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Pukka: Incredible Organic Kosher Teas

According to the Tea Association of the U.S.A. Inc., on any given day over 158 million people in America are drinking tea. If you are already an avid tea drinker why not try a tea that has won the Great Taste Awards more than once? If you are not an avid tea drinker maybe it is because you have not found the tea for you. Pukka with its large variety of teas has something that will taste good and be beneficial too!

All of Pukka teas are blended by the Sebastian Pole and herbalist and author of multiple books on Ayurvedic herbs. Grown in sustainably certified organic and kosher the Pukka team goes to the ends of the earth to bring you the best, they visit the farmer to inspect the soil, water and plants to ensure the tea you get is the best and purest  organic tea available.

Now the only left question is what teas should you try?

This is up to you, for some the best tea during Morning Time to feel Refreshed is an English Breakfast Tea. Or as the day goes on and you need to Relax and Revitalize take a break with one of the organic Three Tea Blend such as Cinnamon, Mint, Tulsi or Green. If you don’t feel like you usual Gorgeous self, try the Elderberry and Echinacea with Elderflower tea. At Night Time or After Dinner settle down for the night with a soothing Golden Chamomile Tea.

If you still can’t decide what tea to try just get the Tempt Your Taste Buds Selection Pack, or try them all. We Love them and know you will too!

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3 comments

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  2. Lung

    I try to stop drinking it in the evenings and drink water throughout the day. But, my cholesterol is known to be elevated. Can that cause me to must urinate alot, after going to bed late at night.

  3. Leah Roth

    I would be happy to help you, if you are taking medication to help your Cholesterol that could be the reason for your frequent urination. If that is the case the best thing to do would be to discuss this with your doctor.

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