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Like other plants, we believe TEA is FOOD.
We believe to maximize the mighty tea leaf’s powerful health properties, you should do more than just steep it. You should consider “eating” the leaves after a comforting cuppa.
That’s why we wash + flash freeze fresh-picked tea leaves (essentially the opposite of conventional tea processing where they dry and cook the leaves) in a world-class organic produce facility operated by our tea scientist and farmer partners in Sri Lanka.
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Hello, friends. Kim Dykeman here from the Millennia TEAm.
As I am writing this, the landscape of our world is drastically changing. At present, my husband, myself, and my daughter (who is currently in college) are all working or learning from home. If you could look for a positive in all this, it would have to be the connectiveness we are now experiencing. In the not-so-distant past (like a week ago!) we were similar to many households, busy with our own day-to-day stuff, and our daughter was attending school in another province. All that has quickly changed.
Give Your Immune System a Green TEA Boost
Green TEA was discovered a millennia ago, when the second emperor of China was drinking a pot of steaming water, and fresh tea leaves blew into his bowl.
He loved the taste and began to learn about the life-giving, healing properties of the leaves.
With that, the world of TEA was born.
Thousands of years ago, TEA was considered medicinal – used to prevent and cure various ailments. Traditionally, the populations of Japan, China and India have cherished green tea as medicine to boost the immune system. So, how exactly do these leaves help improve immunity?