. Some people struggle to find a way to eat less calories without dropping the nutrition intake. Eating less food may lead to less nutrients including vitamins and minerals but how can you have a successful weight-loss diet without reducing your daily intake of vitamins and minerals?

Of course, the answer to this question depends a lot on your diet but one beverage can be very helpful during this very challenging time of the year.

Yerba Mate is a great source of not only vitamins but also minerals and other nutrients. This traditional South American beverage contains vitamin A, C, E, B1, B2, B5, niacin (B3) as well as important minerals such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, manganese, selenium, potassium, and phosphorus. All these important nutrients are necessary to sustain a healthy life and vital to promote energy, a key element for any diet.

Native to subtropical South America in northeastern Argentina, Bolivia, southern Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay, Yerba Mate leaves contain caffeine and can promote a boost of energy as well as a variety of other health benefits. Research suggests that yerba mate can help regulate cholesterol levels, increasing HDL and reducing LDL. Researchers also believe that drinking yerba mate infusions may also reduce the risk for cardiovascular diseases.

Yerba Mate can be considered one of the healthiest herbs as researchers have concluded that it’s difficult to find a plant which can match mate’s nutritional value. Mate is more nutritious than green tea and studies have shown that mate can edge all the commonly used stimulants such as coffee, green tea, kola nut, cocoa and guarana, as it delivers more energy and nutrition.




21
NOV

The Magical Kombucha

Filed Under: Supplements,Teas at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
KombuchaIf you haven’t heard about Kombucha, you are missing out on the endless debate. Does it really work? Is all the hype really necessary? Is it worth trying this exotic, exquisite drink?

Kombucha popularity continues to grow as this live, raw fermented black tea contains naturally occurring probiotics, enzymes and beneficial acids. Sold as energy boosters, teas, and supplements, it offers many health benefits but what exacltly is Kombucha?

Originated in China and later spread to Russia, Germany, Europe and the rest of the world, the kombucha culture is actually a symbiotic colony of bacteria and one or more yeasts. Kombucha contains multiple species of yeast and bacteria along with the organic acids, active enzymes, amino acids, and polyphenols produced by these microbes.

This ancient product contains antimicrobial and antioxidants and is known to help detoxify the body and energize the mind. As a result, large quantities of energy products have added kombucha as an ingredient. Plus, kombucha energy shots have rapidly gained new customers as users are satisfied with the results and the great tasting of this new healthy, natural energy booster. These shots contain a mix of kombucha and other natural energy enhancers such as guarana, ginseng, vitamins B5, B6 and B12. Even better, some products are made with live, raw and organic kombucha but, just like live probiotics, refrigeration is recommended to maintain maximum potency of the product. Kombucha supplements are generally recognized as safe conventional food products and can be a nice alterative to kick some energy in your busy lifestyle.




8
AUG

New Brand Spotlight: Owl’s Brew

Filed Under: Health Foods,Teas at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
OwlsBrewLucky Vitamin is happy to introduce another premium brand of tea products to our customers: Owl’s Brew.

Owl’s Brew is not your conventional brand of tea. This revolutionary brand has created the first ever “tea crafted for cocktails”. It is one of the only products on the market that is fresh-brewed and bottled. Brewed in Vermont within large kettles, Owl’s Brew is handcrafted in small batches, and then sweetened, packed, and bottled.

This unique product provides the at-home-entertainer an effortless way to offer craft cocktails. Owl’s Brew is intended to be paired with a variety of spirits but always in moderation of course. Available in three delicious flavors, this all natural tea can be mixed with vodka, tequila, rum, whiskey, gin, or champagne. It can be served on the rocks or shaken or any way you want, so you can to find a new, favorite way to drink wise.

Owl’s Brew is an all-natural product that is brewed-up from whole tea leaves, fruits, spices and herbs, with no added or artificial flavors. Why Fresh Brewed? Ingredients are important to Owl’s Brew and the company ensures that no artificial ingredients are ever used.

Additionally, you can save even more when you shop the revolutionary Owl’s Brew products at Lucky Vitamin. Just enter the promotional code’AUG15NEW15′ at checkout to save an additional 15% on all items of this new brand. But hurry, this special offer ends 08/31/2015.