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Neem–BITTER IS BETTER

By On October 28, 2011

The Neem tree is an evergreen native to India and other parts of Southeast Asia. For centuries in these countries, Neem has been called “the village pharmacy”, because its leaves, bark, seeds… Read More

Brewing Tea

A Turning Cup

By On September 25, 2011

Tea is wonderful, however it’s enjoyed, and I think there is special pleasure in enjoying tea from a handmade clay cup which has been thrown on a potter’s wheel.  When you drink… Read More

Health & Vitality

Back Breaking or Back Building?

By On May 31, 2010

They say if you want to get something done give it to someone who is busy. Why? Because it will get done. If they are in motion and are busy then the… Read More

Brewing Tea

To Decaf or Not To Decaf

By On January 18, 2010

Thanks to new data from several studies, the idea that tea leaves could be decaffeinated simply by rinsing prior to brewing is now both outdated and inaccurate. At Art of Tea we… Read More

Health & Vitality

White Tea Ancient Beauty Secrets in Modern Skincare

By On December 15, 2009

White Tea: Not only is white tea high in antioxidants that protect your body from free radicals that accelerate aging, it also increases collagen in the skin, helping it maintain a supple,… Read More

Health & Vitality

Swine Flu Prevention and the Catechin Effect

By On November 6, 2009

The cold and flu season (both swine and the old school variety) is upon us. While the flu shot is a viable option for preventing infection, there are also simple, everyday, natural… Read More

Health & Vitality

Tea Theanine Improves Attention and Focus in Case Study

By On August 5, 2009

Researchers have reviewed new findings on the possible health benefits of tea. Now, the caffeine in tea known as theanine is linked to improve human attention and focus. … Read More

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The Ultimate Rooibos Question

By On June 15, 2009

In 2008 Professor Lizette Joubert of the Agricultural Research Council and Professor Wentzel Gelderblom of the Medical Research Council, along with two more collaborators published an overview of existing knowledge about the… Read More

Health & Vitality

Calm-a-Sutra of Tea Scholarship Winner – INTERROGATION

By On March 18, 2009

A few months back the Tea Council of USA awarded 26 year old Los Angeles based film student John Ford $20,000 for this fun video on the health benefits of tea. Out… Read More

Brewing Tea

Spring Cleanse Detox Tea Program

By On March 13, 2009

Spring is right around the corner – at least that’s what the morning talk shows and colorful window displays would have you believe.  The sad reality is that most of the country… Read More