Heath & Heather Organic Imperial Matcha Green Tea
Green Tea is high in natural antioxidants and flavonoids and plays a role in protecting cells from oxidative stress and is also linked to weight management as part of a health balanced diet.
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Green Tea is high in natural antioxidants and flavonoids and plays a role in protecting cells from oxidative stress and is also linked to weight management as part of a health balanced diet Imperial matcha is 100% natural organic green tea leaves from Japan which have been carefully ground down into powder matcha has been drunk for almost 900 years and is used by buddhist monks to keep them alert awake and focused during long days of meditation imperial matcha should be enjoyed for its uplifting energy lively, sweet flavour.
Matcha green tea is also great at aiding weightloss, especially when it comes to stubborn belly fat.
Introducing the ultimate total body detox that helps remove waste pounds. Consisting of over 25 natural herbs and minerals, this product is a powerful, comfortable and easy fast-acting all-in-one formula that deals with parasites, toxins, hidden infections and pollutants. It cleanses the colon, liver, skin, urinary tract, kidneys, blood, lungs and stomach. If you are troubled by constipation, excessive gas, a bloated stomach or recurring headaches then this is the product you’ve been looking for.
Manuka Doctor’s roots are firmly set in the clean green mountains of New Zealand where our Bee Keepers produce the best quality Manuka Honey from their hives. Manuka Doctor’s delicious Manuka honey is like buying direct from the beekeeper. Taste nature’s sweet essence in our Bio Active Manuka Honey range and see for yourself what all the buzz is about.
Manuka honey is created by bees who feed on the nectar of the Manuka flower, found in New Zealand; the ingestible and topical qualities and benefits have been renowned for many years. Manuka Doctor Bio Active Manuka honey is a part of the Manuka Doctor Apitherapy collection using the highest grade Manuka honey. This offers consumers a tasty way to get natural health benefits for their wellbeing. Not only do we offer consumers independent laboratory rated Manuka honey, an independently certified country of origin guarantee, Kosher certification, and the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries certified Risk Management Program, but we also provide three size variations, four bio activity ratings (10+, 15+, 20+, 24+), and four Infused Honeys (Lemon, Ginger, Aloe Vera, and Glucosamine). While Manuka honey is widely known for its health and wellbeing benefits, this product is the perfect alternative to your regular sweeteners. Whether you use our Manuka Doctor Infused Manuka honeys or the 100% Bio Active Manuka varieties, you will taste and feel the difference by using a healthy and delicious alternative.
We label our honey range to reflect the Total Activity present at the time of testing. Our testing is independent, thorough and world class. The activity levels are tested at an authorised independent laboratory in New Zealand.
Manuka honey is a mono-floral honey, so-called because the bees that make it gather pollen from the Manuka bush (Leptospermum Scoparium). The plant is indigenous to New Zealand, beekeepers set up their hives in wild uncultivated areas in which Manuka bushes grow. And what’s even better is the honey is enriched because of the pollution free environment of New Zealand.
What does Bio Active honey mean?
TA Active is a commonly used rating system that predominantly measures the naturally occurring peroxide activity in honey.
What is TA rating?
The total activity rating (TA) is a reflection of predominantly naturally occurring peroxide activity levels.
The number on the front of the Manuka Doctor Bio Active TA Manuka honey pot refers to the Total Activity Rating (TA). Check the ratings to find the perfect strength for your individual needs.
How are TA levels measured?
TA Manuka Honey (Bio Active Manuka Honey) – Manuka Doctor TA Manuka honey measures the Total Activity (TA) of the honey predominantly due to the Hydrogen Peroxide (H202) activity of the honey. The Total Activity is measured using Staphylococcus aureus NZRM 87 (ATCC 9144) and expressed as the equivalent % phenol as referenced in The University of Waikato Honey Assay Method under the Determination of Honey Activity by Bioassay Method.
Manuka Doctor honey pots are BPA free.
1. High Source of Antioxidants
The main antioxidant components extracted from chamomile flowers are the terpenoid group of antioxidants, including chamazulene and acetylene derivatives. Because these delicate compounds are unstable, they’re thought to be best preserved in an alcoholic tincture or “essential oil” form. Other major constituents of the flowers include several phenolic compounds, primarily the flavonoids, including apigenin, quercetin, patuletin as well as various glucosides. (1, 2, 3)
These compounds lower inflammation by fighting free radical damage and preventing cell mutation. Chamomile benefits start with antioxidants that are associated with better immune function; lower rates of mood disorders; reduced pain and swelling; and healthier skin, hair, nails, teeth and eyes.
2. Fights Anxiety and Depression
Chamomile, whether in tea, tincture or essential oil form, is one the best medicinal herbs for fighting stress and promoting relaxation, according to research from Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine and Pharmacognosy Review. (4, 5) Inhaling chamomile vapors using chamomile essential oils is often recommended as a natural remedy for anxiety and general depression, which is one reason why chamomile oil is a popular ingredient in many candles, aromatherapy products and bath-soaking treatments.
In extract form, chamomile is frequently used as a mild sedative to calm nerves and reduce anxiety because its vapors travel directly to the olfactory part of the brain, turning off tension and reducing the body’s stress response. This is why practitioners use chamomile to effectively relieve symptoms of chronic anxiety and stress, including hysteria, nightmares, insomnia and various digestive problems. (6)
Smells are carried directly to the brain, and they serve as an emotional trigger. The limbic system evaluates the sensory stimuli, registering pleasure, pain, danger or safety; this then directs our emotional response, such as feelings of fear, anger and attraction. Our basic emotions and hormonal balance are in response to the most basic smell. Scents are a direct pathway to memory and emotion. Fragrances, like chamomile, relieve pain and generally affect personality and behavior. Research proves that using oil fragrances is one of the fastest ways to achieve psychological results.
3. Improves Digestion
Believed to be a powerful digestive relaxant, chamomile can be used to treat various gastrointestinal disturbances, including gas, acid reflux symptoms, indigestion, diarrhea, anorexia, motion sickness, nausea and vomiting. Chamomile extract can help shorten the course of diarrhea and colic in children as well as relieve symptoms associated with the conditions like pain and anxiety. Chamomile oil also contains anodyne compounds that are anti-spasmodic, reducing cramping, constipation and other stomach pains.
Many of these benefits are due to chamomile’s natural relaxing effects. Because the brain and the gut communicate directly back and forth via the vagus nerve, a more relaxed mind can also help heal leaky gut, which can mean reduced symptoms of chronic conditions like leaky gut, IBS and other gut-related issues. Chamomile benefits include mellowing effects also make it a good choice for pregnant women in order to relax the digestive tract and act as a natural remedy for nausea.
4. Has Strong Anti-Inflammatory and Pain-Reducing Abilities
Chamomile is sometimes called an “herbal aspirin” since it’s been a popular home remedy for lowering pain for centuries. Chamomile flowers are used alone or in combination with other anti-inflammatory foods to reduce pain, congestion, swelling and redness. They’re effective at reducing facial swelling, skin irritations, toothaches, pain from infections and underlying issues of inflammation. This is the reason chamomile extract is commonly added to beauty products like facial or body lotions, toothpastes, and bath soaps.
Chamomile can also naturally lower pain associated with arthritis, injuries, back pain, fevers and pregnancy. In fact, its pain-reducing qualities are even used to soothe the body and mind after giving birth. For example, in some parts of the world like Mexico, chamomile tea is given to women after labor to relax their abdominal muscles and help them rest.
Research has consistently shown Turmeric to be a highly effective anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory in the body. It has numerous benefits such as relieving joint pains, boosting immunity, enhancing weight loss, brain support, skin health etc. Turmeric is an excellent all-rounder.
White Peony is an herb that is a great ally to other fertility herbs. It works best when combined with other herbs for fertility. S
Western herbalists cannot resist using a Traditional Chinese Medicine herb because it works so wonderfully. White Peony, also known as Chinese Peony (Paeonia lactiflora) is one of those. Peony also blends well with western herbs. Traditionally this herb has been used for painful menstruation, known as dysmennorhea, endometriosis, uterine fibroids and PCOS.