The one question Wendy gets asked the most out of everything, is “what’s in your tea?!”
Well, we finally have the formula to share with everyone, as well as beneficial teas to drink!
Here’s the tea!
Black Tea for Energy
This is not really news to anyone. Black tea has the most caffeine of all the teas out there. Black Tea doesn’t have as much caffeine as coffee, but your body will thank you for making the switch from coffee to tea. You’re more likely to get to sleep faster when you drink tea. Who doesn’t want that?
Mint Tea for Weight Loss
Mint tea is low in calories, with only two calories in an eight-ounce serving. So, you can drink this delicious tea all day, completely guilt free. The best part about mint tea is it is proven to curb your appetite. The strong mint scent tricks the brain to release a hormone that suppresses hunger. If you feel a craving coming on, replace it with mint tea.
Hawthorn Tea for Relaxation
If you suffer from anxiety, this tea could be the answer to all your worries. Hawthorn Tea has a natural calming effect that can calm the body, without feeling the need to fall asleep. This is great to sip throughout the day if you’re always on edge.
Hibiscus Tea for Glowing Skin
Remember the tale about the fountain of youth? Well, it might have been filled with hibiscus tea. Alpha-hydroxy acids found in the plant can control oily skin, clogged pores, protect skin from environmental stressors, reduce the size of pores, and help those with sensitive skin. Remember, skin care is everything!
Wendy’s Morning Tea
There is a whole process to Wendy’s morning tea. Wendy has been drinking tea since her radio days to help keep her voice in check. The show doesn’t go on without Wendy and her morning tea deserves a nod of credit to keeping her voice pristine.
1. Fill a cup with honey, lemon juice, tea bag, and hot water
2. Scoop out a teaspoon of Drink Electra-Seamoss, gently transfer to a strainer
3. With the Drink Electra-Seamoss still in the strainer, pour the hot tea over the Drink Electra-Seamoss, through the strainer, and into the mug you want to use
4. When Hot Topics starts, drop a Halls cherry cough drop into your tea