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Find out what is the right tea for you.
Find out what is the right tea for you.

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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Acai tea is made from a berry that is native to South America: “açaí”. This purple berry is about 1-1.5cm, but in spite of its small size it is packed with vitamins and antioxidants. This makes acai infusions healthy beverages that you can enjoy. Find out more at: https://www.therighttea.com/acai-tea.html
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Did you know that almost all of the tea produced in Kenya is black tea? It is largely exported for blending with other black teas from other parts of the world.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Wormwood tea may be used as an insecticide, helping your body to rid itself of intestinal parasites. It also has other health benefits that you can learn about here: https://www.therighttea.com/wormwood-tea.html
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Chai is the Indian word for tea, so it is redundant to say Chai tea as it is like you would be saying “tea tea”. People will often say Chai tea so as to refer to the specific kind of beverage that is made in India using tea, milk and spices. Learn more about it here: https://www.therighttea.com/chai-tea.html
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Use herbal teas in a safe way by getting a diagnosis from your doctor and then adjusting your infusion intake according to the severity of your problem and your body weight, your age and overall physical condition.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Did you know that it took years for the English to first recognize that tea plants growing wild in the Assam region were the same as the tea plants that they brought over from China to establish tea estates in the northern parts of India?
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Did you know that any tea even if it has gone through rigorous decaffeination processes, cannot be labeled as “caffeine free”? As long as it contains leaves from the camellia sinensis plant, it can only be labeled as “decaffeinated”. There is always bound to be traces of caffeine in your tea.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Echinacea tea is well known for its healing properties. Drinking a cup of this tea when the first symptoms of a cold hit may help to reduce duration of illness and let you get back on your feet much quicker. Find out more about this herbal tea here: https://www.therighttea.com/echinacea-tea.html
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Apply cooled wild strawberry tea to your skin to help bring relief to your eczema. Make sure to first apply on a small portion of skin to test for allergic reactions. This herbal infusion is said to help heal burns or wounds, or simply take the redness from sunburn. Take a bath infused in these fabulous berries.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Did you know that even though tea plants grew wild in India tea was rarely consumed? To help grow the industry, the British created a domestic market by promoting tea breaks for workers in the tea factories. Today India is among the largest consumers of tea in the world.
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