Devon, UK – KINETA, the trendsetting matcha tea company, is shaking up the health and wellness scene with their latest launch of three new herbal teas. Crafted by a Master Herbalist with a winning combination of adaptogens, spices, and herbs, KINETA’s Wellness Tea range delivers both taste and powerful health benefits. And, with the unique ability to be brewed hot or cold, these teas offer the ultimate in convenience and versatility.
Say goodbye to restless nights with Dream State Tea, a soothing blend of lemongrass, peppermint, chamomile, rosehip, spearmint, valerian root, hibiscus, and cornflower petals. Valerian root and chamomile reduce the time it takes to fall asleep while hibiscus acts as a natural sedative, ensuring a peaceful slumber. Perfect for winding down before bed.
Digestive health takes center stage with the Gut Instinct Herbal Tea, a unique blend of ginger, peppermint, cinnamon, cardamom, lemon balm, licorice, fennel, burdock root, and cornflower petals. Ginger, peppermint, and fennel improve digestion, calm spasms, and reduce inflammation, while cinnamon supports a healthy digestive system. Enjoy after meals for a natural solution to digestive troubles.
Golden Boost Hot & Cold Brew Tea is a powerhouse of antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and anti-microbials, thanks to ginger, turmeric root, carrot, beet, and pineapple pieces, and calendula petals. Perfect for all-day consumption, this tea is a natural way to support overall health and wellness.
“We’re beyond excited to bring these three game-changing herbal teas to the market,” said Leane, founder of KINETA. “Our mission is to help people live healthier, more vibrant lives and these teas, made with natural ingredients, hit the nail on the head for consumers seeking out easy ways to improve wellbeing. Whether you need a energy boost, a good night’s sleep, or digestive support, we’ve got you covered.”
KINETA’s innovative herbal teas are available for purchase online and at select retail locations, making it easier than ever to prioritize health and wellness.
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