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    4 Types of Tea That Are Good For Your Health

    Most of us equate relaxation with a good old cup of tea. And although it is said that a lot can happen over coffee, let us not underestimate the power of a storm in a tea-cup. Apart from being our faithful companion during rainy days, tired evenings and endless meetings, various types of tea have various health benefits, and can…

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    5 Must try Herbal Tea!

    I have already written about the types of tea. Amongst those types of tea is herbal tea. Herbal tea is usually available in loosely packed form and dip form. Herbal tea usually contains traces or no caffeine. It is best suited for people who want to eliminate caffeine from their bodies or are undergoing a detoxification process. Sometimes herbs like…

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  • NewsCHAI: Love in a Cup!

    CHAI: Love in a Cup!

    Wikipedia says “Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves of the Camellia Sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to Asia.” But, if someone ever asks me what is chai? Believe me, the above-given definition wouldn’t even be in my farthest thoughts! Haha! This definition has got nothing to do with my understanding of chai. Want to…

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    TÊTE-À-TÊTE With Five Types of Tea

    Tea is the most widely accepted filler and stress reliever. Tea is the basic drink in an evening get together or tête-à-tête. Almost every occasion has this basic drink. All offices, cafes and restaurants serve tea. It can be relished with evening snacks or breakfast. Everyone has a preferred style for drinking tea. When consumed in small amounts it can…

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  • FitnessKombucha Tea

    4 Ways Kombucha Tea Can Treat Us

    Apart from its taste (similar to effervescent cider) and its capacity to stop thrust sensations, the kombucha tea is also known for the natural enzymes it contains. Kombucha is practically a living ailment that helps the enzymes from our digestive system to fragment the ailments we have consumed in nutritive substances that are easier to assimilate. Think about the passiveness…

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  • NewsKombucha Tea

    A Healthy Life With a New Home-Made Product: The Kombucha Tea

    No one can indicate the precise origins of the kombucha bacteria (or the kombucha mushroom) but it was surely used in the 220 BC during the Tsin dynasty. The tea made from the kombucha ferment has been appreciated for more than 2000 years and thanks to its miraculous effects on the body it was called “the tea of immortality” or…

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