- Vegan Friendly
- Ethically Sourced
- Forest friendly
- No Parabens / Sulfates
- THC Free
- Lab Tested
- Made in UK
Soul Soother helps to nourish your body, mind, and soul with smooth and soothing ingredients. This tea blend contains 15mg of the finest full-spectrum, water-soluble, organic CBD and the finest herbals. Vegan, gluten-free, GMO-free, and soy-free.
Balance and calm
Wrap yourself in a comforting hug with this combination of spearmint, sweet, refreshing rose petals, vibrant Sencha green tea and full-spectrum water-soluble hemp-derived CBD extract.
Soul Soother is a soothing blend of natural herbal ingredients infused with 15mg of the finest water soluble full-spectrum CBD per pyramid bag. Cleanse and nourish your body, mind, and soul with smooth and soothing spearmint, sweet, restorative rose petals and vibrant Sencha green tea - wrap yourself in the refreshing, comforting hug of this soul soother. Each box contains 12 individually wrapped pyramids.
How is tea processed?
All teas get their flavour profiles thanks to the way the tea leaves are grown and processed after plucking.
The basic tea process includes several steps:
- Withering (the process allows the leaves to dry and reduce water);
- Rolling or Cutting (breaking down cells of the leaf to develop the flavour);
- Oxidisation or Fermenting (developing the taste and aroma compounds and change in colour from green to brown).
Oxidation and fermentation stage is crucial in the differences between tea types.
Oxidation is when tea enzymes react with oxygen. The longer oxidation on the tea leaves, the darker the leaves become. Fermentation happens when warmth and water activate bacteria. Little or no oxygen is present, and it results in a much darker tea. Some examples include pu-erh and kombucha.
How are different tea types processed?
Black tea gets its dark colour from a long oxidisation and fermentation process.
Black tea is manufactured in the following way: tea leaves are plucked, withered to dry the leaf out, rolled or cut, and oxidised. They are then dried, sorted, and graded.
Green tea is processed in a very similar way, but the oxidation process is halted by applying heat to the leaves. Green tea leaves become light green in colour, close to the fresh green of the Camellia Sinensis plant. After that, the leaves are rolled, dried and sorted.
White tea picking is more intricate here. You need to pick each bud carefully to avoid any bruising. The leaves are then slowly dried or baked and sorted. White tea has a sweet and delicate flavour.
Herbal infusions. Any blend containing no tea leaves from the Camellia Sinensis plant is referred to as a tisane or herbal infusion.
Does location matter?
Unique flavour profiles of different tea kinds depend on where they are grown. Tea always enjoys a warm and humid climate. However, individual tea flavours are influenced by so many other external factors such as the acidity of the soil and microclimate.
Each factor gives teas their own distinct characteristics. For example, Ceylon from Uva region will taste entirely different to the maltier Assam.
What is tea?
All teas (green, black, oolong, white, and yellow) come from the same plant – the Camellia Sinensis. They are different in taste and appearance because of the manufacturing process. There are two tea processing methods for teas: CTC (cut-tear-curl, resulting in smaller particles for teabags) and Orthodox (tea leaves are rolled by hand or machine).
Cut-tear-curl has greater surface area due to the smaller leaf size. It means a quicker brew but quite a different flavour punch.
Orthodox is ideal for pyramid bags or loose-leaf which can properly infuse and give a full-bodied, rich, and complex cup of tea.
JP’s only uses whole-leaf orthodox quality leaves in pyramid tea bags, carefully selected to ensure both the finest quality and convenience!
Tea can have many benefits on the body. These include;
- Antioxidant properties. Tea contains a group of polyphenols that possess antioxidant properties. Consuming polyphenols can help decrease the risk of chronic disease and improve your overall health.
- Can lower bad cholesterol. High-density lipoprotein (LDH) and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) are two types of lipoproteins that carry cholesterol throughout your body. Too much LDL in the body increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. Tea may help reduce LDL levels, according to several studies.
- May boost heart health. Tea contains flavonoids beneficial for heart health. Studies have found that regular tea drinking can help reduce the risk of heart disease.
- May improve gut health. The gut contains trillions of bacteria and the majority of your immune system. Polyphenols and antimicrobial properties found in tea can help improve immunity and gut health.
- May help reduce blood pressure. Drinking tea regularly is known to decrease systolic and diastolic blood pressure, but research is mixed.
What is CBD? How does it work?
CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol is one of over 100 phytocannabinoids discovered in cannabis, alongside cannabinol (CBN), cannabichromene (CBC), tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabigerol (CBG), and cannabichromene (CBC). Although cannabidiol comes from the hemp plant, which is part of the Cannabis sativa family, the compound causes very different effects to THC found abundantly in marijuana. CBD is not psychotropic, which means you do not experience any “high” sensations that you get from THC. Instead, cannabidiol has been linked to a lot of therapeutic benefits, hence its popularity in the wellness and health industry. CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system (the ECS), which regulates mind and body health, promoting homeostasis. The ECS is also crucial for critical processes including nutrient function, metabolism, immune system, memory, reproductive functions, appetite, energy storage, as well as mood, sleep, pain and stress management. Although the ECS is not yet fully understood, its dysfunction influences the progression of anxiety, stress, arthritis, fibromyalgia, inflammation, weight gain, irritable bowel syndrome, migraines, nausea, and other issues. CBD has the ability to stimulate the ECS and may help to regulate all the physiological functions mentioned above.
What are the CBD types?
Full-spectrum CBD contains all elements of the hemp plant, including up to 0.2% THC. Broad-spectrum CBD contains other components of the hemp plant but the infamous intoxicating compound, THC, has been removed completely. CBD isolate is a single compound. It is often referred to as 99% pure CBD as it doesn’t contain any other cannabinoids or compounds from the hemp plant.
In full-spectrum CBD, you have the whole range of terpenes, cannabinoids, and phytochemicals naturally occurring within the hemp plant. Broad-spectrum, as well as full-spectrum CBD, has the so-called ‘entourage effect’. This is the phenomenon where the components of cannabis, including terpenes, cannabinoids, flavonoids, and other compounds, work synergistically to enhance the therapeutic properties. In CBD isolate, all compounds like oils, chlorophyll, and plant material are removed. CBD isolate comes either in powder or crystals.
Why does organic hemp matter?
- Purity of ingredients that meet strict requirements;
- Less chance of harmful contaminants in the final product;
- No synthetic agents and pesticides. To be certified organic, hemp can’t be grown with synthetic pesticides, irradiation or any other unnatural forms of preservation, pest control, and sterilisation.
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Why We Love It
JP’s strives to include the best tasting teas in each of their speciality and CBD blends. That’s why its tea leaves have been sourced from a wide range of unique tea estates, originating from countries like Kenya, India, and Sri Lanka (Ceylon).
JP’s carefully selects teas using exclusively top quality tea leaves and organic hemp to bring you exciting blends with rich flavour profiles and aromas.
All the teas are packaged in the UK and hand-blended.
JP’s always clearly labels the grade of tea leaves which compose any of the blends so you can trust the quality.
Is JP’s packaging plastic-free?
The company combines high-quality infusions and teas with environmentally conscious plastic-free packaging. Many traditional teabags contain plastic which leaks nano plastic particles into your cup and makes them non-recyclable or biodegradable, which leads to the plastic pollution problem.
JP’s pyramid teabags are 100% biodegradable and plastic-free.
Chinese Sencha green tea, Chinese Chunmee green tea, spearmint, rose petals, natural flavouring and full-spectrum water-soluble hemp-derived CBD extract.
Chinese Sencha is high in antioxidants. It protects against free radicals which cause the type of cellular damage consistent with ageing.
Spearmint is the most anti-inflammatory of mint varieties helping balance hormones, soothe troubled skin and relieve stomach problems like bloating and abdominal pain.
Chinese Chunmee green tea is full of anti-aging antioxidants. This green tea has a light tangy sweetness and warm clean finish.
Sweet and fragrant petals of rose flowers are extremely high in antioxidants. They help ease stress and anxiety, lift moods and even soothe menstrual pain
How to Use
- Water. Use freshly boiled water to brew tea. Every time water is boiled, oxygen goes away. The evaporation of water leads to other minerals (like magnesium and calcium) in the water becoming more concentrated. If you keep re-boiling the stale water in your kettle, there will never be the optimum tasting cup of tea. You can use filtered water to eliminate limescale and other elements present in tap water.
- Temperature. Boiling water to the correct temperature specified on your tea pack can boost the benefits, aromas, and flavours. Some teas are more delicate and require a lower temperature.
- Time. Follow the recommended brewing times to give you the best flavour for every leaf type. Shorter brewing time leads to less flavour. Too long brewing may release too much caffeine & polyphenols, making it bitter.
When to drink Soul Soother
Great after lunch to promote good digestion. The gentle caffeine hit also gives you a little pick me up to avoid that post lunch mid-afternoon slump. Soul Soother is perfect if you have a sensitive stomach, are prone to IBS symptoms or suffering from period cramps.
The company’s story begins with Hanumanbux Kanoi, a keen agriculturist who helped to pioneer the technique of planting tea by hand in India. It earned him the highest civilian order, the Padma Shri. Hanumanbux Kanoi passed his passion and quest for the perfect cup through generations. His son, Jaideo Prasad (JP) inspired his granddaughter, Urvashi Agarwal, to produce a range of teas and infusions.
JP's focuses on high quality, whole leaf teas, brewed and created the way that Urvashi learnt from her grandfather. JP’s remixes tea leaves with herbs and creates a range of teas and infusions that help to bring modern life into balance.
Lab reports or certificates of analyses (COA) is a consumer tool enabling them to verify what is put in each CBD product. JP’s uses the Medic Pro laboratory to obtain a Certificate of Analysis (COA) for all their products.
JP’s provides the following information about the teas:
- THC quantity;
- CBD quantity;
- Profile of other cannabinoids.
Please, refer to the certificates available on our website.Certificate