THE BENEFITS AND FLAVOUR PROFILE OF BROOKFIELD LADIES HEALTH
We know how hard it can be deciding on a tea with just one ‘hero’ ingredient, be that chamomile, or ginger or dandelion – so we’ve gone ahead and blended all our favourite ingredients together for a loose-leaf tea we think you’ll love.
The result is a perfect marriage of balanced floral sweeter notes and herbaceous flavours with a delightful aroma from the first sip till the last!
Why have we called it Brookfield Ladies Health? Well, each inclusion has been carefully selected for the key benefits that have been researched as potentially aiding in an improved you! You may benefit from a more restful sleep, or perhaps less menstrual pain, better digestion or something else entirely – you can find more detail on each ingredient below:
The chamomile plant contains flavonoids – a type of nutrient that may help improve certain conditions. Studies have linked chamomile tea to reducing the severity of period pain (specifically those unwelcome cramps) in some individuals. It is also widely thoughts to help reduce anxiety and promote relaxation and is a great option to drink an hour or two before bed to potentially aid a more deep and restful sleep.
Slightly sweet and slight tart, raspberry leaf is a delicious addition in Brookfield Ladies Health Tea. The leaves of the raspberry leaf are loaded with nutrients which can be carried over in tea form – hurrah! This source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants make it healthy choice that could also help slow or resist cell damage in your body. It’s also rich in iron and may help relieve PMS symptoms such as cramping and nausea. Note, there are reports that raspberry leaf may induce labour and if pregnant, we kindly ask you please consult with your medical professional first before drinking this tea!
Did you know Ancient Egyptians used nettle to help treat arthritis and lower back pain? This is because it has anti-inflammatory properties (great news for those seeking some possible relief for conditions like arthritis or hay fever sufferers)!
Nettle contains essential nutrients, including Vitamins A, B, C and K, minerals and amino acids that can have positive antioxidant effects inside your body. It can also act as a gentle diuretic that helps the body process and flush away toxins.
Some ginger fans are known to nibble this spicy root when they feel a common cold arriving as the high levels of Vitamin C and other minerals may help boost immunity against viruses. Ginger is also thought to be helpful for upset stomachs – especially acid reflux, digestion and nausea.
This fragrant Mediterranean native herb (part of the mint family) has been linked to weight loss. Although it won’t replace a healthy diet and exercise (or genetics), it has been known to inhibit certain fat enzymes, leaving you feeling fuller for longer (give snacking the flick)!
Rosemary may also help with managing stress and anxiety by elevating the levels of your happy hormones. It’s even thought to help with preventing signs of premature aging due to properties that may help resist free radical damage.
Have a sore throat? Liquorice is soothing and contains antibacterial and antimicrobial properties that might also help with plaque build-up and other oral health. Many organic and natural mouthwash products contain liquorice for this reason! Small doses, like those found in a cup of tea, could also help you get things moving in the toilet department, giving new meaning to the phrase ‘sweet relief’!
This gorgeous (and edible) flower also boats remedial qualities and is a rich source of Vitamins A, C, E and K, plus potassium and fibre. In many cases you can farewell bloating as it is known to help reduce water retention and also is gut-friendly to minimise digestive discomfort.
FANCY A TASTE?
If you’d like to treat your tastebuds to a journey of subtle spices, sweet gentle florals and balanced, tasty ingredients that come with added benefits in a teacup, you can try Brookfield Ladies Health for yourself here.
The information provided by Brookfield House is not presented with the intention of diagnosing, treat, cure or prevent any illnesses or disease or any medical condition or prescribing any treatment nor are they a remedy or do we guarantee any specific result.
Tea is a natural food and not a medicine, we are all individuals with different constitutions, sensitivities, allergic reactions, and possible health conditions.
We are providing information only for use in the maintenance and promotion of good health and highly recommend you consult your licensed medical practitioner (Doctor) if you have any health condition before using our teas.
We are not responsible for any misuse of this information.
If you are under the age of 18 please get parental permission to consume our teas.