March 23, 2015

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Regenerate, Rejuvenate & Welcome the Spring with Green Teas!

The drumbeat of the health benefits of Green Tea started centuries ago:  

"A medicine is for one disease only, but green tea is a kind of panacea that can prevent and treat all sorts of ailments".

-- Eisai, the Buddhist priest who brought tea to Japan in the 12th century.

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Peppermint tea: aids digestion, cools you in hot weather, and warms you up in the cold months.

Peppermint’s health benefits are well known. It aids digestion, cools you in hot weather, and warms you up in the cold months. Some take it as a natural medicinal to prevent colds, but most drinkers value it for its refreshing taste.
In ancient Rome women mixed peppermint with honey and ate it after drinking wine to refresh their breath.
Peppermint tea can be enjoyed by itself or added to any other tea you brew. It is a great tonic tea.

Peppermint tea in a cup

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Why Green Tea Is a Good Defense Against Flu

It is well known that viruses cannot survive by themselves without a host, which for us is our bodies. Viruses stick to the mucous membranes
Person drinking green tea
 where they find nutrition and multiply. Studies in Japan have identified a substance called Epigallocatechin (EGCG) that may prevent viruses from sticking to cell walls. Of all the catechins in green tea, this one is the most powerful antioxidant. 

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January 05, 2015

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Six Top Tea Methods to Help You Recover From a Cold

— Tea combined with ginger, lemon, and honey can help to relieve the symptoms of cold and flu. All these ingredients have their own benefits, but
 combined they have a revitalizing and calming effect and boost your immune system.

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Green Tea: A Base For Smoothies

What is the base ingredient of your smoothies? Water? Almond milk? Coconut water? It is important to change your base ingredients so that the body will get a variety of nutrients.

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October 14, 2014

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Best Teas for Migraine

Plum tea in a mason jar
When dealing with migraines, some people have found that drinking tea for helps to relieve the symptoms. Researches confirm that caffeine in tea can relieve aches and pains as quickly as painkilling medications. At the Diamond Headache Clinic in Chicago studies conclude: 'Caffeine alone provides a low but very real level of effectiveness in treating tension-type headaches.'   For one of our customers
Plum tea seems to help with a

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October 09, 2014

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Why Drink White Teas -- For Your Health!

White tea is low in caffeine and thirst quenching.

There are so many health benefits!

White Teas at Culinary Teas



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