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Ginger tastes good in it’s various forms. What’s interesting about ginger is that it tastes amazing yet is also on your side in terms of health. People talk of different foods having varying health benefits. Ginger has various “un-detectable” benefits as with many healthy foods. In our culture people want to feel good immediately though, and that’s why many tea drinkers and non-tea drinkers a like brew ginger at home on a regular basis. It’s immediate benefit is it’s frequent ability to sooth nausea and inflammation. Many people experience both after a night of light to heavy drinking. It’s a nice night cap, or way to wake up. We have several ginger products including Republic of tea’s ginger peach black, and ginger matcha powder. Also popular lately among people who love it’s taste is Harney and son’s organic ginger from their Deepak Chopra series. Each package comes as a nice little tin, suitable as a gift to a loved one, or as a gift to yourself. We highly recommend keeping a box at home for those less than stellar moments when you need a boost.
Dear Tea lovers,
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Jean Luc Picard aka Captain Picard from Star Trek drinks Earl Grey. Have you enjoyed Earl Grey yet?
Hello awesome people,
Did you know Tea contains a very beneficial supplement called L-theanine?
A study published in 2003 showed that the immune system of tea drinkers was higher than that of coffee drinkers, this is thought to be because of the L-theanine. L-theanine is a non-essential natural amino acid which can help improve mood, reduce stress, and help focus particularly when combined with caffeine. According to experts who've done their research, L-theanine is thought to increase alpha wave brain activity. This is the kind of brain activity when your mind is alert, but not stressed. The supposed most desirable awake state. So mix up your drink cycle by exploring some new teas. L-theanine is in all white, green, and black tea. More information is available about L-theanine here http://www.ltheanine.net/