Tea: a delicious drink consisting of the world’s most versatile organic herbs and most interesting flavors. While this may be our own personal definition of what herbal tea is, we like to think that it’s really a perfect description of the beverage that so conveniently warms our bodies, but also serves many other purposes. Tea is great for so many reasons, the best being that it serves to temporarily cure many different ailments. With that being said, you should consider trying out a bulk herbs tea order to get started on your all natural remedies. Here we will detail the many issues you may experience on a day to day basis, and how tea can help to alleviate those issues with organic tea.
- Skin Problems - Drinking the right type of tea that has detoxifying elements to it can help to alleviate blemishes and acne. Simply add a little bit of honey and lemon to it and you have a concoction make in heaven.
- Congestion - Herbal teas are great for this, as many of the herbs that can be found within tea are very healthy for you, and can help to alleviate congestion. It may not be a cure-all, but it certainly helps you deal with your discomfort.
- Head Aches - As your steamy beverage finds it’s way down your throat, it is undergoing a steeping process in which the steam finds it’s way through your nose, causing a sense of relief. Not only does it taste good, but it makes you feel good as well.
These are just a few of the ailments that tea can help to alleviate, but there are certainly more ways tea can help you. Stay tuned to our next blog to find out more about the many uses for herbal tea!
Organic Teas: Enhance Your Yoga Practice With Our Essential Oils, Too!
In our last blog we began talking about a very hot topic in today's world: yoga! Here at Savvy Teas & Herbs, we have a myriad of bulk herbs and organic teas to pair with whatever type of yoga practice you prefer. Did you know that we have a great selection of essential oils that pair perfect with yoga practice, as well as other aspects of your life, too?
Essential oils are a great way to enhance your yoga practice. As you likely already know, yoga isn't just simple stretching but rather a disciplined practice that focuses on the health, balance, and well-being of your entire body, spirit, and mind. Just like yoga, essential oils and aromatherapy works to support the entire well-being of your body, spirit, and mind. You can achieve these positive effects aromatherapy, like positive emotional states and mental clarity, through applying and diffusion of the pure essential oils themselves. When you combine essential oils with your yoga practice, you powerfully enhance your journey.
Two ways in which you can use essential oils with your yoga practice are:
- Diffusion: Evaporate your essential oils into the space in which you're practicing yoga. This will help to create a motivating and inspiring mood as well as help to enhance your breathing!
- Purifying / Application: Use your essential oils and apply them directly to pressure points to help you relax or awaken your inner yoga warrior. You can also use them as powerful cleansing agents by wiping your mat down with them or simply clearing the atmosphere.
Pair Our Organic Tea With Your Yoga Practice
Have you heard about the connection between organic tea and yoga practice? If you haven't, now is the time to educate yourself! Why? If you drink tea before or after a yoga class, you can reap some serious benefits and surprising results. Whether you're practicing restorative or hot yoga, we've got some perfect tea pairings for your yoga practice.
- If you practice restorative yoga, look into sipping some calm, rejuvenating, and soothing lavender or a mood-boosting chamomile.
- More of a hot yoga fan? We suggest pairing your hot yoga practice with menthol-abundant peppermint that activates your cells' cold-sensitive receptors. This tea will create a mild cooling effect / sensation for up to an hour! We love a good Lemon Lavender Mint combination for the ultra calming and caffeine-free benefits.
- Do you meditate on a regular basis? If so, trying pairing your meditation sessions with the polyphenols found in green tea to increase your cognitive functions. This is a go-to tea to drink before any meditation session! We love a good Jasmine Green Tea to help you wind down and feel centered.
- More of an active, vinyasa flow yogi? Plenty of research points to the caffeine in black tea and how it benefits your circulation. Plus, it will help you from getting lightheaded after a power flow vinyasa class! Consider a lemon ginger tea iced with touch of honey. It's invigoratingly spicy, yet the ginger helps your stomach settled during active classes.
What tea do you love to infuse into your yoga practice with healing properties? Shop our organic teas today!
Green Tea Has Weight Loss Benefits
We are back with another installment on the Savvy Teas and Herbs blog. Welcome back to our blog that discusses organic teas, yogurt starter culture, and bulk herbs. Our teas, herbs, and yogurt starters will revive you and keep you feeling your absolute best. Last time, we discussed how teas are rich in antioxidants and can fight the onset of cardiovascular disease, heart disease, and cancer. We even had a chance to discuss organic teas because their leaves are not treated with pesticides or tampered with in any way. As you know, we love to do on our blog is answer questions posed to us in our teas and herbs advice column. We will continue that effort today with a question about the weight loss benefits of teas. Here is our most recent letter.
Dear Organic Tea and Bulk Herbs Expert,
I have heard a lot about the weight loss benefits of teas and wonder if there is any real merit to any of it. I could really stand to lose a few pounds that seem to be stuck on me. I enjoy many of the flavors of green teas, but I do not drink it very much because I usually rely on the caffeine from coffee in the mornings to get me through the morning. Then I usually have a soda in the afternoon for a little lift after lunch. I’m a little afraid of giving up my coffee because I need the energy to do my work and stay awake at my desk job. Can you help me with my quote - unquote drinking habits, oh wise and knowledgeable Organic Tea Sage?
Thank you for answering my question,
Caffeinated in Queens
We have several tips for you to drink healthier and keep your energy up while you modify your quote - unquote drinking problem.
Here are just a few of ways to help yourself out:
Stop drinking that soda. Even a little bit of soda is harmful to your system and does cause you to accumulate and hang on to those extra pounds.
Drink a couple of cups of green tea throughout the day. The caffeine that is in there will be enough to give you a boost and studies suggest that it can help increase your metabolism. However, it also helps you burn calories through a process called thermogenesis, which is basically the rate at which calories are burned.
“Even when the word tea is just uttered, our attention turns immediately in the direction in which the word came and our senses tell us to say yes for a cup of tea. Here at Savvy Teas & Herbs, we love organic tea and herbs and we love the beneficial effects on our mind and body. Organic lemon tea is one of our favorite teas out there right now and for just reasons!”
Thank you for sending in your excellent question for our advice column. We hope this has been helpful for you and answered your question.
Savvy Teas and Herbs
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Organic Tea Is Great For Your Heart
Thank you for checking in on the Savvy Teas and Herbs blog. Welcome back to our discussion on organic teas, yogurt starter culture, and bulk herbs. Our teas, herbs, and yogurt starters keep people revived and feeling their absolute best. Teas are rich in antioxidants, so they fight the onset of cardiovascular disease, heart disease, and cancer. More specifically, organic teas are teas whose leaves have not been treated with pesticides or tampered with in any way. One of the things we love to do on our blog is answer questions posed to us in our teas and herbs advice column.
Dear Organic Tea Experts,
I have just recently got diagnosed with high blood pressure. I have not been a diligent tea drinker, but I do like an occasional cup of hot tea. I do like the fact that there are organic teas so I do not have to worry about pesticides and all of those chemicals. I can not imagine that pesticides would be good for my heart at all.
A friend of mine mentioned that tea is good for your heart and cardiovascular system, in general. I am very concerned now about my heart health and am hoping that organic teas can help reduce my hypertension. Can you tell me if these assertions are true and if so, how much tea is recommended for optimal heart health.
Thank you for answering my question,
We are sorry to hear that you are experiencing hypertension but relieved that you caught it in time to do something about it. We believe you will find our news about tea’s effects on the heart encouraging. Drinking tea may reduce the risk of heart disease b expanding your heart’s arteries and improving overall blood flow. It is like widening the highway to handle increased traffic. It also reduces the buildup of harmful plaque by reducing cholesterol. Organic tea does this by improving the ratio of your HDL and LDL cholesterol. More specifically, HDL, your good cholesterol, eliminates LDL, your bad cholesterol, from the body. The more HDL you have, the more it can effectively deal with the bad cholesterol in your body and keep it from forming on the inner walls of your arteries. When cholesterol builds up in your arteries, not only does it clog them up and create the potential for pieces of plaque to break away, it also hardens your arteries and makes them less pliable.
You also asked about the amount of tea you should drink. Studies show that just two cups of organic tea per day reduces your risk for a heart attack by preventing your arteries from clogging. Other studies have demonstrated that drinking 3-4 cups per day can reduce your risks for heart disease by up to 46%.
We hope this answers your questions and has helped you become a lifelong tea drinker.
Savvy Teas & Herbs
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Organic Green Teas Have Several Health Benefits
Welcome back and thank you for checking in on the Savvy Teas and Herbs blog. Our organic teas and bulk herbs keep people revived and feeling great. One of the benefits of teas are that they are rich in antioxidants. Many teas fight the onset of cardiovascular disease, heart disease, and cancer. So If teas are so great, why need go organic?. One of the main benefits of organic teas is that their leaves have not been treated with pesticides or tampered with in any way. Today we are going to look at the benefits of a couple of specific organic teas: Green Tea and Jasmine Green Tea. Our site is a great resource to research the benefits of organic teas, yogurt starter cultures, and bulk herbs. Thus, we are in the middle of a blog review series to revisit some informative content from our previous blog entries. In the first article we explore the health benefits of green tea. Then we will look into the health benefits of Jasmine Green Tea. We are posting a link with a short excerpt from some our most informative posts. If you would like read beyond the short excerpt that we post, then all you need to do is click the article link above the excerpt.
“Green tea is one of the lesser consumed tea varieties within the United States. Fortunately for those that drink it regularly, their health may benefit in the long run. Green tea is one of the least processed forms of tea.”
To read more about the multitude of healthy reasons to drink green tea, click the link above.
“While reducing stress, jasmine tea also helps prevent cancer, improves digestive processes, and lowers cholesterol. It has also been found to ease chronic inflammation like muscle aches and pains while eliminating harmful bacteria.”
Click the link above to continue reading about the health benefits of Jasmine Green Tea.
Yogurt And Herbs: The Healthy Supplements To Your Diet
Welcome back to the Savvy Teas and Herbs blog. Our organic teas and bulk herbs will keep you revived and feeling healthy. Teas are rich in antioxidants and many also fight to prevent the onset of cardiovascular disease, heart disease, and cancer. You may be wondering, “If tea is so great, why do I need to go organic with my tea?”. Organic teas haven’t been treated by pesticides or genetically altered in anyway, so they are more natural and even better for you. We also have a rich variety of Greek yogurt starter cultures for you to make your own Greek yogurt and save some cash. Our site is a great resource to research, and read up on, the benefits of organic teas, yogurt starter cultures, and bulk herbs. Thus, we started a blog review series to bring some informative content from our previous blog entries back into prominence for you. We are posting a link with a short excerpt from some our most informative posts. If you would like read beyond the short excerpt that we post, then all you need to do is click the article link above the excerpt.
"Do you just love the taste of tangy and creamy Greek yogurt, but hate having to dish out all of that extra cash to pay for it? Greek yogurt is so tasty and it has quickly become popular among many people; however, it is often times a lot more expensive than traditional yogurt. Have you ever thought about making your own Greek yogurt?"
To continue reading about our exciting and affordable Greek yogurt starter cultures, click the link above.
"There are so many people out there that are turning a new leaf and taking a more natural approach to their health. Clean eating, which used to be unheard of only a few short years ago, has been the goal of more and more people every day. At Savvy Teas and Herbs, we strive to provide our customers with fresh bulk herbs and tea at a great price."
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Organic Teas Are Good In So Many Ways
Thank you for checking back in on the Savvy Teas and Herbs blog. We have the tastiest organic teas and bulk herbs around. Teas are great sources of antioxidants, while many can fight cardiovascular disease, heart disease, and cancer. Organic teas are even better for you because their plants haven’t been treated by pesticides or genetically altered in any way. We have a lot of rich content on our site about the benefits of our organic teas, so we are going to do a blog review series that will bring some informative content from our blogs from last year back to the forefront for you to review. We will post a link and a short excerpt from some our favorite posts, so you don’t have to search around for it. If you would like read beyond the short excerpt that we post with the entry, then all you need to do is click the article link above the excerpt.
“Tea has been revered for centuries for it's many health benefits. All throughout history tea has been used as not only a delicious hot beverage but also for it's natural healing properties. The following is a list of different types of organic tea and the health benefits of each: Black- Black tea has the highest caffeine content of any tea. At around 40 mg of caffeine per cup, this is the tea that will help you to wake up and get going.”
If you would like to continue reading about the many benefits of black tea and organic teas in general, please click the title link above.
“Organic tea, just like organic everything else, has become a growing trend all over the world. Just like most things that are organic, you will pay for what you get. Organic tea is not cheap, so you may be wondering what the difference actually is, and why you should buy it.”
To keep reading about the incredible benefits of organic teas, please click the link above the article’s excerpt.
Savor The Benefits Of Organic Lemon Tea
Even when the word tea is just uttered, our attention turns immediately in the direction in which the word came and our senses tell us to say yes for a cup of tea. Here at Savvy Teas & Herbs, we love organic tea and herbs and we love the beneficial effects on our mind and body. Organic lemon tea is one of our favorite teas out there right now and for just reasons!
- Lemon juice is well known for its antiseptic properties. Combine these natural antiseptic properties with the fact that tea is supposedly the best alternative to carbonated drinks and coffee and you've health benefits beyond our imagination!
- With cold and flu season in full swing once again, lemon tea with added ginger helps you to reduce your symptoms. All you have to do is sip your lemon tea 3 to 4 times a day in the winter to not only give you relief from sore throats but also boost your immune system and warm you up!
- If you've recently had surgery, lemon tea is a great way to relieve swelling and many doctors suggest drinking lemon tea after surgery for this exact reason. Lemon tea is also a great way to cleanse the toxic effects of anesthesia out of your body!
- Last but definitely not least, organic lemon tea also helps in reducing uneasy conditions and feelings during women's menstrual cycles!
Enjoy the delicious health benefits of lemon tea the next time you reach for your next herbal drink!
Your Source for Bulk Herbs and Powders
Living life naturally can be somewhat of a challenge, with all of the processed and synthetic products that populate our planet. At Savvy Teas & Herbs, we want to provide our customers with natural and organic products that help them live a sustainable and healthy life, free from harmful toxins and additives. With our bulk herbs and powders, you can make your own homemade products that treat conditions, enhance your skin, and improve your well-being.
One such product that you can buy from us in bulk in bentonite clay powder. This powder, also known as montmorillonite, is found in volcanic ash and has many beneficial properties. It can be used in clay masks to improve your skin and flush toxins from your body. It can help unclog pores and treat sensitive areas on your skin, and it can also be used in homemade toothpastes and salves! Bentonite clay can be used topically or taken internally, all to the improvement of your health. We offer this clay powder in 4 ounce, 8 ounce and 1 pound (16 ounce) packages, so if you're buying for yourself or someone else, you pick the appropriate amount. It's safe for pregnant women and small children, and it's important to drink lots of water when taking this powder internally.
Savvy Teas & Herbs believes that everything that goes into our bodies has an effect for either good or bad. You can take control of what you put into your body, so if you're looking to make some changes to your diet or your health and beauty products, shop with us for your tea, bulk herbs, and much more.