Are you Tea Lover?

Tea originated from China, the Shang Dynasty, which used for sickness remedy. Tea is grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caspian Sea. There are four largest countries today producing a tea China, India, Sri Lanka, and Kenya. The large production they provide it. All tea comes from Camellia Sinensis with different varieties. Tea preparing is just adding boiled water and soaking until the aroma smell comes out.

    Are there any benefits from tea? Tea is like healing mouth relaxing. It’s good for some who not feeling well. It helps to relax the body. There’s a lot of variety of black tea, white tea, green tea, chamomile tea and many more. The technology already makes it tasty that’s why you surely love it.

     You will prepare it for your breakfast. And when winter arrives the best drinks to make you warm.
Tea has antioxidants which known fight with radicals and protection for our skin.

     The tea has less caffeine, so it is safe for you and no need to be worry because it’s safe and it makes you sleep well at night.

      Tea has good effects for our heart which normalize the flow of our blood into our heart. It will help to avoid cardiovascular problem.

     This is contains fiber with cleansing our digestion so it will easy to release our bowels and fats from our stomach.

      It helps our bones. One of the nutrients it has so, you will be assured that’s good for arthritis.

       Tea is a refreshing hot drinks in the morning or even bedtime. If you were to choose what tea is the best check their aroma smell which your nose will be like.

        For those who are first time, it might feel strange to your stomach. Might feel to vomit and wants to go release bowels always.

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