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The mood calls for some tea!

Van Gogh is Bipolar is a hidden gem tucked away in Maginhawa. A trip to this quirky and eclectic restaurant and a step through their doors, and you’re automatically transported into a magical experience you’ll never forget.

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The name itself is quite memorable. Not only does it pertain to the influential art figure’s (Van Gogh) condition but as well as the brain behind the restaurant, Jetro Rafael. And though we know Van Gogh is Bipolar as a restaurant, it really is more of a “gastronomical healing sanctuary” where people come for a pick-me-up through food.

The menu changes every so often so each visit is a unique experience. It’s also designed to have mood-healing properties that are based on natural homeopathic medicine alternatives and is what ultimately makes Van Gogh is Bipolar what it is today.

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Apart from their well-curated feasts, they also serve medicinal teas prior to every meal. These are what they like to call “Mood-Healing Teas” and are said to have specific mood-altering purposes whether to aid anxiety, boost relaxation and energy, etc.

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Now, they have made the Mood-Healing Teas readily available to have in your own home and sell them in sets. The tea sets come in six different flavors and purposes: mango tea for a happy chill mood, banana tea for a light chill mood, tamarind as an extra upper, guyabano for extra calming, avocado for those in need of soothing, and guava tea for anyone after an upper mood.

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All tea sets are all-natural, caffeine-free, locally sourced, and are FDA-approved. You can order them here.

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154 Maginhawa St. Sikatuna Village., Quezon City
(0922) 824-3051