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Historical Sips and Healthy Tips: Discovering the Magic of 'Drop It Like It's Hot' and 'Lady Ikisha'



Hey Best-Teas and Fellow Tea Lovers! 🌿


Today, we're taking a sip down memory lane and brewing up some health-filled goodness. Dive into the history, ingredients, and benefits of our top two herbal tea blends: the zesty "Drop It Like It's Hot" and the ever-elegant "Lady Ikisha." Let’s unravel the magic behind every sip!

1. “Drop It Like It's Hot” Herbal Tea Blend

A melody of taste and tradition!


Ingredients and Benefits:

  • Cardamom: This aromatic jewel is often touted for its potential digestive benefits. And did you know? Ancient Egyptians chewed cardamom seeds as a tooth cleaner!

  • Ginger: A zesty root known for its potential anti-inflammatory effects and support in alleviating nausea. It has historical tales of boosting digestion and fighting inflammation. Did you know that Confucius swore by ginger, consuming it with every meal?

  • Cinnamon: Apart from adding that comforting spice, it's believed to have antioxidant properties. Used as a preservative and spice in ancient Egypt, cinnamon has been connected to blood sugar regulation in modern times.

  • Mint: Not just a refresher, but historically used to soothe upset stomachs and headaches.

  • Fennel: From ancient Greece to your teacup, fennel is recognized for its potential in supporting digestive health.

  • Black and Green Tea Leaves: Rich in antioxidants, these leaves may not only support metabolism and heart health but also infuse your cup with a robust health boost and added depth.

Brewing the Elixir:

Add 1-2 tsps of this blend into a tea infuser, teapot, or disposable teabag. Heat water to

165º-185ºF and steep for 2-3 minutes. Feel free to sweeten and remember – you can

re-steep it twice! Drink and delve into health, 3-4 cups daily.


2. “Lady Ikisha” Herbal Tea Blend

Floral finesse and a touch of history!


Ingredients and Benefits:

  • Rose Petals: Floral notes to woo your senses. Known for potentially enhancing mood and relieving anxiety. It eases cold and flu symptoms and lung congestion increasing lung strength and vitality. Roses are also helpful in cases of PMS and fullness in the pelvis. Historically, Cleopatra is said to have used rose petals in her beauty regime!

  • Hibiscus: For a slightly tangy zing and that beautiful red hue. It is often referred as the "Botox Plant" because it hydrates and tightens your skin. It is loaded with Vitamin C and antioxidants. Also, it may help lower blood pressure and blood fat levels.

  • Calendula: Historically used for its potential healing properties. It may help to prevent infections and heal injuries to body tissue and is highly anti-inflammatory.

  • Rosehips: Rich in Vitamin C, these little wonders might support immune health.

  • Schisandra Berries: Believed to help in reducing stress and increasing energy. It is an antibacterial to fight infections. It is good for the kidneys and skin. It improves protein production and circulation. It protects the liver and helps the body deal with stress.

  • Chamomile: A calm inducer and perhaps a friend to the digestive system. It contains high amounts of vitamins and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin B-2, and flavonoids. It promotes rest and reduces inflammation. It is a Bronchial relaxant.

Brewing Instructions ~ The Perfect Pour:

Use 1-2 tsps for your infusion. Boil your water, steep the blend for 5 to 30 minutes, and sweeten if you like. Drink to relax and rejuvenate, 3-4 cups daily.


So, the next time you lift that cup, remember, you're not just sipping tea, but centuries of history and a bouquet of health benefits. With "Drop It Like It's Hot" and "Lady Ikisha," make every sip count. Cheers to health, history, and the joy of tea! 🍵💖



Disclaimer: The content provided in this post is intended for informational and educational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult with a qualified healthcare professional before making any changes to your health or wellness routine or trying new supplements or treatments. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Seek professional advice before using if you are under medical supervision. These teas should be in conjunction with a balance lifestyle. Pregnant women should avoid using hibiscus.

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