An important part of all Wiccan rituals is grounding. In most cases, one should ground and release excess energies before and after ritual in order to manifest the appropriate outcome. What better way to ground yourself and clear your mind than a fabulous cup of tea, blended especially for that purpose?
Enchanted Works offers Black, Green and Herbal teas for your enjoyment. We will be eventually adding more teas to our stable, but only after we throughly research the new blends and have them created to our exacting specifications. As most people are aware, there are varying levels of caffiene and health benefits associated with each type of ritual tea we offer.
Caffiene Levels of Enchanted Works Ritual Teas:
Black Tea: 40 to 110 milligrams
Green Tea: 8 to 30 milligrams
Herbal and Fruit Tea: 0 milligrams. Naturally caffiene free.
Health Benefits of Our Ritual Teas
Antioxidants - the primary biological active ingredients of tea are powerful antioxidants called catechins. These antioxidants counteract free radicals.
Essential Oils - during the production process of our teas, essential oils are developed from active substances in the leaf. This gives the tea much of its aroma and flavor.
Vitamins: Green teas contain quite a bit of vitamin C. Two small cups of green tea contain as much vitamin C as one large glass of orange juice. Tea is also a good source of manganese, potassium, niacin, folic acid and trace amounts of Vitamins B1, B2 and K.
Weight: green tea's antioxidant EGCG stimulates the body to burn calories, notably fat. In a Swiss study, a daily dose of 270mg EGCG (the amount in 2 to 3 cups of green tea) caused men to burn 4% more energy - about 80 extra calories a day. Green tea did not increase heart rate, and the calorie burning was not due to caffeine.
For your best benefits, drink loose leaf black and green tea. Their antioxidants are equal, but green tea boasts special-acting EGCG. Bottled tea and instant tea have fewer antioxidants, research shows.
So where do you get the best loose healthy ritual tea? So glad you asked. Try Enchanted Works Ritual Teas.