Can someone explain to me (a non-tea-drinker) all the different kinds of tea & their benefits?
For example, I've heard that green tea is good for boosting your metabolism and losing weight, but do all kinds of tea do that? Or just green tea? And which kinds have caffeine?
There are certain teas that help with your digestion peppermint for instance and nettle tea also which helps with cleansing your systme and camomile tea that helps you relax. and on of that there are tea leaves which is the equivalent to grounded coffee. It also contains antioxidants. Any tea which isnt a herbal tea should have caffeine inside, if you unsure it should really say on the box.
That is true but only green tea has those special additions. But green tea is also good for your skin and to give you a youthful appearance. Black tea is supposed to be good for your heart and help you loose weight. You can get any tea without caffeine if you want to. There are plenty of options.
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by Elena4 months ago
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by dappledesigns5 years ago
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