Arthritis is a common terms that describes joint pain. While it’s often understood as a disease it can be rather seen as a symptom resulting from different causes. For some people, arthritis could be caused by inflammation. In such a case, tea can be a easy and effective natural remedy. What is Inflammation? When visiting… Continue reading Tea & Arthritis
If you believe that coffee can improve your performance at work, it’s not. In fact, it’s actually a silent career killer. Learn why you should sip tea instead. The Benefits Of Coffee Reviewed Many coffee drinkers drink coffee in office because it improves performance, but is this true? According to a 2010 publication that summarizes a wide… Continue reading Why Coffee Is A Silent Career Killer And Why You Should Switch To Tea
When it comes to comparing tea with coffee or comparing different tea categories, the most discussed topic is caffeine content. While it’s safe to assume that any tea should have significantly less caffeine than coffee, this is more difficult for caffeine levels between tea types. Based on general consensus we can assume the amount of… Continue reading Green Tea and Black Tea Caffeine
Have you ever wondered why you get that perfect feeling when you’re drinking tea? That feeling that drives us to write and draw and talk and just dream? There is alertness and calmness and the feeling that in that moment , in the words of Stephen Chbosky in The Perks of Being a Wallflower, “we… Continue reading L-Theanine and Caffeine: The Reason For Your Clari-Tea
So many tea lovers are worried about caffeine content in teas. Most of us wonder which tea type contains the most caffeine, but actually there are many other factors that are important. Read the tea caffeine guide to find out more!
Answer by Lisa Lin: Yes it does. Cold brewing tea will lower the amount of caffeine release, given that you keep all the other factors the same (brew time, tea accessories used, brewing method etc….) View Answer on Quora