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Organic tea is often a good choice than other tea when it comes to your daily tea routine. What is organic tea? Although it can seem confusing to many people, especially those not used to drinking organic teas, organic tea has many benefits. You should know the downsides before making the switch. Organic tea is much more antioxidant-rich than regular tea.

Many people don't realize that many essential nutrients have been removed from plants grown with pesticides or other chemicals. This makes them more vulnerable to environmental pollutants and free radical damage. However, you can still get the nutrients and antioxidants from organic tea. Research has shown that people who drink organic tea live longer than those who consume caffeine-loaded products. Antioxidants play an essential role in many bodily functions, as well as diseases. In this article we will see different types of organic tea you should try once such organic green tea, organic  white tea, organic nettle tea ,organic oolong tea, organic Ice Tea. 

 

Benefits of Organic Tea

 

All ages people love organic tea. Organic tea is a popular choice for weight loss and health issues. Most people drink organic or commercial tea because they are healthier and more affordable. Most people don't know about the health advantages of organic coffee.

Organic products, including tea, are grown without pesticides, insecticides, or other synthetic chemicals. Green tea gardeners are many people who grow organic products. They plant their plants and harvest the plants without pesticides. The plants are still harvested to satisfy a demand for organically-grown products. These crops are then shipped to retail shops and processed in factories.

Pesticide residue is one of the most important and delicious benefits of organic food. To ensure that our food crops grow and produce, many pesticides and fertilizers are applied to them, even if they were grown naturally. The crops are treated during harvesting with herbicides, not just tea, but pesticides to kill bugs. Pesticides have been linked with many health issues and cancers. You have a lower chance of developing cancer if you avoid these chemicals.

Teas are naturally rich in antioxidants. The powerful antioxidants found in green teas, such as flavonoids and polyphenols, protect the body from free radicals caused by oxidation and cellular damage. Free radicals can lead to premature aging and the weakening of the immune system. Green tea is known to have many health advantaged. It can lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Green tea also contains unique compounds that combat cancer cells.

Organic tea has many incredible benefits, including improving skin and brain function. The antioxidants found in tea include catechins and flavonoids as well as polyphenols. Antioxidants help improve skin and brain function. They prevent cell damage from UV radiation and reduce inflammation. This is associated with many age-related conditions like depression, Alzheimer's, and Parkinson's.

To make green juices, organic tea leaves can be steam or baked. These tea leaves can be added to smoothies or ice creams. They are delicious and can be used in place of sugary drinks because they taste so good. There are many fantastic health benefits to organic tea leaves. I encourage you to try organic tea leaves.

 

What is the Difference between Organic Tea and Conventional Tea?

 

Organic teas do not use pesticides or herbicides to grow the tea or process it after harvest. Farmers instead use natural methods to ensure a sustainable crop of tea, such as sticky or solar-powered bug catchers. This purity is what Fraser Tea strives to bring to every cup of tea -- a tea that you feel good about.

 

Contrary to conventional tea growers, non-organic teas may be grown using different types of chemicals. Tea made with pesticides or other chemicals can lead to a host of health problems. We know that you care about your health and the health of your family.

Tea components

We consider Organic Tea to be a mixture of tea leaves, herbs, fruits, spices, and any additional flavor. Our teas are truly organic because they contain all of these ingredients.

Tea Leaves

Fraser Tea sources only the best United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), certified organic teas from all over the globe.

Ingredients

We custom blend our blends to find the best organic teas and the freshest organic ingredients. Fraser Tea diligently searches the globe for certified organic fruits, vegetables, and herbs.

Flavor

Teas in the United States often contain artificial flavors, fillers and oils. It doesn't make sense to include organic teas and then uses "chemically enhanced flavors." We do not use artificial flavors or fillers. Only organic flavors and organic compliant flavors are used.

 

Types of Organic Tea

 

We are confident that you will find the perfect Fraser Tea for you, no matter how hot or cold you prefer.

 

1. Organic Green Tea

Camellia Sinensis leaves are used to make organic Green Tea. There are many nutrients in green tea, but the most important is Catechin Polyphenols. These are also known as Tannins. They contribute bitterness and astringency. There are four types of organic green tea.

1. Chamomile Radiance Tea

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When two classical soothing teas are united, you get an exceptional tea with a sheer calming character—made up of high-quality dehydrated Chamomile flowers and fresh organic Green Tea leaves. Chamomile Radiance is perfect for helping relieve anxiety. It also has a widely accepted reputation in relaxing nerves – aiding people to deal with depression.

Chamomile tea has been an essential European herbal tea for centuries. It is known to be a wonder herb with numerous health benefits, from relieving anxiety to calming frayed nerves, treating stomach problems, relieving muscle spasms, treating skin conditions and mild infections, gum inflammation, helping with Insomnia, clearing acne, soothing minor first-degree burns, stomach ulcers, etc.

 

2. Immunity Elixir Tea

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Himalayan Treasure's Immunity Elixir is an herbal concoction that helps build a shield of antibodies to fight the dreadful antigens. Ashwagandha, an ancient medicinal herb, helps relieve physical and mental anxiety and overcome depression. Some studies suggest that Ginger and Turmeric could help decrease inflammation markers, relieve chronic pain, reduce nausea, and improve immune function. Black Pepper or 'Black Diamond' has antimicrobial properties. Amla, Fennel, and Giloy are known to cure a cold and flu. Tulsi, on the other hand, helps your body fight free radicals and keeps your cells healthy. Immunity Elixir is a pack of all-in-one benefits.

 

3. Green Tea for skin and hair

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Himalayan Treasure's Rejuvenating White/ Green Tea is an all herbal concoction that has been consciously formulated to benefit the drinkers by giving them long, luscious, healthy-looking hair and glowing skin.

Green tea consists of potent antioxidants that help discard damaged skin cells and generate new skin cells. Green tea is a powerful antibacterial agent for treating acne and unclogging pores. On the other hand, Orange contains vitamin C that adds natural shine and bounce to your curly hair. Rose Petals help in maintaining the skin's pH levels and control the activity of sebum production. It is infamously regarded as an Antioxidant Powerhouse. Kudzu Root is an ancient therapeutic herb that eliminates irregularities and promotes even skin tone.

 

4. Anti Oxidant Toner

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Himalayan Treasure's specialty Antioxidant Toner is consciously crafted to supply antioxidants and support overall health. We combine our blend of Green Tea with Garcinia Cambogia Extract, which provides naturally potent antioxidants. Hibiscus leaves add bright citrus flavor, while Star Anise and Valerian Arjun Bark lend sweet, peppery, and floral notes.

Research studies worldwide have shown that Nettle Tea and its diuretic effect decreases bloated 'water weight,' resulting in streamlining and slimming the body. Valerian Arjun Bark, on the other hand, improves the symptoms of heart failure. Revitalize your body with a fragrant cup of Antioxidant Toner and notice the effects.

 

 

2. Organic Oolong Tea

Organic Oolong tea can be described as a traditional Chinese beverage. It is made from Camellia sinensis leaves, which are the same plants that make black Tea and Green Tea. Certain enzymes in tea leaves cause oxidation. Oxidation is what gives green tea leaves a dark color. We offer two types of organic Oolong tea.

 

1. Botanical Oolong Tea

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This handcrafted Rose Oolong tea is a blend of Organic Oolong tea and Rose petals. This tea is perfect for those looking for sweet and smooth flavored tea, which complements the soul and body.

It is the best detox tea that helps to get ride-off the impurities in our body. This tea is also suitable for regulating blood circulation and nourishment of the skin.

 

2. Ginger Lemongrass Oolong Tea

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This handcrafted organic Oolong tea is the best choice for Oolong tea lovers. This tea is light, flowery, and smooth, which refreshes both mind and body. The traditional Chinese beverage Oolong tea acts by accelerating metabolism, improving fat mobilization, preventing fat cell proliferation, and maintaining weight loss. Energized and Refreshing handcrafted Ginger Lemongrass Oolong tea is perfect for those we need more; get up and go to revive the spirit with a harmonious and refreshing cup of tea. This classic combination blends the Organic Oolong tea with refreshing Lemongrass and Ginger pods perfectly. Try this unique blend with fruit flavor and sweet taste. Oolong is said to be a helpful aid to weight loss. Lemongrass helps in cleans the skin, and Ginger has a digestive effect on our body.

 

3. Organic Ice Tea

Organic Iced Tea is a type of cold tea. It is usually served in a glass filled with ice but can also refer to any tea that's been chilled or cooled. You can sweeten it with syrup, sugar, or apple slices. Iced tea can also be made with syrup or apple slices.

1. Revitalizing Green Tea

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It is perfect for making Ice Teas. You will love this awakening and delightful hand chose blend Roselle flower, Sun-Dried Mint Leaves, and Organic Green Tea. Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) is a species of Hibiscus. This tea has a fruity menthol flavor with a luscious tangy aftertaste. It is a 100% caffeine-free tea with a digestive benefit. This drink helps in boosting metabolism and is very popular with those with high blood pressure and diabetes.

 

4. Organic White tea

Organic White Tea is considered to be the finest variety of tea because it has been minimally processed. When the tea plant's leaves have opened fully, the young buds are still covered in fine white hairs. This is why white tea is called "white tea."

 

1. Silver Needle White Tea

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100% organic, hand-plucked, and shade dried whole leaf silver needle white tea is Himalayan Treasure's most superior Tea with a smooth character. Rich and delicate white tea leaves will bring peace to your mind. Our small-scale tea growers from upper Assam hand-plucked high-quality tips to make this premium, high-quality special White Tea. This limited edition exotic liquor is commemorated for its light and pleasing floral after taste.

 

5. Organic Nettle tea

Organic Nettle tea is made from the leaves of the stinging nettle plant and infused with hot water. It can taste similar to vegetable broth and may have a mild or strong flavor depending on its concentration. One way to consume nettle is to steep the leaves in tea.

 

 

1. Morning Energy Tea

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Detox, recover & restore your body with a holistic blend of active Ginger, Clove & 100% pure Nettle Tea extracts. Blended with the homegrown Mint leaves, it'll leave you rejuvenated in the morning. Nettle tea helps the body process and flush away detrimental toxins. It flushes the kidneys and bladder to prevent and soothe urinary tract infections. It is a potent antioxidant that has been shown to build the immune system. On the other hand, Ginger is rich in macro vitamins such as Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, and Calcium. Coupled with the age-old spices like Ginger and Clove that help aid digestion and thereby revving up the body's metabolism.

 

2. Ayurvedic Rush Tea

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According to Ayurveda, Nettles serves as an excellent nourishing tonic. Nettle works as a general tonic that provides energy, vigor, and vitality by stimulating metabolism and reinvigorating the body. It is a potent antioxidant that has been shown to build the immune system and is rich in macro vitamins such as Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, and Calcium.

Chamomile Extracts and Tulsi help promote sleep, reducing stress & anxiety by calming your nerves, helping people deal with Insomnia. Additionally, Ayurveda also recognizes the sacred nature of tulsi. Its Sanskrit name translates as 'the incomparable one.' Well, now let us drown ourselves in the lap of Ayurveda and enjoy this healthy cup of nutrients.

 

3. Wellness infusion Tea

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A delightfully soft cup packed with flavors from an array of spices. Sweet notes from Turmeric and Mint are uplifted by refreshing Ginger. With undertones of tulsi, this holistic tisane is the perfect way to calm your body and mind.

Chamomile is infamously regarded as a stress absorbent. Nettle Extracts increase energy without increasing the blood sugar levels of the body. Nettle is a potent antioxidant that has been shown to build the immune system. On the other hand, Ginger is rich in macro vitamins such as Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, and Calcium.

Mint refreshes the mind and body hence resulting in improving the functioning of the brain. Tulsi, the sacred ayurvedic herb blended with Turmeric and Ginger, are influential immune system builders. Curcumin is an element found in Turmeric, which is believed to be a potent immunity booster. Our Turmeric contains the highest percentage of Curcumin, of about 3%.

 

Hope you like our all organic teas. Give them a try and you will find many changes in your health because they give you good energy and many health benefits.

 

 

 

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