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The Tea Talk is all about tea benefits for health and wellbeing. From the countless physical benefits of tea to the things about tea that make us feel nurtured emotionally, socially, and spiritually, The Tea Talk will provide you with fresh, interesting, easy-to-understand information about how tea is not only good for you, but enjoyable, too!
We'll take the mystery out of all of the research and chat about the many ways that tea can be so beneficial for you (besides tasting wonderful, making your day better, and making you feel great and warm inside!).
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As we try to live healthier lives, our physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness is becoming more of a priority with many of us. And one simple action that we can take every day to increase our wellness is, simply, to drink tea.
From that first enticing aroma to that first soothing sip... there's nothing quite like the perfect cup of tea! We've heard about the goodness of tea for our bodies and minds through traditional herbal wisdom that has come down to us through history and, lately, from scientific research that is confirming what previous generations already knew and valued about tea.
But the health benefits of tea aren't only physical... tea is good for your emotional health, as well. Throughout history and still today, we gather for tea - from English high tea to the Japanese tea ceremony to children's tea parties and in tea shops around the world, this beverage draws us together and nurtures us.
From tea parties to tea gifts to tea crafts, we can have fun with tea, as well! We can even color teatime illustrations to help us feel calmer and more relaxed.
And what better way to cap off your day than with a delicious cup of tea (or glass of iced tea, or a tea latte or tea smoothie)? So, pour a cup of your favorite brew and join us at The Tea Talk!
The Camellia sinensis tea plant gives us the gift of different types of tea – all of our traditional teas (black, oolong, pu-erh, green, and white teas) come from this simple tea bush.
The tea plant (Camellia sinensis), grown in exotic locales and brimming with wellness benefits, gives us the gift of tea and the entire traditional tea family.
If you’re a traditional tea lover, it’s essential to stay abreast of caffeine facts, like recommended maximum daily amounts and how to figure out how much caffeine you consume each day.
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