Pomegranate tea is a drink rich in antioxidants and nutrients, so it is highly recommended for its benefits to our health.
This fruit originating in the Persian Gulf and some areas of Iran was used for food purposes since 5000 BC.
Considered in ancient times as the fruit of fertility, pomegranate is valued for its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, consumed in both desserts and juices, it is a great alternative to have in our daily diet.
It is a fruit with important healing properties.
Its content in substances such as vitamin C and flavonoids help prevent cardiovascular disease, aging, and some types of cancer.
In addition, pomegranate has potassium, which protects the circulatory system, and small amounts of phosphorus, magnesium, and calcium.
Its low sodium content makes it recommended in cases of high blood pressure and fluid retention.
If you are a non- tea drinker and want to get started in the world of tea, you should know that there are different types of tea, black tea, green tea, red tea, white tea, oolong tea or as it is recently known blue tea, you can also hear about yellow teas.
All of them are obtained from the same plant, Camellia Sinensis and what makes them different is their collection form and the way they process it.
And most importantly, just because you don’t like one type of tea doesn’t mean you don’t like another. In addition, apart from tea, you have other infusions, which, although not called tea, their form of preparation is similar. Continue reading “Great Teas for non-tea drinkers.”
Organic Fruit tea is a new trend among those who not only try to taste an excellent infusion but also care for their healthy lifestyle.
The idea is to create a different infusion from a good quality tea (it can be red, green, white or the one you prefer) to which added pulp is dissected from some fruits that have a large percentage of antioxidants., citrus peels and pètals of roses. Continue reading “4 Awesome Organic Fruit Teas.”