A new tea review

Ok, so I'm raving about about a new tea I bought at Sostrene Grene by Anna and Claras. In store or online you can find their wide variety of loose leaf teas. Today I tried out their eldaflower tea, which is one of the best teas I have ever smelt, not to mind the beautiful... Continue Reading →

Rooibos Tea

It is by no means impossible to live the high antioxidant lifestyle, we all should practise taking in foods, herbs and teas that will protect your body in many ways, reduce the risk of various chronic and degenerative diseases and  improve your overall wellbeing. As Hippocrates remarked in his credo “Let thy food be thy... Continue Reading →

Rose Tea

These flowers make a soft fragrant brew that is light-tasting, and refreshing. Often, rose tea is brewed from whole petals of roses that have matured or young buds. Rose tea can help relieve some of the symptoms of menstruation such as cramping, according to the 2005 study published in the “Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health.”... Continue Reading →

Trending matcha is here to stay!

Short introduction to matcha green tea. Matcha is all about having more energy than you thought possible, repressing hunger, feeling energetic, sleeping a full night again as well as shifting some unwanted weight! you can get too much of a good thing, I recommend look for organic and good quality matcha, and enjoy it in... Continue Reading →

Parsley Tea 

  My Experience  When taking my 2nd dose of antibiotics for a kidney infection, I was desperate to kick it. After trying so many remedies, I finally found an effective one, parsley tea ! listed in a herbal in an old herbal book, it was a lucky find. This Tea has numerous health benifits and... Continue Reading →

Honey and Cinnamon

  This is the perfect easy and tasty  accompaniment that will work wonders with most herbal teas and has many health benefits. My favorite tea to have it with is mint and sage. This mixture can be stirred into your favorite cup of herbal brew or served as a small side to eat along side... Continue Reading →

Ultimate Healthy Pu-erh

  Pu-erh the basics Pu-erh or Pu'er is a variety of fermented and aged dark tea produced in the Yunnan province, China. It is famous for its heath giving benefits. The tea has low caffeine levels along with a rich and unique flavour. Due to the addition of an ancient bacterial culture, which involves adding old... Continue Reading →

Garden Tea Darjeeling

    A short Introduction to Darjeeling. Darjeeling is harvested over 4 seasons. This rich bodied tea comes from the Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India. Grown in approximately 86 individual gardens or estates, Singbulli being the most rendition.  This tea plant is composed of many pretty buds, it has a distinctive floral scent. This brew is... Continue Reading →

Christmas Left Over Tea.

  Do you still have your Christmas tree hanging around ?  Since the start of time we have been using various plants for medicine, and we all know the healing properties of many teas and infusions. Both spruce and pine needles have a high vitamin content, in particular vitamin C.  This tea is perfect for... Continue Reading →

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