By LEAH LEWIS
I love tea!
Don’t get me wrong, I can’t start my day with out my BlackCoffee caffeine fix, but I’m good with one or two cups.
Tea, on the other hand, I can drink all day! Hot or iced, unsweetened is a must. I like a flavorful tea that I don’t need to be doctored up. I can’t stand it out of a bottle or a can.
I brew it in my kitchen and in the summer there is usually a repurposed pickle jar soaking up the suns rays to make sun tea. If you read my last blog about Body Basics and stopped by Selena’s charming shop recently, you may have been offered a spot of tea while you browsed and sampled. Most likely it was a delicious, fragrant, healthy cup of BijaBody tea.
BijaBody tea is not only simply delicious, but so amazingly beneficial for you. It’s so simple: Energy, digestion, antioxidants all key components of feeling good and in turn looking good from the inside out. It’s an ancient remedy for good reason: Because it works.
Melissa Picoli, the founder of BijaBody Tea, will certainly inspire you to drink gallons of her daily and nightly beauty teas. She’s gorgeous, and so down-to-earth!
Melissa chose to live in Missoula and start her Bijabody company because like most of us she truly loves the lifestyle. When she’s not making the world a more beautiful place, you’ll probably find her floating the river!
Not only is Melissa so open to sharing health and beauty benefits with all women, her company funds global programs to directly help impoverished women through the social venture RootedinBeauty.
Stop by the Good Food Store, Body Basics, Rockin’ Rudy’s, or one of the dozens of shops in Montana (and across the west) to try your new favorite drink or one of her amazing body care products.
Check out more of the Maiden’s favorite made-in-Missoula schwag and hometown services: The Art of Good Food, Jax Hats, and Made In Missoula Wedding Gifts. Got a Missoula-made product or service for Leah to review? Let her know in the comments.
Leah Lewis is living the dream on Missoula’s Northside with her handsome and handy husband Mark, daughters Zoe and Mila, two dogs, and a cat. She enjoys making things on her sewing machine, with her knitting needles, and in her kitchen. You can listen to her play today’s pop music every day on U104.5 FM, or listen to her podcast about hundred or more year old pop music on her classical music podcast with Darko Butorac from the Missoula Symphony. You might catch Leah and her family relaxing in their backyard, cheering on the Missoula Osprey, or rooting for the Lady Griz on any given weekend.