Can’t choose which delicious flavor lollipop to try? Our assortment of all six lollipops flavors is the solution. The six pack includes Amlaberry, Bing Balance, Cinnamon Shan-tea, Goodness Grapecious, Karm-Ohm-Smile, and Sarsapari-ahh.
Ingredients: Made with Non-GMO pure cane sugar, organic rice syrup, (Amlaberry Lollipop contains organic triphala tea, citric acid, organic gooseberry flavor and organic color), (Bing Balance Lollipop contains organic nettle leaf tea, citric acid, organic cherry flavor and organic color), (Cinnamon Shan-tea Lollipop contains organic cinnamon and cinnamon essential oil), (Goodness Grapecious Lollipop contains orgainic lotus tea, organic Concorde grape flavor, organic color and citric acid), (Karm-Ohm-Smile Lollipop contains organic chamomile tea and organic flavor), (Sarsapari-ahh Lollipop contains organic sarsaparilla root and organic flavor).
Cane sugar offers a host of essential nutrients and minerals that refined and white sugars do not. Things like magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, potassium, iron and B12. In addition, the process of refining introduces harmful ingredients into your body like sulfur dioxide and phosphoric acid. Cane sugar is a good source of glucose, which the body can then turn into glycogen for energy. With less calories than refined sugar, and more health benefits to boot, cane sugar is a great option for a satisfyingly sweet burst of flavor.
Gooseberry contains some powerful nourishment for your body. It helps balance the acid content of your stomach and digestive system, as well as aiding the proper absorption of nutrients from the food you eat. That’s nothing to squawk at! Triphala has been used for ages in Ayurveda to help to remove excess fats from the body and alleviate blockages. It’s helpful with digestion, great for reproductive health in both genders and has a nice boost of vitamin C.
Cherries are powerful anti-inflammatories as well as being one of the few food sources that boasts naturally occurring melatonin, which helps regulate your sleep cycle and keeps your stress hormones in check. They are also considered “brain-food” because of their ability to prevent memory loss. Nettle nourishes the body with vitamins and minerals necessary for human health and has the most chlorophyll of any herb. It boosts circulation and hair growth. Plus, it’s great for the skin!
Cinnamon is a spicy, yet sweet, nutritional friend that truly packs a “do-it-all” punch. While it would really take forever to list all the great things about cinnamon, some of its potential benefits include: stabilizing and lowering the blood sugar, lowering LDL cholesterol, acting as a powerful antibacterial and anti-fungal, and boosting cognitive function and memory.
Grapes have a lot going on in those sweet-sour juice globes and it’s anything but wrathful. Properties in grapes help relax arterial walls and keep high blood pressure at bay. They also have powerful anti-inflammatory properties and help keep free-radicals from making a home in your body. Lotus is not just your zen yoga flower anymore! In fact, it’s quite stimulating. Lotus leaves are known to speed up metabolism, and potentially help prevent the formation of fat tissue. However, don’t think that lotus is without its zen properties as well. The alkaloids in lotus leaves have sedative and antispasmodic properties for the intestines, which may aid in digestion.
Chamomile has relaxing properties to help you sleep. It’s also beneficial for treating skin problems like burns, allergies, stings, bites, bruises, and acne. If that isn’t enough for you, here is another tidbit: chamomile has been revered for ages for its ability to soothe nerves and ease anxiety.
Sarsaparilla may seem dated but it still has good for you detoxifying and anti-inflammatory properties. it also acts as a diuretic and is used to promote healthy kidney functioning.
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