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Honey Pear Iced Tea

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 Jon Stout (June 12, 2008)  It's hard to believe, but there are actually people in this world who do not care for tea! Not hot tea, and not iced tea. They just do not like tea, period! When you ask someone who is of the non-tea persuasion why this is so, they usually answer you with a statement such as “Tea has such a bland taste! It's not like coffee. . . coffee has a rich, bold taste. Tea is so. . . wimpy. . (Tea)

White Persian Melon Iced Tea

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 Jon Stout (June 12, 2008)  White tea is one of the newest tea trends in the United States. The tea itself is far from new. Tea drinkers in China have been fans of white tea for centuries. However, very few people outside of Asia knew there was such a thing as white tea. Nowadays, the word is out, and it seems that those who have been introduced to this tea variety have nothing but good things to say about white .. (Tea)

Getting the Most From a Tea Club

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 Jon Stout (May 31, 2008)  So, you've decided that you want to join one of the many tea clubs that you have seen advertised on the Internet! However, for once you decided not to be hasty about something, and do a little research before committing yourself to a club. That's a smart idea, for there are really quite a few clubs out there, and no two are alike. What kind of tea do you like? Are you a fan of hot , or . (Tea)

Green Tea Vs Wu-Yi Tea - Which Has The Better Benefits?

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 Fern Kuhn (May 26, 2008)  Wu-yi (Oolong) and Green Teas contain a large amount of polyphenols. It appears that the health benefit of either tea is the effect of polyphenols. Green tea is from the same plant as (Camellia sinensis. ) as Wu-Yi tea. After the tea leaves are plucked and sorted, they are either steamed or pan fired. Green tea does not go through the fermentation process. Green tea does have less .. (Tea)

Wu-Yi Tea

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 Robert Grazian (May 22, 2008)  A cup of tea always has a rejuvenating power, it bring back anybody from the tiredness to charming mood. Tea has many benefits and is the popular drink anywhere in the world. The medical benefits are many, apart from the stimulation of nerves and body, tea has proven powers as a relaxant and also proved to be very effective in providing relief from head aches. Different varieties of Tea . (Tea)

Types Of Herbal Tea

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 Tracey Jacquot (May 15, 2008)  There are thousands of different types of herbal tea on the market today. So if you are just a little confused, you are not alone. Many tea and coffee drinkers are making the switch to herbal teas as an everyday beverage and others are turning to herbal teas as remedies for common ailments and sickness. If you are wondering why there are so many types of herbal teas, that one is a .. (Tea)

Green Tea Product Facts

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 Hillary J Templeton (May 02, 2008)  Best Green Tea is grown in Fujian and Zhejiang and Uji in Japan. Studies show that Green Tea consumption reduces different types of Cancer like stomach cancer. Green tea is one of the staple drinks in many Asian countries and the most popular beverage in China. Green tea is made from Camellia sinensis similar to other teas, but the making process is different as it's not fermented like .. (Tea)

Do You Know These Green Tea Health Benefits?

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 Rajgopal Venkataraman (April 22, 2008)  Green Tea has proven to have so many health benefits that it often sends me into a spin when I see so many websites trying to capitalize on the miracles of green tea. Well, green tea has been known to the Chinese since times immemorial and they have used it to treat so many ailments ranging from headaches to depression. Green tea has been proven to reduce the incidence of esophageal .. (Tea)

How to Make Good Tea

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 Binny Satin (April 11, 2008)  Take one teaspoon of tea for every cup, and one for the pot. Put the tea leaves in a teapot Bring the water to a boil Add the boiling water to the teapot Let it sit for 5 minutes for the tea to brew Pour into cups Add Milk & Sugar if desired. The art of making tea is very simple, but many people do it wrong. If you take care in what you do, you will enjoy your tea. In Jeeves and .. (Tea)

How Tea is Grown

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 Binny Satin (April 11, 2008)  Tea grows on Bushes, if left un-pruned they can grow to 18 or 20 feet. That is unmanageable at that height. Pruned Tea Bushes are an average of 36 inches in height. The workers who pick the leaves should be able to reach them at comfortable levels. Two leaves and a bud are picked for production. They are soft and give the most flavors. The workers who pick the tealeaves are in groups .. (Tea)

Green Tea - More Than Just Weight Loss

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 Ron Lin (April 09, 2008)  Green tea had been used in the Eastern Hemisphere, especially China, some 2000 years back. It is gaining popularity recently because green tea was found to be an active ingredient for weight loss and other disease treatments. Consumption of green tea produced thermogenesis and increased energy expenditure and fat oxidation in humans. There was also research indicating that green tea .. (Tea)

History Of Green Tea

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 Jon Stout (April 03, 2008)  Green tea has a history that dates back thousands of years. Although this particular type of tea is only now gaining major notoriety in the West, it has been known to the Chinese and Japanese for centuries. This type of tea is less heavily processed than its counterpart made from the same leaves, but despite this fact, it has not been a heavy export from Asia until the past few years. .. (Tea)

The Benefits Of Green Tea

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 Brendan Wilde (April 02, 2008)  Many health products use extracts of green tea in their formulation; although primarily known for the benefits it provides as an antioxidant, it has many other positive health properties. People requiring a natural product to burn calories will not find anything to compare with green tea weight loss supplements. It has a wide range of benefits for the human metabolism but first and .. (Tea)

The World Of Green Tea

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 Jon Stout (April 01, 2008)  Although it's been known in places like China and Japan for thousands of years, the green tea sensation is just now sweeping countries in North America and Europe. This tea is now well known and loved for its smooth flavor and incredible benefits. Green tea, in fact, is enjoyed with extra flavors, such as honey and lemon or citrus, as an iced tea drink and steeped and steamed like other . (Tea)

White Persian Melon Iced Tea

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 Jon Stout (April 01, 2008)  White tea is one of the newest tea trends in the United States. The tea itself is far from new. Tea drinkers in China have been fans of white tea for centuries. However, very few people outside of Asia knew there was such a thing as white tea. Nowadays, the word is out, and it seems that those who have been introduced to this tea variety have nothing but good things to say about white .. (Tea)

Green Tea Weight Loss Review

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 Suzanne Webb-Brikas (March 27, 2008)  Are green tea weight loss pills the next big diet trend? In this green tea weight loss review, we will examine the benefits of green tea, as well as the reason it has become so popular in the weight loss industry. Uses of green tea are still being explored by medical science in research that may take many years. The antioxidant properties (and a host of others) of green tea are .. (Tea)

How to Choose LongJing (Dragon Well) Tea

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 Mandy Lee (March 14, 2008)  LongJing or Dragon Well Tea is considered the National Tea of China, and for good reason. It is famous not only for its delicate flavor, but for the legends surrounding it. It is also has the most complicated and time consuming processing of any Chinese tea. Due to these reasons it has also become one of the most expensive teas in China. Last year in Hangzhou a man paid over $14,000 for . (Tea)

Herbal Tea Ingredients

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 Tracey Jacquot (March 10, 2008)  Did you know that many common herbs and ingredients can be made into delicious healing herbal teas? When most people think of tea, they think of green tea, black tea or maybe even white tea. Most people do not turn to everyday herbs to make tea from, but they can be of great benefit to your body. From aiding in weight loss to reducing blood pressure. It is truly amazing what results .. (Tea)

A Longer Life May Be Brewing In Your Cup

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 Paul Rodgers (February 14, 2008)  The health benefits of green tea are so obvious and so wide-ranging that it's surprising it isn't compulsory. The antioxidants that are responsible for most of the health benefits of green tea are called polyphenols and these are considered to be the most effective of all the antioxidants. The health benefits of green tea have been discussed for well over 1,000 years. These cultures .. (Tea)

Herbal Teas And Their Benefits

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 Victor Epand (February 14, 2008)  Herbal teas are a great way to relax and calm yourself. If you have trouble sleeping, drink a cup of herbal tea. Some herbs, such as Chamomile, contain natural sedative properties, so falling asleep after a cup of hot tea is very common. Herbal teas or tisanes, to give them their proper name, are made by infusing herbs in boiling water. Herbal teas are made with fresh or dried herbs, .. (Tea)

More on the Health Benefits Of Green Tea

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 Tom Garcin (February 13, 2008)  If you have been searching around the internet for a natural weight loss program you have probably been confronted by an overwhelming amount of information as well as countless products each claiming to be better and more healthful than the next. But have you found anything that is completely natural, has a 4,000 year history and has been touted by Oprah Winfrey as a weight loss .. (Tea)

The Benefits of Adding Green Tea to Your Diet

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 Tom Garcin (February 13, 2008)  You may have heard about supplementing your diet with green tea in order to lose weight. But in addition to losing weight, green tea users tout its other benefits such as lowering bad and increasing good cholesterol, lowering blood pressure and even fighting colon and bladder cancers. But other than carrying around a bunch of tea bags and hoping to find some boiling water, how can you .. (Tea)

Green Tea Cuts Chance Of Cancer And A Dozen Diseases

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 Jason Witt (February 01, 2008)  When you receive the Seal you will begin to take better care of your health. One thing you can do is start drinking more green tea, which has been found in a recent study to reduce the risk of prostate cancer. A much higher proportion of Western people develop prostate cancer than those people on Asia. When environmental factors are considered, consumption of green tea may be an .. (Tea)

Green Tea - A Low Cost Dietary Supplement

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 Trevor Sadowski (February 01, 2008)  So many of us are looking to lose weight on a regular basis but did you know that drinking can help? More the better when that drink is green tea, for this herbal remedy is packed full with anti oxidants and other elements that help you lose weight by increasing your metabolism. Easy to substitute for your usual cups of coffee during the day, green tea has many advantages and health .. (Tea)

How To Lose Weight With Green Tea

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 Matty Byloos (January 29, 2008)  Many people fall into the list of diet-trenders. If this is you, then you know you've already been identified. This distinction applies to anyone who jumps on the latest diet bandwagon, giving one trend or fad diet after another a quick shot before coming up empty-handed. With many people slightly overweight or worse, and society putting such heavy pressure on how we look, it's easy to .. (Tea)

The Proper Way To Brew Green Tea

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 Hannah Graham (January 09, 2008)  Many people are put off by green tea because they think it tastes bitter. But it doesn't have to be bitter! Brewed correctly it will have a mild, flavorful taste. Here are some brewing tips: 1. The water should not be too hot. This is the #1 mistake. You don't need boiling water. The proper temperature is 175 degrees. 2. Use fresh tea. If it is older than six months you should discard . (Tea)

Tea - The Beverage of the World

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 Saman Rashid (January 04, 2008)  Tea has been around since 2737 BC refreshing, inspiring and intriguing men, monarchs and scientists alike. The legend has it that The Shennong, emperor of China who invented agriculture and Chinese medicine discovered the amazing restorative properties of tea accidentally while drinking boiling water from a bowl. From ancient times, tea has played a major role in the culture of the .. (Tea)

Green Tea Caffeine - It's Actually Good For You!

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 Hannah Graham (December 31, 2007)  You've heard about all the downsides of caffeine. Maybe you've even cut back for health reasons. But did you know that there is a type of caffeine that actually improves your health? Green tea contains it. What makes green tea caffeine superior to the kind in your morning cup of coffee? For starters, the caffeine in green tea dissolves quicker. The drug stimulates every organ of the .. (Tea)

The Many Flavors of Tea

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 Kiya Sama (December 06, 2007)  Tea drinking eases the mind, relaxes the body and encourages social life. It is a simple pleasure with a long and rich tradition. More tea is consumed than any other beverage in the world. Rituals focusing on tea are very common in the East and West. The Japanese tea ceremony (chanoyu) has existed for over 500 years. Afternoon tea, formal or informal, is a fixture of English life. .. (Tea)

Mint Tea - Fresh From The Garden

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 Diane Watkins (August 29, 2007)  Mint has been enjoyed as a tea for many years, both as a refreshment and as an herbal medicine. Since mint is a strong flavor, it can be used alone, or as a flavoring for tea or herbal teas. Mint is also often used as a garnish for tea, adding a fresh sprig to the top of the glass. Peppermint is the most common mint used for tea, though spearmint and others are equally flavorful. .. (Tea)

Green Tea and CLL Link

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 Christopher J (August 22, 2007)  The link between green tea and CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia – the most common form of blood and bone marrow cancer) has come to light in recent clinical studies and seems to be heavily drawing the attention of the medical community all over the world. In a recent study carried out at Mayo Clinic, it was found that three of the CLL patients showed a definite degree of improvement .. (Tea)

What Are the Ingredients in Green Tea

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 Julie Health (August 16, 2007)  In the past decade, green tea has become an increasingly popular choice of beverage for a number of reasons. Known to help people lose weight while also fighting off things such as cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, and bad cholesterol, green tea has become a part of people’s lives who are interested in being healthy. Interestingly, most people are completely unaware of .. (Tea)

Why Drink Green Tea?

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 Ivan Hince (July 13, 2007)  Some people ask. Why should they drink Green Tea? Isn't it one of those horrible tasting ones? Green tea is no different in taste to other drinks like ordinary tea, and coffee. You get nice blends, and you can get horrible ones in each sort, and like all drinks you'll get ones that you don't like, and ones you do. The benefits of finding a brand, or a type you like are worth it. Some .. (Tea)

Difference in Growing Tea Around The World

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 Henry Wershar (July 12, 2007)  One of the most popular beverages, tea, has spawned so many different varieties that it is impossible to keep a tab on the different methods of production and brewing. A simple leaf of a wild bush is today consumed in so many parts of the world in so many different ways. Not only that, the way in which tea is cultivated also varies depending on the region. What is even more .. (Tea)

About Green Tea Extract

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 Henry Wershar (July 01, 2007)  A green tea extract is produced from the leaves of a plant camellia sinensis. These teas have undergone minimal processing during their manufacture. Green tea is now a worldwide phenomenon being very popular in several countries. Countries originally producing green tea are China and Japan. Green tea extract is a fine brown yellowish powder having a typical smell. These powders are .. (Tea)

Is Green Tea The Answer To Your Weight Loss Problems?

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 Trevor Sadowski (June 30, 2007)  Everyone is looking for the miracle cure, the drug that will finally sort out their weight loss problems, maybe green tea could be the answer. There are almost as many diets out there as there are people wanting to lose weight. All of them promise the same results, lose weight painlessly and feel great. Scientific research has suggested that you can make your campaign a little easier .. (Tea)

Ballerina Green Tea Know The Facts

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 Micki Kahlon (June 20, 2007)  Green tea is a drink which has been around for ages and comes in various flavours one of which is ballerina green tea. It is renowned for treating numerous medical conditions from headaches to cancer. Green tea is a beverage which is popular with Asian countries like China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and the Middle East. Research has been conducted both in Asia and in the West .. (Tea)

Herbal Tea - The Info You Want To Know

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 Henry Wershar (June 15, 2007)  Today, tea is increasingly becoming a drink of the health conscious. Although, consumed for centuries in China, it was introduced to the world only in the late eighteenth century and its consumption spread rapidly as people were intoxicated by its exotic aromas and subtle, mellow flavors. Today, a new breed of tea drinkers are growing, who are consuming it for its medicinal properties. .. (Tea)

How are Flavored Teas Graded?

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  If you're new to flavored teas, there's a real treat in store for you. There's a tea for every taste and with so many blends to choose, from you'll likely have difficulty deciding on just one or two. The best flavored teas are created from blending fine loose tea with natural flavors from fruits, spices, herbs and florals. Artificial flavors should never be used, or they will leave the . (Tea)

The Best Flavored Tea Pluckings

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  If you're new to flavored teas, no doubt you're wondering how to choose flavored teas of the best quality. The variety of the tea, the country in which it's grown, the way it's processed, the time it's harvested and the way it's flavored all affect the way a flavored tea will taste. In many varieties of tea, the time of harvest is particularly important, and can be difficult to .. (Tea)

Growing Quality Tea for Flavored Teas

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  Tea comes in many varieties. And, flavored teas, which are some of the most popular teas, are made from every variety of tea that can be produced. The most important aspect in obtaining a delicious flavored tea is the quality of the tea base. Teas are grown in thousands of tea gardens throughout the world, and some are better than others. Simply put, the best tea gardens are those that . (Tea)

Comparing Ceylon Flavored Teas to Indian Flavored Teas

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  Flavored teas are produced all over the world. Because each tea growing region of the world produces tea with slightly different tastes, flavored teas can taste different depending upon the tea base used to create them, including where this tea base is grown. Two of the world's largest tea producing countries are Sri Lanka and India and thus, many flavored teas are created from the .. (Tea)

What Are Good Flavored Tea Blends?

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  There are truly more flavored teas out there than we can taste. To decide which you should try, there are several things you should consider. Taking a look at these items will help you narrow down the many choices in flavored tea. The tea variety - If you're partial to one variety of tea (black, oolong, white or green) you'll likely want to choose your flavored teas from these favored . (Tea)

What Are Flavored Teas?

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  The tradition of flavoring tea goes back many centuries. Nearly as long as tea has been made it has been flavored. However, it is said that the idea for flavoring tea came about as a bit of an accident. Many years ago tea gardeners in China planted other trees to provide shade and moisture for their tea plants. They soon discovered that the tea trees that were planted near certain .. (Tea)

The Best Vanilla Jasmine Tea Pluckings

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  Whenever you're trying a new tea for the first time, you want to ensure that you get the very best quality in the tea. Vanilla jasmine tea is becoming a favorite of many tea drinkers because of its sweet, comforting and fragrant flavor. And, the flavors of vanilla and jasmine blend so well with any flavor, this tea can be made from green, white, black or oolong teas. This makes it even . (Tea)

How Are Flavored Teas Different From Other Teas

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  Some of the world's most popular and most widely consumed teas are flavored teas. Adding flavors to tea is centuries old and is a wonderful way to add a new dimension to a favorite variety of tea. With the many combinations of tea varieties and flavorings, nearly any taste is possible. Flavored teas have become as much a part of the world's tea drinking traditions as the teas that are .. (Tea)

Drinking Flavored Teas

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  Tea has been the world's most popular beverage for centuries. And it didn't take long for tea artisans to determine that the only way to make tea better was to add other delicious flavors to it. And, today, tea is available in every flavor imaginable. The most popular teas for flavoring are black teas and green teas, though flavored white and oolong teas are gaining popularity. The .. (Tea)

What are Good Vanilla Jasmine Tea Blends?

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 Jon Stout (June 15, 2007)  Vanilla jasmine tea is unique among many flavored teas. Because jasmine and vanilla's flavors meld so well with other flavors, good vanilla jasmine tea can be made from any tea variety. There really is no “best" blend of vanilla jasmine tea; it's really more dependent upon your tastes. But, here are some things you can expect from different blends of vanilla jasmine tea. Black .. (Tea)

Vanilla Jasmine Tea - India's Teas Vs Ceylon Teas

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 Jon Stout (June 14, 2007)  One of the most delicious blends of tea is vanilla jasmine. There are many varieties of vanilla jasmine tea since it could be made from any type of tea. While jasmine tea has traditionally been made from green tea, vanilla jasmine tea is found as often made from black tea as green. And, you may even be able to find this delicious blend in white and oolong tea. Vanilla jasmine tea is .. (Tea)




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