Tea: History, Health Benefits and Brewing Techniques
Are you one of the millions of people around the world who drink tea? This ancient preparation dates back to 2737 BCE, when the wandering Chinese emperor Shen Neng discovered leaves in his water and drank the infusion with delight. Our Tea Web Guide offers you a wealth of information through links to the best sites for all things tea. Learn about the history of tea, its different types, various brewing methods, how to have it delivered to your home and the health benefits of tea drinking.
For thousands of years, people have enjoyed the flavor of white, green, oolong and black teas. The ... read more »
Different regions and climates give rise to different types of tea. Use the sites ... read more »
There’s more to brewing tea than simply boiling water. The following sites show you ... read more »
The Internet has made it easier than ever to buy tea online. Use ... read more »
Although people have believed in the health benefits of tea for millennia, modern science has only recently focused its attention on the physical properties that make tea so nutritious and beneficial.
- Although there are many benefits to drinking green tea, have a look at this article from ScienceDaily, which touts the advantages of white tea over green tea.
- If you’re taking medication, or have health issues or food sensitivities, consult with your doctor before you begin drinking tea in large quantities.
- If you want to learn more about overall nutrition, visit findingDulcinea’s Nutrition Web Guide.