When my teens are feeling "under the weather" I tend to encourage lots of rest and make lots of loose leaf tea. (White tea is their favorite & it's amazing for their young skin). The warmth of the tea soothes their sore throat and warms their small hands. What my teens (I have a… Continue reading Why My Teens Love To Drink Tea Daily
Firstly, whoever coined the phrase "slept like a baby" most likely did not have any children. This phrase has never been used in our household. Our children never slept "like a baby". But what I will say is that during my first week-long green tea challenge, I did experience what I would say was damn… Continue reading 3 Vital Things You May Experience This Week If You Drink Green Tea Daily
Catechins, the key to loose leaf tea's most amazing health benefits, are a type of disease-fighting antioxidant and flavonoid found in the fresh leaves of loose leaf tea. If you drink tea on a regular basis, your defense is already in place by ways of your – tea. That’s right, the catechins are already hard… Continue reading Could Catechins In Loose Leaf Tea Be The New Black?
This is a disturbing situation. As many of you know, I’m a registered nurse and I care physically for patients in a hospital setting. Someone proclaiming that they “hate the taste of tea” is obviously a head case; someone in dire need of an emergency mental evaluation. This is beyond my scope of work. Haha!… Continue reading “But I Hate The Taste Of Tea!”
At Teatrition Tea And Wellness, we are excited to offer a diverse assortment of pure & organic loose leaf teas to tea connoisseurs as well as those completely new to tea. Our fine teas originate from all over the world - China, Japan, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Nepal, South Africa & even the Amazon. We offer… Continue reading What Makes Teatrition Tea And Wellness Different Than Other Tea Companies?
I’m not a minimalist and I don’t play one on television. In fact, I used to be quite the opposite of a minimalist. Is there such a word as “maximist”? Over the years I’d accumulated mountains of “stuff”. Childhood treasures, my first apartment mis-matches, two new homes- of course I had to redecorate with each… Continue reading What I Learned About Tea From A Minimalist
Whoa, Da-Hong Pao. Hold on just a New York minute! As a self-proclaimed tea connoisseur, I surely I know the value of an exquisite cup of quality loose leaf tea. But at a cost of between $1,200 – $1,400 for one gram? By my calculations, one gram is equal to about one third ounce of… Continue reading Would You Pay One Million Dollars For An Ounce Of This Tea?
"Wendi, everyone is doing it," my sister nagged me a few months ago. "My friend, Denise, does it all the time. Tell people who you are...what you're doing...how freaking amazing your teas are. You should really try it." Easy for her to say. She simply orders my tea online and they magically appear at the… Continue reading Should I Facebook Live? (Gulp)
We don't need no education We don't need no thought control No dark sarcasm in the classroom Teachers leave those kids... (huh?) No, I didn't intend to refer to the 1979 Pink Floyd song from album The Wall (but it does kind of get stuck in your head, doesn't it? Sorry about that). But if… Continue reading “Hey, Teacher- Don’t Leave That Tea Alone!”
This is by far my most asked question. And it's true, nearly all tea drinkers ask themselves this important question at some point. -Tea bag or loose leaf tea? Is there a difference? Does one taste better than the other? Is one healthier for me than the other? In a nutshell - an astounding, "YES!"… Continue reading Tea Bag or Loose Leaf Tea?