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Leaf Lovers Newsletter, Issue #014 -- Yerba Mate Benefits, Your Chamomile Tea Benefits
January 31, 2016
|Greetings from The Tea Talk!
Welcome to Leaf Lovers, our newsletter about the many benefits of tea for health and wellness!
STEEPED IN HEALTH
Yerba Mate Benefits for Health and WellnessTea lovers in South America have known for centuries about yerba mate benefits and the satisfying taste of this wonderful herbal tea. Now, word is spreading about yerba mate, and people around the world are growing to love and appreciate this healthy brew. Traditionally, yerba mate has been valued especially for its ability to lessen fatigue, boost energy, and increase mental clarity and focus. But yerba mate benefits go far beyond increasing energy and mental stimulation…
“Taking tea is a moment of windless calm amidst the bluster of daily events...” - James Norwood Pratt
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Your Chamomile Tea BenefitsWe love hearing from visitors to The Tea Talk website about their personal experiences with tea's health and wellness benefits. So many of our readers very generously share their personal stories about how tea has helped them with a wide variety of health concerns, from insomnia to anxiety to premature aging, and so much more!
However, one tea stands out from the rest when it comes to readers' comments... Chamomile Tea! This tea is delicious, nourishing, and good for us in so many ways, and we hear many stories about how chamomile tea has changed lives in big and small ways.
If you're interested in reading what others are saying about chamomile tea benefits (and perhaps share your own experience with chamomile tea), please drop by our website.
SOMETHING'S BREWING...- A recent study found that regularly drinking tea and eating berries will help you maintain a healthy weight as you age. This study, which was published in the British Medical Journal, found that consuming foods high in plant compounds called 'flavonoids' - like tea, berries (such as raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries), citrus fruits, pears, apples, onions, peppers, and cocoa - can have a significant effect on keeping a healthy weight into old age for both women and men.
- If you'd like to have information about the benefits of tea readily available whenever you're wondering about a particular tea, you'll love The Tea Talk App. With The Tea Talk App, helpful information about tea and its benefits for health and wellness is right at your fingertips! Learn more about a new tea or herbal tisane, view a recipe for your favorite tea, and find tea remedies for all sorts of everyday health concerns and ailments. This app helps you keep track of which teas you have in your tea stash, too. Learn more about The Tea Talk App here.
- The world's oldest tea was recently discovered in the ancient tomb of a Chinese Emperor who died in 141 B.C. It's uncertain whether the tea was used as a beverage or medicinally, but, either way, it's fascinating to think of the history of this amazing plant and imagine its uses throughout thousands of years!
Happy Winter! It's the perfect time of year to get to know a new tea or two... :)
Della @ The Tea Talk
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