Happy Tea

Support and enhance mood with our Happy Tea.

40g. 100% Natural Loose Leaf Tea.

Ingredients (all organic): Melissa (Melissa officinalis) herb, Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) herb, Rose (Rosa) buds, Skullcap (Scutellaria laterifolia), Turmeric (Curcuma longa), Roseroot (Rhodiola rosea) root, and Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) berries.

Contents settle, mix before use. Due to the natural ingredients flavour may vary.

Did you know?

You can take this tea to help decrease depression and increase dopamine, but in order to effectively treat a condition with plant medicine, you need to first reach a medicinal dose, and then take the correct dose for the correct duration for individual needs. We always recommend first consulting a a NIMH medical herbalist before taking any plant medicine for the first time in order to get the best prescription for your individual needs.

CAUTION

When taking any medicinal plant at a medicinal level, always first consult a NIMH medical herbalist or healthcare professional before giving to a child, if you are pregnant, have any medical condition or allergy, or if you are taking any medication. Do not stop taking any medication you have been prescribed without consulting your health care professional.

£9.50

Availability: 15 in stock

Botanicals Anchored in Scientific Mood Enhancement

Throughout history, people have drawn upon the therapeutic potential of the plants surrounding them to uplift and balance their moods. Remarkably, botanical treasures such as roseroot, melissa, turmeric, black cohosh, saffron, skullcap, chai hu, rose, and St. John’s wort have undergone comprehensive laboratory research, unveiling their multifaceted mechanisms for improving mood. These plants, brimming with natural bioactive compounds, exert their influence by enhancing the brain’s feel-good mood signals, such as serotonin and dopamine. Notably, certain botanicals like turmeric, saffron, and St. John’s wort also harbour essential ingredients that combat inflammation, an avenue being explored for its potential in alleviating depression.

Furthermore, several of these medicinal plants, including St. John’s wort, turmeric, black cohosh, saffron, skullcap, and roseroot, have undergone gold standard (controlled) clinical trials. This signifies that, in humans, when administered as a medicinal plant (in the appropriate formulation and at therapeutic levels), they have consistently demonstrated the ability to significantly enhance mood compared to placebos. In some instances, such as St. John’s Wort and Turmeric, these plant medicines have exhibited effectiveness on par with mainstream pharmaceutical drugs, often with fewer or no side effects.”

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