Light of Day Organics- Michigan's Only Tea Farm!
A Certified Demeter Biodynamic Farm
Address: 3502 East Traverse Highway- Traverse City, MI 49684
Contact us: TeaFairy@LightofDayOrganics.com
Tea Shop Phone Number 231.228.7234
Order Fulfillment Center Phone Number 231.228.7235
Our Peaceful Peninsulas Green Tea encompasses everything there is to love about our Great Lakes Region with a taste that pairs well with those relaxing days watching the tide come in on our beautiful lakeshores. 100% Certified Organic Ingredients: Green Tea, Cherry, Blueberry, Grape, Apple, Rose Hips, Currant, Elderberry, HibiscusBlender’s Notes: Subtle fruits- all representative of fruits that are grown here in this region- blended together with a natural wirely-style Green Tea leaf that is both grown here on our Biodynamic farm or grown on an estate in the Nilgiris region of India which practices Biodynamic faming methods. This is a delightful, refreshing, slightly fruity liquor.
Remember when ordering loose teas, that there are approximately 200 servings per pound (or that 1 oz. of loose leaf tea or tisane makes 15-25 servings). And yes, you can buy pounds of this delicious blend!! Stock up! Click this link to purchase a full pound!
EDUCATIONAL INFO. FOR "Peaceful Peninsulas"Green Tea Leaf: Is an excellent source of powerful antioxidants
Cherry: "Americas' Super Fruit" According to the United States Department of Agriculture once cup contains "ample" amounts of fiber, protein, vitamins A and C
Blueberry: Blueberries can help heart health, bone strength, skin health, blood pressure, diabetes management, cancer prevention, and mental health
Grape: Grapes are high in antioxidants, beneficial plant compounds that may protect against chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease
Apple: Apples are loaded with vitamin C, especially in the skins, which are also full of fiber
Rose Hips: The rose hip, also called the rose haw, is actually the fruit of the rose. These fruits are one of the most concentrated sources of vitamin C available
Currant: Red currant berries are known as “superfruits” as they have naturally high antioxidant capacity
Elderberry: Elderberries are particularly rich in flavonoids, especially anthocyanins which are responsible for their deep purple (almost black) colouring. These powerful antioxidants work to keep the immune system strong and resilient
Hibiscus: Some scientists found that hibiscus tea has antioxidants that boats anti-inflammatory properties. These antioxidants reduce inflammation in blood vessels, preventing the buildup of blood cells that leads to blood clots and high blood pressure
MEDICAL DISCLAIMER The information contained in this website or in any of our literature is not presented as medical advice, nor should it be used as a substitute with a qualified and licensed physician. Although much of the information can be found in sources cited in the Tea Association of America’s brochures, on the U.S Dept. of Agriculture’s website, and in many cited independent studies, much of the investigation related to Tea and Tisanes has, unfortunately, not been thoroughly evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration to date. Our products are not designed to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any specific diseases, and therefore any information contained herein is not to be read as a specific remedy or intended to guarantee any specific result. We are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of our products or any of the suggestions or procedures discussed within. If you have specific food allergies or aversions, please note all ingredients contained in each of our organic and gluten free products. As noted above, all matters pertaining to your health and well-being should be discussed with your licensed medical physician. Thank you.
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