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Benefits of Tea

General Health Benefits

  • As a food supplement, tea aids in the prevention of many types of illnesses and diseases.

  • Helps to boost your overall mental health

  • The antioxidants in the tea helps to boost the immune system

  • Antioxidants aid in neutralizing free radicals which causes damage to the body 

  • Aids in purging environmental toxins from the body

  • Slows the aging process

  • Helps in the prevention of tooth decay

  • Helps to build stronger bones

  • Have therapeutic effects on gastric and intestinal malfunctioning

  • Helps to keep the body hydrated

Herbal Tea


  • Drink 3-5 cups per day for maximum benefits

  • Using loose-leaf tea, you can expect to get 2-3 cups from each serving (1- 1/2 tsp).

  • Tea is best consumed clean (unsweetened and no milk), however if you desire a sweetener, we recommend 100% pure maple syrup for flavorful tea blends and 100% raw honey for teas that are more bitter to the taste. 

  • Monk Sugar and Stevia leaves are also good alternative sweeteners

  • Milk can be added to Chai teas if desired.

Tea Variety Benefits

Black Tea


  • Helps to protect against certain types of cancer

  • Helps to prevent clogging of arteries

  • Helps to reduce bad and increase good cholesterol

  • Helps to burn fat

  • Helps to decrease glucose levels

  • Helps to reduce cataracts and other conditions linked to diabetes

  • Promotes blood flow to the brain

  • Promotes mental alertness

  • Helps to protect lungs

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Herbal Tea


  • Aids in a wide variety of conditions such as diabetes, kidney damage, nerve pain, lung health

  • Aids in stunting cancer cell growth

  • Custom blends provide more specific benefits

Ginger, Lemon & Honey Tea

Green Tea


  • Has strong anti-aging properties

  • Helps to prevent acne skin health

  • Helps to reduce intestinal inflammation in those suffering from IBS

  • Helps to lower your risk of stroke

  • Helps to fight diabetes

  • Helps to reduce bad and increase good cholesterol

Yellow Tea

White Tea


  • Has 2x more anticancer properties than green tea

  • Helps to strengthen bones

  • Helps to keep the skin from premature aging

  • Helps to fight viral, bacterial and fungus infections 

  • Low in caffeine (5-15 mg)

Lemon Tea

The use of teas and herbs have been regarded for thousands of years in the East as a key to good health, happiness and wisdom. Studies conducted by various institutions in the West have now found and published the many health benefits of tea and herbal products. Information provided on potential health benefits of tea and herbal beverages have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. This information is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We encourage you to do your own research and consult with your doctor for medical care. A good source to check for herbal conflicts with any medicine:  


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