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The Essential What-To-Knows

Put the kettle aside, and take a moment to read through our essential what-to-knows, before you treat your tastebuds to Thankfully Healthy’s hand-assorted herbal teas.


While 90% of the ingredients are 500 milligrams, it’s wise to keep note of the guidelines for optimum usage. Before preparing a particular tea, be sure to read through the ingredients to double check that no herb is an instigator for any personal allergies.


All our brews hold a subtle earthy essence as opposed to strong flavour notes, simply because they are made with ingredients that are 100% natural, and free of any artificial additives.


The approximate time to brew a single cup of tea, is between 4 to 8 minutes, dependant on the intensity of flavour you prefer.


While an excess intake of anything should be avoided, the same applies to herbs, spices and flowers. A cuppa herbal tea twice a day, is the amount we’d recommend.

Tea Ingredient Guidelines

Each of the ingredients we use are listed on the boxes. Run through the following guidelines for a deeper understanding of the effects of each individual ingredient, to avoid the risk of any health complications; the company will not be legally responsible for similar instances.

Night Time Tea

While lavender calms the senses, the ancient herb of Ashwagandha protects you from the unwanted stress and anxiety that day to day life may bring. The additional concoction of herbs tucks you into a blanket of tranquility for the perfect nights sleep. Ashwagandha, Butterfly pea flowers, Mint, Coriander, Lime flower, Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri), Lavender, Cardamom, Stevi

Glowing Goddess

With the selection of antioxidant-rich spices, herbs that purify the blood, and the skin protecting properties of the Lotus, this magical mixture will promise to leave you glowing. Turmeric, Orange, Liquorice, Rubia Cordifolia, Fenugreek, Black pepper, Lotus, Gota Kolu(Centella Asiatica), Stevia

Digestive Healer

Unearthed on the rich soils of India, these seeds and spices serve a great purpose in healing gut and gastric problems. Cloves, cumin and carom are capable of tackling ulcers and effectively cooling down the stomach. Coriander, Ginger, Cloves, Fennel, Cumin, Carom, Star anise, Marigold, Stevia

Immunity In A Cup

Turmeric, an age-old ingredient used for medicinal purposes, is a major immunity booster. Plants such as basil and rose, protect the body from infections as well as reducing inflammation. Rose, Holy basil, Ginger, Turmeric, Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri), Shatavari (asparagus Racemosus), Black Pepper, Stevia

Herbal Eve

There is nothing warmer on a crisp winter evening, than the combination of cinnamon and clove. The seeds of Nutmeg and Haritaki expel the soreness of the throat, while lavender and stevia balance the broil of the mind. Cinnamon, Cloves, Triphala (Myrobalans), Lemon balm, Nutmeg, Haritaki (Terminalia Chebula), Lavender, Stevia


Triphala is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, while guggul and lemongrass work wonders in regards to weight loss. Stevia adds a touch of sweetness without the added calories, while ginger, in accordance with the other ingredients, acts as an allrounder. Ginger, Cumin, Holy Basil, Triphala, Guggul, Lemongrass, Stevia

When To Avoid What

There is no doubting the fact that the key to wellness begins at making informed and conscious choices about what we feed our bodies. Read through the following precautions associated with particular ingredients to ensure yourself a safe cuppa!


to be avoided during pregnant and breastfeeding, as well as for those with autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.


to be avoided during pregnancy.


to be avoided during pregnancy.


to be avoided with existing gallstones or a bile duct obstruction.


while it assists the lowering of blood sugar, Shatavari is to be avoided with existing low blood sugar levels, or when consumed in addition to supplements consisting of the same properties.


to be avoided during breastfeeding. This Indian gooseberry may also lower blood sugar levels.


Triphala: to be avoided when taking chronic medication for diabetes and hypertension as it can reduce their efficacy.


to be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding, or with existing liver and kidney diseases. Avoid combining guggul with herbs, supplements, or drugs that are responsible for the thinning of blood.

Sustainable Packaging

Tea bags

We use 100% biodegradable tea pyramids. Our tea bags are SALSA and Organic certified, meeting the strict UK food and drink quality standards.

Bio-degradable boxing

The tea boxes are crafted purely from paper, hence the entirety of the packaging is 100% bio- degradable.

Renewable Resources

We use cellulose-based bio-film made from renewable resources (wood-pulp from managed plantations), and are certified to the European standard (EN13432) for industrially compostable packaging.

Tea tags

In order to stick the tea tags, we use the environmentally-friendly material, EVA RESIN. EVA, a type of plastic that does not require a plasticiser and is BPA-free, is the safer alternate recommended by the Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CEHJ). EVA rubber is a durable plastic foam material made of Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) resin.


While each tea bag is carefully machine packed for consistency in weight, a slight variation may be the result of an anomaly.

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