We get it...it's Wednesday and you need a mid week pick me up to help you get through the rest of the week (who doesn't?).
Imagine this...you're slowly sliding the firm lid off the canister when suddenly your olfactory (smell) senses are triggered by the gorgeous combination of vanilla, apples and spices. For a moment the sweet embrace has you emerged in another world, a sweet world...is your mouth watering yet? We thought so!
Not only does this naturally sweet herbal treat taste and smell so good - each of the ingredients have been found to offer a range of amazing health benefits...making it the worlds healthiest sweet treat (nominated by us).
Say hello to Treat Me's health benefits...
Dried Apple – wide source of phytochemicals which are strong antioxidants. They are considered beneficial in helping to protect against chronic disease for example coronary vascular disease and some cancers.
Did you know...flavonoids (which are found in apples) are thought to help reduce mortality!
Cinnamon – a good source of flavonoids (too!) which work as antioxidants. Cinnamon is thought to inhibit the activity of fungal infection like candidas albicans (thrush). It is also thought to be beneficial in coronary vascular disease and Type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Clove – a pleasant aromatic herb containing multiple vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. A general stress reliever, aiding digestion with some antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral properties.
Coconut – considered helpful at improving good cholesterol (HDL). Also, a good source of vitamins C and E, calcium, iron, potassium etc. Coconut may contain significant amounts of polysaccharides which possess prebiotic properties that can enhance the growth and activity of probiotics and gut microflora.
Vanilla – a desirable relaxing scent. Properties considered to include anti-oxidant, anti -inflammatory and stress relieving.
Green Tea – a great source of catechins notably EGCG which are antioxidant, anti-angiogenesis and anti-proliferative (relevant to the prevention and treatment of cancer). Found to positively preserve physical function in the fatigued state. Considered a good source of the flavonoid Quercetin with the potential to exert anti-carcinogenic effects on colonic tumour cells. Theanine found in green tea may have a positive effect on memory.
Want to try the worlds healthiest treat for yourself? Because you deserve it, use TREATME10 at the checkout for 10% off your order...be quick the offer only lasts a week.
Enjoy your moment from anywhere at anytime with Me Moment.xx
*Disclaimer - whilst the team at Me Moment are pretty wonderful, we're not doctors. We advise you speak to your local GP if you'd like to know more about herbal tea benefits.