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Jasmine Tea

Jasmine Tea

Jasmine tea began its journey to becoming the most famous scented tea in the World during China's Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Jasmine tea is made by infusing tea leaves with jasmine flower blossoms and can be made on a green, black, oolong, and white tea base.  The taste of jasmine tea can vary depending on which tea is used as its base. Jasmine green tea is the most popular and most consumed in the World. It is also the favorite tea of Chinese leaders.  Jasmine tea can help you loss weight. A study revealed that the antioxidant properties in jasmine tea help to increase your metabolism. This makes your...

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The Difference Between Chinese & Japanese Green Tea

Both China and Japan green tea come from the same plant, Camellia Sinensis. Their leaves are picked and cooked  right away to prevent any oxidation. This is what gives these teas their vibrant green color. But, that is where the similarity ends.  China produces and manufactures every variety of tea and was the first to cultivate and export to the rest of the world. The amount of tea produced in China crushes the competition.Chinese tea gardens are expansive with rolling hills of tea bushes everywhere you look. When the leaves are picked they are processed right away by laying them...

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Tea Can Relieve Stress

Tea Can Relieve Stress

Besides the wonderful benefits for your body, tea can also help improve your mood, alleviate stress and anxiety.

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Relieve Allergies with Tea

Allergies affect us all year long. But, before you reach for the over the counter medication for relief from a runny nose, itchy watery eyes, sinus pressure, and fatigue from allergies. Reach for a cup of herbal tea instead. The herbs provide a natural antihistamine and anti-inflammatory effect to help relieve your allergy symptoms. They are also an excellent way to keep your body hydrated.  Most herbal teas will have one or more allergy fighting ingredients. They are a blend of different ingredients that produce a wonderful allergy fighting elixir. Below are just a few of our herbal teas that...

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Which Tea is Right for You?

Which Tea is Right for You?

There are many varieties of tea and it can be difficult to choose just one. Sometimes, some of us have to try many different teas before we finally find the "one" we really like and can't live without. With that all said, we also realize everyone needs a place to start. The best way to start is by asking yourself this question, what are you looking for in a tea? Are you looking for a full-bodied black tea? a Green tea with a sweet not or one with a vegetal note? An Herbal tea or a non-cafffeinated?

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