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Monday, October 13, 2008

Organic Teas Offer Many Benefits

If you like tea, you should know that organic tea makes a wonderful choice for those that like a full-flavored beverage to help them wake up in the morning or relax in the evening. Organic teas provide great taste without the toxins that can plague non-organic beverages. You can choose organic herbal teas for a caffeine-free end to your day to reduce jitters that can come from caffeine consumption late at night, and you may also select organic loose tea to make your own custom tea blends.

Organic teas are unique from other bulk tea, in that they earn their status by being grown in ways that do not use chemical fertilizers and pesticides. These toxic substances can leave residues in the tea that eventually makes its way to your cup, a situation that is not beneficial to humans. Organic loose teas adhere to a set of certified production standards for growing, storage, processing, packaging and shipping, so that what you get is a pure, natural, toxin-free beverage.

Organic tea is also commonly purchased in bulk. Getting bulk tea is a cost-effective way to make sure you will have a good supply of your favorite drink on hand. Organic loose tea also provides you the opportunity to blend your own unique mixtures, so you can combine the flavors that make you happy. Black and organic herbal teas are available in bulk for your convenience.

There are many unique tea flavors available. Chai tea is a popular drink, and for good reason. Although it can be made with water, it is typically made with hot milk, into which the tea is added, leaving its clove-spice fragrance for you to enjoy. Essiac tea is a unique tea blend that is made from burdock root, slippery elm bark, sheep sorrel, and Indian or Turkey rhubarb root. It has been used historically in traditional medicine, and today may be used to make the immune system stronger.

For a tea that allows you to experience a real tea flavor, you might want to try white tea. Of all of the teas available today, white tea is the least processed, and has greater levels of polyphenols than even green tea.

Some days you will want a tea that makes your smile and energizes you, and for this you might want to try cinnamon-orange spice tea. This is a tea blend that smells as good as it tastes, and many people will brew a little bit in order to scent the room deliciously. This and other varieties of organic loose tea make a wonderful gift for yourself and the other tea drinkers in your life.

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