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Traditional Medicinals Review and Giveaway

I have seen Traditional Medicinals teas in stores for years now but had never got around to trying them. Recently, I was sent some different kinds of their products to try. They make different teas that can be used as herbal dietary supplements.

My favorite of the teas that I tried is the Organic Spearmint. Spearmint is my favorite minty flavor and this tea is light and refreshing. It is caffeine free and the only ingredient is organic spearmint leaves. I like this tea in the morning because I do not typically drink any caffeine until after noon. Also, I like it before bed because it is soothing and caffeine free so it does not keep me up.

A couple of the teas I was not a fan of the taste. I did not like the Everyday Lemon Detox or the Throat Coat. The Throat Coat tea is licorice flavored which I do not like. The Everyday Lemon Detox tea was too herb flavored to me.

The other tea that I enjoyed was the peppermint tea. It is similar to the spearmint tea. I like these teas because they are refreshing but also seem to help calm my stomach.
Giveaway
The giveaway will be for the following Traditional Medicinals products to one reader:
•Organic Peppermint
•Organic Chamomile w/ Lavender
•Organic Roasted Dandelion Root
•Organic Ginger
•Organic Nighty Night
•Organic EveryDay Detox Lemon
•A Traditional Medicinals bag and muga Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I was sent these products for free from Traditional Medicinals. All opinions are my own.

15 comments:

  1. I always drink tea at the first sign of anything hinky-I love it with honey in it. I also love to drink my tension tamer tea and of course my sleepy time tea.

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  2. My favorite Traditional Medicinals is nighty night. Always keep some on hand and whenever I'm feeling sick it soothes me to sleep and I wake feeling better!

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  4. My favorite healthy tip is to not over work yourself so you don't weaken your system to let things in

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  5. There are so many healthy tips that I've learned over the years! I think my favorite would have to be summed up perfectly in the old adage, "Stop and smell the roses." One of the most basic, but important bases for building a healthy and happy life :)

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  6. avoid a much of the nitrates, msg and corn syrup that is in today's prepackaged food. In other words, cook from scratch.

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  8. always eat salads at lunch 'n dinner.

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  10. drink lots of water, and of course lots of fruits and veggies !!!

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  11. Drink plenty of water, and move for atleast 10mins a day.

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  12. I'd love to try the roasted dandelion root tea. It sounds so exotic...

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  13. Make sure you get plenty of sleep at night. You don't realize just how important it is to staying healthy until it's too late

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