Health Benefits of Chamomile Tea

Chamomile has a stellar reputation for healing, and with good reason. The Tea is prepared from dried flowers and it brings an oasis of calm and tranquility. Referred to as Babune ka Phal in Hindi the beautiful Chamomile flower is native to Asia, Europe, Australia and North America, and blooms during the early summer months.

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How green tea helps you to lose weight

If you like tea, and you like healthy beverage options, you’ve joined the ranks of millions of others around the world who are enjoying a cup on any given day. Green Tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet. Popularly known as the best tea for weight-loss, Green Tea is loaded with antioxidants and various substances

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Health Benefits of Green Tea

Green tea has been accepted the world over for its health benefits. Unsweetened brewed green tea has zero calories. If you are a calorie conscious individual, that’s simply powerful. Green tea contains flavonols and catechins (a type of polyphenols) that offer many great benefits. Why Should You Drink Green Tea? Let us tell you why,

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Around the World in a Tea Cup

The origin and consumption of tea on a large scale is what unites various nations on the context of their beverage consumption, but what individualizes them, is the various practices associated with tea, which, are exclusive to each country and have popularized as well as modernized since decades. This article focuses on 4 extremely different

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The Seven Wonders of Tea

Tea is indeed a magical elixir. Ask a regular who starts his day with a cuppa and they will tell you why! It not only acts as a stimulant that energizes you but, it is also known to promote weight loss, improve mood and prevent a host of ailments, among other things. The most beneficial

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Benefits of Black Tea

There are many teas available in the markets across the world.Some of the finest and most reputed varieties originate from the Indian regions like Assam, Darjeeling, and Nilgiri. Yet many of us prefer to have the classic black tea to soothe ourselves as it has several benefits for body and mind. All different varieties of teas – green,

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The Beauty of a Pyramid Tea Bag

Stir your mind with a perfect combination. Envisage the distinct flavour, the smooth taste of perfectly steeped tea with the amazing convenience of a tea bag. Enrich your tea drinking experience with an innovative type of tea brewing. Forget conventional tea bags, the pyramid tea bags are here to set a new trend.   There

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Zaira Tea | A trip for Assam tea

Assam enjoys the distinction of being the world’s largest tea-plantation state. The home to the origin of Indian Tea some 165 years ago, the full-bodied and malty flavored Assam Tea is relished by tea drinkers the world over. Black tea is a specialty of this region that all tea drinkers love to sip. When you sip Assam Tea

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Tea Meditation – Tasteful Zen

We are constantly juggling between our personal and professional lives, rarely stopping to look around and take everything in. Every now and then, every individual needs a little time to sit back and find some comfort and peace from the daily humdrum of life. This is why Meditation is so important for each one of

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Brewing the Perfect Cup for Yourself

Brewing the perfect cup of tea is an art, acquired over time and perfected with attention and knowledge. One wouldn’t say there’s a wrong way to brew tea, but it’s not as easy as you think. Knowing how to brew tea correctly makes all the difference between an incredible experience and an unremarkable one. So

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Chai and its Spices

One of the most popular concoctions of tea, Masala Chai – a combination of black tea and milk with a heady combination of herbs and spices is how most Indians, like me, start their day.   Masala Chai is available everywhere – from the roadside chai stalls to the upper crust restaurants across the country.

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It’s always Tea Time in India

Almost everyone is familiar with the term “teatime” – a fancy post lunch /early evening which emerged as a social event during the Victorian period.  According to the accepted legend, the seventh duchess of Bedford, Ann Maria Russel — and her hunger pangs — created the afternoon tea tradition. While the idea of tea time

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Teas from Around the World

It was in 2737 BC when dried tea leaves fell into a pot of water. The Chinese emperor and herbalist, Shennong drank this accidental infusion and found it very refreshing. Known for its medicinal properties tea became very popular in the 3rd century AD. It gained popularity amongst the Chinese and Japanese monks and priests

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