A World of Tea
Leaves steeped in hot water—it’s been a phenomenon for millennia. Some stories place the discovery of the joy of tea all the way back to China in 2737 B.C.E., where a nearby Camellia sinensis tree’s leaves fell into a cup of hot water. The rest is
history, and the magic of a hot cup of tea is now firmly established worldwide.
Some drink it for pure pleasure, but increasing numbers of people are enjoying the health benefits of this tasty beverage.
With the highest caffeine levels of any tea, this flavorful leaf may help protect the lungs and reduce the risk of stroke.
High levels of powerful antioxidants may interfere with the growth of a variety of cancers, prevent clogging of the arteries, burn fat, and reduce risk of neurological disorders and stroke.
Uncured and unfermented leaves, some studies show white tea has the most powerful cancer-fighting antioxidant properties of all the teas.
Enjoyed for its distinct flavor, it’s also thought to help reduce the levels of bad cholesterol.
Herbs have been used in healing for centuries, so herbal tea is popular for soothing every ailment under the sun, from broken bones to broken hearts.
Rooibos Red Tea
A fermented African herb that many people believe has cancer-fighting properties.
Containing even more antioxidants than green tea, mate originated with South American tribal cultures and has recently become popular here.
Green tea leaves ground into a fine powder, so that you enjoy 100% of the benefits of the green tea leaf, and ten times the antioxidants per serving.