Organic Ashwagandha Tea

Ayurvedic medicine has been using ashwagandha for over 3,000 years. The root of the ashwagandha plant was primarily used as a nerve tonic to soothe the body, although it was also revered for its strength-building capabilities.

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Certified Organic Ingredients

Know what you’re putting into your body. Our ashwagandha tea is USDA Organic, non-GMO, and gluten-free.

Stress-busting benefits

Ashwagandha’s Latin name, somnifera, means “sleep-inducing.” This stress-busting tea is perfect for relaxing.

Beat Inflammation

Ashwagandha decreases inflammation in the body, speeding up healing after an intense workout.

Ayurvedic medicine has been using ashwagandha for over 3,000 years. The root of the ashwagandha plant was primarily used as a nerve tonic to soothe the body, although it was also revered for its strength-building capabilities.

In fact, the word ashwagandha means “smell of the horse” in Sanskrit because it was known to increase strength and vitality.

Ashwagandha is native to North Africa and India, where it’s also known as winter cherry and Indian ginseng.

It’s praised for its adaptogen qualities, which means it’s perfect for managing stress. If you suffer from chronic stress or anxiety, ashwagandha can help you feel normal again.

Ashwagandha tea has other benefits, including:

  • Blood sugar regulation.
  • Lower LDL (“bad”) cholesterol levels.
  • Boost to brain function and memory.
  • Decreased inflammation. Animal studies suggest ashwagandha may be a potential anti-cancer agent.
  • Increased muscle mass and strength.

Tipson ashwagandha tea helps you build strength while minimizing the stress on your body and mind. It’s the perfect addition to your active, work hard play hard lifestyle.

Ashwagandha’s flavor profile is slightly bitter with earthy tones. It’s often enjoyed hot, with milk, spices, or honey to enhance its flavor. It’s the perfect nightcap to help you sleep and relax after a long day.

Tipson Ashwagandha Teas

Tipson’s ashwagandha tea is great served plain or with ginger, honey, and spice as a low-calorie treat.