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<p>Don't throw away the leafs after used</p> <p></p> <p>Along with all the benefits of tea the unconventional uses are yours to enjoy.</p> <p>Yes, we all heard about second brew but...is that all? No and we'll the to that in our journey.</p> <p>But first lets see a little about understanding this magnificent beverage.</p>
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You can use the used loose leaf tea for more than a second cup of tea. Give this a try
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After harvesting, black tea leaves go through a process of wilting, bruising, rolling, and oxidation. Oxidation occurs when the leaves remain exposed to the air for a long time. Enzymes break down the chemicals in the leaves, producing their brown coloring and familiar smell. The process for...
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Pu-erh tea comes in green and black varieties and has a smooth taste. The leaves offer a mildly sweet flavor and brewed leaves emit the aroma of autumn leaves. These teas can also appear darker than black teas and have a more full-bodied flavor and aroma. Pu-erh tea is caffeinated and is often...
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Rooibos tea contains antioxidants, enzymes, and chemical compounds that help skin look youthful, reduce inflammation that causes pain, and prevent serious illness not to mention the fact that it was shown that it works as antihistamine so it is your ally in allergy season. Also preventing and...
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Similar to black and green teas, oolong tea contains several vitamins, minerals, and helpful antioxidants. A cup of brewed oolong tea contains small amounts of calcium, magnesium, and potassium. It also contains about 38 mg of caffeine. In comparison, a cup of green tea contains about 29mg of...