Me + tea = happy place. But what tea do you really love? There are so many options, each with their own unique tastes, feel, and benefits. If you’re looking for something truly different, then I think it’s about time that you explore the benefits of herbal tea with WayGood Tea, a small, artisan-focused tea company from Seattle with a serious passion for natural health, holistic living and creating high-quality products that are sustainable, organic and promote a healthy lifestyle.
The company’s goal is to help their customers achieve and maintain wellness in mind, body and spirit through the healthful properties of tea. The company’s founder Gar Lee, an avid yogi and tea drinker, set on a mission to create the healthiest, most flavorful herbal tea blends to compliment the yoga lifestyle. After years of research, Lee developed a special line of herbal teas to significantly improve one’s daily life. And thus, WayGood Tea was born.
Their commitment to providing the best ingredients led them on a journey around the world. Now, ingredients are sourced from China, Taiwan, Egypt, India, Eastern Europe and even some locally within the U.S.
There are four fantastic collections of tea right now for you to enjoy, each with very different properties. Each contains 18 full-leaf sachets that retails for $13.95.
- Balasana: Like the child’s pose, this delicate herbal blend kissed with jasmine, rose, and lemon reduces fatigue and relieves tension to help keep you grounded.
- Chaturanga: Like practicing Chaturanga, this blend increases stamina and invigorates both the mind & body with ginger and rooibos
- Pranayama: For pranayama, this fragrant tea blend with lavender and rosemary reduces congestion and strengthens the respiratory system to help you with better breathing
- Savasana: Inspired by Savasana – the final resting pose, this herbal blend of chamomile and peppermint eases you into a state of relaxation and calm
To find out more about WayGood Tea and how it can help you lead a healthier lifestyle, please visit:
- WayGood Tea Blog