Historical records and ancient books reveal Chinese kings, naturalists, and herbalists discovered the incredible healing properties plants and minerals many thousands of years ago!
Here in the West, we have been playing catch-up. Herbal teas for healing are starting to catch on, and rightly so! Not only are they tasty, but if properly prepared, they're also good for you! After decades of research and testing in laboratories, we are proud to share these lost secrets to healthy living through herbalism.If you are drinking tea for your health, you may want to consider white teas. White tea comes from the delicate buds and younger leaves of herbs. These buds and leaves are allowed to wither in natural sunlight (also known as wilting) before they are lightly processed to prevent oxidation or further fermentation. This protects not only the delicate flavour of the white tea, but also retains high levels of the chemicals responsible for the tea's health benefits.
White tea is similar to green tea, in that it's undergone very little processing and no fermentation. But there is a noticeable difference in taste. Most green teas have a distinctive 'grassy' taste to them, but white tea does not. The flavor is described as light, and sweet. You should steep white tea in water that is below the boiling point.