The benefits of
Papaya Leaf Tea are well known because, thanks to its high content of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and digestive enzymes, it is an essential ingredient of a healthy diet.
However, papaya leaves also have some interesting contributions to your health.
The infusion of papaya leaves can be a great ally of our general health, both internally and externally.
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Sencha tea is a variety of tea originating in Japan.
It means “cooked tea” since the leaves of the plant are cooked, this being what characterizes and produces its differences with the other green teas.
Sencha tea is roasted in a frying pan before preparing the cylinders for consumption as in the case of the Chinese.
This process in the production confers the characteristic more vegetal flavor almost herbaceous and slightly more bitter and the infusions have a greener color than the Chinese green teas.
Sencha tea is very popular in this country where it is taken cold in summer and hot in the winter season. Continue reading “5 Sencha Tea Benefits and How to Make it”
Detox Teas has had a lot of publicity lately thanks to the large number of celebrities who attribute their success to weight loss to natural detoxifying beverages.
They are useful to balance your body while providing different nutrients and cleanse your organism from elements that damage you and affect your beauty and your health.
Some practitioners of alternative medicine believe that these
detox teas nourish the liver, an organ that helps in eliminating toxins from your body. Continue reading “6 Detox Teas for Weight Loss.”
That Western obsession with aged foods (or fermented!) had not yet reached the scope of tea.
However, if you travel to China you can see that the aged tea is as much appreciated as the 20-year-old whiskey or the most prized champagne.
The authentic Pu-erh Tea can only be made with a concrete variety of large leaf which is located in the Yunnan region, China and the borderlands of Burma and Laos.
In Europe, the Pu-erh is popularly known as red tea, but in reality, the world of Pu-erh is much broader and interesting.
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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.
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Cherry blossom Tea is one of the most attractive and expected teas of the spring season.
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, depurative and remineralizing properties.
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The Bubble Tea is a beverage that causes a furor already all over the world.
There is no cafeteria that boasts that it does not have it in its menu.
At first glance, it is very attractive.
Looks like a glass of milk with colored grains.
It is sweet and with fruity touches.
A fun way to cool off in the hot season.
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Unlike traditional rooibos, Green rooibos does not go through the oxidation process, so the leaves and stems are dried directly.
Its taste is softer, sweet.
Consequently, this rooibos has a greater amount of antioxidants but has the same benefits as traditional Rooibos red tea.
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The benefits of yellow tea are very little known, but much appreciated.
It is halfway between white and green and is obtained by a short fermentation process of polyphenols.
Yellow tea comes from the plant Camellia sinensis, which is the same with which is made black tea, green, white, among others, being yellow the least known.
Its consumption is increasing and every day new features are discovered on this infusion, which has many properties and therefore provides great health benefits.
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The benefits of herbal use of rough bark shards in teas originate from ancient, nearly forgotten medicinal tisanes that were used by some of the world’s earliest herbalists.
Prepare from crunch bark, these herbal teas have been unknown outside the herbal world until recently, but today, they are available for anyone to enjoy all the benefits herbal bark teas have to offer.
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Beauty and health, that’s what the flowers produce in your body.
These Flower teas have enormous benefits for the skin, hair and our wellbeing in general.
This is why many components of their petals and pistils are used in the beauty and natural medicine industry.
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4 Awesome Organic Fruit Teas.
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.
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If you are a beginner in the pleasure of tasting teas, you may have begun to incorporate several types of green tea into your daily life.
For something is the most consumed in the world.
It is not that green tea is “better” than other types of tea, is that each has its own qualities.
But a good green tea is characterized by being sweet and fresh as a glass of good white wine.
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Ginger is a root with multiple benefits for the body and health.
For centuries it was used in the typical diet of different cultures thanks to its natural and nutritious properties.
Increasing body temperature, accelerating metabolism, increasing libido or helping to prevent nausea are some of the benefits of this root.
Continue reading “10 Health benefits of Ginger tea.”
Oolong tea is a traditional Chinese tea. It is made of leaves of the plant Camellia sinensis.
The benefits of
Oolong tea are basically doubled due to the combined qualities of black tea and green tea.
There are many types of tea in this world, But Oolong tea can be one of the most beneficial.
Oolong tea has oxidation that is found between green tea and black tea, so it is partially oxidized.
This partial oxidation is responsible for the characteristic color and flavor.
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