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Wellbeing Nutrition redefines tea-drinking in India with revolutionary wellness teas


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Wellbeing Nutrition is revolutionizing India’s age-old passion for tea by unveiling their innovative range of premium Wellness Teas. This extraordinary collection harmoniously blends the expertise of tea craftsmanship with the principles of nutrition science, envisioning a complete transformation of the conventional tea-drinking experience into a holistic voyage encompassing both taste and wellness. Moreover, it stands as a driving force for positive change, empowering the talented tea artisans at the renowned Makaibari Estate.

Dedicated to providing products that resonate with the demands of today’s fast-paced way of life, Wellness Teas are designed for those in pursuit of a natural and effective means to improve their well-being. By harnessing the inherent qualities of nature and eschewing synthetic additives, each tea variety is the culmination of fusing age-old wisdom with modern scientific inquiry. The result is a selection that seamlessly integrates health advantages into the pure joy of savoring tea, providing both experienced tea connoisseurs and newcomers with a simple gateway to a healthier lifestyle.

“We are thrilled to introduce a tea collection that embodies our core philosophy: merging the goodness of nature with the tapestry of tea,” remarked Avnish Chhabria, Founder of Wellbeing Nutrition.

Carefully curated, this collection encompasses six distinct tea varieties, each meticulously crafted to address specific health needs. The Cleanse Adaptogenic Herbal Tea blends 22 carefully selected ingredients to synergistically support the body’s natural detoxification process. For those seeking peaceful slumber, the Sleep Adaptogenic Herbal Tea, enriched with melatonin and 13 other soothing components, promotes relaxation and a restful night’s sleep. To enhance focus and cognitive function, the Focus Adaptogenic Herbal Tea incorporates potent ingredients to invigorate the mind with each sip.

Her Care provides a solution for hormonal balance, reduced testosterone levels, and improved menstrual regularity. The collection also features two caffeine-infused options: Slim Adaptogenic Green Tea, which aids in fat burning, suppresses sweet taste receptors, and supports metabolism, and Digest Adaptogenic Green Tea, infused with heat-resistant probiotics and a blend of natural components to nurture beneficial gut bacteria.

In addition to its exceptional tea blends, Wellbeing Nutrition is dedicated to fostering empowerment and cultural enrichment. The tea leaves are carefully harvested by skilled artisans from the esteemed Makaibari estate, one of the world’s oldest tea plantations nestled amidst the Himalayan peaks. These artisans possess an innate expertise in selecting the finest leaves and buds, a craft handed down through generations, guaranteeing that each sip delivers optimal benefits. Beyond their invaluable role in tea cultivation, their aspirations and dreams are nurtured, paving the path to a brighter future. This includes ensuring access to quality education for their children, comfortable homes, and comprehensive healthcare.

“This tea collection is also a tribute to those who cultivate them. It tells a story of strength, sustainability, and the promise of a better future,” adds Avnish Chhabria.

Sustainability is a fundamental pillar of Wellbeing Nutrition’s dedication. The brand proactively takes steps to reduce its environmental footprint, notably through the eco-friendly packaging of its teas. Instead of non-biodegradable nylon tea bags, these teas are presented in biodegradable bags crafted from corn starch. Additionally, the brand remains steadfast in its commitment to transparency. Customers receive thorough information about the ingredients utilized in each blend and their distinct advantages, building trust among health-conscious consumers. With these compelling benefits, it comes as no surprise that this recent release has already garnered the interest of wellness-conscious individuals throughout India.

“The Wellness Tea collection was born through extensive research and a commitment to quality. They are more than beverages; they embody a holistic approach to wellness while celebrating the essence of tea cultures,” said Avnish Chhabria.

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