Friday, August 14, 2015

Benefits Of Darjeeling Tea!

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The Darjeeling Tea leaves are a rare selection of the finest tea leaves from the foothills of the Himalayas.  The Darjeeling Tea is characterized by a sparkling amber color, flowery aroma and a smooth flavor, with a distinct fruity notes.  The Tea is very popularly known as the "Champagne of Teas", which is a black tea!  The Teas are grown in the tea gardens of India.

Darjeeling Tea is The Champagne of Teas!

For this review, I received one box of the Darjeeling Tea!  The tea does have a very flowery flavor.  The Darjeeling Tea does have antioxidants in it, which will help neutralize free radicals.  There's also a compound called TF-2 in the Darjeeling Black Tea.  This compound has many health benefits, which has caused cancer cells to die whole, reduce inflammation for conditions like arthritis, helps to prevent heart attacks and strokes.

A study was conducted at the Boston University School of Medicine and concluded that black tea drinkers showed 50% improvement in blood vessel function.  Black tea has also been effective in preventing tooth decay, lowering cholesterol, making skin look younger and burning fat!

This is a great tea and I would highly recommend it!

Darjeeling Full Leaf Pyramid Tea Bags, 20 Tea Bags

Sources:  eHow

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Bonny Sallee

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