Gotu Kola Tea Health Benefits
- Improves Mental Focus
- Improves Digestive Health
- Bleach Free and Dioxin Free Tea Bags
- 18 Tea Bags with Fresh Certified Organic Herbs
- Skin cleansing
- Clearing the mind
- Contains vitamin C
- Contains flavonoids
- Contains B vitamins
In the Know
In the wetlands of Asia, tiny green crescents, like lily pads growing on land, mark the appearance of Gotu kola. Sometimes referred to as Brahmi, Centella or Indian pennywort, Gotu kola is a hardy plant and seems able to grow in abundance wherever moisture is found. In India, Gotu kola is considered one of the most spiritual herbs, often used by yogis to facilitate meditation. A number of Asian countries use Gotu kola as a leafy green vegetable, as well as a common flavouring ingredient for traditional local beverages. Gotu Kola Tea is crafted from the leaves of the plant and offers a subtle, refreshing herbal taste.
Nutrient-Rich, Subtle Tea
Drinking Gotu Kola Tea is not only a refreshing way to spice up your day, but is also a convenient and delicious way to boost your nutrient intake. A cup of Gotu Kola Tea is a natural source of carotenoids, vitamins B & C, and flavonoids. Gotu kola also contains some important minerals.
Gotu Kola: Any Day, Any Time
Try your Gotu Kola Tea with a little honey, or zest it up with a slice of lemon.
For a proper cup of tea…
- Recommended temperature: 205°
- Cover and steep to taste.
- Remove tea bag and enjoy!
- Add the leaves to the hot water (directly in a cup if it’s just for you or in a teapot if your making for more).
- Let it steep for a good 5 minutes. Of course, the longer you leave it, the stronger it gets.
- Serve and add honey, if desired, to taste.
Not to be taken during pregnancy.