Tea Blogz


September 05, 2021

Harvest Moon is just a name. In some ways, it’s like any other full moon name. But these autumn full moons do have special characteristics, related to the time of moonrise. Nature is particularly cooperative in giving us dusk-till-dawn moonlight, for several evenings in a row, around the time of the Harvest Moon. The Harvest Moon is either the last full moon of the summer season, or the first full moon in autumn. This year, the September full moon is the fourth of the season’s four full moons. That’s the fourth moon of summer for the Northern Hemisphere, and the fourth winter full moon for the Southern Hemisphere. WHY IS IT CALLED THE HARVEST MOON? For several evenings, the moonrise comes soon after...

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TEA... a natural way to improve Prostate Health

July 18, 2021

Prostate issues are some of the most common conditions men suffer from as they age. Some of the most common prostate conditions include prostate cancer, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH, or an enlarged prostate), or prostatitis (a prostate infection). The best way to prevent these prostate conditions that occur with age is to live a healthy lifestyle. This may include getting regular physical exercise and maintaining a well-balanced diet. There are also a number of alternative and natural ways to promote better prostate health regardless of whether a man is already showing signs or symptoms of a certain condition or disease. If a man is already showing signs or symptoms of a prostate condition, there are things they can do to...

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Tea compared to water for hydration

August 11, 2020

The Question: Tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world and it can be enjoyed warm or cold, however, the million dollar question is... can tea contribute to your daily fluid needs? The Affects: Tea contains caffeine — a compound that can be dehydrating. Once ingested, caffeine passes from your gut into your bloodstream and makes its way to your liver. There, it’s broken down into various compounds that can affect how your organs function. For instance, caffeine has a stimulating effect on your brain, boosting alertness and reducing feelings of tiredness. On the other hand, it can have a diuretic effect on your kidneys. A diuretic is a substance that can cause your body to produce more urine. Caffeine does...

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Boosting Your Immune System with TEA

March 23, 2020

Stay Safe... Stay Calm... Stay Healthy... DRINK TEA

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