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The Orisha Tea House


Our mission is to sell and educate sustainable and eco-friendly products that provide you a natural alternative to today’s high volume, low quality, chemically-produced goods. We offer a variety of products including Organic Herbs & Spices, Teas, Supplements, Essential Oils, Body Essentials & Natural Soy Candles.

Herbal teas are derived from a variety of dried flowers, spices, herbs and fruits. This has led to a huge variety of flavors and options when it comes to choosing teas for taste and health benefits. You'll find herbal teas from all over the globe including China, Africa, and the Americas. It's no secret that tea is a popular selection for individuals who want to improve their health naturally. Unlike coffee and standard teas, most herbal teas are caffeine-free. They also feature nutrients, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that vary depending on the herbal blend.

Typical health benefits from drinking herbal tea include relaxation, pain reduction and the improvement of body systems such as digestive and immune. Some research also shows anticancer effects and benefits for people with type 2 diabetes.


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What is loose leaf Tea? In a very general definition, loose leaf tea is tea that does not come prepackaged in tea bags. Because the leaves are not crammed into a tea bag, the tea maintains a higher quality and aroma while offering the best possible health benefits. The drinker places the tea leaves inside of a steeping ball, infuser basket, french press, tea strainer, or some other infuser to prepare the tea.

What is the difference between loose leaf tea and tea bags? Tea is categorized into four overarching categories: dust grades, fanning grades, broken leaf grades, and whole leaf grades. Whole leaf grades being the best loose leaf tea. Grades of tea can actually get pretty technical, but to save you the time, we've simplified it. The teabags you can buy at the grocery store usually contain dust and fanning grades of tea. This tea must be crushed before packaging into tea bags. Why does this matter? When your tea is broken down, its flavor, aroma, and health properties are degraded. Tea that is broken can taste bitter due to a higher amount of tannins when steeped. Whole leaf tea expands and unfurls as it steeps. This expansion produces more flavor and provides a taste of freshness to the drink.

What are the health benefits of loose leaf tea? Many benefits of loose leaf tea aren't FDA approved, and we always recommend you do your research. That said, benefits with scientific research include stress relief, heart, brain, liver, and digestive system health, flu, cold, and cancer prevention, plus much more! Our caffeinated teas such as Matcha, Yerba Mate, and Black Tea are loaded with caffeine but don't have the crash that comes with coffee. Lastly, all teas provide some level of antioxidants, vitamins, nutrients, and have anti-bacterial properties. In our 'types of teas' snippet below, you can learn more about each type of tea and its health benefits! Health benefits simplifiedBlack Tea: Great for digestion, heart health, energy, and immunity.Green Tea:  Memory, dental health, cancer prevention, metabolism.Herbal Tea: Sleep, immune system, inflammation (varies with herbs).White Tea: Cholesterol, reproductive health, weight loss, brain health. Pu-Erh: Blood pressure, stress relief, weight loss, digestion. Oolong Tea: Diabetes, inflammation, weight loss, brain health.

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