I was recently contacted by Buddha’s Herbs for a review of their products. I received no other compensation.
Buddha’s Herbs is a family owned herbal supplement company committed to making quality products. They have a variety of products available including multi-vitamins and minerals, herbal teas, and herbal supplements.
From their website –
Their name and operations are motivated by the teachings of Buddha and its logo also signifies Buddha’s positive attitude towards life. When the Buddha was young, he learned the science of medicine. He became knowledgeable about the nature and cure of diseases. The Buddha’s realization of the perpetual cycle of rebirth and the stages of aging, illness, and death, enabled him to guide others to live a healthy life.
His pragmatic approach includes the insistence on proper hygiene and medicine, but more to the point, he never resorted to what might be considered “faith healing.” Instead, he offered rational, practical instruction for dealing with both physical injury and mental illness. These golden words summarizes his teachings beautifully.
“To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.
Since its inception, the management has strived to make quality its hallmark and prides itself on being able to deliver High Quality Natural Products to our consumers at the most affordable prices. All its manufacturing facilities are GMP certified and this adherence to quality has helped Buddha’s Herbs grow at phenomenal rates in a very short span of time, earning the trust and love of thousands of satisfied customers.
|See. I “picked” the tea.|
I picked the WINGS tea to try out. Green tea with ginger, cinnamon, and cardamon sounded really good!
|Wings Tea – Vintage Williams & Sonoma tea set|
It was really good! I figured the herbal benefits of the warming herbs – cinnamon, cardamon and ginger would be stimulating and favorable.
I really liked it. I like some tea but not most. I am pretty picky about the ingredients – and I liked the ingredient list.
The tea had a light cinnamon taste. Nothing too Christmas-y and nothing too spicy. It was a very nice and mellow blend.
The products available online are backed by a money back guarantee. You can even get 10% off your first purchase – details are available on the bottom left of the website. I plan on getting more products later. Starting with the Melatonin since I have such a hard time sleeping.
You can connect with Buddha’s Herbs on their website, blog, Facebook – where you can enter to win $100 gift voucher, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+.
Have you tried any of the products from Buddha’s Herbs? If not, do you see anything on the website that you would like to try?