TEA TIME FOR TWO*TWININGS REVIEW*
So I received an interesting #MomVox from @Influenster!
It all started when asked if I would be interested in cooking quinoa.
I've never cooked quinoa, but they also say, "Never say no." I can think of a few things you should say no to, but that's another post for another day ;)
Most items in the box are related to relaxing because mom's need to relax.
Most of the time, I'm hurting for some relaxation!
Nothing says relaxation like a warm cup of tea.
I have teas. I normally don't drink teas.
I'm a coffee gal. If I could swim in it, I'd be completey happy.
Coffee is my favorite food.
But I'm trying to cut back on the caffeine and all of the calories from the flavored creamers, so I'm reaching for tea instead when I'm looking for an energy boost or other health boost.
My #MomVox included a surprisingly delicious Lemon and Ginger Tea pack by Twinings. They've been making teas for 300 hundred years and they must know something!
Most lemon teas I have tried are either too tangy, too sour or just too much!
Ginger is one of those good for you foods, but you have to ingest an oddly spicy root, which I'm not the biggest fan of that.
But Twinings was able to to combine both into a yummy, balanced tea that I actually enjoyed drinking!
The benefits of lemon tea include helping cleanse and detoxify your body of toxins. By detofying your blood, the tea can energize your body, refresh your mind and improve mental clarity.
Ginger can improve digestion, reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and reduce stress.
I quite enjoyed the tea, but it made me sleepy (maybe it was because I was sitting on the couch?). I can definitely see myself enjoying this tea with my son, both of us being healthy together (already gave it to him, and he liked it!). Not all skincare goes on our skin. Sometimes it goes in our bodies as well :)
At least, it tastes good!
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I received this product free for sampling purposes but that all opinions are my own.
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