Got a hangover? It’s nothing a good cup of tea can’t cure! Featuring feel-good ingredients, these six yummy teas are here to help soothe those icky morning after symptoms so you can bounce back on your feet. Now let’s show that hangover who’s boss.
What’s in it? Rooibos, sencha green tea, lemongrass, ginger, juniper berries, and ginkgo.
Why we love it: This gentle and revitalizing blend is the ultimate way to reset your system and start the day fresh.
Why it works: Green tea is jam-packed with antioxidants, which help detoxify the body. If you’re looking for a system reboot, this is it.
What’s in it? Yerba mate, green tea, ginger, quince, apple, lemon peel, orange peel, licorice root, lemongrass and white ginseng
Why we love it: This spicy, citrusy and energizing blend is there to keep us awake and alert.
Why it works: It has naturally stimulating ingredients like yerba mate and white ginseng to give you an extra boost without giving you the jitters.
What’s in it? Green rooibos, apple, papaya, peach and mango.
Why we love it: This fresh, sunny blend of tropical fruits is gentle on the tummy and never fails to boost our moral.
Why it works: Rooibos is great for hydration. And since it’s naturally caffeine-free, it also helps relax the body as well as the mind.
What’s in it? Cardamom, peppermint, ginger, Japanese-style Hojicha green tea, licorice root, fennel, clove and black pepper.
Why we love it: Deliciously sweet and invigorating. It helps us get on with the day, regardless of what happened the night before.
Why it works: This intense combination of green tea, spices and mint will lift your spirits and calms the nerves.
What’s in it? Elderberries, black currants, lemongrass, blackberry leaves and aronia berries.
Why we love it: Everyone has their own morning-after remedy. We love this delicate tea for its light and fruity taste.
Why it works: Not only is this blend full with antioxidants from the berries, it’s also super hydrating. Perfect after a wild night out.
What’s in it? Ginger, green rooibos, black pepper, white pepper and pink peppercorn.
Why we love it: When we wake up with that queasy feeling in our tummy, we reach for this spicy rooibos blend to find comfort.
Why it works: Ginger is a spice that’s been used for thousands of years to soothe upset stomachs. And this tea is full of it.