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Herbal Teas for Weight Loss Part One: Boost Your Metabolism
Many people swear by herbal teas and tea infusions when it comes to helping with weight loss. But do they really work and which are the best? Teas for weight loss work in different ways. Some by boosting your metabolism, some by shedding "water"
Going Green: The Best Green Tea Varieties for Taste & Health Benefits
Green Tea is one of the most popular healthy drinks in the world with a rich history wrapped up in the origin of tea drinking, and the traditions of concocting a brew for social, spiritual, and medicinal benefits...
A Brief History of English Tea Drinking
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that the English love their tea. Whether it’s the super strength Builder’s Brew, ‘…strong enough for a spoon to stand up in it’, or Afternoon Tea with scones and cucumber sandwiches, tea drinking is the...
The Wonderful World of Teas
There are so many varieties of tea, it can get a little confusing. Several major varieties of tea are linked with different world traditions and harbour a wealth of health benefits. All ‘teas’ in the strictest sense come from the same plant...
Down at the Bottom of the Garden: The Best Botanical Teas
Some of the most flavoursome and nutritious teas come from common garden plants and flowers. You’ve probably heard of herbal teas made with jasmine, chamomile and peppermint, but how about nettle leaves, dandelion, rose buds, lavender, lemongrass...
Herbal Teas to Help You Sleep
Having trouble dropping off at night? It’s frustrating isn’t it. Getting a restful night’s sleep is so important to our overall wellbeing and ability to concentrate during the day. There are various herbal teas that may be able to help if you’re...
Earl Grey: The Aristocrat of the Tea World
Earl Grey Tea is popular among those who take traditional Afternoon Tea or Cream Tea in the UK. While Cream Tea involves a side of scones, jam and clotted cream with the drink, Afternoon Tea includes additional cakes and finger sandwiches with...
A Brief History of Tea
‘Tea’ is the term given to a beverage made by steeping leaves and in hot water. In the strictest sense only drinks made from Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to Asia, count as tea.
Spice Up Your (Sex) Life: The Herbs and Spices That Supercharge Your Libido
Want the kind of sex they have on TV? You need to look in your tea cupboard. Herbal teas containing ginger, turmeric, cardamom, jasmine, and galangal are all great for the libido. And the sexy potential of tisanes and teas doesn’t stop there...
Masala Chai: Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice
‘Masala Chai’ means ‘mixed spice tea’. It is a traditional Indian drink made by brewing black tea with various aromatic Indian spices and herbs including cardamom, cinnamon, ground ginger, cloves, and black peppercorns. The term ‘chai’ just means...
Strawberry Tea Forever
Strawberry Tea is used to burn fat. Strawberries are fat-loss rock stars, sending the metabolism into overdrive and supporting the function of weight-reducing hormones. They also slow your body’s digestion of starch, keeping tabs on the rise in...
Lemon Tea: Naturally Cleansing
Lemons and lemon-flavoured ingredients have been used in fruit teas, herbal teas, and traditional black teas for centuries. The bright citric flavour of the lemon perfectly offsets the strong bitter or earthy flavours of Black Tea. Taken on its own..
Find Your Focus: Herbal Teas for Mental Agility
You don’t have to knock back a cup of Joe to get your mental cylinders pumping. There are plenty of herbs and teas out there that promote elevated cognition, mental clarity, and focus. Some of these delicious, brain-building drinks are completely...
Teas for Weight Loss Part Two: Diuretic Teas and Appetite Suppressants
Herbal teas are not magical weight loss potions. But they can certainly help you out as part of a health kick to lose excess weight and improve your diet. In Part One of this blog, we ran through the most important teas for boosting your metabolism..
The Joy of Chanoyu: Recreate Your Own Japanese Tea Ceremony
Japanese tea ceremonies are fascinating and beautiful, infused with simplicity and elegance. Tea was first introduced into Japan from China in the 16th Century, and while the Chinese have a traditional tea ceremony of their own, the Japanese are...
Flower Power Teas - The Secret Skin Benefits of Rose Buds and Jasmine Flower
Want skin that’s as soft and beautiful as these exotic flowers? Go straight to the source. For cheeks that blush with rosy health, or the kind of gently glowing complexion that makes poets reach for their composition books (or iPads), you have...
Rest Easy: Teas for Natural Pain Relief
t’s all too easy to reach for pharmaceuticals when you suffer pain and discomfort, but overuse of drugs to ease pain can have negative effects on the body. For example, Ibuprofen, the drug commonly used to relieve period cramps and headaches, can...
Make it a Decaf: The Best Caffeine-free Teas
Love tea, hate caffeine? We hear you. It gives you temporary energy then makes you crash, it keeps you awake at night, and it makes you feel overly reliant on it for that morning wake-up. Quick release caffeine is just false energy...
Herbal Teas for a Happy You
Feeling a bit down about things? Herbal teas are an easy and effective way to boost your wellbeing by tackling stress, anxiety, and sleep problems. They’re also fantastic for helping boost metabolism and energy levels when combined with dietary...
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