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Eterniteea is one of our series of RealiTeas, loose leaf herbal teas which ensure you get to appreciate the full wonder of the herbs. In a cold, damp climate like that of Northern Europe, we don't advise you to eat cold food and drink cold drinks all the time. One of the best ways round this is to drink lots of warm teas in the winter, with herbs such as reishi and ashwaganda. So here they are for you, our comforting teas to assist you through the winter months. Eterniteea is a mix of reishi, foti root, cinnamon bark, schizandra berries, and goji berries. A selection of our favourite ingredients from Chinese medicine, this tea is a rich dark, almost coffee-like, blend with a light hint of cinnamon.
When you drink herbal teas made from teabags, you are not getting the full power of the herbs. Loose leaf teas that you brew yourself in the pot are barely any more effort, but you get so much more of the benefits of the herbs when you make tea this way. That's why we bring you our five unique tea blends: Eterniteea, formulated with Chinese herbs, Infiniteea, which uses Ayurvedic herbs, Femininiteea and PMTeea, our special blends for women, Clariteea, which contains two of our favourite herbs gingko and moringa, and our newest blend, Immuniteea, a delicious combination featuring hibiscus and star anise. We include goji berries in all these blends: in China, gojis are traditionally consumed this way, in tea form, plus they add a natural sweetness to these blends which means you don't need to add any sweetener in the cup.
He Shou Wu Root, Goji Berries, Schizandra Berries, Reishi Root (slices), Cinnamon sticks.
Each packet of tea makes about 30-40 cups. We recommend brewing this tea in a teapot that has a built-in strainer. Add 1/3rd packet to 1 litre water. We always use the mix twice or even three times - so we get 4 cups of tea out of the 1st brew, another 4 out of the 2nd, and possibly another 4 from the 3rd brew, making up to 12 cups in total. Make sure when you put the tea in the pot you get an even mix of ingredients - too much cinnamon or schizandra can unbalance the flavours.