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5 Herbs to Stay Cool This Summer

The days we've longed for  are here -- more hours in the day and more time to sip tea (because that's what we all want...right?). June is National Iced Tea Month and we are highlighting signature teas that keep you cool, refreshed, and hydrated as the first day of summer is just around the corner (June 21st aka the longest day of the year). Share with us your Iced Tea recipes that you like to have, alone or at the summer BBQ's with family and friends. Ours is the minty mix lemonade with a splash of ginger ale .We are now offering Simplici-Teas for you to make any tea blend your cup of tea. Or you can enjoy any of the Simplici-Teas...

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Cheer in my cup

Let’s face it, sometimes we need to add a cup of cheer to our busy winter holiday season as the days seem shorter and lists are never ending. This is the time that many gather with family and friends for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Kwaanza, Hanukkah, and New Years. But for some of us, this is a time when we experience seasonal affective disorder (S.A.D), meaning one feels more anxiety and/or depression during this time. Whether we find ourselves handling the various challenges of life, juggling holiday anxiety, or knowing that we need to just approach conversations, people, and to bring in the New Year in a cool, calm, collective way. At Jayida Ché Herbal Tea Spot, we know that tea with...

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Steeping the perfect cup

How do you steep you perfect cup of tea? Let us give you suggestions that will have you steeping your tea like an experienced tea-rista. No more burning your green tea leaves or over steeping your black teas.

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TEA and CAFFEINE

Aside from the many benefits found in white tea, green tea, and black tea leaves, we have to think about the amount of caffeine and the impact it has on our bodies. Caffeine gets a bad name because many people associate it with coffee and how it affects the body. However, the caffeine found in tea has a different type of effect on the body and is found in lower amounts than as found in coffee. The caffeine in coffee hits harder and faster than it does with tea. The caffeine in tea is absorbed more slowly, contains L-theanine, and produces a calming effect. In comparing tea to coffee: the average 8-ounce cup of coffee has about 100 – 200...

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TEA: One Plant with many types

Did you know that all tea leaves derive from one plant, Camelia Sinensis? Black, Green, and White Tea are from one plant and the only thing that differentiates them is when they are harvested.

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