Ancient China is the birthplace of tea almost 5000 years ago. The golden age of tea started during the Tang Dynasty.
It was the favourite drink of emperors. It was the subject of books and poetry and a medium for artists.
At one point China held a virtual monopoly on the world’s tea trees making tea one of the three essential export goods. This gave China a great deal of power and economic influence as tea drinking spread around the world.
In 1600 the Dutch traders brought large quantities of tea to Europe. In 1661 Great Britain was...
My Homemade Masala Chai Recipe
In a saucepan add 2 mugs boiling water.
Boil for 2 minutes.
Add 2 teaspoons of Organic Assam Tea and boil for 2 more minutes.
Add 2 tablespoons of evaporated canned milk and boil until frothy.
Strain and serve.
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Camomile tea is made from dried camomile flowers and contains contains chemicals called flavonoids. These flavonoids pay a key role in camomiles medicinal effects.
people with severe allergies should avoid camomile.
sleep and relaxation
treat cold symptoms
Sleep 😴 and relax teas
Jet lag asleep tea
Sleep Lullaby tea
Ginger is one of the few superfoods. Ginger is loaded with nutrients and is one of the healthiest spice on the planet. Ginger contains gingerol which has many medicinal properties.
Avoid ginger - if you suffer from blood disorders or certain medications.
Inhibit the growth of bacteria, linked to inflammatory diseases in the gums
Known to be effective in reducing
Muscle pain and soreness
Many forms of nausea
Ginger Black Tea
German Gingerbread Tea
Ginger Green Tea
It symbolizes general longevity, courage and strength.
May help with digestive problems
May treat bad breath
Has anti inflammatory and antibacterial effects