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Tipson Organic Ashwagandha Tea Infusions – Lemon & Ginger – 25 Premium Tea Bags – Caffeine Free – Non GMO – Gluten free

$8.99

(20 customer reviews)

AYURVEDA IN A TEA CUP: Enjoy the benefits of ancient Indian medicinal wisdom in a delicious cup of pure ayurvedic tea. Ashwagandha roots target adrenal health to combat stress & it’s inflammatory effects. We use only the best whole root for our tea.
THE ADAPTOGEN ADVANTAGE: Adaptogens are substances in powerful herbs that are natural stress relievers. Be at your best with this ancient elixir known for its stress reducing properties & enjoy a better night’s sleep by calming your adrenal glands.
USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC: Brew a cup or pot of this delicious tonic to share with loved ones. It’s 100 percent organic, non-GMO and gluten-free. So you can be sure it’s powerful adaptogenic and health-enhancing qualities are present in every tea bag.

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AYURVEDA IN A TEA CUP: Enjoy the benefits of ancient Indian medicinal wisdom in a delicious cup of pure ayurvedic tea. Ashwagandha roots target adrenal health to combat stress & it’s inflammatory effects. We use only the best whole root for our tea.
THE ADAPTOGEN ADVANTAGE: Adaptogens are substances in powerful herbs that are natural stress relievers. Be at your best with this ancient elixir known for its stress reducing properties & enjoy a better night’s sleep by calming your adrenal glands.
USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC: Brew a cup or pot of this delicious tonic to share with loved ones. It’s 100 percent organic, non-GMO and gluten-free. So you can be sure it’s powerful adaptogenic and health-enhancing qualities are present in every tea bag.
FOIL-WRAPPED FOR FRESHNESS: Ashwagandha contains many nutrients a & antioxidants to help relieve the stress and anxiety that’s so common in modern life. We ensure the integrity of this ayurvedic tonic by wrapping it inside double-chambered envelopes.
TANGY LEMON & GINGER: Enjoy the tart earthy flavor of this classic combination showcasing two of nature’s most versatile ingredients. They come together in this perfect herbal infusion that’s a joy to partake in day or night. Try it hot or ice cold.

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20 reviews for Tipson Organic Ashwagandha Tea Infusions – Lemon & Ginger – 25 Premium Tea Bags – Caffeine Free – Non GMO – Gluten free

  1. TammyJo Eckhart

    Flavors are Better than Scent

    So far we have loved all six flavors in this collection. The surprise is that that the unbrewed scent is more black tea than I was expecting (I was expecting none) and that worried me about the flavor once brewed. However, once brewed, the fruit and spice fragrance was stronger and the flavor was more spice and fruit than tea. Good balance of flavors in this collection for both myself and my hubby though we have ones we like a bit more than the other. Very easy to make, you could even put the tea bag in the microwave with your water if you want because it does not have a metal staple which is comment with tea bags.

  2. Captain Awesomeness

    Great tea, the best are with ginger, chamomile helps with sleep, & nice with added dried fruit.

    I’ve finished off a box of this tea and like them in this order -1. Lemon and Ginger2. Ginger and Peach3. Cherry4. Blueberry (pictured with blueberry added)5. Mango6. PomegranateI ended up experimenting and added cherries and blueberries to each of the flavored teas, as with those ranked 3-6 the additional flavoring isn’t very distinctive.The chamomile in the tea comes out and helps with calming the nerves and sleep. I recommend about 2 hours prior to bedtime.

  3. J. B. Hoyos

    Attractive Boxed Assortment of Fruit-Flavored, Chamomile-Like Ashwagandha Tea from Tipson!

    Ashwagandha, I’ve recently learned, is an Ayurvedic herb that is found in many probiotics. It helps relieve stress and anxiety, therefore promoting digestion and proper waste removal. I’ve noticed from drinking the ashwagandha collection of teas from Tipson, that ashwagandha makes me sleepy. It tastes and behaves much like chamomile. In fact, as many have already noticed, this collection of teas tastes like fruit enhanced/infused chamomile. Do not drink it in the mornings or afternoons. It will make you sleepy, at least it did me. When drunk at night, I felt very drowsy as though I had taken a sleeping pill or drunk a glass or two of Moscato wine. At least I didn’t wake up the next morning with a throbbing, dull headache. If you enjoy drinking chamomile tea, then you will also enjoy drinking this ashwagandha tea from Tipson. There are sixty envelopes containing an assortment of six deliciously flavored tea bags. The envelopes are inside a cardboard box that has been shrink-wrapped for protection during shipping and handling. There is a display tray that slides out of the box, revealing the envelopes in neatly organized trays. Each envelope is thick and is notched at the bottom for easy opening. Each tea bag has a string attached for easy brewing. I have to add real honey and all-natural, zero-calorie Stevia to my ashwagandha tea in order to rid it of its “weedy” herbal taste. I must do the same to chamomile tea. Also, I prefer my tea iced rather than hot because the summer months here at the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains can be very hot and humid. Making iced tea is easy. Just use half of the amount of water that you would normally use, pour the tea into a stainless steel mug full of ice, and enjoy! Note: The expiration date stamped on the back of the box, in the lower right-hand corner, is 12.2021. This is a very good date. This tea will be gone long before then.

    2 people found this helpful

  4. 🐈 Kitten Kisser 🐈

    Bland

    I ordered this to make iced tea. Unfortunately the taste is very bland. It’s not much to my liking. I also ordered their Tulsi Ginger & Lemon to make iced tea. That tastes much better. I do need to add a little lemon stevia to it, but it’s still much better than this.The tea bags are nice. No staples or glue. The tag is tied into the bag & the bag is folded. I like that a lot about their teas.Ingredients per the box:Organic chamomile, organic ashwaganda, organic lemongrass, organic ginger, organic lemon verbena & natural peach flavor.I would not get this (Ashwagandha Ginger & Peach) again, I would probably get others.

  5. Comdet

    Good collection of herbal flavors

    This is an enjoyable collection of herbal flavors. While the Lemon & Ginger is my favorite, all have been enjoyable. I especially like that the fruit flavors, such as the blueberry, avoid the astringent taste that is sometimes present in fruit-based herbal teas. None contain caffeine, making them a good match for a late-night drink.The assortment box has individual compartments, each holding a different flavor. It’s a convenient way to keep things organized, and makes it perfect for offering an after dinner cup for guest since they can pick their own flavor.My only complaint is that the ginger tea flavors don’t emphasize the ginger enough for my taste. Granted, I prefer a strong ginger “bite” that others may find too gingery, but these, while tasty, don’t emphasize the ginger enough.4.5 stars rounded up to 5.

  6. Kjones

    Gift

    Not able to rate, this was a gift for some one else

  7. Ann Johnson

    Would not recommend

    No taste whatsoever,no calming effects from ashwaganda .tea bags very skimpy on tea leaves,woild not recommend or purchase for myself again,sorry!

  8. Amazon Customer

    This tea tastes wonderful and seems to be very calming. My wife and I enjoy it nightly.

    great

  9. O R

    Good variety different flavors

    Flavor is great

  10. Shakey Town

    A really tasty combination of teas … each with a distinctive flavor.

    The assorted flavors combination (10 each of blueberry, cherry, ginger& peach, lemon& ginger, mango and pomegranate) is one of the best combinations of herbal teas you can find. A little sweet … a little spicey … a good combination.My family has tasted, so far, 3 of the teas … the blueberry, the cherry and the ginger&peach tea.The first two, the blueberry and cherry, we tried as ‘sun teas’, a method of brewing we really enjoy during the warmer months (as this review is being written). 3 tea bags immersed in approximately 80 ounces (10 cups) of cold water, set the container out in a sunny location and let the container sit for 8 hours or so and then enjoy.Unlike many other herbal teas that I’ve made in this manner, I could actually taste the cherry or the blueberry flavor in the tea. Now, of course, the tea didn’t taste like cherry or blueberry soda, it is a herbal tea after all, but the cherry or blueberry taste was there. A tasty, satisfying experience.The other taste test of the Tipson Aswaganhda tea was using a ginger & peach tea bag to make a cup of hot tea. This was prepared in the standard way, a single tea bag in a cup of hot water and let it steep for a while. I tasted a bit of the ginger and peach flavor in my cup of tea but my spouse (who had the second ‘steeping’ of the bag) tasted more of the chamomile flavor.Note that chamomile is listed as the primary flavor of each tea bag but, at least with the cherry and blueberry that my family has tried so far, the chamomile doesn’t completely ‘wipe-out’ the fruity-flavors in the teas.In the end, the flavor of the hot tea was okay, but, to us, the ‘sun tea’ method is probably what we will continue with until the weather starts to turn colder.The teas were nicely boxed (in case you are looking to give the tea as a present) and I was pleased to find that each individual tea bag is foil-wrapped. Paper-wrapped tea bags are okay, I don’t have a major issue with them, but I have to say that I do think that having each bag foil-wrapped does help with long-term freshness.Of course, I probably don’t have to worry too much about long-term storage with the Tipson Ashwagandha tea bags as I suspect I will use all 60 bags up before the summer is done.All-in-all, these Tipson Organic teas bags would be a good addition to your pantry. Keep them in mind.If you found this review helpful, please click the Helpful button below as that helps me know that I’m providing useful information in these reviews.

    4 people found this helpful

  11. Bess Kearney

    Flavorfull

    I bought this tea months ago for someone who moved away as a gift to ease tension and stress. They loved the flavor and because it is a colder climate state; the warmth and thickness was excellent. This is the reason for this purchase to send them more.

  12. C.A. Great

    Wonderful

    Best tea I’ve had in years. Perfect for my stomach inflammation. These guys feel me 👌

    One person found this helpful

  13. Nicole

    Tasty tea

    Delicious flavor and pleasant aroma

  14. btags

    Wonderful variety of relaxing teas

    These are really wonderful tasting teas, and the box includes a very nice variety of flavors. My favorite is the Ginger Peach. For the most part they are all very light and fresh tasting. I do like to add a little sweetener, either honey or Stevia, to my teas, which for all of these flavors help to enhance them, in my opinion. I also do find the teas to be relaxing — I’m not entirely sure whether it’s just taking the break to slow down and sip the tea, or whether it is actually the ingredients (Ashwaganda), but it is really has a nice calming effect.

  15. VIDFAN

    Light and Settles My Stomach

    Whenever I have indigestion or some stomach issue I drink ginger tea. This tea, with added lemon, gives it a milder taste that is perfect for when I find pure ginger tea too strong. It’s a good after dinner tea that cleans your palate, especially if you’ve had too much greasy or spicy food. I find it refreshing and pleasant. My only critique is that it’s not as rich in flavor as other lemon ginger teas I’ve had, but it’s not bad, either. So I would say it’s above average but not the best.

  16. linda galella

    Beautiful packaging but it would be REALLY helpful

    if they listed the ingredients on the webpage; I could have avoided ordering and item I’m allergic to, if they had🙄Tipson does use all organic ingredients:chamomile, ashwagandha, lemongrass, rose hip shell, orange peel, hibiscus and natural flavor blueberry. Strange that the actual name of the item is the only ingredient NOT organic🧐❓Each individual bag is in a tiny envelope of its own and there are 25 teabags in a shrunk wrapped box. The expiration date is clearly stamped on the bottom of the box and is about 17 months in the future. A pleasant aroma of berry is quite noticeable. Unfortunately, I could not test the tea as I’m seriously allergic to the flowers in the formula. A friend made a batch of it iced using a small amount of honey and tho’t it was good but couldn’t identify the berry. She also said it was “tart in a good way”All things considered, webpage needs updating; the tea is gentle but refreshing✨

    One person found this helpful

  17. Leslie

    Delicious, flavorful teas

    I have the assortment of six different flavors and I enjoyed them all. Each tasted just as described. I steeped them about 10 minutes to get the full flavor. Even a little longer will not make a bitter cup of tea, just more flavorful.The tea contains ashwagandha, which combats stress. These teas are organic, herbal, and caffeine-free. Tea bags are individually wrapped so they stay fresh. I drink this in the evening to relax before bed. It works for me, and sometimes I am falling asleep before I am finished with my tea.At the time of my review this assortment of 60 tea bags was 14.99, a bargain compared to what I have spent on less satisfying products.

  18. Bros

    Superb!

    This Tipson Organic Ashwagandha Infusions tea is light, smooth, refreshing, & flavorful. I am currently getting treatment for metastatic lung cancer. This tea really helps my liver. I haven’t tried all the flavors yet but what I have tried is excellent. The quality is 1st rate. Absolute 5 stars!

    5 people found this helpful

  19. Paula G. Cannon

    Excellent product!

    I absolutely love these infusions! They are not tea, they are herbal, no caffeine. You have to make sure your water is boiling and you need to let these infuse a lot longer then regular tea to get the full benefit of the medicinal herbs and to really extract the wonderful full flavor. These are very high quality, all organic, no artificial anything. They taste exactly like what they say and the taste is excellent on all flavors, nothing weak about it if you let it infuse. This is by far the best quality infusions I’ve found. They are very calming and soothing herbs. I was surprised at the great value for the really great quality of these blends. I was very happy to try this and will definitely be buying more. I also love the Tulsi assortment. This is an excellent product, just be sure your water is Boiling hot and leave the bag in to fully infuse then enjoy!

    2 people found this helpful

  20. Blurryface

    Very weak, tastes like chamomile & herbs, not fruit

    I got the box of ashwagandha tea in six assorted fruit flavors but you’d be better off just getting a big box of chamomile tea. The fruit flavors are nearly indiscernible except for a sour overtone and instead, you are left with the flavors of the herbs: chamomile and lemongrass predominantly. I got burnt out on the taste of chamomile years ago so I really don’t enjoy the taste of this tea but if you like chamomile, you’ll probably not mind this stuff.I don’t think there’s enough ashwagandha in each bag to make much different health-wise although I do believe ashwagandha has some very good benefits for hormone and adrenal health. These are just too weak to impart any real benefit.

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