Long Life Teas Organic Green Tea with Lemongrass - 18 Tea Bags
Long Life Teas Organic Green Tea with Lemongrass is the perfect way to begin or end your day. Long Life Teas Organic Green Tea with Lemongrass is mellow and very aromatic. Current studies suggest both Green Tea and Lemongrass have many health benefits. Green Tea contains powerful antioxidants. EGCG in particular was found to be twice as potent as Resveratrol, a polyphenol found in red wine, which may reduce your risk of heart disease and the abnormal formation of blood clots associated with heart attack and stroke. Lemongrass is also rich in antioxidants and may help alleviate headaches, promote healthy digestion and circulation, as well as detoxifying the system.
Long Life organic green teas are great tasting teas that effectively provide the body with all the health benefits of green tea leaf. Green tea is one of the most ancient beverages, and has been in use by the peoples in the China area since 3000 B.C. Green tea is fragrant and delicious and soothes the mind and body. Green tea has long been known for its rich antioxidant properties. Antioxidants exist in the body naturally, and work to cleanse the body of free radicals which can cause advanced aging.
The Long Life Tea Story...
Long Life Tea was developed over 400 years ago for the Emperor of the Ming Dynasty by his Royal Physicians. The Emperor was very specific that his tea must provide pleasure & health, have an attractive appearance, and provide a pleasant aroma.
Today all Long Life Teas honor these same principals. They create organic, good tasting healthy teas and each blend follows the Chinese philosophy of bringing balance and harmony. Start your day with a fresh cup of Long Life Organic Green Tea or Organic Herbal Tea, and feel yourself being refreshed and cleansed from the inside.
All Long Life Teas use the finest quality certified organic herbs and teas. Unlike other teas, all Long Life Teas are handcrafted. Handcrafting requires extraordinary care. Each time a new crop is harvested, the entire formula must be adjusted to guarantee its effectiveness, unique taste, consistency and flavor. Since each crop varies, handcrafting ensures a precise blending each and every time. Long Life Teas are prepared using the standards of old world herbalist, passed down from generation to generation.
Long Life Teas use absolutely no artificial preservatives, sweeteners, flavoring or coloring, offering a superior taste, product quality and health benefits. The filter paper is not heat-sealable, therefore no type of glue has been added to it, the thread is made of natural cotton and the innovative method for fixing the thread does not use metal staples or adhesives, and each tag offers a special proverb. Since both their internal and external environments are equally as important, their packaging is designed to minimize the impact on the earth and the environment.
Once you purchase organic foods, you are making a healthy choice for you, your family and the planet. No harmful pesticides, antibiotics, irradiation or genetically modified organisms are used in the organically certified products. As defined by the National Organic Standards board, a government-appointed committee: Organic agriculture is an ecological production management system that promotes biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity, in an effort to enhance ecological harmony. Organic agriculture utilizes methods that minimize pollution from air, soil and water. The primary goal of organic agriculture is to optimize the health and productivity of the interdependent communities of soil life, plants, animals and people. For products to be certified organic, they must meet or exceed these standards: Land on which organic food or fibers are grown must be free of prohibited substances for three years prior to certification. Farmers and processors must keep detailed records of methods and materials used in growing or processing organic products. All methods and materials are annually inspected by a third party certifier approved by the US Department of Agriculture. All farmers and handlers are required to maintain organic plans detailing their management practices. Be sure to check for the USDA organic seal.