Maca-Tropical Smoothie & Bowl
Created with some of our favorite Ã¢Â€Âœanti-stressÃ¢Â€Â ingredients, one sip of this smoothie is sure to bring you chill tropical vibes!
1 tsp. Maca Powder
½ cup spinach
½ cup strawberries
½ cup peach pieces
1 Tbsp. agave nectar (optional)
1 ½ cups crushed ice (or to desired consistency)
BLEND until smooth.
ADD ice and blend until thickened and desired consistency.
Spice Fun Fact: Due to its unique fruity flavor, hibiscus is used in hot and cold beverages worldwide. Some popular options include: agua de Jamaica, sorrel, and many types of tea.
Get ready to press the reset button! This Tea Cleanse contains 4 unique blends of organic teas, herbs, spices and botanicals carefully selected to help promote total body health from the inside out. Each delicious blend is specially formulated for a specific time of day to give you what you what you need when you need it. Enjoy all week long to support overall wellness and a healthy, balanced lifestyle.* All you need is hot water, your favorite mug and a high-five - for investing in YOU! Includes: 4 wellness-inspired teas (28 total tea sachets) and informational insert.
Green tea leaves are finely ground, resulting in high-quality matcha that’s perfect for preparing traditional matcha, cold-brewed matcha, green tea lattes, and smoothies. Comes in a 20g travel-sized gunmetal tin. Recommend 1/2 tsp for an estimated 14 servings.
Conquer the desire for something sweet with this delicious caffeine-free infusion! Peppermint balances the tartness of hibiscus while licorice root imparts natural sweetness. Enjoy hot or iced!
Spice Fun Fact: In addition to culinary uses, ginger is used for fragrance in soaps and cosmetics, as well as in laxatives, anti-gas, and antacids.
Get more beauty sleep with this relaxing blend of botanicals. Calming valerian root, warming cardamom, and sweet spearmint make this an ideal tea to sip before turning in to catch some zzz's.
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Spice Fun Fact: Because the flower grows close to the ground and smells like apple, the word ʺchamomileʺ derives from the Greek words ʺchamosʺ meaning ground and ʺmilosʺ meaning apple.