Green Tea For St. Patrick's Day14 Mar, 2014|
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner! Though this holiday is celebrated all over the world, it is a huge favorite among the Irish, as well as tea drinkers! There are tons of great teas that you can drink to honor Saint Patrick, and to give kudos to the Irish on their highly regarded holiday. If you are one of the many who are excited for Saint Paddy’s day, and you want to drink some tea in honor of the holiday, these are the best teas to drink on St. Patrick’s Day. Chamomile. Chamomile is a favorite tea among many, and it is a big favorite over in Europe. This tea is a delicious blend of sweet floral ingredients, and is sure to leave the drinker feeling rested, at peace, and ready to take on anything their day will throw at them. Chamomile tea tastes delicious, has a sweet and flowery blend, and also
The Best Loose Leaf Teas For Beginners.02 Mar, 2014|Tea is a drink that is liked by many people. Although there are a ton of tea drinkers, there are quite a number of people who have not tried any types of tea yet, especially loose leaf tea. There are several types of loose leaf teas to try that are especially good for beginners. They are enjoyable, relaxing, and can turn any beginning tea drinker into a tea addict in no time! These are the types of loose leaf teas that anyone, especially beginning drinkers, should try.Read more
Earl GreyThe first tea anyone should try is a simple cup of Earl Grey blend. Earl Grey is an English blend of tea, and is just as popular in the US as it is in the UK. This tea is especially tasty, and very simple to drink. It is a black type of loose leaf blend tea that can be thoroughly enjoyed alone, or with a nice spot of milk. It has a taste that draws drinkers in, and has the ability to relax them after a hard day. It
Five Herbal Teas That Help With Different Illnesses16 Jan, 2014|
There are many people in the world that deals with chronic pain and illnesses that can keep them either in pain or feeling miserable. For people that deal with these sorts of illnesses, there isn't much they can do but take it one day at a time. However, there are some tricks to dealing with a number of unpleasant illnesses and pain. Drinking tea happens to be one of them. There are several great teas that can help with a number of things, including depression, gastrointestinal issues, and even insomnia. These are the five top teas to drink for chronic pain and illnesses. Ginger tea is at the top of the list. This tea can help with numerous health problems, the number one illness being stomach pains, nausea, and acid reflux disease. The tea works to get rid of most of the acid in your stomach when you have acid reflux, gets rid of most, if not all, nausea you may be feeling, and can get rid of pain when you are dealing with gall stones, stomach aches, and more. Ginger tea tastes
Rooibos Tea and It's Numerous Health Benefits28 Oct, 2013|Categories: Organic Tea
Rooibos tea also known as Red Bush only thrives in Cape Town, South Africa’s Cedarberg region. This drink has been popular for generations and even if its cultivation is limited to this region, it has gained popularity in many parts of the world. Rooibos tea has a lot of health benefits making it sought after and highly appealing to individuals who are looking for the perfect tea brew.
- It contains antioxidants. Rooibos tea may not be as popular as green tea but it has antioxidants that fight the free radicals that attack the body’s healthy cells. Rooibos tea contains a number of antioxidants known as nothofagin and aspalathin. This tea also contains polyphenols that can protect the body from heart ailments.
- Anticarcinogenic Properties. Due to the dominance of various antioxidants that possess anti-cancer/anti-mutagenic properties, various studies show that drinking rooibos tea has a hand in defending cells and inhibiting cancer development.