Exhale is a therapeutic blend of six herbs that work to detoxify and tone the liver – dandelion root, milk thistle, nettle, peppermint, cinnamon and liquorice.
Dandelion and milk thistle stimulate the production of bile, protecting liver cells against toxic damage and restoring the integrity of the liver.
Nettle leaf aids elimination to reduce metabolic waste.
Peppermint, liquorice and cinnamon offer natural sweetness while working therapeutically to soothe and reduce inflammation in the digestive tract.
Exhale is designed to cleanse and support the whole body, restoring a sense of balance and bringing about a renewal of energy. A few delicious sips in, a long gentle exhale out.
When to drink this tea
Incorporate Exhale into your daily routine to feel the benefits of this therapeutic blend. Perfect to sip on after a big meal or enjoy as an evening tonic.
Blended in New Zealand from premium organic herbs. Contains no caffeine, gluten, dairy, sweeteners or flavourings.
Pack sizes and pricing
3 large bag sampler - $6 Three of our tea bags with tasting notes. Perfect for travelling, sampling and sharing.
15 tea temples - $19.90 Loose leaf tea is generously portioned into tea temples. Tea temples allow excellent infusion for optimum flavour and let our beautiful blends shine through as you can see the premium quality herbs. They are made of cornstarch and are commercially compostable. Perfect for busy moments or to take to work. Makes a giant cup or medium pot.
50 tea temples - $68 For serious Exhale lovers, this is a giant pack of tea temples – no fancy label, but a lot of delish tea.
Delivery is $4, or free for orders over $40.
Pre-bagged - one bag per large cup or medium teapot
Use water at 100°C
Infuse for 3–5 mins
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To read the story behind how we created Exhale, head over to our tea journal.
Find out why you should be detoxing every day nutritionist Shelley Gawith gives us the low-down in a guest post on our tea journal The Truth about Detox.