Lavender Night Organic White Tea

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Grown in Provence France and derived from the mint family, lavender is identified by its purple petals.  Lavender flowers are gathered when they first start to bloom, then dried on cloths. Fraser Tea uses lavender for its unique pronounced aroma and agreeable floral flavor. Herbalists recommend Lavender to treat migraines, ease digestion problems and to sooth the nervous system. 
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Grown in Germany's mountainous Black Forest region, rosehips are considered the fruit of the rose plant. They are typically red and orange in color, but can grow darker. Rosehip tastes mild and fruity, often with tangy and sweet pear notes. One ounce of concentrated rosehip oil contains as much Vitamin C as a dozen oranges. Fraser Tea incorporates rosehip into several teas to give a tangy punch of flavor. Rosehip is sometimes considered a stimulant, a diuretic, and it may be used in treatment for diarrhea or to boost for the immune system.
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Blueberries are a perennial plant native to North America and harvested from May through August. Blueberry has a complex, slightly sweet taste that is tangy and slightly acidic. Fraser Tea uses only organic blueberries grown in Michigan to compliment many of its teas. Very high in anthocyanins- an antioxidant , blueberries are thought to neutralize free radicals that can cause damage to our DNA, fight inflammation, and it can help lower cholesterol. 


Lavender Night Organic White Tea combines the tranquil properties of fragrant lavender flowers with tropical pineapple, blueberries, and lemon undertones to promote relaxation and summon sleep. Minimally processed to retain its delicate flavor and antioxidant benefits, white tea is infused with lavender to encourage rest and relaxation at the end of a long stressful day.


Tropical fruity flavors with subtle aromas


White Tea*, Lavender*, Blueberry*, Pineapple*, Organic Flavor*, Rose Petal*, Hibiscus*, Lemongrass*, Lemonbalm*, Calendula*, Cornflower*, *Certified Organic


40 Milligrams of Caffeine

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Brewing Method

1 tsp/sachet


2.5 min

2 tsp/sachets
for iced tea

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