Urobalance pH+

Health Tea

Our Urobalance pH+: a base-building tea blend with horsetail, meadowsweet, green oats, rosehip, balm, blueberries and yarrow. Hand-selected herbs: wild-grown as well as from pesticide-free cultivation on traditional, regional farms. Carefully formulated for optimal effect. High content of valuable plant compounds. 50g
  • Special tea blend to support pH balance
  • pH+ (alkaline) for base-building
  • Carefully formulated for optimal effect
  • Hand-selected herbs from top farms
  • From traditional, regional tea farms
  • High content of valuable plant compounds


Character Very vegetal, subtly mineral, herbal, creamy, notes of root and wood mixed with berry
Ingredients Horsetail, blueberries, green oats, rosehip, meadowsweet, balm, yarrow.
Origin Select farms in Italy (Tuscany), Austria (alpine foothills), and Argentina
Drying Gently air-dried
Organic Cert. Cultivated without artificial fertiliser or pesticides
Packaging 100% biodegradable and compostable (starch, cellulose, paper).

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Tea Farm

All our herbs are sourced from select traditional farms of which some have long family traditions. These small farms are all located in natural areas shielded from pollution and other contaminants. Our partner farms in Tuscany, Italy, are furthermore regional pioneers in sustainable cultivation. Our orthosiphon leaves are sourced directly from their place of origin, namely Indonesia, where they grow under optimal conditions. Other herbs sourced from the alpine foothills of Austria also benefit from the conditions of their natural habitat.



Very vegetal, mineral taste, notes of herbs and roots, sweet overtones of fruits and berries


Clear, dark amber



Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) is water-expelling and has long been used as a natural remedy for supporting the urinary tract. This plant is rich in silicic acid, potassium salts, flavonoids, saponins, phenolic acids, alkaloids, essential oils, phytosterols, and triterpene acids.


On account of their high density of nutrients and plant compounds, blueberries are considered an absolute superfood. Their nutritional value is also high even when consumed as a tea. The compounds inside blueberries include catechins, tannins, flavonoids and anthocyanin glycosides, which all synergistically support one another.

Green Oats

Green oat tea is made from underripe oats that are harvested before peak bloom. Green oats are very alkaline and contain numerous effective phytochemicals including flavonoids and saponins, as well as minerals and trace elements.


Rosehips are the red pseudo-fruits of wild-growing roses that have been used as a traditional medicinal herb for centuries. Rosehip shells are rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, flavonoids, carotenoids (lycopene), and tannins.


Meadowsweet is native to Europe and North America, and grows on moist meadows and stream banks. The Germanic peoples of Europe valued this plant as a medicinal herb some 2,000 years ago. Meadowsweet contains the phenolglycosides salicylaldehyde and methyl salicylate. Salicylaldehyde is converted to salicylic acid in the liver, and the effects of this acids are supported by other compounds in meadowsweet such as flavonoids and tannins.


Balm is originally from Southern Europe, but due to its popularity as a medicinal herb it is now grown all over Europe. Nearly all cloister gardens in the Middle Ages cultivated balm as an indispensable herb. Balm leaves contain essential oil consisting of citral, geranial, neral, and citronellal. Other compounds within the plant include flavonoids, bitter substances, triterpene acids, beta-caryophyllene, and tannins such as rosmarinic acid and caffeic acid.


Yarrow naturally occurs across Europe and parts of Northern Asia, and has a long history as a medicinal herb. According to Greek mythology, yarrow was used to heal Achilles's wounds which is why the plant is scientifically known as Achillea millefolium. Active compounds in yarrow include essential oil, tannins, and flavonoids.


Cultivation & Processing

All ingredients are cultivated according to natural methods and completely without the use of pesticides and artificial fertilisers.

Austrian Herbs

The mountain herbs grow at elevations of 500-900m in the gently rolling foothills of the alps, far from industry and major highways. Herbs have flourished here since the 13th century, and have long been cultivated using traditional methods. The herbs grow in small fields according to organic standards and completely without the use of chemicals.

Cultivation is largely only possible by hand, and the harvest is performed in part by hand and in part with machinery. Due to the climatic conditions, irrigation is not necessary. Within 1-2 hours after harvest, the herbs are gently dried in a cabinet dryer at 40°C for 12-24 hours. Thereafter the herbs are roughly cut and packaged. The dried herbs are not sprayed, light-treated, or processed further.

The climatic conditions of the Pre-Alps strongly influence the quality of the herbs. The main factors affecting the growth of the herbs are the mild summers with cool nights and harsh winters (highland climate) that are paired with consistent precipitation and humidity the whole year round. The careful selection of herbs, an advantageous location with granite soil, gentle processing, as well as strict standards ensure that the herbs from these farms are of top quality. The resulting herbs are incredibly rich in taste, nutritious, and contain a high concentration of essential oils as well as phytochemicals.

Italian Herbs

Our partner farms in Tuscany are pioneers of biodynamic and sustainable agriculture in Italy. The farms combine fields for farming with forested land and meadows in unique ways that allow for wild-growing and naturally occurring herbs. The sustainable cultivation methods as well as the especially mindful and gentle processing mean that almost everything is done by hand. Expertise gained over the years in cultivating and harvesting herbs results in products with the best possible nutritional quality as well as noticeably stronger aromas.


Brewing Guide

Prepare 3 times a day: 2 tsps (5g) tea per 250ml boiling water (100°C). Steep for 5 minutes.
Shake the package thoroughly before each use to ensure that the herbs are well mixed.

Drink daily in alternation with UroBalance pH- tea.

Recommended Teapot

The ideal teapot for our relaxation tea is a large glass or porcelain teapot with a strainer.

Recommended Storage

Ideally store in an airtight, double-coated metal tin.

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