FAQs

 

1. What is tea?                   

The definition of tea is an evergreen plant grown in some Asian countries, India and in the Eastern United States. It is a combination of dried leaves or herbs made into a beverage by sometimes brewing in boiled water.

 

2. What are the different types of tea?

Green Tea, Black/Pu-erh Tea, Oolong Tea, & White Tea

                     

3. What are some good teas for weight loss? 

 

Ground Matcha Tea, Black Tea, Blue, Green, & White Tea

 

4. What is a good tea for better immune health? 

Echinacea, Elderberry, Andrographis & Astragalus Tea

                                     

5. Can I drink too much tea?

Yes. Most people only drink 3-4 cups a day.

6.  What is a good tea to help me sleep? 

Chamomile Tea & Lavender Tea 

                          

7. What is a good tea for digestion? 

Peppermint, Ginger, Dandelion, & Fennel Tea

8. What are some sweeteners for tea? 

Honey, Sugar, Milk, Cinnamon, & Agave

                                                               

9. Should tea be consumed hot or cold? 

Herbal tea can be consumed at both temperatures ranges. 

 

10. Do I need honey? 

No. Honey is optional. 

 

11. What is a good tea for anxiety? 

Ashwaganda, Lavendar, Tumeric, Chamomile, Rose, Valerian Root, Ginseng & Holy Basil 

 

 

      

    

         

 

 

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