Did you know that every food you put in or on your body is a opportunity to heal (or hurt) it? And what if I told you that you could promote weight loss, fat burning, or help yourself detox and relax with those same foods? And yes, these amazingly delcious Oola teas can help!
I believe it is possible to achieve an ideal weight, have energy, sleep well, and concentrate. And the foods we use to fuel are bodies help all of those things. Teas are just one of the many ways nature provides us with an opportunity to better our bodies after every meal.
Full leaf, organic teas have long since been known to be rich in antioxidants. But more and more research suggests that certain herbs and spices can help build our immunity, make us sleep easier, and even aid in losing weight.
Although none of the statements I just mentioned in regards to Oola Teas have been evaluated by the FDA, I think teas are a worthy addition to any healthy diet. And with the variety of teas available with Oola, I think even the pickiest tea connoisseur will find something they enjoy.
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Benefits of Drinking Oola Tea
What makes Oola tea unique is that each one is specifically designed to be infused with essential oils. Specifically, Young Living’s vitality line, which you can get here.
I’ve been a Young Living ambassador for about two years now, and oils are amazing for promoting feelings of calm (think Lavender), adding extra flavor to foods (like Lemon Vitality), and even for cleaning (thank you, Thieves!). But the fact that Young Living’s Seed to Seal promise ensures that their vitality line is more than a flavorful, healthy addition to foods, it’s safe, makes me feel good.
Young Living uses only the highest quality oils and they’re the ONLY company I trust when it comes to ingesting oils. And their vitality line with the white label makes it easy to distinguish which oils are good for you to consume. My favorite oils to add to dishes are Lavender Vitality (which I wrote about in this Lavender Chicken recipe here), Thieves (which goes great in ), and Lemon Vitality (which goes great in just about everything- even water).
All Oola teas are also organic- so no pesticides, no poison, no worries!
Dragon clove from Oola tea is my absolute favorite. And in addition to being just the right amount of sweet and slightly tart, it’s said to increase fat burning. Delicious and nutritious equals a double win, right? And I love the small bits of apple in this one. It smells delicious!
This organic green tea is a natural anti inflammatory. And it’s also said to promote healthy digestion.
This tea is best served with a clove based oil, like Thieves, which you can get here. But it’s also excellent by itself.
Or feel the burn with Mint Fusion Oola tea. This is one I’ve yet to try, but am hoping to buy in the next month or so because this organic black tea is said to help with weight loss. Hello New Year’s resolutions!
With the taste of peppermint, this Oola tea calls for the addition of Black Pepper Vitality (found here) to give it extra spice (literally).
Add 2-3 drops of Grapefruit Vitality to enhance this Oolong.
Sweet, sweet cinnamon chai. This oola tea is divine, but then I’m a lover of all things cinnamon.
Said to strengthen immunity and reduce bloating, this is one of my go-to teas.
And if you’d like to infuse it with a little bit of Young Living Cardamom Vitality, you can get that here.
Uplift your mood with lemon and lavender in Oola Tea Unwind. Perfect for relaxation.
I’d compared this tea to Yogi’s Honey Lavender yesterday, which you can read about here, but between these two, Unwind wins.
Lemon Vitality makes the citrus hint stand out. But lavender is always lovely at day’s end.
Berry brulee, yum! Even the name of this flavor by Oola tea brings to mind images of a yummy dessert. And this organic black tea is said to improve cardiovascular endurance, so take it before a work out.
Add Copaiba Vitality to give it a woodsy boost of flavor. And with a 5/5 caffeine rating, no need for coffee if you’re drinking berry brulee.
Oola tea also makes tea on the opposite end of the caffeine spectrum, like their Sleep Blend. Said to help improve sleep and decrease tension. It’s a citrus chamomile blend.
I personally am not a fan of chamomile, but I do tend to take teas like this blend in the evening when I don’t need a dose of caffeine. And I’d sooner reach for Sleep than decaf coffee. It’s caffeine free, and with a drop of Lemongrass Vitality, the citrus hints are enhanced for those that like the slightly grass like taste of chamomile.
Back to a 5/5 caffeine rating with Peppermint Rush, this gives a natural energy boost and is said to improve metabolism.
This organic black tea blend is said to go well with added peppermint taste in the form of Peppermint Vitality essential oil, and yes, it tastes like a peppermint patty. The back of the package accurately suggests you close your eyes and enjoy the rush. Peppermint rush.
Ginger Pineapple crush. If you love the spicy tangy flavor of ginger, then this tea is for you.
Said to suppress appetite and regulate blood sugar. I’ll admit I take this one for the health benefits, but not because the flavor itself is my favorite. Bromeline from pineapple and the ginger are what really bring out the benefits in this blend, and for those that love ginger, it’s great. I just personally do not favor ginger myself. Mostly because I spent one entire pregnancy fighting off morning sickness and ginger is said to help with nausea. It helped, sure, but it’s turned me away from ever wanting to eat it again, haha.
Best enhanced with Lemon Vitality to give is a citrus hint. And it’s only a 2/5 in caffeine, so good to take even up until the early afternoon.
10 Amazing Teas to Promote Good Health That are also Oola
I listed 10 amazing teas above, all with incredible benefits to promote good health. But they are not the only Oola All Starts. Oola also makes several other flavors, I didn’t mention above. Like Vitality, their Cinnamon Vanilla Fusion tea.
Or Earl Grey, for the British tea lovers. Perfect as a breakfast blend.
And how about Sunrise? Full of flavor and caffeine to get your morning started right. Ginger peach black tea. Yum!
Overall Review of Oola Teas
Honestly, I love Oola Teas. I think I’ve mentioned that before. And although I’m not a fan of some of the individual flavors like ginger and chamomile, I do love the health benefits they offer like reduced bloating, regulated blood sugar, and yes, the occasional caffeine rush that’s naturally occurring.
Taste wise, my favorites are Unwind with Lemon Lavender, Detox with Dragon Clove, and Peppermint Rush. And they’re great by themselves, but I would highly recommend purchasing the Vitality oils that are recommended on the package (Young Living brand).
And they’re all organic. No pesticides means no worries. And I’ve tried several brands of teas through the years. Of all of them, the Oola brand would be my top choice next to Teavana (which I’ll have to do a review on soon).
Which one of the above flavors have you tried or do you think you would like most? Peppermint? Ginger Pineapple? Or another? Comment below.
And by the way, Oola offers a LOT of other flavors. A lot. I only high lighted a sample. Check them out and again, comment below as to your favorite. I’d love to hear from you.