Is Eloments natural?
Absolutely. The vitamins and minerals contained in Eloments are 100% natural. They are extracted from fruits, vegetables and other botanicals using a water extraction method.
How do I know the vitamins and minerals are in the tea bags?
The nutrients in Eloments are standardised, which means that for every gram of nutrients we put in, there is guaranteed to be a certain amount of the nutrients present. We also put over the stated amount into our blends to make sure there is over and above the level quoted on the pack. Then we test each batch in an independent lab. See our Science page for more info.
Do Eloments tea bags contain plastic?
Heck no! We make sure we source tea bag paper that is completely free of polyproplene plastic (or any kind of plastic, for that matter).
Are your teas free of things like gluten and dairy?
Our teas are gluten, dairy, GMO, nut, soy and sugar free.
Are your teas vegan?
Eloments is 100% vegan. This is actually not a silly question, as although you would assume tea would be vegan, some teas (because of the flavours they add) are not vegan.
Does boiling water effect the vitamins in Eloments?
Great questions! Independent lab testing shows that steeping the vitamins in boiling water actually extracts more of the nutrients, that's why we recommend brewing your tea for a minimum of 3 minutes, but preferably 5 minutes. You can read more about it on our Science page.
Where can I buy Eloments from?
Go to our Store Locator page to check stores around the world!
Is there any sugar in your tea?
How come there are no vitamins listed in your ingredients?
Because we are not adding vitamins (such as when synthetic vitamins are added to foods), we are adding herb, fruit and other botanical extracts which are standardised to contain a certain amount of a vitamin(s) or mineral(s) per gram. See our Science page for more info.
What does standardisation mean?
Standardised means that each gram of product has the same amount of nutrient(s) in it. See our Science page for more info.
Is all your packaging recycle?
Not quite, all of the packaging is plastic free except the envelope the tea bags come in (which has 20% plastic). We are working on this however and are hoping to start using a new wrapper that is plastic free early next year.