Noble Tea Blends: Vegan In Training

Noble Tea Blends: Vegan In Training


Meat isn’t the only source of protein and there are many plants that provide appropriate amounts of it to aide in the recovery of the stress that we apply to it as we train to become stronger. Our Noble blend was built around alfalfa, a plant which touts 16 – 20% protein per serving and includes the root of the marshmallow plant which helps assimilate protein absorption by the body. This herbal blend is an energetic one, providing a boost of protein, minerals & vitamins to provide vital nutrients to the body before, during & after your work out. Of course you don’t have to be a vegan to drink like one. Our blend is made for anyone wishing to keep their protein and vitamin intake in check.  

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Ingredients List:

Certified Organic/Kosher Alfalfa Leaf (Medicago sativa), Certified Organic/Kosher Marshmallow Root (Althaea officinalis), Certified Organic/Kosher Oatstraw (Avena sativa), Wild-Harvested/Certified Kosher Pau D’Arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa), Certified Organic/Kosher Peppermint Leaf (Mentha x piperita), Certified Organic/Kosher Bitter Orange Peel (Citrus x aurantium), Certified Organic/Kosher Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis)


For your best cup of tea, we start with spring or distilled water and boil it the "old-fashioned way," on our stovetop. While your water is boiling, using your tea ball: scoop one measure of your loose-leaf tea and place it into your favorite mug. Remove boiling water from stovetop and pour over your herbs until mug is full. Let leaves steep for 3 - 4 minutes. Any longer and the leaves start to turn bitter. If you prefer additional sweetener, we recommend a little coconut milk and/or agave syrup. Sip and enjoy the aromatic qualities and beneficial properties of each herb incorporated into your Noble Tea Blend. Also, please note, that herbs only used one time in a brew is not enough. You can use these herbs up to three times. Sure, the tea will get weaker with each use but there are still medicinal qualities left in those herbs.