The magic of tea

Many people know the drink tea! Cold or warm, you can choose. Either ways it is the best drink of the word. Why? It is good if you catched a cold, your throat hurts or your belly. You want to get rid of headaches or period cramps? Go for a green or camomile tea! You want to have a healthy alternative to coffee? Take black tea.

But be careful do not take cheap teas! Artificial flavors may taste good in the beginning but:

  1. you can’t let them brew to long
  2. it is not as healthy as natural flavors
  3. they may have not the same effect as dried leafs have!

Where does tea come from? Mostly India or China, traditionally harvested by hand. Take care where you buy your tea, in some cases it could happen that the tea is harvested by child workers! Look for fair-trade or special trademarks. Usually you do not make mistakes by buying organic.

Here are some of my favorites:

Check those sites out, they make awesome organic teas!



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16 thoughts on “The magic of tea

  1. Jessica Taylor

    I absolutely love tea! I drink it extremely often! I had no idea that some teas aren’t as healthy as others!

    • AnChan

      Thanks! Yes imagine some artificial flavors are made of mold/ mould! that can’t be healthy. Especially for sensitive people πŸ™‚

  2. I love tea, drink it everyday and even quit coffee and replaced it with tea don’t know if that made a difference but it’s all good.

    • AnChan

      I think it makes a big difference! You do not need to drink tea every day because you don’t get headaches when you forget drinking your morning tea πŸ™‚ And also it detoxes!

  3. Yum, I just LOVE tea. I haven’t had hot tea in ages. I really need to make some. I do drink sweet tea a lot more πŸ˜‰

    • AnChan

      Darjeeling is really good, you should try that one!

  4. Jeanette Radmall

    This is so informative about the health benefits of tea! It’s SO great that you mentioned the importance of fair trade! This should be of concern to everyone.

    • AnChan

      Thanks! The quality and production is really important for tea!

  5. LuC

    I can absolutely agree with your article, I am drinking tea very often, nearly every day!
    A tip for someone, who likes to drink herbal tea: try to take fresh herbs instead of dried, that makes a better flavour, even though it could look a bit different.
    Greetings from a tea lover πŸ˜‰

    • AnChan

      Hey! awesome tip… I totally agree πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

  6. girl i am SO loving this and always love tea too!

    • AnChan

      Awesome! πŸ™‚

  7. I love tea, who doesn’t? we all blogger folks are having tea as a partner while sitting in front of the screen πŸ™‚

    • AnChan

      So true!! Tea is good for everything πŸ™‚

  8. Josephine Splash

    Hi Black Bird,

    how are you? Ich really love your new blog. Iβ€˜m following you for 2 years. I love tea, especcially a little mint tea for go to bed and read your lovely aricles.
    I’m waiting for a next Blog.

    Love josie

    • AnChan

      for 2 years? How? Where? πŸ™‚
      xoxo Anna

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