Turmeric Active Tea
Life is for living! Feel your body pulse with Turmeric Active tea while the warmth of ginger, turmeric and galangal support your every move. You’ll soon be feeling supple and spritely in a golden blaze of organic glory. Discover this warm, spicy and invigorating blend with hints of orange essential oil.
Part of the Turmeric range
Turmeric is one of our herbal superheroes. The potential benefits of this vibrant root for our own wellbeing are vast, so we’ve created the Turmeric family to inspire your get up and go!
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A classic tonic, Galangal (Alpina officinarum) is a Ginger-like plant which grows about a metre tall. Its reddish-brown rhizomes have typically been used as a cooking spice for their amazingly fruity warmth.Find out more on Pukkapedia
Its warming energy makes ginger a friend of everyone interested in healthy digestion, bright eyes and warm hands.Find out more on Pukkapedia
We buy licorice from FairWild projects in Khazakstan and Spain ensuring that both what we take will be regenerated to be there in the future and that the collectors are paid a fair wage.Find out more on Pukkapedia
It is a rejuvenator of the soil, quickly inhabiting disturbed ground and drawing minerals from deep within the earth.Find out more on Pukkapedia
Triphala: is an ancient Ayurvedic formula combining Amlalaki, Bibhitaki and Haritaki fruits. Triphala literally translates as ‘three fruits’. Amalaki fruits are likened to gooseberries and are produced from small trees that are native throughout India. The fruits are a naturally high source of Vitamin C with polyphenols and have a characteristically sour and bitter taste.Find out more on Pukkapedia
Turmeric, Curcuma longa, also known as the ‘Golden Goddess’ in India, has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic traditions as a medicinal herb as well as an essential ingredient in curry. It is ingrained in Indian culture.Find out more on Pukkapedia
- Caffeine free
- Gluten free
- Dairy free
- Added sugar free
- Soya free
- Nut free