4 Benefits of Drinking Tea Daily and Why Organic Whole Leaf Tea Matters

By August 25, 2017January 13th, 2018Tea

Have you had a chance to dine in and try one of our specialty organic teas?

If not, stop in TODAY – you don’t know what you’re missing!

We use only USDA certified organic whole leaf teas, served in an 18oz infuser, so you can enjoy the highest quality with more flavor, aroma, antioxidants, and polyphenols.

Why Certified Organic Whole Leaf Tea?

The answer is rather quite simple – we at Thai Street Kitchen care about you and our environment.

It has been proven that synthetic pesticides and chemicals used in conventional growing methods are being transferred to our groundwater, streams, rivers, and lakes daily. Organic teas are free of synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides. Organically grown teas sustain the health of the soil, ecosystem, and the people who consume them through natural growing practices.

Drinking our tea you can rest assured the small farms are being supported, workers are being treated fairly, the environment and its consumers are not unnecessarily being exposed to the harmful chemicals used in conventional production practices.

What is Tea?

Tea is the process of drying herbal leaves and infusing them in water. Most teas on the market today are herbal infusions made up of dried flowers, stems, roots, and leaves.

4 Main Types: white, black, green, and oolong. The difference in these teas is how they are harvested and/or dried. The darker the tea the more processing it has undergone thus, stripping it of some of the beneficial nutrients.

4 Benefits of Drinking Tea Daily: There are many healing health benefits to drinking tea. Today, we are sharing just a few of them….

  • Increase immune system health via antioxidants – research has shown that people who drink green tea on a regular basis are less likely to fall ill due to the common bacterial and viral infections. The Catechins present in green tea help ward off bacteria and virus preventing them from attaching to important cell wall thus, normally resulting in an illness.
  • Antidepressant and Fatigue Fighter – tea is a great energizer. The alkaloids, tannin, and caffeine are a very quick efficient natural stimulant. It can almost instantly eliminate fatigue and boost one’s mood.  It has been thought that the slow sipping process or the L-Theanine alone can increase one’s overall brain alertness.
  • Naturally Detoxifying – give your body an added boost by adding some lemon. Tea has been found to be one of the best cures for an undesirable hangover or late night snack food binge. Help your body getting things moving and eliminate those unwanted toxins from your system.
  • Gums and Teeth – when tea is consumed without sugar it has been found to have a strong astringent property. The tannin in tea is an alkaloid and helps neutralize the access acids that maybe present on one’s teeth/gums.

Tannin has also been found to not only help strengthen gums but has also been found to strengthen hair roots when applied externally.

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Jenny Irvine

Author Jenny Irvine

Jenny Irvine is a homeschool mom of four little ones; a mompreneur, self starter, visionary, creative mind, and an overall lover of all life's blessings. Jenny writes and speaks about raising a happy, healthy family, real food, gluten free living, homesteading, homeschooling , homemaking, and social media marketing. Media marketing is a self born passion, interest, and skill. With a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Science - building relationships, helping others achieve success, and using the internet for good truly lies at the heart of Jenny's mission. At present Jenny freelance writes, coaches, and manages media marketing for businesses of all sizes. You can connect with Jenny at jennyirvine.com

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