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White Tea Research has shown that white teas have greater levels of antioxidants than other teas. Some studies indicate that white teas may be 5 times more effective than green teas in fighting cancer. This makes white tea a smart choice for a healthy consumer. Black Tea Even though black teas are processed more than any of the other teas they can still be a healthy addition to anyone's diet. Research has linked decreased stroke incidence in men to flavinoid intake from consumption of the black teas.
 
Pu Erh Tea Pu-erh is known in China as a medicinal tea and has been used for centuries. Pu-erh is often sold in solid blocks or bricks but it can be purchased in loose form. The tea bricks that were once used as currency in ancient China were often made of Pu-erh. Green Tea For almost 4,000 years Green Tea has been considered a medicinal beverage in Asia. In today's modern age, science is starting to confirm what has always traditionally been known about Green Tea.
 
Oolong tea Oolong goes through a unique drying process that creates special metabolic features that help contribute to weight loss. Like the other teas it also contains antioxidants. Herbal Tea The herbals offer many medicinal qualities and also contribute wonderfully to your day for much needed stress relief.
 
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