Whether your late night was spent out on the town or holed up in your home, this blend is perfect for settling both your mind and your body. Containing less caffeine than tradtional black tea, it carries the stimulating flavours of cinnamon and blood orange, along with the soothing comfort of vanilla with a rooibos kick.
This tea contains a low level of caffeine | Steep at 212° for 5 minutes.
Hangovers are not fun, be they alcohol-induced or otherwise. The first thing necessary to countering a hangover is to get hydrated, but most people aren't too keen on sipping 16oz of water; it's boring. Then again, the nausea that can accompany that dehydration headache makes it pretty difficult to drink anything besides water.
Then I happened across a passage in a fantasy book I was reading that talked of tea with oranges and cinnamon being used to help settle the stomach, in that if the person drinking it could keep it down, it was safe to eat breakfast. Me being me, I gave it a try, and lo! it worked wonderfully for making me feel human when I had to get up in the morning only four hours after getting to bed.