Tea

Time for Tea – Fact #9

Time for Tea – Fact #9 Raspberry leaf tea – we probably know the health benefits of this tea in relation to pregnancy and women’s health, but what can it

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Time for Tea – Fact #8

Time for Tea – Fact #8 Another herbal tea fact – this time, it’s Rosemary: Rosemary, also known as Mary’s Mantle, is a fragrant herb that can be used for

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Time for Tea – Fact #7

Time for Tea – Fact #7 A herbal tea fact – putting Sage in the spotlight: Sage tea is an excellent carminative drink (relieves flatulence) or good diaphoretic (makes you

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Time for Tea – Fact #6

Time for Tea – Fact #6 General Tea fact – it’s all about the taste: Loose tea leaves maintain their flavour far better than bagged tea or tea bags. If stored in

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Time for Tea – Fact #5

Time for Tea – Fact #5 Looking for a tea with optimum levels of antioxidants: White and green teas have the highest amount of antioxidants, while black and oolong have

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Time for Tea – Fact #4

Time for Tea – Fact #4 One for those looking for all the goodness in tea but without the caffeine: Rooibos tea: made from leaves harvested from the Aspalathus linearis

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Time for Tea – Fact #3

Time for Tea – Fact #3 All tea (excluding herbal, Rooibos and fruit teas) comes from just two varieties of shrub: Camellia sinensis var. sinensis , and Camellia sinensis var.

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Time for Tea – Fact #2

Time for Tea – Fact #2 Rooibos tea (named after the South African Plant from which it’s harvested) contains more antioxidants than that of Camellia Sinensis tea. It is also

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Time for Tea – Fact #1

Time for Tea – Fact #1 Tea is often perceived as being an effective “Caffeine Kick” like coffee. Perhaps surprisingly, tea is relatively low in caffeine. A single cup of

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Time for Tea – Fact of the Week

Time for Tea – Fact of the Week To celebrate the wonderful range of teas and accessories available here at Woolpit Complementary, we have compiled a plethora of interesting tea

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