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Taheebo Tea Benefits

  • July 30th, 2014

The inner bark of the Pau d’arco tree is used to produce Lapacho or taheebo tea. The tree is native to tropical South America including Brazil, Paraguay and parts of Argentina. It is also […]

Soursop Tea Benefits

  • July 27th, 2014

The fruit of the Annona muricata tree is called soursop. The broadleaf, flowering evergreen tree is native to Mexico, Cuba, Central America, the Caribbean and northern parts of South America including Colombia, Brazil, Peru, […]

Slippery Elm Tea Benefits

  • July 24th, 2014

Ulmus rubra is a species of elm tree that has had several names until its current one was accepted. It was Pennsylvanian botanist Gotthilf Heinrich Ernst Muhlenberg who dubbed the tree ulmus rubra in […]

Sencha Tea Benefits

  • July 21st, 2014

The most popular tea in Japan is sencha tea. In fact, it is so popular that roughly 80-percent of the tea produced in that country is sencha. It is a Japanese green tea that […]