There is just not any kind of tea in this world, which does not come with any benefits for us. The health benefits may differ with tea types, but then, they are the reason why tea can’t be ignored. One of the most popular tea in the world, Assam Tea, which is grown either side of the mighty Brahmaputra River in extreme weather conditions of humidity, heat and high precipitation, has benefits in abundance. Some of them Read More ..
Posted on 18 December, 2017 | PratikshaRavindran
The historical backdrop of tea is long and complex, spreading over different societies over the traverse of thousands of years. Tea likely began in southwest China amid the Shang administration as a therapeutic drink. An early trustworthy record of tea drinking dates to the third century AD. Tea was first acquainted with Portuguese ministers and dealers in China amid the sixteenth century. Drinking tea wound up plainly well known in Britain amid the seventeenth century. The British presented tea generation, and also tea utilization, to India, keeping in mind the end goal to rival the China restraining infrastructure on tea. Teas have different varieties too, they are:Read More ..
Posted on 6 December, 2017 | PratikshaRavindran
When the temperature drops and you start to shiver, that’s when you start thinking about heat, about getting warmer. It is a norm in the western countries to start their day with a cup of hot tea or coffee. People of Europe and North America drink hot tea even before getting out of their beds. In India, in the winter months, the consumption of tea goes up, especially in the north region of the country.
One big health issue for most of the people in the winter months is Cold. Read More ..
Posted on 6 December, 2017 | yajas24