The Yerba Mate is a beverage from South America, very popular in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay.
The consumption of mate goes back to the Guarani people (native Indians who were in some countries of South America).
The “Gauchos” (a Kind of Argentinean cowboy) adopted the Yerba Mate as part of their culture, as well as riding and wearing leather clothing.
They took mate in a group, for breakfast, for lunch, dinner, and before bedtime.
Yerba Mate is cultivated in Argentina, Paraguay and southern Brazil, where the conditions of land, temperature, and humidity are ideal.
Like those gauchos of yesteryear, the mate is part of the daily life of an average Argentine. Continue reading “Yerba Mate Tea ….a South American Delight”
Turmeric tea is one of the healthiest infusions we can take.
Not by taste many know it as the “liquid gold”, name that refers to its vibrant golden color, but also to its value as a medicinal infusion.
Turmeric has become our favorite condiments. In addition to having a peculiar color, it helps us to lose weight, fight cancer, obesity, Alzheimer’s and other ailments.
It has been shown that the compounds (curcumin) in the turmeric root have very favorable properties for the proper functioning of our organism. Continue reading “8 Turmeric Tea Benefits”
Cherry Blossom (Sakura) Tea is one of the most attractive and expected teas of Spring.
It is a plant that symbolizes a lot because its petals are considered as the birth, like a germ of something good to come.
Cherry Blossom Tea is very common within the Oriental tradition.
In addition, it can be an excellent infusion with wonderful properties and plenty to delight you when you drink it.
Apart from enjoying its exquisite taste in all ages, we can benefit from its diuretic, eradicating and remineralizing properties. Continue reading “Benefits of Cherry Blossom Tea.”