Tea is a concentrated source of antioxidants; the compound directly related to the vast array of purported health benefits found in tea. Whether you’re looking to lose weight, lower cholesterol, soothe a stomach or fight the flu season; the Chinese and Japanese have been prescribing tea as remedy for centuries. To help you navigate some of the health claims, we’ve gathered for you some of the most commonly suggested health benefits* for your easy reference:

 

Tea Varieties

Suggested Health Benefits*:

White

Green

Black

Oolong

Pu’erh

Maté

Rooibos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boosts the immune system

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Helps prevent cancer growth

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Preserves youth

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Increases Metabolism

 

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Suppresses Appetite

 

 

 

 

 

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Lowers Cholesterol

 

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Aids in Digestion

 

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Regulates Blood Sugar

 

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Stimulate Circulation

 

 

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Healthy skin, teeth & bones

 

 

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Alleviates aches and pains

 

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Banishes fatigue

 

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Stimulates mental clarity

 

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Gets rid of bad breath

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Caffeine Content:

30% compared to a cup of coffee

100%

0%

The health benefits of herbal and wellness teas depend on the specific blends, but one thing is for sure – they’re all 100% caffeine-free!  Ask our in-house Tea Sommelier for full details on each particular blend.

 

* We are tea connoisseurs, not certified naturopaths. We’ve gained most of our knowledge through our family elders, research and experimentation. This list of health benefits is based on ancestral hearsay and our own conclusions.