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The Story Of Barley Tea

Barley (Hordeum Vulgare) is one of the most produced grains on earth. We primarily use it to make food for livestock and as one of the ingredients in beer. However, in East Asian countries like

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The Story Of Mushroom Tea

While the mushroom is a popular ingredient in many of our daily meals, and it has historically been linked to improving health, we in the Western world don’t often consider it as something we drink.

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The Story Of Tienchi Herbal Tea

Some of the most well-known teas in the world, like rooibos, mate or Jasmine tea are not actually “true” teas made from the Camellia Sinensis plant. Rather, these herbal teas, or tisanes, are teas made

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How is the herbal tea trend doing?

Daniela from the tea blog Tea Cachai is studying to become a herbalist. She sees a new trend since COVID. “I’ve seen many people turn to tea and particularly herbal tea, as a new habit. Tea

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Green Tea: The Dark Years

Improved brain function, protection against cancer or heart disease, a stronger immune system, accelerated fat loss, improved longevity, with alleged health benefits like these. Why would anyone not want to drink green tea? Well, it

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The story of ‘healing’ ginger tea

Although technically a herbal-based beverage, ginger tea seems to be growing in popularity in recent years, mainly because of its long history of proposed healing properties. To trace the origins of ginger tea we must

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How can tea reduce stress?

The potential healing properties of tea has again become a hot-button topic in recent years. Considering this increasingly complex world of ours, rife with personal and social upheaval, and now a global pandemic to contend

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