Ulatea Energy is a natural tea which will awake your desire to live, and charge you with energy throughout the whole day. Enhanced focus, improved memory, fitness and great mood – these are only a few of the effects that you will experience after drinking Ulatea Energy. Brew the tea and let it cool, put it in your favourite sports bottle, and now you can drink it before or during your workout. In the morning, instead of coffee, brew some tea for you and your friends. Grab a thermos or a mug and drink it while working together with your colleagues.
Cornflower, Centaurea cyanus, gets its name from its beautiful deep blue colour and from the centaur, Chiron, who is said in mythology to have taught us the healing power of herbs. The herb’s flowers are used to prepare stimulating and energizing tonics. Cornflower tea is helpful for flu, water retention, and digestive system problems. It has strong antiseptic and antibacterial properties, and it is used to treat eye inflammation and conjunctivitis. Cornflower effectively stimulates liver and gallbladder function.
Green tea is a truly magical detoxifying elixir. Full of countless antioxidants, vitamins, and nutrients, green tea helps in burning fat. Its antioxidant content increases metabolism rate which results in burning even more calories, even when you are not active. Green tea enhances the immune system and fights colds and flu. Numerous studies show that it protects against some forms of cancer, arthritis, and diabetes. On a neurological level, green tea fights various degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s. Contrary to popular belief, green tea helps in hydrating the body.
Hawthorn is a small tree or shrub in the rose family native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Europe, Asia, and America. The well-known hawthorn is used to make jams and beverages. However, its healing properties are more intriguing. Hawthorn berries are used in various parts of the world to improve the digestive process, to promote the health of the cardiovascular system, to enhance physical performance during high-intensity activity.
Peppermint has been used medicinally for thousands of years. It has a pleasant taste and is a popular flavouring for food and beverages. Ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks used it to assist digestion. By the eighteenth century, peppermint was widely used for medicinal purposes in Europe as well. Nowadays, its effects have already been demonstrated, and it is used to treat pain, coughs, colds, mouth and sinus inflammations, skin irritations, etc. Peppermint has a strong energizing effect and acts as a tonic.
Jasmine is a beautiful, strong-scented, flowering plant native to tropical and subtropical regions of Asia, Oceania, Australia, and Europe. Egyptian dynasties, Chinese emperors, rulers of Afghanistan, Nepal, and Persia, cultivated these beautiful flowers in their royal gardens. Aside from its beauty, jasmine is also popular for its medicinal properties. It helps increase metabolism rate and blood flow; assists digestion; helps cleanse the body by eliminating toxins, and even helps you lose weight. Moreover, jasmine is recognized as an effective aphrodisiac.
For centuries, Yerba Mate has been cultivated and used by indigenous tribes in Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Southern Brazil to prepare the beverage of the same name popular in these South American regions. There is evidence that Yerba Mate tea reduces the risk of diabetes and high blood sugar. Certain ingredients of this herb suppress appetite and thus contribute to weight loss. Yerba Mate enhances focus and stamina level, and improves the mood.
Schisandra is native to the forests of Northern China and the Russian Far East. The fruits of this tree have been used by Chinese doctors for centuries. In China it is considered as one of the 50 staple and essential local herbs. Schisandra reduces physical and mental stress, acts as a tonic, fights fatigue, and enhances stamina, coordination, and focus. Schisandra extracts are used in tonic beverages and tablets for active athletes and for people performing activities associated with high mental stress.
Ginkgo is truly an ancient tree – it has been existing in its current form for over 270 million years, and its relation to other plant families is uncertain. Due to the slow evolution of all members of the Ginkgoaceae family, ginkgo biloba is the only surviving species, but its endurance is proverbial (several ginkgo trees were some of the few living organisms that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima). Nowadays, in its natural habitat, ginkgo biloba trees can be found only in the wild forests of China, but it is widely cultivated across the globe due to the variety of health benefits. For hundreds of years, ginkgo has been used in Chinese medicine to fight various diseases. Today, it is mainly used because it has been demonstrated that it improves blood circulation, increases blood flow to the brain, and acts a strong antioxidant.
The stinging nettle is a perennial plant native to Europe, Asia, North Africa, and North America. Its benefits are well-known, and it is used in traditional infusions, ointments, and foods throughout the world. Nettle is extremely rich in proteins and has a high iron content and therefore, it is strongly recommended for people whose daily living is associated with high physical activity. It provides energy, improves potency, enhances the immune system, helps in case of water retention, and has anti-inflammatory properties.
Rose hip is a shrub native to Europe, North Africa, and Asia. It has been used by Greeks, Persians, and Romans to make various medicinal products since antiquity. Due to its strong antioxidant qualities and small red fruits it was included in the British Pharmacopoeia in the 1930s. Today, it is known that rose hip is extremely useful for water retention problems, it lowers cholesterol and blood sugar levels, tightens the capillaries, and increases efficiency.
Siberian ginseng is a medicinal herb used in traditional Chinese medicine to enhance stamina. This plant is known for its favourable effect on the cardiovascular system, as well as the potential to boost fitness and mood. However, the most beneficial quality of Siberian ginseng is probably the fact that it is an adaptogen, i.e. helps the human body adapt to all types of stress, such as external (e.g. related to the environment) and internal (e.g. illness).
Tribulus Terrestris is a widespread annual plant which grows almost everywhere. Because it is so common, many people perceive it as a weed. But these people are not familiar with its beneficial effects on the human body. This herb acts as a tonic, increases physical strength, and promotes muscle growth. Tribulus Terrestris stimulates the reproductive system, enhances potency in men and increases sexual desire in women.
Guarana can easily be called “an athlete’s best friend”. This plant is native to the Amazon rainforest and is a creeping evergreen shrub. Guarana seeds contain twice as much caffeine as coffee beans, and therefore are used as an effective stimulant. In fact, laboratory tests on humans indicate that 75 mg dry extract of this plant can improve concentration and performance when solving specific tasks for whole six hours. In addition to fighting fatigue, guarana is also helpful in reducing excess weight.