SuperAdapt Stress Suppress Tea

$13.50 - Tin - 36 Tea Bags #44123

Temporarily Out of Stock. Next available on: 07/05/2019

Organic Herbal Tea for Relaxing Organic Tulsi (Holy Basil) grown in India is famous for its calming and balancing attributes.* Vikings, Sherpas and cosmonauts have used the Siberian herb Rhodiola for everything from stamina to relaxation.Hibiscus and aromatic rose add fruity and floral notes to this bright, herbal blend.A calming cup enjoyed warm or over ice.

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Sugar Free Tea
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ORGANIC TEA FOR RELAXING*Sip away worries with Tulsi (Holy Basil). Vikings,Sherpas and cosmonauts have used Rhodiola for everything from stamina to relaxation. Hibiscus and rose add fruity and floral notes.


This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping herbal tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.


Organic Vana Tulsi (Ocimum gratissimum);Organic Rama Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum),Organic hibiscus (flower); Organic Rhodiola Rosea (root)



Citizen Reviews
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Lovely tea that really works!

5 Stars Lovely tea that really works!

from CA on wrote:

I found this tea at Whole Foods on March 7, even though it's not available online yet till April 1, so I guess I lucked out with a sneak preview. I do really like this tea, and it really does alleviate stress and calm anxiety! Recently I took a break from all my supplements for about a week, like you're supposed to do occasionally, and one day I was feeling very stressed and anxious, and I thought this would be a great opportunity to test this tea, so I had a cup. I'd say within about half an hour, all my stress and anxiety melted away! The difference was truly remarkable. So, this tea is definitely a keeper for me. It's also a lovely tea anyway. It smells beautifully of roses, and has a rosy taste, too. (The tin says the ingredients include "natural rose flavor.") You can smell and taste the tulsi, too, and a hint of hibiscus. Note that this is one you shouldn't just leave the bag in, as I usually do with other teas -- if it steeps too long, it can get sharp and bitter, which I think is due to the hibiscus and/or the tulsi. It seems to turn out best when brewed close to the ROT recommendations of 6 oz. water, 5-7 min. steep time. I usually do about 7 oz., 8 min. Highly recommended to give it a try!