• Oolong Tea Benefits May Be Just Too Long to List
    Oolong tea benefits have been known for centuries in the Orient. The tea has been cultivated and refined to perfection in Taiwan, China and Japan. Oolong, sometimes called WuLong, is taken from the camellia sinensis plant, the source for all true teas. Oolong is different for how it is oxidized or fermented. Its taste and properties lie somewhere between green and black tea.
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    Antioxident Benefits of Hibiscus Flowers
    Chances are, you don’t look longingly at flowers, licking your lips and hoping for a taste; simply put, you are not a giraffe. While eating flowers might not be a common thing among the human population, it turns out that they may actually be good for us, at least their extracts are. This is particularly true for the Hibiscus flower.
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    What is Fair Trade Loose Tea?
    Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world, if not the most popular. It is soothing, healthy, tasty and a great pick me up for early mornings. It is also the master of diversity: tea comes in thousands of varieties.
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    Chenopodium Tea is Not Your Mainstream Tea
    When it comes to tea, there are all kinds of varieties that people drink. Some go for Earl Gray, some love green tea. Some people can’t live without mint tea, others opt for simple black tea. And, of course, some people are all about Long Island iced teas. Then, there are those who drink tea that many of us have not yet heard of. They sip chenopodium tea. Let us help you learn some of the basics of this unfamiliar tea.
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    Shu Mee White Tea - More Beneficial than Green Tea?
    In the past years, the benefits of green tea have been well publicized: when it comes to health, green tea has gotten all the credit as other teas sit on the sidelines, steaming with jealously. While this press may have been warranted it is certainly not the only tea worth sipping. Shu Mee White Tea, for instance, may even be more beneficial than its green counterpart.
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    Do You Know the Difference Between Black Tea and White Tea?
    Is there anything more relaxing than sitting back and enjoying a warm cup of tea? Tea is a great way to start the day and the perfect means to winding it down. It is also provides numerous health benefits. People have been touting the benefits of tea for centuries. Recently, there is even more emphasis on the particular types of tea.

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