Licorice Super Booster Tea Review - ATP Science
A MAK Honest Review of Licorice Super Booster Tea
Supplement Type: Health
ATP Science have done it again, releasing yet another unbeatable supplement. The idea of Licorice Super Booster Tea came about after the ATP Science team, in one of their infamous podcasts, chatted about different types of tea, and which kinds are most beneficial for your body and your inner systems. Then, by popular demand, the Licorice Super Booster Tea came about.
Licorice Super Booster Tea is a blend of the best. All the nutrients that the ATP Science research team, in all their thorough studies, found to be most proven, most beneficial, and the best at boosting immunity and relaxation, have been formulated into Licorice Super Booster Tea. But not just that, they’ve been formulated into Licorice Super Booster Tea as an instantized powder. This means, that not only are you getting the best nutrients, but you’re getting them in the best concentrations and most reliable dosages too.
Plus of course, comes just how YUMMY Licorice Super Booster Tea is! Hot or cold, its sweet and refreshing. Not only does it hug your insides with immune support and wellness, but with warmth and comfort too.
- Contains absolutely no sugar
- Contains Reishi Mushroom
- Contains Rosella
- Contains Maltodextrin
- Contains Licorice Root
- Instantized for maximum consistency of nutrients
- Can be taken cold or hot
- Boosts immunity
- Super comforting & relaxing: just like a hug in a mug!
Licorice Super Booster Tea Ingredients
Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum also known as Lingzhi)
Rosella flower (Hibiscus sabdarifa)
Cinnamon Bark (Cinnamomum zeylanicum, also known as Ceylon cinnamon or “true cinnamon”)
Licorice Super Booster Tea is available in just the one incredible flavour - that is, Licorice!
However, if you are a tea connoisseur or easily bored, and want to take the flavour game of your Licorice Super Booster Tea to the next level try the following!:
- A lot of the flavour and aromatics of herbs and spices can be lost through excessive heat. Some people are super tasters, others are not. To maximise the flavour profile of the tea, use water heated to 80-90 degrees Celsius and not actually to boiling point; or add a small amount of cold or room temperature water to the powdered tea before adding the boiled water.
- Make as an iced tea. Add to cold water, stir thoroughly and add ice and a slice of lemon.