Stay Warm During a Cold Snap with Jiaogulan Tea

April 25, 2018

It doesn’t feel like spring this week as cool weather is everywhere and Colorado and the Northeast get some cold moisture… but that makes it the perfect time to cozy up with a hot cup of Jiaogulan tea.

Making lemonade from lemons is for the summer, during a cold day, make it warm, cozy, and healthful with Jiaogulan tea. From Southeast Asia, Jiaogulan tea is sometimes called the “tea of life” because it’s associated with longevity and many other health benefits. It’s been used to help stomach problems like ulcers, support cardiovascular health, and help reduce stress.

With a nice earthy flavor, Jiaogulan tea is perfect for staring out your window at fat snowflakes or watching the ground come alive from rain.

Jiaogulan tea is caffeine-free, so you can drink it before bed and not ruin a good night’s sleep, or just drink it all day long without giving yourself jitters, raising your blood pressure or becoming a little manic.

If the weather brought another round of illness—from a full blown cold to a lingering cough, congestion, or even another flu snap (people are still getting very ill from this year’s flu), soothe your throat, stomach, mind and body with Jiaogulan. If you need to drink something hot with honey for your throat, to warm your body, to hold against an inflamed ear or sinus, or just to soothe yourself, Jiaogulan tea is the perfect choice.

If you haven’t tried our Jiaogulan tea, now’s the time. An organic, herbal tea, it’s a healthy alternative to caffeinated drinks, or just an additional choice for tea connoisseurs. While it has a great earthy flavor on the first brew, many people enjoy the second and third pours even more. Or mix it with your favorite flower or fruit tea for more complexity.

Order some Jiaogulan tea and enjoy it during spring showers.

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