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There are lots of cultures built around tea, and they offer some wonderful tea habits to stick into our own day. Tea, especially something healthy like our caffeine-free Jiaoguolan, can be a healthy addition to your day in and of itself, or it can be a substitute for coffee if you’re trying to cut caffeine. […]

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As flu season lingers, so do sore throats, runny noses, coughs, fevers, and other symptoms of not just colds and flu, but strep, sinus infections, ear infections, and other viral diseases going around (not to mention stomach flu). Whether you’re fending off getting sick as everyone sniffles around you (maybe with some extra immune support), […]

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Your heart needs care just like the more visible parts of you. We obsess over skin, weight, hair, and other minor details, but what we can’t see should get special attention, too. Exercise, rest (fighting stress), a healthy antioxidant rich diet, and more help boost heart health. But little habits can build up to better […]

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Sip a cup of tea. It warms you up (perfect when you’re chilled with fever). It provides some nice steam for your sinuses. It helps clear your throat of gunk, mucus, and the warmth soothes those swollen tonsils. And if you pick a healthy herbal tea like Jiaogulan, it offers better support for you as […]

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If tea isn’t something you’ve paid a lot of attention to, you may only be familiar with plain black tea or over sugared coffee shop flavored “tea” drinks. There are many different types of tea out there: black, green, and white are all specifically from the tea plant (Camellia sinensis), and then there are many […]

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