The Benefits of our Joyful Surrender Tea Blend

Promoting a fragrant floral scent, our herbal tea blend has MANY benefits specifically mixed together to create this anti Stress and anxiety blend that ANYBODY can enjoy! Below, feel free to read the many benefits that each of our ingredients hold!




Hawthorn Berry: These nutrient-rich berries have a tart, tangy taste and mild sweetness. They range in color from yellow to dark red.They may help lower cholesterol as well! For hundreds of years, people have used hawthorn berry as an herbal remedy for digestive problems, heart issues, and high blood pressure.Hawthorn berry is a rich source of polyphenols, which are powerful antioxidant compounds found in plants!

Polyphenols are associated with numerous health benefits due to their antioxidant activity, including a lower risk of :

  • some cancers
  • type 2 diabetes
  • asthma
  • some infections
  • heart problems
  • premature skin aging

Lemon Balm: A member of the mint family, is considered a calming herb. It was used as far back as the Middle Ages to reduce stress and anxiety, promote sleep, improve appetite, help boost cognitive and ease pain and discomfort from indigestion (including gas and bloating, as well as colic).

Rose Petals: Rose petals contain polyphenols, antioxidants that work to protect your body from cell damage. The polyphenols in rose tea have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and cognitive diseases.

Red Raspberry Leafs: contain B group vitamins and vitamins C and E, as well as the minerals calcium, magnesium and zinc. The leaves are also a source of protective plant compounds such as bioflavonoids and tannins.

The herbal infusion is caffeine free.Taken to support indigestion, bloating and diarrhea, raspberry leaf tea may provide some relief. The tea is thought to have a mild diuretic effect which may help reduce the bloating associated with fluid retention.

Used as a mouthwash, this astringent tea may relieve the discomfort of mouth ulcers, sore throats and gum disease.

Historically, an infusion of raspberry leaf has been used as an eyewash for inflammatory eye conditions such as conjunctivitis. It has also been used topically to ease the irritation of skin rashes.

Raspberry leaf contains fragrine, which helps tone and tighten the muscles in the pelvic area. As a result, it may be beneficial in reducing mild period cramping. Research is scant but a long history of anecdotal reports appear to support the tea’s use easing cramps.

A popular choice during pregnancy, raspberry leaf is thought to strengthen and tone the uterus and thus potentially facilitate labour. Evidence for its safe use is weak and more research is needed to assess the leaf’s effectiveness.

Taken as a daily tea (1-3 cups per day) from about week 32 of pregnancy, it is thought to prime the uterus by increasing blood flow and toning the uterine muscles. However, mums-to-be should avoid consumption too early in their pregnancy and too close to their due date.

Some studies suggest that raspberry leaf tea may help improve labour outcomes and reduce the need for medical interventions, such as C-section or a forceps delivery. This may be attributed to the increased tone and improved functionality of the uterine muscle.

Although raspberry leaf tea hasn’t been specifically linked to the alleviation of perimenopausal symptoms, it may help lessen heavy menstrual flow and cramping.

Passion Flower- is promoted as a dietary supplement for anxiety and sleep problems, as well as for pain, heart rhythm problems, menopausal symptoms, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. It is applied to the skin for burns and to treat hemorrhoids.

Chamomile- has been valued as a digestive relaxant and has been used to treat various gastrointestinal disturbances including flatulence, indigestion, diarrhea, anorexia, motion sickness, nausea, and vomiting. Chamomile has also been used to treat colic, croup, and fevers in children.

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