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Nettle tea consists of the leaves from the stinging nettle plant infused in hot water. It tastes similar to vegetable broth and can have a mild or strong taste depending on the concentration. Soaking nettle leaves in tea is one way to consume nettle

Rich in Antioxidants, helps Maintain Urinary Track Health, Blood Sugar Management, Arthritis and pain and has the power of polyphenols. Polyphenols play a role in the prevention and management of chronic diseases related to inflammation, such as diabetes, obesity, cancer, and heart disease.

  • Water temperature: 75-80º Celsius
  • Dosage: 2.5-3 grams of tea
  • Amount of water: 150-200 ml
  • Steeping time: 80,120,180, 300 seconds
  • Re-steeping: 3-4 times

METHOD
We suggest that you always use freshly boiled water cooled down to a proper temperature. Use suitable teaware and cover the teapot or teacup when brewing. Preheat your teapot. To discover the delicate subtleness of each tea always follow the instructions, and feel free to experiment with dosage, time or temperature when you get accustomed to the tea. Higher temperature, larger amounts of leaves and longer steeping time will result in stronger tea with more astringency. You can add sugar/honey and lemon to your tea, but we suggest that you try it straight first to enjoy it to the fullest.

100% organic tea producers focus on the harmony between their farms and nature. They don't overdo anything by using certain chemicals. On the contrary, conventional green tea uses synthetic pesticides, herbicides and many fertilisers harmful to both humans and nature. Choosing organic can be a very good option. Not only is organic food linked to a reduced risk of cancer[6], but by choosing organic you are also doing your part in keeping the planet healthier. The health benefits of organic tea should be higher, as there will be no synthetic pesticide or herbicide residue on the leaves.

Choosing organic can be a very good option. Not only is organic food linked to a reduced risk of cancer[6], but by choosing organic you are also doing your part in keeping the planet healthier. The health benefits of organic tea should be higher, as there will be no synthetic pesticide or herbicide residue on the leaves.

When it comes to tea bags vs. loose leaf tea, both have their own charm. That's not to say that tea bags don't make for a good cup of tea, they absolutely do and they have the same health benefits as well. A brew made of loose tea leaves caters to all your senses.

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