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Thought Flow Iced Infusion

Thought Flow Iced Infusion

Stay cool, refreshed, and focused with a chilled glass of iced Thought Flow Tea. This herbal iced tea features Gingko Biloba, Holy Basil, and Gotu Kola-  calming and cooling herbs that boost clarity and focus. These adaptogens soothe an overstimulated nervous system, balance endocrine health, and regulate energy levels. 

Compared to herbal teas, infusions use a larger amount of herbs and are steeped for a longer period of time. Because of this, herbal infusions contain more nutrients and nourishing benefits. Adding fresh fruit and herbs to this cooling iced tea kicks up the refreshment and packs a citrus-y zing! 

Gingko Biloba: Known as the oldest surviving tree species, Gingko’s medicinal properties were first recorded around 2,800 BC. This living fossil is neuro-protective and has been shown to ease anxiety and increase cognitive function and focus. 

Holy Basil: In Ayurvedic Medicine, Holy Basil, or Tulsi, is described as the “incomparable herb” for its impressive adaptogenic properties. This longevity-boosting adaptogen uplifts mood, elevates the spirit, and supports a healthy response to stress. 

Gotu Kola: Considered a rejuvenative nervine, Gotu Kola calms and balances the nervous system. This adaptogenic superherb enhances mental alertness and clarity, increases blood circulation, and even strengthens the connective tissue of the skin. 

Garnish with citrus slices, fresh cucumber, and mint leaves to add potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin E to this nourishing blend! These refreshing fruits and herbs lower our internal temperature by opening the pores, cleansing the body of excess heat. 

Try this cooling Thought Flow Infusion for a mind-nourishing and grounding summer beverage!

(Makes 2 servings)

Ingredients:

2 Cups Boiled Water 

2 TBSP Harmonic Arts Thought Flow Artisan Tea

1 Large Mason Jar 

1 Fine-Mesh Strainer or Cheesecloth

Cucumber Slices 

Lime Slices 

Fresh Mint Leaves

Directions: 

  1. Place the herbs in a large mason jar.
  2. Pour boiling water over the herbs so they are completely covered.
  3. Seal the jar with a tight-fitting lid to keep the steam and volatile oils from escaping.
  4. Allow the infusion to steep until the water cools to room temperature, or for a minimum of 4-6 hours. 
  5. Strain herbs from infusion using a cheesecloth or fine-mesh strainer. 
  6. Pour back into the jar for storage and refrigerate until cold, along with sliced cucumber, lime, lemon and mint leaves.
  7. Sip when you need a cooling, brain-boosting pick-me-up! 

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