Gumbi Gumbi Leaf Tea
Gumbi Gumbi Leaf Tea
(100% pure Pittosporum Angustifolium Leaves)
A Traditional Bush-Tucker that the Aborigines have used for Thousands of years, it is used to support General Health and Wellbeing. Gumbi Gumbi is simple, natural, and affordable, it is Traditional Bush-Tucker for you
Gumbi Gumbi really is pure, simple wholesomeness
Make ‘Gumbi Gumbi’ part of your daily Health Routine
Your Health IS Important!
We supply whole leaves so that you can use whole or crush as required your choice and thus retain the maximum goodness
Those who enjoy the caffeinated lift that comes from drinking traditional coffees and teas you may tend to overlook the benefits of drinking herbal infusions.
- Edible wild plants /Gumbi Gumbi Pittosporum Angustifolium pure wholesomeness
Love, Gumbi Gumbi leaves/ (100% pure Pittosporum Angustifolium )**
** Australian botanical wild harvested
Love is that special ingredient
Store in a cool, dry place.
Important Factors for the Perfect Cup of Gumbi Leaf Tea
- Your water needs to be HOT… as in, you just boiled it.
- You need to cover your tea while it steeps.
- You need to let it steep for the proper amount of time. Most teas steep anywhere from 3 – 15 minutes. The longer it steeps the more bitter it may taste.
How To Make The Perfect Cup
- a teacup
- 100% natural honey
Once you’ve got your supplies handy, it’s time to get started.
Step 1: Boil Some Water
It doesn’t matter if you use a tea kettle to boil your water or if you boil it in a saucepan on the stove top. The tea kettle makes quick work of it, but either will do.
The goal here is to boil the water so that it’s so hot that it quickly and easily infuses into the herbs and works to pull out the properties of the herbs… as well as the vitamins and minerals too!
Step 2: Place Herbs In Tea Strainer
Now I personally like using loose leaf teas. I think it’s so much easier, and I know my Leaf Tea is fresh and haven’t been in a box for a year already. Anyway, put the required amount of Gumbi Leaf Tea into your strainer or your teacup
Step 3 – 4: Pour Hot Water
Super simple. Pour your just boiled water into your cup so that your leaves are submerged in the hot water.
Step 5 – 6: Steep Your Tea
Cover your teacup with another bowl or plate so that the steam doesn’t escape. This helps the essential oils that are in the herb not to evaporate out of your herbal tea with its steam. Yes… there are essential oils in your tea. Not enough to harm your body, but they’re a part of the plant so they need to stay in your tea so that everything works together like it was meant to. After you’re done steeping your tea, you can sometimes see the oil-like film floating in patches on the top of your tea… it’s so cool!
Steep times will vary approx 10 minutes of steeping is perfect, sometimes you even need to simmer these on the stove in a saucepan over low heat.
Step 7: Strain Your Tea
If you used a tea bag, just squeeze the excess water out of your tea and compost your bag… or make another cup with it since you can usually get two or more cups of tea out of one bag. If you used a tea strainer, just take it out of your cup and compost the tea in it, or as I said use it again.
Step 8: Sweeten Your Tea
This is it… the last step. Sweeten your tea if you’d like with whatever sweetener you prefer. I love using 100% natural honey & dash of lemon. Just a little is needed. Gumbi Gumbi has a very powerfully strong flavour all on its own. You can even use herbal honey if you have some of that made which will give your tea a double whammy!
So basically, this is it for making a perfect cup of herbal Gumbi Leaf tea all in 8 simple steps.
Now here’s what I want you to do.
Gather up your supplies and enjoy your Gumbi Leaf Tea
You’ll learn it better, and it will cement it in your mind when you teach it to someone else. Plus, it’s fun, and it’s a great way to teach others about slowing down and living a bit healthier… especially if you can teach them 1-2 things about the Leaf Tea they’re using too!
Happy tea making to you!!
Whilst our Gumbi Gumbi/Leaf Tea is created for all, If a reaction develops, seek medical advice.