Hawaii Mom Blog: Tea Chest Hawaii Brews Up New Line of Wellness Collection Teas




June 3, 2021

Tea Chest Hawaii Brews Up New Line of Wellness Collection Teas

Known for their quali-tea and expertise producing Hawaii-grown teas, Tea Chest Hawaii recently turned a new leaf, introducing new teas specifically designed to protect and sustain the mind and body in response to its growing base of health-conscious customers. MANA, ‘OLENA, and NANEA contain organic and Hawaii-sourced ingredients known to support immunity, soothe inflammation, and alleviate stress and anxiety. These three teas join the company’s Wellness Collection – a featured category – and are available for purchase online atwww.teachest.com.  

“With the pandemic, this past year has been a dark time for many of us, and I know from personal experience that many of us are looking for better ways to take care of ourselves,” said Tea Chest Hawaii’s CEO, Byron Goo. “Our hope is that our customers will see these teas as the perfect accompaniment to their daily wellness ritual — or provide inspiration to create one. Tea encourages us to slow down and talk-story, which all helped me process and overcome my own anxiety during this pandemic.”

Each tea offers a unique blend of ingredients, featuring Hawaii-grown adaptogens traditionally used for their medicinal properties:
  • MANA is a moderately caffeinated tea that contains plant-based nutrients to help boost resilience and maintain immune fitness. It features organic ingredients like cinnamon, black tea, hibiscus, peppermint, and spearmint. These ingredients are high in antioxidants with high Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) values and other beneficial phytonutrients.
  • ‘OLENA is a caffeine-free, turmeric-based herbal tea that helps combat inflammation. The earthy flavor is enhanced by the subtle heat from organic ginger and black pepper, which aid in the absorption of curcumin – the beneficial antioxidant and anti-inflammatory component of turmeric. Organic lemongrass is also added to create a bright, fragrant touch.
  • NANEA, which means “tranquility” in Hawaiian, was developed to help improve mental well-being and promote a feeling of calmness. It combines fragrant chamomile with organic herbal ingredients – from the Ayurvedic tradition that are associated with alleviating stress, fatigue, and anxiety – such as ashwagandha, cinnamon and lemongrass.

MANA, ‘OLENA, and NANEA all feature two locally-sourced ingredients: moringa and māmaki. Moringa leaves are known as a nutritious superfood, containing seven times more vitamin C than oranges and 15 times more potassium than bananas. Māmaki is a traditional Hawaiian medicinal plant that is high in polyphenol antioxidants and can help to regulate blood pressure and cholesterol.

All teas can be served hot, iced and cold-brewed. Each package of tea is priced at $7.95 and contains 20 individual eco-friendly, plastic- and staple-free tea bags. Tea Chest Hawaii products are available at local retailers and online at www.teachest.com. Orders can be shipped to all 50 states and select international destinations. Additionally, pickup at Tea Chest Hawaii’s Honolulu warehouse is offered Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
For more information on Tea Chest Hawaii, visitwww.teachest.com. Also, follow the Tea Chest Hawaii on Facebook at www.facebook.com/teachesthawaii, and on Instagram atwww.instagram.com/teachesthawaii.

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