Happy Tea

Happy Tea™ Back to Life Multi-Serving Nootropic Infusion


Woke up feeling groggy, with brain fog, or hungover? Get back to reality with Happy Tea's Back To Life unique tea blend, carefully crafted to provide relief from hangovers and headaches. This delicious and soothing black tea paired with berries is made with a blend of natural ingredients known for their ability to help detoxify the body and reduce inflammation, leaving you feeling refreshed and revitalized. Contains - Black Tea Assam, Blackberry Leaves, Grape, Verbena, Elderberry, Raspberry, Blackberry, Strawberry, Blackcurrant, Redcurrant, Peppermint,Ginger, DHM (Dihydromyricetin), Chaga, Juniper, Borage, Vitamin B12 - 

Product Description

  • Fruity, Floral, And Herbal Notes, 
  • Balanced With A Strong Black Tea Base And A Touch Of Sweetness And Tartness
  • Revitalising
  • Energetic
  • 5-7 Servings Per Bag
  • Contains 28mg of caffeine


Peppermint: when we drink alcohol, it wipes out the bacteria that are important to our gut health. Because of peppermint's anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, it can decrease the symptoms caused by hangovers in our intestines by disrupting the growth of harmful bacteria and viruses in your body. Peppermint breaks into oils in our bodies, such as menthol, that help relaxes our digestive tract. Ginger: this well-known anti-inflammatory root has been used for many years as a natural remedy in the treatment of nausea and vomiting. When digested, ginger breaks into gingerols and elevates the pH in the stomach, which brings its acidity back to a normal level. This helps to reduce bloating and inflammation. DHM (Dihydromyricetin) from the Japanese raisin tree: DHM is a powerful ingredient against alcohol's effects on the body. Alcohol consumption disrupts the reception of abundant fuels important to the learning and memory systems receptors in our brain. DHM comes from a Japanese Pepper vine, which is funnily enough part of the wine family. It has mechanisms capable of numbing, protecting and withdrawing the trappings of alcohol to information receptors in our brains. This way, this component preserves the nervous system from memory loss and slower reflexes and helps with anxiety regulation. ••• Chaga: a type of mushroom that has anti-inflammatory properties and is rich in antioxidants. It can help reduce inflammation and oxidative stress, which can contribute to the development of hangovers and headaches. It's found growing on birch trees and contains one of the highest amounts of natural oxalate. This compound forms various salts and oxalic acids that will help recover crucial minerals lost through dehydration. ••• Borage flowers: a Mediterranean herb that contains high levels of nutrients like gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), an anti-inflammatory omega-6 fatty acid. GLA has been shown to reduce inflammation and help protect our bodies from fatty liver syndrome derived from alcohol. ••• Vitamin B12: alcohol consumption can deplete the body of important vitamins and minerals, including vitamin B12. This vitamin is essential for proper brain function and can help reduce fatigue and brain fog associated with hangovers. It is also used in the formation of red blood cells and DNA synthesis.
1. Prepare Your Tea Bag Prepare your Happy Teabag, (Optional Step: Add your own powdered whole fruit mushrooms to the tea bag at your desired strength) Close the tea bag tightly (or tie a knot) 2. Add To Pot And Steep Place in a pot large enough for water between 500mL and 1.5 liters. Add hot water (176-212°F) and steep for 5-10 minutes. For cold water extraction, steep overnight in the refrigerator. 3. Refill Or Save Serve and enjoy! We recommend at least 2 cups per person, and no more than two tea bags (3L) per day, per person. Add more water for another extraction or save leftover tea in the fridge for 2-3 days
1 tea bag which creates 1.5-3 liters of tea 22mg / caffeine

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