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Orange Lemongrass White Tea

Orange Lemongrass White Tea


White Peony Tea Leaves, Orange Peel, Lemongrass. This tea has a light and refreshing lemongrass and orange aroma and taste. 



  • Has anti-cancer properties
  • Inhibits prostate cancer cells
  • Reduces growth of tumors
  • Inhibits estrogen production
  • Promotes strong teeth and bones
  • Promotes heart health
  • Has anti-aging properties
  • Great stress reliever
  • Helps to lower blood sugar
  • Helps to improve the ratio of good and bad cholesterol levels
  • Helps to boost the immune system
  • Helps to relax bronchial muscles
  • Helps to prevent cell damage in the brain
  • Aids in weight loss
  • Helps to prevent and treat the common cold and flu like symptoms


White tea appears to have more potent anticancer qualities than green tea, according to studies performed at the Linus Pauling Institute of Oregon State University in Corvallis. According to Milton Schiffenbauer, Ph.D., a microbiologist and professor at Pace University in New York City, white tea is more effective than green tea at inactivating viruses, bacteria and fungi responsible for streptococcus infections and pneumonia. When it comes to fighting bugs, "white tea is about 10 percent more effective than green." Drinking white tea was as effective at suppressing intestinal tumors as ingesting sulindac (Clinoril), a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for cancer treatment, in a study published in the February 2003 issue of Carcinogenesis.



  • Aids the digestive tract
  • Stops nausea
  • Improves immune system functioning
  • Reduces fever
  • Aids cholesterol levels
  • Is a natural anti-inflammatory
  • Improves vascular functioning
  • Lowers high blood pressure
  • Helps to kill malignant cancerous cells
  • Aids menstrual problems
  • Is a natural anti-depressant



Orange peels contain compounds that are beneficial to your health. One medium orange contains over 60 flavonoids and 170 different phytonutrients, according to Rebecca Wood, author of “The New Whole Foods Encyclopedia.” Most of these beneficial compounds come from the albedo -- the white matter that hugs the orange. The flavonoids in an orange peel help vitamin C, an important antioxidant vitamin, work more efficiently. Flavonoids also retard the growth of cancer cells by withholding energy requirements needed by these harmful cells. Two compounds in orange peel may protect against lung cancer. A 2009 study conducted at the Department of Food Science at the University of Massachusetts found polymethoxyflavones contained in the peel of sweet oranges inhibited the growth of cancer cells of the lung. Another compound, called liminoid, might also be responsible for preventing cancer of the lung as well as cancer of the stomach, colon and breast. An orange peel contains two important flavones: hesperidin and polymethoxylate. These are compounds that help lower low-density lipoprotein, or LDL, cholesterol levels, according to a 2004 joint study conducted by the US Department of Agriculture and KGK Synergize, a nutraceutical company. Researchers suggest that taking dietary supplements containing orange is more ideal than eating the peels. The reason: you would need to eat 20 orange or tangerine peels a day for the peels to have a therapeutic effect on LDL cholesterol levels.

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