Soothe Wellbeing Powder - Wellness Latte
Revitalising Cool in Flavour, Soothe is a Yummy Cardamon Mint Wellbeing Powder. A Naturally Delicious, Organic Wellness Latte to Nourish Relaxation Needs.
Soothe Wellness Latte Powder is an Alkaline, Cooling and Delicious Cardamon Mint, Real-Food Blend that Contains Natural and Organic Properties to Cleanse and Nourish, While Helping the Whole Body to Relax.
Organic Soothe Latte is So Delicate and So Yummy, That All Your Fitness and Wellness Conscious Friends, Will Always Be Over for a Delightful Cup!
A Calming and Ever So Nice Night Tonic, To Promote Best Rest and Relaxation.
Having a Naturally Soothing Internal Approach with Raw, Alkaline, Plant Based Nutrients Toward's Organic Wellbeing and Vitality is a Smart Move!
Organic Soothe Wellness Latte is an Instant and Raw Superfood Powder, Bursting Full of Flavour.
Enjoying a Glass of Yummy Soothe Latte or Adding it to Your Favourite Fruit Smoothie, Supports Your Best Holistic Wellbeing Goals.
Soothe is a Refreshing and Organic Approach Towards Raw Beauty and Wellness.
Handy to Have if You Get Heartburn or Simply Feel that Your Body is Running to Hot and You Naturally Need to Cool.
A Tasty Herbal Combination to Help the Body and Mind Relax, Creating a Clean Environment for Best Overall Wellbeing.
New Zealand^, Organic* Ingredients - Peppermint Leaf*, Barley Grass^, Milk Thistle Seed*, Golden Pea Protein, Coconut Crystals*, Cardamon Pod, Stevia Leaf Extract.
Serving Size - 1 Tsp (3g).
Preparation - Simply Add 1 to 1 1/2 Teaspoons to Your Favourite Warm Milk for a Delicious Latte.
Alternatively Make a Great Tasting Tea by Adding 1 to 1/2 Teaspoons to a Cup of Hot Water.
ED-I - Add 1 Tsp with Eternal Delights Real-Lax for Deeper and More Soothing Relaxation Goals. Can be Mixed with Warm Water, Mashed into a Banana or Added to Porridge.
Precautions - Use cautiously in Pregnant or Breastfeeding Women due to a lack of Sufficient Evidence to Support Safe Use of Milk Thistle. Milk tThistle has been used Historically to improveFflow of Breast Milk, and limited Study of Milk Thistle in Pregnant Women Reported a Lack of Side Effects.