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Tea 101 - Tea and Health

  • Ginger Turmeric Tea - An Ancient Concoction for Health
    December 4, 2023

    Ginger Turmeric Tea - An Ancient Concoction for Health

    Welcome to the world of organic Ginger Turmeric herbal tea, where ancient traditions and modern wellness meet. This aromatic and invigorating beverage has its roots deep in the history of traditional Indian medicine. In this article, we will delve into...

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  • cup of green tea
    March 3, 2023

    Benefits of Green Tea

    Keeping our body and mind in balance can be challenging, especially when facing illness. Taking a holistic approach to understanding the underlining conditions of poor health rather than just treating the disease leads to better health ultimately
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  • Hibiscus Tea for Intermittent Fasting
    September 17, 2020

    Teas for Intermittent Fasting

    For the past couple of months there has been quite a lot of buzz about intermittent fasting. Sadly, COVID has disrupted many of our daily routines and forced us to adopt more sedentary lifestyles which has resulted in weight gain for many of us. We’ve had a number of inquiries asking which teas should be used during fasting periods and we’ll share our insights today.
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  • Photo of Darjeeling, the champagne of teas!
    February 24, 2015

    Health Benefits of Darjeeling Tea

    cups of Darjeeling tea

    Darjeeling tea, like all other teas, possess beneficial catechins and flavonoids that make up the antioxidants in tea.  Black, oolong, green and white teas all possess powerful antioxidants which offer protective and curative properties.

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  • Photo of tea in a pot and tea leaves
    December 11, 2012

    Caffeine in tea

    Before we tell you about tea and caffeine, let us first quickly go over what caffeine is.
    Caffeine is an organic compound found in plants. It forms part of the alkaloid group that includes morphine, strychnine, quinine, ephedrine, and nicotine many of which are used to make drugs. These plant compounds have both beneficial and harmful physiological effects on the human body when ingested.

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