Try Yogi Tea if You are Looking for a Healthy Coffee Substitute




Yogi Tea was originally blended by a yoga instructor and introduced to the American public in the 1960's. The interesting yogi teablend of Ginger, Cloves, Cinnamon, Cardamom and Black Pepper provided a spicy yet palatable tea that offered a wide range of health benefits. Now available in flavors including Vanilla with additional natural ingredients and fruits such as Gooseberry, Goji Berry often called Wolfberry this tea can also be blended with soy milk or other dairy products to create a Yogi Cappuccino.


Nutritional Components


Also known at yugioh tea, the primary ingredients are potent spices. When blended together form a tea that may provide a wide variety of health benefits when consumed daily.

Alone each of these spices contain valuable nutritional component but when combined together produce a tea that provides many of the required vitamins and minerals for proper health.


Health Benefits of Herbal Tea

The spices that make up Yogi Tea possess other natural health benefits and have been used for centuries to treat minor medical conditions. Now modern research is proving that these natural substances have value in the modern treatment of diseases including arthritis, diabetes, high cholesterol, and the side effects from some medical treatments, including chemotherapy.

Scientific study of the individual components of this unique tea is ongoing and when Yogi Tea contains green tea in addition to the five primary spices the health benefits increase. The Medical Center at the University of Maryland supports the use of Green Teas to prevent atherosclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, high cholesterol and diabetes and is recommended as a healthy choice for safe weight loss.

When Yogi Tea contains Kombucha, a group of micro-organisms much like a yogurt culture, additional health benefits of the Yogi blend are enhanced by adding additional B and C Vitamins, Lactic Acid, Gluconic Acid and Hydroxy Acids. Gluconic acid is directly related to the production of Interferon which is part of the immune system response and a necessary viral infection fighter while certain types of Hydroxy Acids provide energy and enefits for many help muscle tissues regenerate.

Drinking Yogi Tea daily is a way to enjoy a relaxing cup of healthy tea with long term benefits for many of the body’s systems.


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