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The Tea Lovers Guide to GABA Tea

The Tea Lovers Guide to GABA Tea

The GABA Oolong Tea -  GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), is a naturally occurring neurotransmitter that ensures accurate and efficient functionality and flow of information within the brain. In simple terms, GABA enhances your brain function and is known to positively impact your emotions and moods – the best part about it, is that you can get it in your teacup!
Top 10 tea for the Decade - Teas.com.au

Top 10 tea for the Decade

With a new year (and decade) just started, let's check our our Top 10 tea for the past decade.  There are some typical popular tea, but there are s...
Stressed? Put Your Kettle On

Stressed? Put Your Kettle On

The invitation to “have a nice cuppa” might seem kindly but unscientific advice after a stressful event. But researchers have found proof that black tea does have an effect on stress hormone levels in the […]

 

Lapacho - Ancient Herb, Modern Miracle

Lapacho - Ancient Herb, Modern Miracle

Ancient Herb, Modern Miracle Dr. Daniel B. Mowry, PhD. This pamphlet attempts to explain the meaning behind the stack of research that has been published concerning the anti-cancer, antiviral and other properties of the South […]

 

Happy Tummy with Tea

Happy Tummy with Tea

What tea to drink when your tummy isn’t feeling so well? Chamomile                calms your tummy muscles when you are nervous – when you have b...
Tea - a great skin drink - Teas.com.au

Tea - a great skin drink

Here is a rundown of some popular tea and herbs for those want to improve their skin health. Change of weather and climate can tip our bodies off ...
Tea: the Brain Drink

Tea: the Brain Drink

Many of us swear by our cups of tea helps us to stay sharp. It was said many inventors and scientists, including Einstein, were avid tea drinkers. Does tea really help with memory? Let’s have […]

 

Green tea for long life? - Teas.com.au

Green tea for long life?

You’re trying to get more antioxidants in your diet, but you don’t want to take People who drink at least a pint of green tea each day have a lower...
enjoying Chinese tea to de-stress

How I Get Focused With The Help of (oolong) Tea

What is your reason to learn about mindfulness? Is it to be more focused, or, to feel less stressed? I was talking to the leading neuroscience-res...
Oolong tea increases energy metabolism in Japanese females - Teas.com.au

Oolong tea increases energy metabolism in Japanese females

 

 

Ginseng Chicken soup with Jujube and wolfberries

Kung Fu Ginseng Chicken Soup (功夫人蔘雞湯)

In popular Kung Fu movies and books, when a fighter is injured and needs a magic potion to instantly heal him in a heartbeat to be ready to defeat...
Care needed in brewing green tea - Teas.com.au

Care needed in brewing green tea

The American Institute for Cancer Research offers the following background information on green tea, types of tea and how to brew them. Green tea ...