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What’s your Cup of Tea?



Amazing Health Benefits of White, Green, Black and Oolong Tea’s!

  1. Fights Cancer
  2. Boosts Immunity
  3. Prevents Heart Disease
  4. Stimulates the Nervous system 
  5. Stimulates Brain function & protects Brain Cells
  6. Regulates Glucose levels
  7. Increases Bone Density
  8. Fights Fat absorption helping to accelerate weight loss
  9. Aids in Digestion
  10. Keeps you hydrated
  11. Lowers Stress Hormone levels
  12. Eases Irritabilty, Headaches, Nervous Tension & Insomnia

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The Power of Tea

Green Tea

Vitamins in Tea:

  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) – Helps build energy by converting energy from food. Promotes better appetite and digestion. Also needed for growth and reproduction.

  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) – Breaks down proteins, fats & carbohydrates to produce energy. Keeps skin, eyes, mouth and hair in good condition. Promotes natural immunity.

  • Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) – Helps maintain healthy brain function.  Helps to breakdown and digest proteins. Helps in forming red blood cells.

  • Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) – Heals wounds and mends fractures. Aids the immune system in fighting bacteria, virus’s and infections. An antihistamine helping with stuffy nose & cough.  Enhances production of collagen.

  • Vitamin K (Phytonadione) – Prevents blood clotting and helps build bone metabolism.  Helps prevent calcification on tissues.  Helps lower inflammation flareups.

  • Vitamin A (Carotene) – Essential for good eyesight and healthy skin.  Helps bone metabolism and the immune functions.

  • Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) – Aids in vital functions like red blood cell formation and energy production.  Plays a role in restricting defects during pregnancy.  Helps in growth and maintenance of muscle tissue.  Also known for treating anxiety & depression.


 Minerals in Tea:

  • Manganese – Vital for growth and the body’s formation of bone, reproduction and carbohydrate metabolism.

  • Potassium – Essential for nerve function, muscle contraction, and maintaining normal blood pressure.

  • Zinc – Essential for the development of reproductive organs, helps to heal wounds, aids in taste sensation and and regulates metabolism.

  • Fluoride– Protects bone and tooth enamel.