It’s Tea Time

Tea is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world and it’s no surprise people have been drinking tea for centuries for the pleasure, routine, taste, and the many health benefits. Tea also has a high concentration of antioxidants, which may contribute to the prevention of cancer, osteoporosis, and cardiovascular diseases. 


Here are some of the characteristics and healing properties of the major tea families:


Black Tea
This tea is more oxidized than other teas, which gives it a darker color, and a stronger flavor profile.


Health benefits of Black Tea:
Aids the digestive system
Anti-inflammatory effects on the body
Protects the skin
Burns calories


Green Tea
This tea has not been processed as much as other forms, and so it has a gentler color and flavor profile.


Health benefits of Green Tea:
Protects against cancer
Maintains heart health
Increases fat burning


Oolong Tea
This tea is made by a process of withering the leaves and drying them in the sun. This creates a light colored tea with a mild flavor profile.


Health benefits of Oolong Tea:
Manages diabetes
Protects your teeth


White Tea
This tea is not oxidized or rolled, and this creates a mild flavor profile.


Health benefits of White Tea:
Supports mental health
Fights bacteria


Herbal Tea
This tea is comprised of the dried properties of petals, leaves, seeds, roots, stems, and petals of a multitude of plants and flowers.


Health benefits of Herbal Tea:
Aids in digestion
Relieves anxiety and stress
Helps with sleep
Provides anti-inflammatory properties


With all the benefits of drinking tea, choosing a tea for your specific needs is a great way to discover what is out there, because with over 1500 varieties, finding one that fits your ideal flavor profile can be a little overwhelming.


Here are a few common symptoms that many of us experience, and a tea blend that can help:


Stress Blend


Fatigue Blend
Licorice root


Exhaustion Blend
Licorice root
Ashwagandha Root


How to drink your tea:
Bring a kettle of water to a boil
Add 2-3 tablespoons of tea to an infuser or tea bag and add to your water
Cover and steep for 5-7 minutes
Uncover and remove the bag or infuser.

Enjoy your tea!

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