What's an 'Eco' Tea?
Eco comes from the Greek word oikos, which means home. Ecology is the study of the home. Economy is the management of the home. At Eco Teas, we like to think of home on three levels: the body, the household, and the planet. That's why an Eco Tea is healthy, affordable, and sustainable.
The Eco Teas Story
We started Eco Teas in the year 2000 in the kitchen of our house in Ashland, Oregon. We came together as three best friends with a shared vision: to create a grassroots tea company that supports organic agriculture, fair trade business practices, and healthy living.
We work to bring you the highest quality teas at the best possible prices. In addition to providing 'green' livelihoods for our farmers and ourselves, we strive to inspire simple, healthy, sustainable lifestyles.
Your purchase empowers our mission.
Eco Teas 'unsmoked' yerba mate is dried with warm air instead of smoke for a lighter, cleaner taste. Our reforestation program is providing shade, protecting soil, and restoring biodiversity.
A calm, sustained energy tea
When brewed as directed, this tea provides an ORAC value of 3,000 umoITE/240 ml, which is 50% stronger than a typical cup of green tea.
Holy Mate! Experience the fusion of two ancient herbal traditions. Tulsi is India's "Queen of all Herbs." Yerba Mate is South America's "Gift from the Gods." While tulsi takes the weight off your shoulders, yerba mate puts the spring in your step. We've combined them for a balanced supply of stress-free energy.
Hot: First, moisten the tea bag with cool water to protect flavor and nutrients. Steep in hot (never boiling) water for 3-5 minutes. Remove tea bag and enjoy.
Iced: Tulsi requires hot water to release its beneficial properties and flavor. Make hot tea at double strength and add ice.
|Размер порции: 1 tea bag (makes 8 fl oz)|
|Servings Per Container: 24|
| -||На порцию||%DV*|
|Naturally occurring when brewed as directed: /td>|
|All Herbal Ingredients:|
|Proprietary Blend||2,000 mg|| -|
|Organic Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis)|| -||ﾆ|
|Organic Krishna Tulsi (ocimum sanctum)|| -||ﾆ|
|Organic Rama Tulsi (ocimum sanctum)|| -||ﾆ|
|Organic Vana Tulsi (ocimum gratissimum)|| -||ﾆ|
|* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
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