Review: Yogi Tea Meditative Time

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Thumbs up!"A very good herbal blend, with sage being the primary flavor... well blended overall, and in convenient tea-bags."
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Yogi Tea is one of the best, if not the best, company specializing in teabags in a variety of teas based on the theme of mind, body, and spirit. They also sell a nice variety of green teas. Their website is nice, well organized, and features a pretty nice list of all the ingredients in their teas along with descriptions and information.

A tea I tried today was the Meditative Time tea which is described thusly on their website: “Expand your mind and refresh your spirit with our fragrant Meditative Time. To create this blissful blend, we begin with helichrysum and shank pushpi, which help support cognitive functions, memory and perception. We then add aromatic sage and lavender to elevate your mood and nurture your creativity. The sophisticated taste of this one-of-a-kind tea will bring you to a state of pure relaxation and tranquility. So treat yourself to some inner peace and find a clear outlook in a cup of this beneficial blend.”

As soon as I took the bag out of the wrapper I knew I was in for another SpecialTeas After Dark Herbal Melange style tea. This is almost the exact same flavor you would find in a number of different teas. I put one teabag in about 16 oz. of boiling water and just let it hang out in there for awhile. I didn't really time it but I would say it was about 8 minutes. This is something that won't get bitter with long infusions as it is an herbal tea. The sage really came through in the flavor and like most of these kinds of teas your really not going to taste all the ingredients, it's just impossible... I mean look at this list of ingredients...

“Organic Sage, Organic English Lavender Flower, Natural Boysenberry Flavor, Organic Nettle Leaf, Organic Skullcap Leaf, Chrysanthemum Flower, Organic Blackberry Leaf, Organic Gotu Kola, Organic Helichrysum, Shank Pushpi, Organic Lemon Myrtle, Stevia Leaf, Organic Lavender Flavor.”

Of course I'm sure a lot of those ingredients are in there for the health benefits they might possess. Overall a really nice tea with good flavor and very convenient being in a teabag form. This also seems to be one of their newer products so be on the lookout for it!

— To purchase Yogi Tea Meditative Time, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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5 Responses to “Review: Yogi Tea Meditative Time”

  1. jim Says:

    Great herbal tea, copped a buzz from it – really! Must be the skullcap & sage? Besides that, tastes great too.

    Been drinking this for a few weeks now, very ‘relaxing’ i like it a lot.

  2. Merton Says:

    I didn’t cop a buzz, but I do feel like the tea makes me mentally sharper except without the tension of caffeine. I just wondered if it was all in my head, or if anyone else felt the tea’s medicinal properties?

  3. Dan Says:

    I felt a little bit of a buzz or something. a calming buzz though…

    Great flavor and very relaxing…

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  5. Kris Says:

    I also felt buzzed in a calming way, like I was on pain pills. Interesting. Definitely calmed my nerves and mind. Will buy again.

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