What is a Natural Beverage?
As the name might suggest, a natural beverage, unlike its synthetic or inorganic counterpart, is a type of drink that doesn’t include preservatives, added sugar, or flavourings. Instead, these types of tea experiences are wholesome, rely on organic flavours present within the tea and boast a wide variety of vitamins and minerals to those drinking them. They can still be added to of course (such as by using milk, sugar, or stevia), but they are best enjoyed as naturally as possible.
Are There Any Benefits?
Certainly! In fact, natural beverages are well-known for the volume of vitamins that they provide, as well as a little bit of caffeine for energy – making them ideal for those that want to avoid coffee, but still need a caffeine kick in the morning. These beverages aren’t just healthy however, they are also a great way to relax and unwind.
Studies have shown that due to the scent of the tea, whether boiled or brewed cold, the potential to relax is enhanced and this is why so many people are turning to them. While a hot coffee might help with energy and focus, too much caffeine has been proven to encourage anxiety over time. Naturally brewed beverages on the other hand don’t pose the same concerns – and with the calming smell and subtle flavours, it is almost like sitting down with some incense in a cup to really help you to unwind.
Are Natural Beverages Safe?
Yes – or most of them are. For millennia, people have been brewing natural tea and leaves from other plants and as long as they are branded and supplied by a reputable manufacturer, you can rest assured that they will be as healthy as possible. Furthermore, these types of teas are often air dried at the source, or at the very least organically picked and then transported in a secure environment, meaning that each dried component is free from contamination – or as close as possible.
Natural beverages aren’t just a great way to start the day, they also come in a wide variety of styles and types. From your everyday tea bag that’s ideal for instant brewing, right through to loose tea that can be placed in a small device; steeped into cold or hot water and then enjoyed whatever the time of day might be. There is a wide range of flavours, allowing you to choose one (or 7) that you like, and then make a point of offering it to guests or keeping it for yourself because if we’re entirely honest, some teas are much better enjoyed alone and in the comfort of your own home.