Minty, refreshing, for new perspectives.
You know those days when you just can’t concentrate and your mind is in a completely different direction? This is when pausing is the best recipe. This delicious tea with ginseng, eucalyptus and fresh mint gives you a moment to take a breath – a little break to nurture mental clarity to focus on what matters.
The tea for everyone who needs to reenergise their mind.
This form of meditation promotes clear consciousness. Sit down with your legs crossed, then raise your hands in front of your face to eye level. Focus on your hands, moving them around in circles in opposite directions. Alternate with first your right hand in the centre, then your left. Continue with the exercise for three to eleven minutes, preferably first thing in the morning.
Ginseng was long considered to be the “plant of the kings” since its extremely slow growth made it unaffordable for most people. It sometimes takes up to 170 years until the wild ginseng root - which came from North Korea - is completely ready for harvesting. Its taste is slightly bitter and tart.
Bees love its nectar-rich fruit, and human beings appreciate the spicy-fresh, lemony taste of its leaves. In the Middle Ages, lemon balm was so highly valued that it had to be cultivated in every European monastery garden per decree.
The name eucalyptus refers to the species of more than 600 different trees and bushes. We use the aromatic leaves of the eucalyptus globulus, a tree native to Australia that grows up to 60 metres in height. They taste refreshingly tart and slightly bitter.