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Are you making yourself colder?

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Seasonal Tea Guide, plus a cozy NEW RECIPE
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Can Hot Tea Make You Cold?

Yes! According to Traditional Chinese Medicine:

The inherent "warming" or "cooling" essence of a food or herb can affect your body more than actual temperature.

Having too much coldness in the body can negatively impact your health.

Good news: you can support warmth, energy and balance during these cold months by eating and drinking things that are warming in nature.

Some teas are warming and some are cooling – regardless of whether you drink them hot or iced!


​What are they? 
We've got the scoop in our downloadable PDF here!

Click to Get Your Seasonal Tea Guide!

You may want to keep this PDF of the Seasonal Tea Guide handy, so you know which brew to choose when you need a little warming up (or cooling down).

As a special treat, we've got a frothy spin on our favorite herbal warming tea...

Rooibos Date Latte Recipe

Ingredients 

1 ½  cups full fat coconut milk 

1 sachet Pique Rooibos Vitality Elixir

2 small pitted dried dates, or 1 medium

Directions 

- Heat coconut milk over medium heat in a saucepan until bubbles form around sides, about 5 minutes. 

- Combine coconut milk, Rooibos Vitality Elixir and dates in a high-speed blender and blend until dates are thoroughly combined and smooth. Pour into a mug and enjoy hot.

Get Rooibos Vitality Elixir

Curious what foods can also help keep you toasty through the season? Load up on these warming foods...

Fruit: coconut, guava, apricot, lychee, mandarin, mango, peach, raspberry, Chinese red dates

Vegetables: onions, leeks, chives, mustard greens, pumpkins, squash, and spring onions

Nuts/Grains/Seeds: walnuts, pistachios, pine nuts, chestnut, glutinous rice, malt, caraway seed

To your radiant health,
Jessica
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