Entries tagged with “Tea”
A tea for any time of day and anything that ails you.
Try one of these five sources of flavorful hydration that will give you a little more nutritional bang for your buck.
“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” C.S. LewisBlending white and green teas with dried rose blossoms delights the eye and gives Meditati…
The delicate new leaves and buds of each new tea shoot contain ingredients that deliver a number of health benefits to our bodies.
Find the right tea to soothe yourself, body and soul.
Who doesn’t love a nice hot cup of tea during the cold season? Check out recipes for the best cup of tea yet, from chai to natural tea remedies, how to create your own tea ritual, and more.
Enjoy this ancient recipe for boosting digestion and decreasing inflammation.
Do you need an extra surge of brain power for a big test or a difficult project? You might want to consider switching out your coffee for green tea as new research has shown that t…
For this week’s healthy habit, try stirring a natural sweetener in your morning cuppa.
Practicing the simple art of tea
This healthful, bright green tea is suddenly everywhere. Here’s why.
How to use herbal teas to treat common health maladies and get back on the path to wellness.
Discovering ancient, healthy, alternative highs for an alcohol-soaked society
Whether we wish to treat wrinkles or serious ailments, the future of medicine may well be heavily influenced by ancient folk remedies. Scientists from London’s Kingston University,…
Every single specialty tea that we drink deserves a slow, measured, attentive evaluation and enjoyment.
How do herbal teas differ from tisanes? Are they really even tea?
We decided to investigate the health properties of both coffee and black tea to see how they compare in aspects beyond simply caffeine count and taste.
To improve brain health, look no further than a cup of tea.
Sipping this fragrant, sweet tea doesn’t just warm the heart—it provides a dose of antioxidants, too, says food writer Monica Bhide.Chai, which simply means “tea” in Hindi, is an i…
Next time you hit the grocery store, look out for the real stuff in your tea.
Protect Your Brain with Things You LoveNew research links moderate consumption of wine, chocolate, and tea with improved cognitive function and reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease …
The “Wild Tea Hunter” scours the remotest corners of China in search of the perfect cup of tea.
As long as I’ve been married to a yoga teacher, I’ve had trouble keeping milk in the refrigerator. Whenever she teaches, she makes her own blend of chai latte and carts it to her g…