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A Nice Cup of Tea

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 Andrew Alston (July 26, 2008)  The word tea to me means black tea often called English tea. I guess that is because I was born in England and that is what tea was, if I was born in Hong Kong it would have had a different meaning. So in this article when I mention tea it is the black stuff. As a child tea was tea, nobody claimed any medical properties for the stuff. Although my Wife who is from East Asia tells me .. (Tea)

Discover the Amazing Health Benefits of Tea

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 April Kerr (July 24, 2008)  We have always been advised against drinking tea and warned about the underlying risks of excessive intake of tea. Now with researches and new theories the old school of thought is being discarded and tea drinking is considered to be very useful for health. We bring you some health benefits of tea. Lowers Cholesterol Tea has been found to be a great antidote for high cholesterol as .. (Tea)

Assam High Quality Black Tea

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 Samuel Dayton (July 20, 2008)  High-quality black tea which has received the name from the North Indian state of Assam, located in foothills of Himalaya Mountains*. The superior tea, which is making a half of the general manufacture of tea in India, is native to the land of a long evergreen tropical plant. Its belong to a “camellia" families of tea, under natural conditions grows as a tree tall to 15 yards. .. (Tea)

Ceylon Tea

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 Samuel Dayton (July 20, 2008)  Until 1972 Sri Lanka was called exclusively as Ceylon, accordingly tea is called Ceylon tea. Tea on Sri Lanka began to grow approximately in 1870, after destruction of coffee plantations because of a virus. Tea plantations of Ceylon are on highlands, - at an altitude from 300 to 2500 meters. Teas from Ceylon possess firm taste, bright color of extract and the concentrated aroma. .. (Tea)

Darjeeling Tea

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 Samuel Dayton (July 20, 2008)  Darjeeling is a sort of black tea. It is grown in just about the city with the same name, in the northern mountain part of India, in the Himalaya Mountains. Englishmen often name Darjeeling, the best black tea - a champagne among teas. It has sated with aroma and fresh taste with gentle and at the same time bright shades of tartness, and also very beautiful light infusion. In aromas of .. (Tea)

Golden Monkey

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 Samuel Dayton (July 20, 2008)  Amongst beautiful landscapes from the district of Fujian the incomparable black tea, called Golden Monkey is born. It is farmed near the Tai Mu mounts of Fujian province, China. Golden Monkey is as well known as ‘Panyong Wang', the king of top-grade black teas. This tea is named Golden Monkey because of the legend, which alleges that this specific tea is produced in exalted and .. (Tea)

Hidden Benefits of Green Tea

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 Karen Larsen (July 17, 2008)  Green tea - you know, that tea you bought ages ago that's sitting on the shelf in the back of the cupboard getting lonely because you haven't even opened the box. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but hey, how often do you really drink tea? Well, you should consider drinking it more often - because green tea has some shocking health benefits that you probably didn't even realize .. (Tea)

Chai Tea is My Favourite

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 Adeniran Oladipo (July 16, 2008)  If you have never tried a good cup of chai tea, I can't recommend it enough. Chai teas are some of the most delicious drinks in the world. Basically, it is a regular old black tea jazzed up in the most spicy, fascinating way. There is cardamom, cinnamon, perhaps some ginger, and a bit of black pepper in it. The spices vary, but everywhere it has an interesting, potent, earthy feel to .. (Tea)

Herbal Teas Are Tops in Flavor

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 Anne Harvester (July 16, 2008)  Organic herbal teas make for an excellent tasting drink that is good for you. Many people get the jitters when they consume too much caffeine. This problem can be alleviated by switching to decaffeinated drinks. Herbal organic teas offer the same great taste that you would find with the black teas that contain caffeine, yet come with the health benefits of no caffeine. You may want to .. (Tea)

How Green Tea Can Help With HPV

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 Gaetane Ross (July 15, 2008)  There are many different strains of the Human Papillomavirus. To date, there are over one hundred to be exact! It has been estimated that up to thirty of these strains can lead to the onset of cervical cancer. Then, of course, there are types that can lead to the development of irritations on the skin, warts on the skin, and even genital warts. This is a relatively common strain of .. (Tea)

Fair Trade Teas Are a Tasty Choice For You and the Environment

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 Anne Harvester (July 15, 2008)  Tea is a wonderful warm drink with which to start or end your day. Sweetened with a bit of sugar or honey and a dollop of cream, it is ambrosia. Organic teas make a healthy choice because they are produced without additional chemicals being added to the soil or plants. Organic herbal teas offer a decaffeinated choice for a late-night sip. When you are shopping for your favorite tea .. (Tea)

Black Tea Health Benefits

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 Tracey Jacquot (July 14, 2008)  There are many health benefits of black tea that regular tea drinkers should be aware of. Though most people think that black tea may not be good for you when compared to green tea or white tea, there are health benefits for those who drink the black varieties. It can be very good for you if you drink tea on a regular basis. There are several health benefits associated with this type .. (Tea)

Tea Drinking In Modern China

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 Beverly Rorem (July 13, 2008)  Although China is the second largest grower of tea in the world, right behind India, Chinese consumption of tea per capita is falling. A recent poll in Chinese cities shows that most white collar workers between the ages of 25 and 40 choose Starbucks coffee, Pepsi, or Coca Cola as their favorite beverages. Much of the older Chinese population, however, still drinks tea, and China is .. (Tea)

Best Detox and Cleansing Teas?

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 David T Smith (July 13, 2008)  The best detox and cleansing teas are without a doubt herbal teas or tisane teas. The health benefits of such teas are known widely and it is easy to purchase them almost anywhere. There is a very diverse range and they suit almost any taste, from sweet to bitter. All of them are naturally sweet and lots are caffeine free. They suit all special diets apart from nut allergy sufferers, in . (Tea)

The Kombucha Tea Mystery What it is and How Its Made

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 D. D. Perse (July 11, 2008)  Kombucha tea is a sweet tea made by combining a symbiotic, probiotic colony of yeast and bacteria (sometimes mistakenly referred to as a mushroom), with a mixture of sugar and black tea. The ingredients are allowed to ferment anywhere from 7 to 14 days, though time frames vary from user to user. Kombucha is most commonly prepared by taking a starter sample from an existing culture and .. (Tea)

Find Out How the Humble Cup of Tea Can Boost Your Health

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 Trevor Sadowski (July 10, 2008)  Not many people know that the humble cup of tea can have so many beneficial qualities to offer your health and well being. Much is written about green tea and the antioxidants it contains that help you fight aging and slow down the onset of fatal diseases. But there are other teas that help you too, you only have to look on the shelves at your favorite store. The popularity of new .. (Tea)

You Dont Have to Be From Wales to Enjoy Welsh Tea

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 Paul Gerst (July 10, 2008)  Tea drinkers have more selection available than ever before. But most tea drinkers are unaware of the high quality teas coming from the country of Wales. Although known mostly to those with a cultural connection to Wales, these teas are becoming more popular. A good cup of tea always has been a traditional sign of hospitality in Wales. Welsh teas closely resemble Irish teas, which are .. (Tea)

Green Tea Facts That You Need to Know

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 Nicky Coff (July 10, 2008)  It seems that most people know most of the basics about green tea, like that it helps with losing weight. But there are other things that aren't that common knowledge and many people will therefore lose out when they think that green tea isn't good for you or that they don't want to lose weight and are afraid that the green tea will just make you thin instantly. I have compiled some of .. (Tea)

The Incredible Power of Tea to Help You Lose Weight

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 JC Morgan (July 10, 2008)  Tea is good for you. But did you also know it can help you lose weight? Just in the past 10 years or so researchers have begun studying the weight loss effects of tea. They now know that there is a strong connection between drinking tea and losing body fat. There are many different chemicals and compounds in all types of tea - including black tea, green tea, and oolong tea - but it .. (Tea)

Tea Weight Loss Benefits Three Way Magic

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 Julian Tai (July 08, 2008)  What do tea weight loss studies tell us about its ability to help us keep slim? Is black tea as effective as green tea in the battle of the bulge? These days it seems everyone is in a constant battle to lose weight. Diets and exercise programs are everywhere you turn, from television to newspapers to the internet. Could the simple act of drinking tea help you lose weight? A study was .. (Tea)

Benefits of Tea to Your Health

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 Eze Ikechukwu (July 08, 2008)  The most popular beverage in the world today after water is tea The process of developing it is of different developmental stages, like oxidation, heating, drying and the addition of other herbs, spices or fruit. There is also another kind of tea called herbal tea which is the infusion of fruit or herbs that contains no actual tea e. g. Rose -ship tea chormoniche tea. BENEFITS TO THE .. (Tea)

Chinese Green Tea More Than Just Health

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 David Carloni (July 08, 2008)  Chinese green tea has been around for a recorded three thousand years, and has been providing folks with great flavor and plenty of health benefits. . . long before they even knew what most were! In Chinese medicine, this brew was used to battle many conditions, and is still used today as both a helpful preventative and cure. Such conditions range from the common cold to more serious .. (Tea)

Fight Bad Breath With Green Tea

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 Chris Robertson Jr. (July 07, 2008)  If you have a problem with bad breath, green tea can help. In addition to the many healing properties of green tea, it also aids in the relief of halitosis, or what is commonly called “bad breath. “ The reason many people have bad breath is because of bacteria in the mouth. We all have bacteria in our mouths, but when it grows out of control, it gives you bad breath. Some .. (Tea)

How Raw Tea Leaves Are Processed Into Tea

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 Sonja Vining (July 05, 2008)  Tea processing is the method in which the leaves and flushes from the Camellia sinensis plant that are transformed into the dried leaves for brewing tea. The types of tea are distinguished by the processing they undergo. In its most general form, tea processing involves oxidizing the leaves, stopping the oxidation, forming the tea and drying it. Of these steps, the degree of oxidation .. (Tea)

How to Drink Tea 5 Steps to a Better Experience

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 Brittiny Lawson (July 05, 2008)  Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, just after water. The only problem is that not many people really taste what is in their cup. Seriously! You may be saying. “Now wait a minute! The reason I drink tea is because I like the taste!" Do you like the taste of “real" tea. . . or the “beverage" that has been overly sweetened with sugar, lemon, milk, .. (Tea)

The Best Teas to Detox and Cleanse Your Body

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 Dave Barry (July 03, 2008)  When it comes to finding the best teas to detox and cleanse your body, it can be a difficult search because there are so many different teas and herbs out there these days, and a lot of them claim that they have the best detox and cleanse properties. This can make it difficult to see through to what works from what doesn't. So, what are the best teas to detox and cleanse your body? I .. (Tea)

Lo Han Kuo Miracle Plant?

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 Arthur Ebeling (July 03, 2008)  Some years ago, I recall reading about a plant cultivated in southern China. Lo Han Kuo, or Luo Han Guo (luohanguo), refers to the fruit of Siraitia grosvenori. It is a very sweet fruit and is found almost exclusively in the Guangxi Province. The climatic conditions for successful cultivation of the plant are very particular. There are records of Chinese monks using Lo Han Kuo .. (Tea)

Green Tea Supplements a Healthy Option?

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 Julian Tai (July 02, 2008)  Green tea, long used as both a beverage and a medicine in China, is gaining popularity in the rest of the world. As research indicates more and more benefits from drinking it, various companies are manufacturing green tea supplements. These can be useful for those who either do not wish to drink tea, or who want higher concentrations of the antioxidant and fat-burning properties than .. (Tea)

Green Tea Weight Loss a Proven Formula?

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 Julian Tai (July 02, 2008)  For centuries, the ancient Chinese physicians have known about the secrets of green tea weight loss. There are many health benefits to drinking tea. One of them of them is that it can help lose weight. Lots of weight loss supplements include tea extract. How does this beverage aid in slimming? Green Tea Versus Black Tea All tea is made from the same plant, camellias selensis. Different . (Tea)

Fair Trade Tea

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 Balbir Kaur (July 02, 2008)  Fair Trade Tea is a partnership between tree pickers, tea traders and tea drinkers. The Fair Trade movement has been gaining momentum in recent years. The movement focuses in particular on exports from developing countries to developed countries. Although it has been more focused on coffee companies, handicrafts and more recently cocoa, the attention is now shifting to producers of the .. (Tea)

Herbal Tea is Wonderful and Cleansing

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 Balbir Kaur (July 02, 2008)  Herbal tea made from fresh picked herbs is a wonderful treat. When you consume a herbal brew, you are in essence consuming a herbal infusion also known as a tisane. Most herbal infusions contain no caffeine and are highly regarded for their medicinal benefits. I love the smell of fresh herbs. In the summer when they are in season, they add an incredible flavour to simple meals. It's no . (Tea)

Herbal and Common Teas Whats the Difference?

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 John Fung (July 02, 2008)  In the old times, European explorers came to China looking for teas, spices and silk. Now, some myths about tea still remain in the Western world. For all practical purposes, tea is just a cup of water with something dissolved to make a different taste, or a different effect. There are basically two categories: herbal and common teas. What's the difference between them? Herbal tea .. (Tea)

The Miraculous White Tea Keeping You Healthy

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 Kevin Woodward (July 01, 2008)  Legend has it that tea drinking was invented by accident about 5000 years ago in China. A Chinese emperor had ordered foul water to be boiled and a leaf blew into his cup of hot water. Curiosity then took over and he left the leaf in place. He liked the taste and so the art of tea drinking was born! The details may not be exactly right but it is probably through accident and curiosity .. (Tea)

25 Benefits of Green Tea

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 Jimmy Smith (July 01, 2008)  The benefits of green tea are so numerous that I had to tell you about all 25 benefits of green tea 1. Green Tea and Cancer It reduces the risk of cancer. The antioxidant in green tea is 100 times more effective than vitamin C and 25 times better than vitamin E. This helps your body at protecting cells from damage believed to be linked to cancer. 2. Heart Disease Can help prevent heart . (Tea)

The Shocking Truth About Green Tea

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 Jimmy Smith (June 30, 2008)  Green tea is one of the top three selling fat loss products on the market today but are the benefits of green tea real? Can it really help you burn fat? When green tea first hit the mainstream sleeves it was announced at the breakthrough in dropping body fat and getting six pack abs. Then natural health professionals and research started to tell us about all the benefits of green tea. .. (Tea)

Studies Show That Tea Might Help Reduce Fatigue

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 Dennis P (June 27, 2008)  It almost seems a bit redundant to point out that tea might have the ability to alleviate fatigue. After all, for many people who drink it (and coffee) that's one of tea's most appealing features. But, according to more than one study, it's not just the caffeine content of tea that imparts this benefit. Recent research in Japan appears to have confirmed what for many people was already . (Tea)

Good Tea

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 Binny Satin (June 26, 2008)  A lot of Tea is made poorly. That is because the correct procedures are not followed. It can be a very refreshing drink throughout the year. It is wrong to think that a good hot tea cannot cool you in summer. Things you will need Loose Tea Hot Water Kettle Tea Pot Sugar Pot Milk Pot Tea Cozy Cups and Saucers Step 1 Set out the cups and saucers and fill the sugar dispenser. . (Tea)

What Are the Benefits of Green Tea?

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 Lauren S Johnson (June 25, 2008)  Many people are turning towards green tea as a source of beauty and wellness. The Chinese culture has been utilizing and reaping the benefits of this beverage since the ancient times. Since then, there have been many studies which confirmed the numerous health benefits of this valuable refreshment. One such study was completed in 1994 by the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. .. (Tea)

Delight Your Loved Ones With Exotic Tea Baskets From India

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 Singh Vineet (June 25, 2008)  India, as we all know, is a nation of tea drinkers and the Indian diaspora abroad yearns for the smell of freshly prepared teas from India. The aroma of freshly prepared tea is a rarity in the west where coffee is the ubiquitous brew. Gifting various varieties of tea in exquisitely designed tea baskets is an age -old tradition even in the days of sea travel. Nowadays with the advent of .. (Tea)

Green Tea Antioxidants Ultimate Youth ing Ingredient

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 Julian Tai (June 24, 2008)  Green tea antioxidants are extremely powerful. It is the root of various green tea health benefits claims, ranging from reducing cancer risks, keeping blood pressure low, aiding weight loss to helping to prevent diabetes. Let's take a look at what these antioxidants are, and how they can help us. EGCG All tea is chock full of polyphenols. These are antioxidants, compounds that attack .. (Tea)

Green Tea Side Effects Important Precautions You Should Be Aware Of

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 Julian Tai (June 24, 2008)  You may have heard of the many health benefits of green tea. But do you know green tea side effects exist? The health benefits of green tea have been highly touted in China for centuries. In the west, we are just beginning to realize how much our health can be improved by daily consumption of this miraculous beverage. But even good things can have adverse affects for some people. .. (Tea)

Tea For Weight Loss Fact Or Fiction?

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 David Carloni (June 24, 2008)  Weight loss tea, is this fact or fiction? Folks have better things to do with their time, like finding real solutions to their real dieting problems, so why should they bother with brewing a cup of tea? I mean is that all there is to it? Drink and lose weight! Wow! How hard can that be? It seems like internet marketers are preying once again on people; promising fast results with .. (Tea)

What You Should Know About Wu Yi Tea

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 Jules Sowder (June 22, 2008)  Wu yi tea is another name for wu long tea or oolong tea, which is a medium bodied, flavorful tea that is often described as a cross between green and black teas. The term, wu yi, refers to the mountainous region in the Fujian Province of China where the tea is grown and processed. While the same as oolong and wulong teas, what distinguishes wuyi tea from green and black varieties is .. (Tea)

Try Out Irani Chai in Hyderabad Food in Hyderabad

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 Pranay Rupani (June 20, 2008)  There are a few things which can be called quintessentially Hyderabadi and of those is the Irani chai. In fact, it is so popular that even film songs have a mention of it. Tea cafes became a part of the Indian culture when Persian traders visited the country. The Irani Chai that came with it is known to be a great blend of brewed tea leaves, boiled milk and sweetened condensed milk. .. (Tea)

How to Make Green Tea Perfectly

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 Ryan Blanchard (June 19, 2008)  Finding your perfect “Matcha" is easier than you think. There are two main methods to prepare Green Tea. The easy method, or the Traditional Japanese ceremony method. The latter is a bit beyond this article, but more information will soon be available on my website. Growing your own Green Tea plants Green Tea plants seem to have originated in China. There is evidence that .. (Tea)

The Benefits of Green Tea

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 Kalvin C. Chinyere, M.D. (June 19, 2008)  Green Tea is a type of tea made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. Green tea contains antioxidants called polyphenols. The most active polyphenol in green tea is epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). Benefits The polyphenols in green tea help the body to repair the damage done to it by age, time, and the environment. These repairs can lead to many health benefits, including: 1. . (Tea)

The Benefits of Drinking Tea

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 N. Celli (June 18, 2008)  There are many health benefits to drinking tea. Tea contains a number of antioxidants substances called polyphenols, (flavonoids) which assist in preventing all kinds of cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Drinking tea has also been proven to reduce stress, lower the risk of stroke and LDL Cholesterol levels, increase HDL levels, strengthen the immune system, promote digestion, inhibit .. (Tea)

Green Tea Cancer Studies Reveal Incredible Benefits

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 Julian Tai (June 18, 2008)  Clinical studies show that the chemical compounds found in green tea may help you to not only avoid cancer, but also fight it on a cellular level. Cancer research continues throughout the country and the world, bringing information about the positive effects of this beverage. Green tea is full of the antioxidant epigallocatechin-3 gallat or EGCG. Unlike black tea, green tea is .. (Tea)

How Green Tea Health Benefits Can Turbo Charge Your Life

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 Julian Tai (June 17, 2008)  For over 4000 years, green tea health benefits have been studied and promoted by Chinese physicians and herbalists. In this modern era, we in the west are beginning to recognize that daily green tea consumption can improve our health and help us to resist disease. Many hospital and research institutes are conducting studies to determine just what the health benefits really are. .. (Tea)

Rooibos Tea Health Benefits Antioxidants

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 Jess Baad (June 17, 2008)  Rooibos is an African name for ‘red bush', its scientific name is ‘aspalathus linearis’. Rooibos is a natural herb found in a small area in South Africa, the Cedarberg Mountains. The leaves are processed to make tea and brings many health benefits to the body. The tea is nowhere related to green tea from the plant camella sinensis. Popularly called ‘red tea', .. (Tea)




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