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Why should you consider organic tea?

Why should you consider organic tea?

As people all over the world become more concerned about their health, it is perhaps unsurprising that organic tea has really come into its own.

Although tea has been a part of people's everyday lives for centuries, it has only been in recent years that the health benefits of tea have really started to come to the fore.

So what exactly is organic tea and how can it boost your overall wellbeing?


Organic tea - a background

Head to your local store and you will probably see all sorts of products that claim to be organic - in basic terms, they are prepared using only natural resources and ingredients.

Organic tea is no different, it is wholly natural and has nothing artificial added to it.


Health benefits of organic tea

Organic tea is especially rich in polyphenols, which are antioxidants that help protect the body against free radicals.

Regardless of whether you buy black or green tea, the varieties are rich in these nutrients that are thought to boost the immune system and help fight off disease.

The best part is that with no additives, organic teas are able to do their good work on the body without the presence of artificial colours or flavourings.

There is evidence to suggest that organic black tea has benefits such as decreasing the likelihood of serious health conditions such as heart disease, stroke and even some types of cancer.

Furthermore, organic tea is naturally low in caffeine, also making it good for the body.


Choosing an organic tea

The great thing about organic tea is that in most cases, you don't really need to change your current drinking habits.

Many of the most popular loose leaf tea varieties are available as organic versions, including camomile, English breakfast and peppermint.

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