Stress Zapper Tea

Herbal Mixes: Stress Zapper Tea, Organic

Contains Naturally Caffeine Free: Eleuthero Root, St. John's Wort, Ginko Leaf, Peppermint Leaf, Rose Hips, Stevia, Passion Flower, Ginger, Lemon Balm, Milk Thistle, Lemon Grass~

Stress Zapper tea is fantastic, cold or hot. I like it best with a little honey, and aged in the refrigerator a day or two. Put one heaping teaspoon of tea mix in a sauce pan. Add one 8oz cup of water. Heat on low until tea reaches a low boil. Cover and turn off heat. Let sit 3-5 minutes before straining.

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Stress Zapper Tea
by Anonymous on Feb 19, 2014

I cannot believe how well this stuff works. I've dealt with terrible anxiety all my life (it runs in the family, unfortunately) and I recently started drinking a big glass of this tea before bed every night, and I've been much, much more calm in general as a result. Totally amazing.

Stress buster vs stress zapper?
by Juvela Obi on Aug 5, 2013

I've been considering breaking into herbal teas for a while now, and my mom recommended a couple from this site. I'm currently waiting to see how well the Fast Asleep tea works, but I thought I'd look around to see what else there is. I'm curious, what's the difference between the Stress Buster tea and the Stress Zapper tea? Effect-wise, I mean. I'm a full time student, as well as a part time store attendant and aspiring novelist. I'm in desperate need of something to help me get through my days without breaking down several times a week, and I'm not sure what would be best.

    Re: Stress buster vs stress zapper?
    by Bulk Herb store on Aug 7, 2013

    For those who can't have caffeine, the Stress Zapper tea is caffeine free while the Stress Buster tea contains small amounts of natural caffeine. There is a slight difference in taste as well. They both work great though!

True to it's name
by Ruth Henderson on Jun 19, 2013

My husband drives a delivery route in a large city twice a week. It can be quite stressful, in addition to being a long day. Even though exhausted, it seemed to take him awhile to wind down and relax after driving all day. I started the Stress Zapper tea and he noticed the difference immediately. I just ran out, and I thought I'd try another herbal mix I had on hand.
He came home last night feeling extra stressed and tense. Even this morning, he noticed feeling more tired than usual and even his eyes are blood shot. I noticed this before he used stress zapper too. So, I'm ordering stress zapper first thing this morning!

Helps with Menopause
by Sharon on Dec 12, 2012

After looking into the herbs that would help me with hot flashes and moods I decided to try this mix. It has the herbs that I need and a price that can't be beat.....I looked!
It has helped with the hot flashes...not that they are gone but at least manageable. Maybe in time they will vanish and I will give the credit to God and this herbal mix.
Thanks again for another wonderful mix that helps our families to stay healthy or return to health.

Question : )
by Heidi on Sep 22, 2012

Can this tea itself be made into a stress/ depression tincture? I saw your depression tincture video but I can't find ginkgo in your herb selection to buy separately to make the tincture like you showed. Thank you!

    Re: Question : )
    by Bulk Herb Store on Mar 14, 2013

    Yes, you can make it into a tincture! We do carry the ginkgo. It is located under Bulk Herbs and should be in alphabetical order.

Stress Zapper Tea
by Karen on Sep 8, 2012

When I purchased this tea I didn't really expect it to help with stress, but I like to try different teas and the ingredients sounded good so I gave it a try. I honestly think it helps keep me calmer on stressful days plus it tastes great! The easiest way I've found to make it is by putting 1 tablespoon of tea in a glass measuring cup and pouring boiling water over it; cover with a plate and let steep while eating breakfast. Then pour through a strainer into a 1 quart mason jar and add water to fill to the top. Refrigerate and enjoy throughout the day. I always take some iced tea along when I have a busy shopping day and it helps energize and refresh.

My new favorite!
by Calista Smith on Jun 11, 2012

This tea is wonderful!!! My husband travels on occasion, and when he is away our little boys seem to try to frazzle my nerves beyond repair! This tea helps us ALL feel de-stressed in those times. What a blessing! The taste is fabulous, my new favorite tea. Thanks!!

I absolutely LOVE this tea!
by Veronica R. on Jan 28, 2011

I decided to try it a few months ago and I am certainly glad I did. I drink anywhere from 1-4 cups a day, it has replaced my daily coffee. I find that not only is this tea pleasant tasting, but it does help me keep my stress in check and as an added bonus my skin has improved since adding this to my diet. Thank you for your wonderful herbs.

The Zapper is wonderful!
by Kathryn G. on Jan 28, 2011


I recieved my first order of Stress Zapper Tea. Honestly, I ordered it because the Stress Buster Tea was sold out, which I usually purchase. I thought I'd try something new. Well I'm glad I did! The Zapper is wonderful! This is probably the best tasting tea I've ever had. It's so much more than just medicinal, which is why I used the Buster Tea, but this, this simply zaps stress just because it is so enjoyable and flavorful to drink. Thanks for all the wonderful teas and I hope you continue to make Stress Zapper Tea!

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