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5 Best Herbal Teas to Relieve Menstrual Cramps in 2019

5 Best Herbal Teas to Relieve Menstrual Cramps in 2019

Menstruation is a bloody monthly problem. Excuse the pun. And, for some women, it’s a nightmarish 5-day long experience they’d wish they had a solution to.  So, here’s a thing about teas that unheard of. They can significantly help in relieving cramps and abdominal discomfort during menstruation. Below, we have discussed five types of teas that are instrumental in soothing period pain and can help women breeze through their monthly cycle with a smile.

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Understand The Background Of Assamica Agro Green Tea Now.

Understand The Background Of Assamica Agro Green Tea Now.

Assam is widely recognized as one of the world's great gourmet teas. Taking its name from the area of northern India where it's produced, it's usually associated with the dark, aromatic infusion enjoyed either made with the pure leaf or as part of a typical 'English Breakfast' blend. However, the Assam variety of tea plant is highly versatile, and its leaves are just as suited to making green tea, with all the well known health benefits that go with its delicious taste. 

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Assamica Agro's Organic Black Tea has Made its way to your Cozy Bedroom as your Morning Bed Tea

Assamica Agro's Organic Black Tea has Made its way to your Cozy Bedroom as your Morning Bed Tea

The leaves of Assam tea come from the Camellia Sinensis and a fine tea brewed from it is very relishing, especially in the mornings. The state of Assam is the largest producer of black tea in India and about one in five people here are employed in tea production. This tea variety is exported to many countries and many tea blends use it as an important ingredient.

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Top 8 Benefits of White Tea You Must Know!

Top 8 Benefits of White Tea You Must Know!

The processing method is the real point of division between various teas made from ingenious Camellia Sinensis plant. What happens between plucking and processing of Sinensis leaves gives a unique taste, colour and aroma to each of the tea variety, from Green, black to oolong tea. However, white tea is one of the unusual types emerging from the parent Sinensis plant. It’s extracted from the silver-ish fine white hairs from the unopened plant buds, and undergoes basic withering through air drying or mechanical drying methods, thus requiring minimal processing. The resulting beverage is generally yellow in colour with a sweet,...

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