Ginger Turmeric Detox Tea Recipe
The Ginger Turmeric Detox Tea ingredients pack a powerful punch and act as an anti-inflammatory, anti-infective, antioxidant, lymph system cleanser and more
Creamy Golden Milk Turmeric Tea Recipe | Mark's Daily Apple
To call this beverage tea might be a little misleading. “Creamy Mug of Cozy, Warming Deliciousness” is more accurate. It just plain feels good to drink
Hungry or Thirsty?
The Importance of Hydration + Raspberry Lemonade Recipe! One of my health resolutions for 2011 was to stay more hydrated. It’s really easy for me to get totally engrossed in work and completely forget to drink all day! Staying hydrated is important on so many levels. 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated – 75%, that’s crazy!! And at times, I … Continue reading Hungry or Thirsty?
How to Brew Loose Leaf Tea
Health Benefits of Black Tea Tea is a very special thing. There’s something about sipping a hot cup of tea that is so soothing and calming. I recently had the pleasure of receiving some samples from Rare Tea Republic. Rare Tea Republic offers fresh teas from the world’s finest tea gardens. Each season they travel to specific tea … Continue reading How to Brew Loose Leaf Tea
Yerba Matte Tea Health Benefits
Yerba Matte I’m no longer a caffeine addict like I used to be (Hello 32oz cups of coffee…yes, I said cups, plural!) but every now and then I could use a little pick-me-up. Yerba Matte gives just that but in a mild way so that I’m not jittery or can’t go to bed at night! As some … Continue reading Yerba Matte Tea Health Benefits
Coconut Water Iced Tea - Flora Foodie
Meet your go-to summer drink! I did some major kitchen re-organizing this weekend and ran across my cold-brew iced tea bags from last summer. Nice timing! But when I went to my fridge to fill up my pitcher with water, I saw coconut water sitting right next to it. Hmmmmmm. A wonderful impulsive creation resulted! ...Read More »
Mate: Argentina's Tea Ceremony
Imagine if you were to replace every Starbucks cup, soda can or water bottle that you see each day among your friends and associates with a funky little drinking gourd pierced by a silver straw. That would be a lot of funky little drinking gourds, no? That's exactly what you see throughout Argentina, for it's what the people use to consume mate (pronounced mahtay), a bitter green tea made from the leaves of the yerba mate plant. They are obsessed, and the gear - not just the gourds and…