Black BeauTEA Pyramid Infuser Refill Pack
$44.00 / 100 x biodegradable pyramid infusers
A fragrant, French inspired Earl Grey of traditional bergamont infused with fruity and floral notes. Made with herbs high in protective antioxidants that destroy damaging free radicals in the body, while having a calming and mood balancing effect.
Made with 100% certified organic Earl Grey, mango, sweet orange peel, rose petals, and cornflower blue petals.
VALUE: This great value refill pack contains 100 biodegradable plant-based pyramid infusers. We have stylish black Bodhi tea tins available in our teawares section to keep your tea airtight and fresh.
ORIGIN: Sourced from organic farms in South India, Sri Lanka, Ghana, Pakistan, and Albania.
At Bodhi Organics your health and that of the planet is of utmost importance to us. That’s why we only use the highest quality certified organic teas and herbs in our blends. Our packaging is eco-friendly recyclable boxes and 100% biodegradable plant-based bags. We also recommend you reuse your used tea leaves to nourish your garden or pot plants. Your plants will love it!
Earl grey is black tea that has been infused with bergomant essential oil. Earl Grey is rich in potent antioxidants called catechins which destroy cell damaging free radicals that increase the risk of chronic diseases. Drinking Earl Grey (or black tea) can help improve cardiovascular health, and may reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer and type-2 diabetes.
Bergamont, a small citrus fruit traditionally grown in Asia, contains high levels of protective antioxidants. Bergamont is recommended for supporting healthy mood and for alleviating anxiety and mild depression. Drinking Earl Grey can help you feel more relaxed and can improve mood. (1)
Studies have shown that black tea contains L-theanine, an amino acid that can help you relax and improves concentrate. Black tea has also been found to help reduce cortisol levels, our bodys major ‘stress hormone’. (2)
Rose petal (Rosa) tea has been used in Chinese medicine for more than 5,000 years to help improve circulation and digestion, and ease anxiety and depression. According to a 2005 study published in the Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health, rose tea is recommended for the treatment of PMT in women including alleviating menstrual cramps, swollen breasts, and moodiness. Rose petals are also a good source of vitamin C, which is beneficial for boosting immune function, and increasing collagen production essential for healthy skin.
Orange peel is abundant in flavonoids, which act as a powerful antioxidant, they have an anti-inflammatory action, and aid vitamin C function in the body. Flavanoids found in orange peel have been found to help reduce the risk of skin and lung cancer. Orange peel is also rich in vitamin C and A, two important immune strengthening and antioxidant nutrients. Citrus rind contains a compound called d-limonene, which has anti-cancer properties. Scientists have discovered that consuming citrus peel with hot black tea can significantly reduce the risk of skin cancer. Both d-limonene and tea polyphenols that have potent antioxidant action which help destroy cell damaging free radicals. (3)
Cornflower blue (Centaurea cyanus) have been traditionally used for their soothing effect, beneficial for alleviating muscle pain. Cornflower blue tea is also recommended for improving immune function to help fight off colds and infections. Mango is a good natural source of vitamin A and C, which support healthy immune function and help reduce inflammation in the body.
(1) Marcia Nahikian Nelms, Kathryn P. Sucher, Karen Lacey , Sara Long Roth. Nutrition Therapy and Pathophysiology, 2nd Edition, 2011.
(2) Andrew Steptoe E. Leigh Gibson, Raisa Vounonvirta, Emily D. Williams,Mark Hamer, Jane A. Rycroft, Jorge D. Erusalimsky, Jane Wardle The effects of tea on psychophysiological stress responsivity and post-stress recovery: a randomised double-blind trial. Psychopharmacology. January 2007, Volume 190, Issue 1, pp 81-89
(3) Iman A Hakim, Robin B Harris. Joint effects of citrus peel use and black tea intake on the risk of squamous cell carcinoma of the skin. BMC Dermatol. 2001; 1: 3.