SEBASTOPOL, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Traditional Medicinals, pioneer of the wellness tea category, is reminding people that as the seasons change, it is important to continue to take care of ourselves and each other with plant and herbal education. For more than 40 years, Traditional Medicinals has ethically sourced high-quality herbs and ingredients to create over 50 carefully crafted teas with many benefits.
“Spring is often viewed as a time for rebirth, renewal and awakening,” said Amber Valenzuela, Traditional Medicinals Marketing Communications Manager and Staff Herbalist. “I like to think of spring as Mother Nature’s gentle reminder, prompting us to establish new habits to help support our skin, joints, liver, kidneys and improve overall health from life’s stresses and seasonal irritations. In the spring, I turn to health-supporting herbs such as cleaver, dandelion, burdock, nettle and meadowsweet. I am a believer in seasonal nourishing; meaning I try my best to eat, drink and heal my body with the plants and ingredients that are local and in season.”
Reset your systems. After a cold winter being cooped up inside, the warmer spring weather encourages us to get outside and get our bodies moving. Outdoor activity can help in managing the anxieties and stresses that the day brings. Incorporating EveryDay Detox Lemon, a traditional European herbal formula that includes burdock, nettle and cleavers, into daily routines can also help support the body in many ways including beautifying the skin, breaking down fats and promoting the flushing of the kidneys.*
“When in doubt, use nettle.” That’s what Traditional Medicinals Chief Formulator and Medical Herbalist David Hoffmann likes to say. Nettle is the mother of all spring tonics and is known in herbalism for its power to support the whole body as well as joint health. With more people working from home1 recently and logging longer hours sitting in front of the computer, it’s vital to keep the body from feeling stagnant. Shifting from these long days of inactivity to a more active lifestyle can be an adjustment for our bodies. Nutritive and mineralizing in nature, Nettle Leaf makes a revitalizing tea that can also help provide our joints the support they need as we get moving again.*
Revitalize your daily activities. “In the winter months people tend to be a bit more sedentary and our bodies can develop aches and pains from lack of movement. I tell people it’s important to prep our bodies for more activity in the warmer months,” said says Guido Masé, Clinical Herbalist for the brand. “One of our newest products, Hemp+Herb Joint Relief combines broad-spectrum hemp extract with meadowsweet flowers which supports a healthy response to inflammation associated with an active lifestyle.* Additionally, meadowsweet, a popular herb native throughout Europe and Western Asia is appreciated by many herbalists for its pleasant flavor. When blended with the broad-spectrum hemp extract, it creates a mildly sweet floral tea to enjoy in the morning, after a run, or even before bed.”
Traditional Medicinals teas are sold in boxes of 16 tea bags and can be found at select health food stores, on Amazon and other online retailers. To order or find a store near you, visit www.traditionalmedicinals.com.
About Traditional Medicinals
Traditional Medicinals, Inc., a California Benefit Corporation, Certified B Corporation and California Certified Green Business, is a leading seller of herbal tea in the U.S. and pioneer of the wellness tea category in the U.S. and Canada. Founded in 1974, Traditional Medicinals is an independent company that embraces sustainability, ingredient quality, and social and environmental activism. With more than 50 high quality teas specially formulated by herbalists, Traditional Medicinals is passionate about connecting people to the power of plants. For additional information, visit www.traditionalmedicinals.com.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
1 IES Working at Home Wellbeing Survey | Institute for Employment Studies (IES). Apr. 2020.