I was addicted to Gatorade, juices, etc. I needed something with just enough tang to help me get off all that crap and Curr Berr is IT for me. A tiny spritz of lemon gives it that sodium-y flavor and no added sugar or sweetener. I drink 30-60oz a day or more. Half the price of those fancy teas at the mall, and organic to boot. Plus being able to store the brewed herbs in the fridge and reuse is really great when you drink as much as I do. Getting off sugar with an added detox boost, I’ll take it!
I love a strong cup of fruity tea and this met my craving perfectly. You dont need a large amount to get a great cup of tea either. I even steeped them a few times!
THe product is second to none but the customers service and philosophy make me a lifetime customer. Personalized note and ethically based company! I will not purchase my tea elsewhere!
Love the Wild tea #6 curr berr
my exclusive beverage - warm, hot, however!
This is by far the most flavorful fruit tea I have tasted. Most others are too tart for my liking. This one has the perfect balance, and satisfies my sweet tooth when paired with a little Wild Leaf Stevia Leaf.
Red currants have four times more Vitamin C than oranges do! They also have calcium, iron, fiber, and protein.
While you may think of cranberries helping with a urinary tract infection, that's not the only thing they're great at. Cranberries are packed with nutrients which help your body ward off all kinds of infections and boost overall health!
Elderberries are antioxidant-rich and loaded with Vitamin C. The chemicals found in them may help diminish swelling in mucous membranes like sinuses and help relieve nasal congestion.
Historical reference to elderberries: An American sailor, back in 1899, discovered that a cheap port wine colored with elderberries relieved his arthritis. This may have been the basis for experimentation on the healing properties of elderberry.
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Wild Tea Curr Berr FAQ's
It is a natural flavor made from fruit and essential oils.
Herbal teas are caffeine-free. These include all rooibos teas, spearmint, peppermint, hibiscus, lemon balm, and most herbal teas using whole ingredients.
Green tea contains about 40mg per 6oz cup.
Guayusa tea contains about 66mg per 8oz cup.
Yerba Mate tea contains about 30-55mg per 8oz cup.
We recommend about 3g of tea per 6oz cup of tea. For most teas, 3g equals a heaping teaspoon. There are 28g in one ounce, so there are ~9 cups of tea per ounce if using the leaves only once.
Of course, we recommend 2-4 infusions on average depending on the type of tea.
In this case, multiply 7 X total ounces X number of infusions to get total cups of tea per purchase.
As long as you keep it sealed and stored in dark cabinet, it will last for at least a year in container.
Use a kettle to boil water and a teapot to brew and serve tea.