As the leaves start to change and the morning feels a little cooler, warm up with a cup of loose leaf tea.
There are a lot of studies that have shown that a variety of loose leaf teas can boost your immune system, fight off inflammation, and even ward off cancer and heart disease. There's plenty of evidence that drinking tea on a regular basis and a moderate intake can have a lasting impact on your wellness. Drinking too much could lead to negative side effects, such as anxiety, headaches, digestive issues, and disrupted sleep patterns. Most people drink up to 3 cups of tea daily without adverse effects, but some may experience side effects drinking less. There is caffeine in all tea but the amount of caffeine is much less than the caffeine in coffee. So, if you are trying to reduce your caffeine intake on a daily basis tea is the way to go.
Polyphenols, or flavonoids, are likely a key component to what makes tea so healthy to drink. These chemical compounds act as antioxidants, which control the damaging effects of free radicals in your body.
Check out our Fall Tea line up and enjoy the flavors of Fall in your cuppa!
A cup of tea has the power to wake you up and relax you at the same time. It's a cup of calm in a crazy hectic world.
Enjoy your time with tea!