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Tea Time

The Victress Tea from Element Tea is a hibiscus blend supporting immune health and Girls Inc. of Metro Denver



There are a lot of ways we've learned to relax and recover in times of anxiety and stress. From a hot bubble bath or yoga to meditation or cooking, we've found ways to recharge and take our minds off the trials work, family or daily life. According to the experts at Element Tea, tea, too, can transport us to bliss.

Element Tea makes loose-leaf herbal tea mixtures focused on anxiety-relief, stomach health, morning pick-me-ups and immune health. Emily Schromm, Founder and CEO of tea company, has long been passionate about the wonders of herbal tea. "I continue to be amazed the more I learn about how powerful herbs truly are, and creating teas in my kitchen for various ailments, like an upset stomach or high anxiety, became a passion of mine. It was only natural to want to share that knowledge with the world so they could fall in love with the power of herbs, too," she says.

 One Element tea that we're particularly excited about is Victress, a Vitamiun C Rich Immunity Blend

Victress is bright red in color, tangy and can be served hot or iced. It's a powerful antioxidant combination of hibiscus, rose hips, nettle, pau d’ arco, lemon balm and elderberry to boost immune system and fight any sickness, paired with a slight touch of stevia. It's perfect for keeping your immune system strong all year long. 

Steep. Sip. Mend.

Named by the young women from Girls Inc. of Metro Denver, 15% of the proceeds from Victress go directly back to helping girls of all ages be strong, smart and bold. Schromm says, "I'm so passionate about empowering young girls and women, and working with the Denver chapter to name this blend was such a special experience." Enjoy a cup of Victress tea and do some good while feeling good.

About Girls Inc. of Metro Denver
In partnership with schools, community organizations and at our center in West Colfax, Girls Inc. focuses on the development of the whole girl. She learns to value herself, take risks, and discover and develop her inherent strengths. The combination of long-lasting mentoring relationships, a pro-girl environment, and research-based programming equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers, and grow up healthy, educated, and independent.

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