TEA茶-Mother Nature’s Greatest Gift to Mankind
The accidental discovery of tea by Chinese emperor Shen Nung in 2737 BC was Mother Nature’s way of presenting to us with a miraculous gift. When we first found out that tea could help fight free radicals that contribute to cancer, heart disease and clogged arteries because of its unique antioxidants called flavonoids, we knew that every person on Earth needs to lead a tea lifestyle (WebMD, 2017).

Heart Health and Stroke Prevention
In one study of 40,530 Japanese adult participants, those who drank more than five cups of green tea a day had a 26% lower risk of death from heart attack or stroke than people who drank less than one cup of green tea a day (Harvard Publishing, 2017).

Oral Health
Find your confidence and keep your smile brighter than the sun! Japanese researchers found that tea can decrease tooth loss by preventing cavities. Don’t drink something that could erode your teeth enamel – drink tea for the protection of your teeth (Carroll, 2017).

Body Immunity
The National Academy of Sciences journal reveals that a chemical compound alkylamine found in tea may help prime the body’s immune system to fight off infection (National Geographic, 2017).

Brain Power
Caffeine found in tea is one of the best-known brain-boosters and has a quick effect on increasing alertness and attention. Tea also contains the amino acid L-Theanine which induces a calming effect that is relaxing but yet does not cause drowsiness. (HuffPost, 2017)

Weight Control
Tea is a zero-calorie , sugar free beverage that can help you to lose weight. The caffeine found in tea is a well-known stimulant shown to aid fat burning and improve exercise performance. (Kevin Acheson, Gremaud and Meirim, 2017)

Skin Health
Tea may help people retain a youthful appearance by preventing enzymes from breaking down collagen and elastin, the proteins found in the skin’s connective tissue responsible for maintaining skin elasticity and strength. (Fox News, 2017).