Cup O’Tea For Your Health

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WHAT THE?
Tea can help with sleep, brain and memory, body detoxification and energy!
 
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According to Kita Centella, a herbalist and the founder of the Loose Leaf Tea Market, the wonders of tea go beyond mere taste! Centella believes tea can be used to treat cold and flu symptoms, aid digestion in the body, support health brain functions, aid in weight loss and help you relax before you drift into la-la land! The type of tea that will be best for your body’s needs depends on just that: your body’s needs! Kita says that you can begin to see results, depending on the tea’s purpose, in as little as 30 minutes for things like relaxation and cold and flu symptoms. To get the full, long-term effects, though, you need to be consistent. Kita suggests drinking a cup of tea per day! Keep your pinkies up! If you are interested in learning more about what tea can do for your health, check out the Loose Leaf Tea Market to get specialized information from the experts. You can also start by heading to your local grocery store and perusing the tea aisle for green, black, and oolong tea!
 
Here are some tea steeping Instructions from the experts at Loose Leaf:
 
Black Tea
Need: 1 Teaspoon Tea
Optimum Water Temperature: Just below boiling
Steep Time: 1-3 minutes
Flavored black teas can be steeped twice. High-quality varietals may
be steeped multiple times.
 
Green Tea
Need: 1 teaspoon tea; 2 teaspoons for large leaf varieties
Optimum Water Temperature: 175 degrees
Seep Time: 1-3 minutes
Most Green Teas can be steeped 2-3 times.
Certain high-quality varietals can be steeped multiple times.
 
White Tea
Need: 1 Teaspoon Tea; 2 Teaspoons for Large Leaf varieties
Optimum Water Temperature: 175 degrees
Steep Time: 1-3 minutes
Most White Teas can be steeped 3-3 times.
Certain high-quality varietals can be steeped multiple times.
 
Oolong Tea
Need: 1 teaspoon tea; 2 teaspoons for large leaf varieties
Optimum water temperature: Just below boiling
Steep Time: 1-3 minutes
Most Oolong Teas can be steeped twice.
High-quality varietals may be steeped multiple times.

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