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Four little known tea secrets to boost your immunity, increase health, and live a more vibrant life. ...

Four little known tea secrets to boost your immunity, increase health, and live a more vibrant life.
Four tea secrets that let you see just how powerful a tea habit can be.
Here are four tea facts from a master tea formulator - some of these things you'll want to share with friends and loved ones.
Discover the health power in tea with these four tea facts that don't seem to make the news here. Visit: http://www.tearecipe.org/

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    • Four Amazing Tea SecretsEveryone knows that tea is good for you, but few know some of the best kept tea secrets in the nation.Here are four tea secrets that are sure to make a huge difference in your life:1. Scoby TeaScoby, when I first hear of it I thought that it is a name of a wine! However, unlike Lavender Tea or PeppermintTea, Scoby is a type of yeast that can be used to brew a healthy beverage called Kombucha. Some boasted thatthis drink has the amazing powder of fighting cancer by detoxifying the body. This article shows you what Scobyand Kombucha about. First thing first, what is Scoby?What Is ScobyA student from UW-Madison gave us a general definition of Scoby; andKombucha, I learned shortly thereafter, is sweetened tea that has been fermented using a symbiotic culture ofbacteria and yeast (also known as a SCOBY). It is then separated from the Scoby and resealed to becomecarbonated. Full of good bacteria, Kombucha is said to be good for digestion and enhancing immunity.Is it cool? A Scoby that contains good bacteria and yeast can be used to turn a Tea into a drink that is good fordigestion and boost immune system! Take a look at its health benefits.Scoby - Health Benefits Of KombuchaHere are the health benefits of Kombucha listed below provided by Scoby fan Kristen:One of the kombucha’s greatest health benefit is its ability to detox the body. Thus reducing your pancreatic loadand easing the burden on your liver.Kombucha is very high in Glucaric acid, and recent studies have shown that glucaric acid helps preventcancer. Even Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the recently deceased Russian author and nobel-prize winner, in hisautobiography, claimed that kombucha tea cured his stomach cancer during his internment in soviet labor camps.Next, it contains glucosamines that prevent or treat all forms of arthritis.The fact that it’s a probiotic beverage, such as improving digestion, fighting candida (harmful yeast) overgrowth,reducing or eliminating the symptoms of fibromyalgia, depression, anxiety, etc, adds more remarks to its healthbenefits.Plus, it’s extraordinarily anti-oxidant rich, and you all know the benefits of anti-oxidants for boosting your immunesystem and energy levels.Even though there are many health benefits in drinking Kombucha Tea, its potential side effects can not beneglected!Read more: http://www.tearecipe.org/1563/scoby/#ixzz2COCeTPxY
    • 2. Pickwick TeaHave you ever had Pickwick Tea? Chances are that you have since Pickwick Tea has a wide selection of tea andflavours. My first experience with Pickwick Tea was quite interesting. One day when I went to a local store to buygroceries, a kid ran through besides me and a box of Pickwick Green Tea dropped on the ground from the shelf ofthe tea section. I picked it up and thought that it was meant to me to try it out. So I did! And since then, Pickwick Teaowns a part of my Tea Chest. So what is Pickwick Tea? You might wonder.What Is Pickwick TeaA Pickwick Tea fan from a coffee shop told me thatPickwick is a brand with an impressive history. Since 1753, Pickwick has become a strong, international tea brand.A tasteful brand that offers pure and natural products to enjoy at any moment of the day. Across the world, millionsof people daily enjoy one of the different and delicious Pickwick tea blends.Yes, Pickwick Tea is a brand name and nowadays it is becoming more and more popular. Actually, Pickwick Teahas a history.Read more: http://www.tearecipe.org/1376/pickwick-tea/
    • 3. Grapefruit TeaAre we talking about Grapefruit Benefits? Yes! Do you love what grapefruit can do for you? It’s not just a greatchoice to go with raspberry leaf tea – Grape fruit is not only juicy and delicious; it also provides a ton of healthbenefits. Many people like to have grape fruit as part of their breakfast, I think that’s a brilliant idea – nourish thebody with all the awesome Grapefruit Benefits first thing in the morning. In fact, grape fruit was oncecalled ”forbidden fruit”!Grapefruit Benefits – The Forbidden FruitAs it describes in Wikipedia,the grapefruit (Citrus × paradisi) is a subtropical citrus tree known for its bitter fruit, an 18th-century hybrid first bredin Barbados. When found, it was named the “forbidden fruit”; and it has also been misidentified with the pomelo orshaddock (C. maxima), one of the parents of this hybrid, the other being sweet orange (C. × sinensis).Well, this kid of pomelo and orange does have something to offer.Grapefruit BenefitsThe researcher of Grapefruit Benefits, Carol, reveals thatThe World’s Healthiest Foods notes that while all colors of grapefruit carry a wealth of health benefits, red grapefruitmay be most beneficial of all. Low in calories, high in fiber and phytonutrients, grapefruit is a healthy dietary choice.If you take prescription medications, especially statin drugs, avoid undesirable interactions by consulting yourdoctor before eating grapefruit.Read more: http://www.tearecipe.org/1814/grapefruit-benefits/
    • 4. Yellow TeaHave you ever seen this amazing view that the Yellow Tea leaves look like needles hanging up-side-down andfloating just beneath the water in a glass? That fascinated me the first time when I had Jun Shan Yin Zhen YellowTea. And since then, I would make Yellow Tea every time when friends come over to add some “WOW” factor andenjoy our conversations.Let’s take a look at the history of Yellow Tea.Yellow Tea HistoryOne tea expert from an international tea store shares with us thatlike most techniques for making tea, there are arguments over the exact beginnings of the yellow tea style.Although there is a long history in these regions of producing Green Tea, it’s speculated that yellow tea only beganto be produced in the early Qing Dynasty (1644-1912). Yellow teas are made for the appreciation of locals andhave never had a broad market presence. Growing out of an elaboration of Green Tea techniques, the process formaking yellow tea is time consuming and difficult. Thus for the thousand kinds of Green Tea, there are only threekinds of yellow tea that survive today. In industry terms, yellow teas produced to be green are referred to as LuZhen or Green Needle, conversely yellow teas produced in their original style are typed Huang Zhen or YellowNeedle.Read more: http://www.tearecipe.org/1387/yellow-tea/SummaryIf this tea briefing has you interested in the many health benefits available fromthe large number of teas available, you can get more information at tea recipe.