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A brand that celebrates its deep love for green tea and its natural healing power.

Every tea is made with herbs, fruits, flowers and spices harvested in their
native location where they thrive best, created in harmony for your body
and the environment.

Handcrafted Wellness

Our Green Tea Blends

We thoughtfully design each of our unique products, to ensure optimum therapeutic benefit,
exceptional flavour and minimal impact on the environment.

Know Our Herbs

Herbs that heal

  • Saffron

    Saffron is rich in plant compounds that act as antioxidants, such as crocin, crocetin, safranal, and kaempferol. Antioxidants help protect your cells against oxidative stress. eating and smelling saffron appears to help treat PMS symptoms, such as irritability, headaches, cravings, pain, and anxiety.
  • Senna

    Senna is an herb in the legume family that’s often used as a laxative. Additionally, it’s sometimes added to weight loss supplements. Senna tea is a popular herbal remedy that’s often used as a laxative, weight loss aid, and detox method.
  • Jasmine Buds

    Jasmine releases a sweet aroma that can relieve anxiety and improve the quality of sleep soothing the throat as well. The scent has an impact on the receptors in our nervous system that results in a calming effect. It has been found to strengthen the immune system by fighting bacteria-causing infections.
  • Orange peel

    Orange peel, as with all citrus peels, is used in traditional herbal medicine to support the digestive system. Traditionally, citrus peel was used to support normal function in the chest and diaphragmatic region. Citrus peel is pungent, bitter and warm.
  • Liquorice Root

    Licorice root is a flavorful, sweet herb that has been used for thousands of years and is still one of the most widely used herbs in all herbal systems. Licorice root is commonly used in alternative medicine to treat colds and sore throats. However, licorice does not only act upon the respiratory system. It has strong anti-inflammatory effects and can also be soothing to the gut and work as an effective liver cleanser and blood detoxifier when combined with other herbs.
  • Marigold

    most popular use from ancient times to modern day has been for healing the skin of wounds, burns, rashes, itchiness, bites and swelling. It has been found that Marigold has the ability to promote the growth of healthy new tissue, increase blood flow to the affected area, boost collagen production (which firms and strengthens skin), hydrate dry skin and speed up the process of skin repair following surgery or damage. Marigold tea can be consumed to nourish the skin, act as an internal anti-fungal agent and to soothe the intestinal tract. The tea is delicious and mildly detoxifying.
  • Garcinia Cambogia

    Garcinia Cambogia contains hydroxycitric acid, which can boost weight loss. It also controls the sugar cravings and also inhibits the ability of the body to make fat. Garcinia can also improve the endurance levels in the body, thus making your body more energetic.
  • Rosemary Leaves

    Rosemary is not only known for its taste and smell, it is also renowned for the many health benefits it possesses. A good source of iron, calcium and vitamins A, C, and B-6, rosemary has been used for its medicinal purposes for centuries.Rosemary is a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, which are thought to help boost the immune system and improve blood circulation. Rosemary is considered a cognitive stimulant and can help improve memory performance and quality. It is also known to boost alertness, intelligence, and focus.
  • Green Cardamom

    Green Cardamom used both in Indian cuisine and Ayurvedic medicine because of its outstanding health benefits, it improves digestive, respiratory and cardiovascular health. It is used to treat nausea, bloating, acidity, gas and heartburn with its phytonutrients help cells in resisting cellular ageing.
  • Gotu Kola

    Gotu kola is one of the safest remedies for easing stress and anxiety, and reducing overall fatigue. This health boosting herb happens to be an incredible adaptogen and aids meditation. In Ayurveda, it is thought to help to balances circulation to the blood vessels of the skin, mucous membranes, nerves and brain.
  • Lavender

    Lavenders belong to the Mint family of plants and is often referred to as English Lavender Flower. It formed the basis of England's lavender oil industry in the 18th century and is a beautiful, delightfully fragrant herb. Lavender has been traditionally used to support balanced mood and to soothe occasional stress and support sleep.
  • Tulsi Leaves

    Often called Basil Left or Holy Basil, Tulsi has traditionally been prescribed to purify the blood and support cleansing of the liver. Known as “queen of the herbs,” it has been found to have an adaptogenic property that helps cope with stress. Tulsi has been used for anxiety and to support the adrenals. Tulsi fights free radical damage, so this means it acts as an antioxidant in the body.
  • Chamomile Flower

    Chamomile is a flowering plant in the daisy family that is native to Europe and Asia. The flower is a mild relaxant that supports balanced mood; hence a cup of chamomile tea promotes sleep, relaxes the muscles and reduces irritabulity. Apigenin in chamomile is an antioxidant that binds receptors in the brain to facilitate sleep and fight insomnia.
  • Cinnamon

    Cinnamon is said to increase insulin sensitivity and decrease blood sugar - both key components for losing weight and controlling type 2 diabetes. Cinnamon is also thought to boost metabolism and acts as a smooth muscle relaxant. It balances blood sugar levels, and, as a carminative, warms the intestinal tract. The volatile oils in cinnamon are antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral.
  • Lemon Peel

    Lemon peels are known to promote weight loss and may slow down fat accumulation. This is because they contain pectin fibre, which may help in weight loss by making you feel full for longer. However, lemon juice does not contain any pectin and you will have to rely on the peels to get the same.
  • Lemongrass Leaves

    Lemongrass has a cooling energy, and has been found to improve digestion by lessening stomach cramps and spasms, and reducing bloating and flatulence. Lemongrass may also improve circulation to increase energy.
  • Turmeric Root

    Turmeric is said to help one deal with stomach issues, metabolic disorders, obesity and many more problems. Though having huge quantities of turmeric is surely not a way to lose weight, but turmeric is said to reduce the inflammation associated with obesity. Thus, it can give your weight loss plan a boost.
  • Hibiscus Flower

    Hibiscus Flower has traditionally been used to regulate fluid balance and promote overall health. It has been found to improve skin conditions, promote adequate circulation and improve digestive issues. The phytochemistry of the plants contain citric acid, malic acid, anthocyanins and quercetin which is beneficial for health.
  • Ginger

    Ginger Root, the underground stem, or rhizome, of the plant Zingiber officinale, has been used since ancient times. In Ayurveda, Ginger is known as the wonder herb with multiple benefits including digestive support, joint health, detoxification and to support healthy peripheral circulation, promoting heat and sweating when needed.
  • Star Anise

    Star Anise helps in losing the water weight in the body. It improves gut health and also detoxifies the body.
  • Fennel Seeds

    Fennel Seed is one of the most effective carminitives, which helps to relieve digestive cramping and spasms. Often used as mouth fresheners, it relaxes the smooth muscles of the intestines which may relive griping and flatulence.
  • Green Tea

    Green tea is made from the unfermented leaves of Camellia sinensis, the same plant that gives us black and oolong teas. All teas from Camellia sinensis supply antioxidants, but because green tea is the least processed, it is said to contain the most antioxidant polyphenols, amino acids, and vitamins (like A, C, and E) which are responsible for its many health benefits.
  • Ashwagandha Root

    Ashwagandha root is Native to India and North Africa, Ashwagandha is an Ayurvedic spice that may help your body manage stress more effectively. It may also lower your blood sugar levels and improve sleep, memory, muscle growth, and male fertility.
  • Rose Petals

    Rose is fragrant, fruity and packed with vitamin C and antioxidants. This means it scavenges free radicals that cause cellular damage. Rose adds a beautiful but subtle floral flavour. Rose tea also helps remedy stress and anxiety. It does this by easing the mind, thus making rose tea an excellent tea to drink before going to bed. Its calming effect helps you sleep well.

Our Packaging

The artisan leaf embraces sustainability and committed to social and environmental activism. The unique packaging has been thoughtfully designed using recycled paperboard to ensure minimal impact on the environment. Our packaging is 100% biodegradable and recyclable.

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