10 Awesome Non-Beauty Uses of Used Tea Bags

Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world after water. It’s very easy and convenient to make a cup of tea, due to the invention of disposable tea bags. Just drop a tea bag in a cup of hot water, let it steep for a few minutes and Continue Reading

GreenTea – Tea Shop WordPress Theme

“I’m not addicted to tea, we are just in a committed relationship.” You all will agree to me. Make your teas business more popular. If you are an owner of Tea Store and thinking of developing a website for it. Then, GreenTea WordPress Theme is a perfect platform to promote Continue Reading

Tokyo Tea Recipe – TheFNDC.com

Marokkói mentatea / Moroccan mint tea / Atay b na3na3

Moroccan mint tea Ingredients: 1/2 liter boiling water… 3-4 tablespoon sugar…. 1-2 tablespoon gunpowder green tea 1 handful of fresh mint, washed I do not have fresh one at the terrace, I found this in the shop. Pour one cup of boiling water to the teapot. Pour it out, it Continue Reading

Weight Loss Results from Drinking Green Tea

What do you think of the purported weight loss results from drinking green tea? It is certainly healthier than drinking diet soda, coffee with butter in it or energy drinks. If you drink green tea, you’re replacing unhealthy beverages with a healthy one. I heard it aids weight loss via Continue Reading

Nutrition for Runners: Green Tea (Part 1)

In one of my previous videos I summarized the research which found a link between green tea consumption and stronger bones, that video is linked down below in the description box, but more research is being churned out, increasingly recognizing the strong starring role green tea may play in axing Continue Reading

Growing Tea Plants – A bit Slow in Australia (Camellia Sinensis)

This is “Tea” which is what we usually drink as black tea or green tea. Camellia Sinensis so you can see it’s a Camellia from the flowers which are very like a ornamental flowering Camellia and these are the seeds. The little seed pods so they have quite hard woody Continue Reading

Red tea or black tea? A brief history of tea classification

Why “Black tea” is Red Tea. Translation mistakes. Hello, dear friends, greetings from Hunan Province, south of Anhua. Right now we are walking through the canyon which is located not far from the ancient tea horse road chámǎgǔdào. the Chámǎgǔdào) linked southwest China with India via Tibet. Similar to the Continue Reading