The Best Alkaline Tea For You

The Best Alkaline Tea For You

Hi, I'm Kolawole, a professional chef and food writer from Vancouver, Canada. My passion is providing honest insight into nature’s ability to heal, through nourishing the mind and body. 

Would you like to join me for a delicious cup of alkaline tea?


Alkaline Tea Benefits

For optimal health and wellness, it is important to consume the best teas for immune system strength. The immune system, like a soldier, is responsible for upholding the body. 

However, for an efficient immune system and optimal oxygenation of the blood, we need to keep it alkaline. Nature is alkaline, however, man-made processed foods are acidic and they inhibit the body from functioning properly.

Herbal alkaline teas provide a rapid and effective way to keep you in the ideal state of alkaline wellbeing. 


Alkaline Tea for Hydration and Health

After water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world. It is one of nature's gifts and an amazing source of hydration and nutrition. However, not all teas are made equal.

Herbal alkaline teas provide immune-boosting polyphenols and naturally healing antioxidants that nourish you on all levels. Herbal alkaline teas offer medicinal effects with little or no negative side effects. 

Meanwhile, black, green, and white tea, which comes from the Camellia sinensis plant (simply referred to as the Tea plant), is packed with antioxidants but contains caffeine and tannins.

The acidity of tea, and food in general, is complicated. Putting it simply, it’s not the acidity of the substance itself that’s important, it’s how the body processes it. Substances that artificially energize the body, like caffeine, put the body under stress, and the result is excess acidity. Tannins can also result in more acid being produced (this is why very strong tea makes your stomach feel ‘tight’ and ‘queasy’ or nauseous).


The Benefits of Herbal Alkaline Teas

Tea, by definition, is a hot drink made by infusing dried and crushed leaves or roots of tea plants in boiling water. You can also let it cool, or drink it with ice for a refreshing alkaline beverage. Over 80% of households in the world are said to have at least one variant of tea in their homes.

We have been drinking tea since the Stone Age. In fact, the use of African roots in herbal teas is a holistic form of health care that has been in existence long before modern medicine and is still widely used. Alkaline teas correct the body’s acid-base balance among other awesome benefits. Some of this goodness includes:

  1. Hydration – Teas are a great hydrating agent because their base is water. 
  2. Antioxidants – Herbal teas are packed with antioxidants that boost the immune system and protect cells from damage.
  3. Calming – From improving circulation to relieving pain and inflammation, teas have a myriad of benefits derived from the plant’s natural biochemistry. Taking a moment to slowly sip a cup of tea is also calming in itself. Never rush a cup of tea. Enjoy the moment of solace that it provides. 
  4. Soothing – some teas, like ginger, help regulate blood pressure, ease indigestion, and even relieve headaches. Typically, alkaline teas ease discomfort and support the immune system.
  5. Healing – Many herbal teas are rich in flavonoids. These compounds reduce inflammation and regulate the body in ways science is starting to explain. Specific teas have been shown to support detoxification and contribute to glowing, clear, and flawless skin.
  6. Strength – Some alkaline teas even improve bone density and muscle strength by helping to regulate metabolic hormones. They can even boost mental strength so you can think more clearly.



Alkaline Antioxidants

Antioxidants are a group of naturally occurring compounds that combat ‘free radicals’; a product of the oxidation process. Oxygen is an amazing fuel but it can also do damage to the body (like a hot spark being thrown out of a fire). 

The free radicals are unstable and seek stability by attaching themselves to a stable molecule. Unfortunately, the more free radicals there are in the body, the more harm is done.

Antioxidants come to the rescue by neutralizing the free radicals in the body. Besides tea, fresh fruits and vegetables are the next best sources of antioxidants (natural compounds that prevent cell damage and aid weight loss.)


The Best Alkaline Teas Recommended by Dr. Sebi

1. Burdock

Burdock is a plant that is native to Japan although now found and grown all over the world. Its roots, leaves, and seeds are used for medicinal purposes. For tea, burdock root is used.


  • Increases urine flow
  • Purifies the blood
  • Treats cold and fever
  • Controls blood pressure
  • Reduces Gout and Acid reflux


2.  Chamomile

Chamomile is a daisy-like plant with various species. It is an annual plant that has thin spindle-shaped roots that penetrate flatly into the soil. Chamomile tea is made out of the flower head of the plant, also called the blossom. It is a strong flavorful and relaxing scent. Dr. Sebi has amazing chamomile tea for health and stress relief.


  • Lowers blood sugar
  • Reduces cold and fever symptoms
  • Relieves pain and inflammation
  • Strengthens bones
  • Aids relaxation and sleep


3.  Elderberry

The amazing Elderberry is one of the most commonly used herbs in the world. It is made into elixirs, syrup, teas, and many more herbal preparations. The elder tree has been known for centuries for its medicinal components – the roots. leaves, berries, and bark are useful. Elderberry tea is usually made from the berries of the elder plant, you can also use the flowers to make tea.


  • Boosts immune system
  • Cleanses body system
  • Speeds up metabolism
  • Eliminates pains
  • Improve respiratory health
  • Aids healing process
  • Improves eyesight


4.  Ginger

There is no better remedy for cold in the winter than a hot cup of ginger tea. Ginger is one of the healthiest spices in the world. Ginger tea is made by putting fresh (ideally grated) ginger roots into boiling water; it's sometimes referred to as ginger water since it is fresh ginger infused in hot water. Dr. Sebi’s sour mocktail tea and ginger root tea are great recipes to try out.


  • Remedy for nausea
  • Relieves digestive conditions
  • Regulates blood glucose
  • Helps with arthritis
  • Mild laxative
  • Boosts immunity
  • Reduces inflammation


5.  Raspberry

Raspberries are small red fruits with delicate flesh texture and sweet aroma. The tea made from the leaves of raspberry is flavorful, soothing, and rich. Raspberries, and their leaves, are excellent sources of potassium which regulates blood pH and ensures nerves can send messages from your brain all the way to your toes.


  • Improves metabolism
  • Supports female reproductive health
  • Aids weight loss
  • Detoxifies the body system
  • Improves overall health
  • Relives pain of arthritis
  • Regulates blood pressure


6.  Tila

The tea brewed from the Tila plant is called Linden Tea. Linden is used across different cultures for medicinal purposes. The plant is typically grown in temperate regions of North America, Asia, and Europe. Linden is both relaxing and detoxifying and when in bloom shares an amazing scent far and wide.


  • Soothes digestion
  • Relieves high blood pressure
  • Promotes relaxation
  • Diuretic effect
  • Improves sleep quality
  • Fights pains and inflammation


Are you Ready for a Cup of Alkaline Tea?

Drinking alkaline tea provides buffering minerals that offset acidity. These remarkable brews help your body maintain optimal pH and stay healthy. When we return to our alkaline roots and take up more healing habits the result is improved mood, mental clarity, relaxation, and serenity. What more could you want from a cup of tea?

Dr. Sebi developed a range of herbal alkaline teas that are designed to nurture your mind and body towards optimal health. Which alkaline tea will you be enjoying today?

Discover Dr. Sebi’s incredible range of Alkaline Herbal Teas


Immune Support Tea

I got hit with COVID last year and this was my go to product... it literally alleviated all of my symptoms instantly! I could barely breathe and was not feeling right at all.. was hard to lay down and my chest felt heavy. I couldn’t sleep... all of this was going on about 2-3 am... once I drunk the tea, I swear it gave me life! Thank God and thank you Dr. Sebi!” - Kyudii

Cold Relief Tea

I recently had the flu and every cough med I took would not relieve me of excess mucous. I have Asthma and each time I have a cold...I end up with a lingering cough for a month. I started drinking this tea and my cough is gone. It really cleared away the excess mucous and helped my breathing. Will definitely keep as a staple!” - Tammie O

Stomach Relief Tea

With little to no help form Rx drugs, I was depressed and stress, I wouldn't eat for days and had all the Sx that comes with the above Diagnosis. After looking into alternative meds and because of his knowledge I decided to try Dr. Sebi's stomach relief tea. I tried it for one week two times daily, within that week my stomach started to feel relax, the next week my appetite came back, bathroom activities where normal and bloating stop.” - Nelly

Stress Relief Tea

The first night I took the tea, I can feel my body calming down. I felt a little funny for first couple of minutes, then next thing you know, I was out like a light. I slept good and felt refreshed in the morning. I would recommend!” - Takeesha C

Full Spectrum Hemp & Chamomile Tea

This product has to be without a doubt the best to help reduce anxiety and depression. It has helped me a lot. I highly recommend this to anyone having this issue. And because I like it so much I have just ordered the hemp capsules and suspect they will be just as beneficial. Thank you Dr. Sebi!” - Tania