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Tea for Skin: 10 Teas You Didn’t Know Help

Tea For SKin

Change of weather and climate can sometimes tip our bodies off balance.  Our major organ that can opbviously show this is our skin.

We want to give you a rundown of ten tea for skin that we can offer to our customers who want to fix certain skin problems.

They work in different ways so we also provided the benefits in drinking them.

Yerba Mate
Yerba Mate

Yerba Mate – (herbal tea) have your fatigue-fixer-upper in this unique herbal tea.  Among its many vitamins and minerals, this tea for skin contains Vitamin B which helps keep moisture in and irritants out.

Chamomile – (floral herbal tea) this is now slowly gaining popularity as an ingredient in some face products because of its effects on calming redness in skin.  This is also great for sensitive skin.

Rooibos
Rooibos

Rooibos – (herbal tea) help your skin fight inflammations such as acne and irritations with the flavonoids in this tea.

Lush – (green tea blend) green tea for skin products is very popular now, as a cleanser, lotion, and etc.  This tea blend is based on an ancient Chinese recipe for helping skin bloatedness and acne.

Organic Peppermint Tea
Organic Peppermint Tea

Peppermint – (herbal tea) is cooling tea that can also be a great tea for skin that can normalize skin oiliness or dryness by helping new skin cells grow.

Claritywhite tea have more antioxidants compared to green tea therefore doing a better job in circulation and eventually removal of toxin in the body.

Jasmine Teas – (floral herbal tea) fight effects of aging and abnormal oil production through normalizing your hormones by sipping this tea.

 

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Beautiful Green Tea

Beautiful – (green tea blend) the green tea itself that is in this tea blend is rich in antioxidants, however, it was made better by the natural skin-cleansing honeysuckle mixed in this.

Empress Garden – (green tea blend) another antioxidant-rich green tea made even better by blending rose buds, which tone skin, and jasmine that normalizes hormones.

Read about Empress Garden and how it was blended as a tea

Marigold (aka Calendula) – (floral herbal tea) apart from benefits tea can offer to our skin, we also have a skin healing tea. Marigold can relieve sunburn and heal dry eczema.

 

 

 


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Tea-Infused Porridge Recipe Perfect For Autumn

Mung Bean Porridge with Ginger Kiss Syrup recipe

Hot food is lovely during autumn.  Luckily we have a porridge recipe among many cooking recipes with tea from Betterteas.com

We thought you would appreciate this unique porridge recipe you can offer, serve or share to your customers to help them warm up their bodies in this cold season.

Mung Bean, which is the main ingredient, has natural abilities to help one adjust to low temparatures while the ginger, lemongrass and hibiscus will help boost your immune system and vitamin C reserves to fight off potential opportunistic illnesses.

This porridge is based on a traditional Chinese recipe for “sweet soup” with an added touch of spice from the antiseptic ginger, so expect this to please many palates.

mung-bean-porridge-gingerMung Bean Porridge with Ginger Kiss Syrup [serves 2-3]

Mung Bean Porridge ingredients

  • 1 cup Dried Mung Bean*
  • barley (optional)
  • 4 cups water
  • Chinese Rock Sugar* or Castor sugar slightly less sweet to taste
  1. Wash Mung Bean and barley to clear impurities.
  2. Pour in a pot with 4 cups of water and sugar.  Put the lid on and bring to a boil.
  3. Then with the lid slightly ajar, keep boiling until the skin of the beans break open and come off the bean (and the barley is nice and soft).  The beans should be very soft.
  4. Keep stirring and adding water if necessary continuously for about 20 minutes or more.
  5. When the porridge is done, set aside off the heat and let it cool a little bit while preparing the syrup.

Ginger Kiss Syrup ingredients

  1. Create a concentrated herbal infusion by placing Ginger, Hibiscus and Lemongrass in a teapot and pour in 3Tbsp boiling water.  Infuse for 3 minutes.
  2. Strain out the herbs so you would be left with the liquid infusion only.
  3. Combine the infusion with honey and mix.  Set aside.

To serve, scoop 1 cup of the warm mung bean porridge into an individual bowl, then drizzle the lovely Ginger Kiss syrup on top.

* Mung Bean and Rock Sugar can be found in Chinese supermarkets. Mung Bean is also called Green Bean. You can substitute it with Red Bean / Azuki Bean.


We wanted to share this recipe so your customers can also discover the lovely food we can make using tea.

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Sell Tea On Mothers Day – ft. Thinking of You Tea

Sell Tea For mothers Day
Mesmerizing fragrance to touch the body and soul, Thinking of you is created with gratitude of everything mothers in the world have done to make the world a better place! Soothing soft touches from floral tones, this green tea is mixed with a hint of black tea for the mums on the go.
Mesmerizing fragrance to touch the body and soul, Thinking of you is created with gratitude of everything mothers in the world have done to make the world a better place! Soothing soft touches from floral tones, this green tea is mixed with a hint of black tea for the mums on the go.

Do you sell tea and think you should expand your tea range?

Want to create a more variety of tea to add choices for your customers?

We have blended a tea specifically for Mothers’ Day and since the special day is fast-approaching, we thought you would like to see a tea concept brought to life.

You can make a limited release or special edition tea.  This will help you test a batch and check if the product concept works.  If it does fly off the shelf, you can then create more of your special tea blend.

Watch the video as we highlight “Thinking of You“, a special Mothers’ Day special tea.

VIDEO: Sell Tea – Thinking Of You

We can help you sell tea by creating your special blend of tea, package it and label it for you thru our Private Label Tea service.


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Marshmallow Flowers Among Teas Women Love

Marshmallow Flowers

Here are five flower teas that we want to feature and share with you.

We chose these for best timing for upcoming Mother’s Day.

Let’s celebrate with our customers to honour the women in our lives with Rose Buds, Chamomile, Hibiscus, Marshmallow Flowers (featured), and Ballerina.

Rose Buds
Rose Buds

Rose Buds

Superb remedy for being under the weather this rose bud infusion also makes a great night cuppa.
Rose has been widely consumed in Asia as the woman’s drink for its female wellbeing properties.
The Vitamin C content makes Rose great for skin toning niggly throats and the common cold.  A popular infusion that tastes great with a little drizzle of honey.
Chamomile
Chamomile

Chamomile

Great as a before-bed cuppa for adults and children. It may help to calm the nerves and sooth the eczematic body.

Traditional use for chamomile includes relaxing common cold digestive system complaints menstrual cramps nervousness and sleeplessness.

Besides a good night cup for kids Chamomile is also great for kids’ mild cough and babies’ teething discomfort.

https://teas.com.au/organic-chamomile.html

Hibiscus
Hibiscus

Hibiscus

Hibiscus is a great summer beverage hot or iced. Rich in Vitamin C and flavonoids, the beautiful Hibiscus ruby colour infusion may help the appetite to return and fight against cold and flu.

Traditionally Hibiscus (also known as Rozelle / Rosella / Karkarde) is also used for relieving skin complaints when applying the infusion topically and drunk for lowering blood pressure.

A recent radio interview in Australia suggests hibiscus may help relieving arthritis.

https://teas.com.au/hibiscus-whole.html

Marshmallow Flowers
Marshmallow Flowers

Marshmallow Flowers

Since ancient Roman time marshmallow (Malva Sylvestris mallow flower) has been used as food and medicine.

Historically it has been used as an anti-flammatory for coughs or other irritations of the mouth and the throat. Some cosmetic company use it in facial cream as it is properted to relieve dry facial skin.
Marshmallow flowers have a magical blue infusion is very light in taste. Add lemon juice and it will turn pink!
Ballerina
Ballerina

Ballerina *WILDCARD*

Simply drop the Ballerina bouquet tea ball into a jug or teapot add boiling water slowly and watch it open into a bloom of white tea leaves carefully hand strung with flowers.
With the wonderful fragrance and taste accompanied with the goodness of tea each ball serves 6–10 cups.
This tea ball is individually packed in lightly vacuum bag to keep its freshness and delicate red flower at the top.
White tea is known for its rarity and superb health benefits.
If you like Jasmine Green Tea this tea is for you – or as a little gift for someone special!
Many tea balls in the market is made of green tea but this one is made of white tea leaves.

https://teas.com.au/ballerina-bouquet-tea-ball.html


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Make Your Own Tea Blend — featuring Sensuous Woman Tea

Tea Blending Sensuous Woman

If you are a tea seller — tea shop, tea boutique, restaurant, cafe, tea business —  having thoughts to make your own tea blend, you have reached the right page of our site.

Firstly, we want to say, hello and welcome.

Here in EmpiroTeas, we are seriously passionate about helping other tea sellers.

We help and share the knowledge we have acquired from more than 10 years in the tea business through our newsletter subscriptions and our latest crash course with free one-on-one call, Tea Biz Rockstar.

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And we are proud to say that we have received feedback from numerous tea business owners telling us that we are doing a good job at guiding them in their tea business ventures.  Hence, we continue to share advice and recommendations here in our site.

On that note, we want to share about how to make your own tea blend, as a game changer in the having a tea selling business.

Is It OK To Make Your Own Tea Blend?

Yes!

After a while, you start to think of venturing out of the usual Assam, Ceylon, Mint tea, Earl Grey breakfast, Green tea and etc.  Although we are not saying that you can’t stick with the great classics, we just want you to be open-minded about exploration of other teas.

That’s why a lot of tea business have gone into this direction as well, after having a few main staples in their tea range.

Is It Easy To Make My Own Tea Blend?

Well, it may seem more complicated than it is.  But it is very easy when you know what to do.

And, all you need to do is talk to a trusted quality tea supplier.

Private label tea or custom blended tea is a service we do at Teas.com.au with our tea business partners.

How Do I Conceptualise My Unique Tea Blend?

There are many mays you can build a concept for a tea blend.

Some can have a certain blend in mind borrowed from a favourite existing tea blend.  Others think of a benefit they want to get highlight about their tea — antioxidant, detox, etc.  It could also be a feel they want with their tea — calming, cooling, refreshing, etc.

But the best way today is A STORY…

Tea featured in the video is Sensuous Woman Tea


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Best Tea For Busy Women

Tea For Busy Women

by Pat Bratianu and updated by Shaun Pilapil

Having a cup of tea for busy women is a great way to relax.

I remember when my children were small.  I was working as a nurse, going to school, and raising young children.

Needless to say, I had no time for myself and always felt tired, rushed and exhausted.
We had a speaker come to the hospital where I worked.  He said that if we were to care for others that we must care for ourselves first.  We were given an assignment to figure out how to do that.

Like most of the other moms, I was at a loss.

I then recalled how much I loved having a cup of good tea.

I purchased a box of tea.  It was reasonably priced and delicious.

I began sitting for fifteen minutes after work each day, enjoying my tea.
Looking back it seems like a small thing, but initially, it seemed impossible. I know this is a trite expression, but enjoying the tea, simply sitting, and taking a break really changed my life.

Here are some of the best teas that I know of for other busy women.

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Organic Chamomile

Chamomile reduces stress, aches and pains. The effects are more potent when chamomile is consumed on a regular basis.

Chamomile soothes a nervous or tense stomach.

You can even use it to comfort teething and colicky babies.

If you are breastfeeding, the healing benefits are transferred to your baby in your milk.

Organic Peppermint Tea
Organic Peppermint Tea

Peppermint is an herbal stimulant.

If you are tired or have a dull task to do, drink some peppermint tea.

It is great hot or cold. You can even bring some to work in a thermal bottle.

It will wake you up and help you to focus.

Unlike teas which contain caffeine, peppermint tea is caffeine free; hence it does not promote a jittery.  It soothes the stomach and relieves stress headaches.

After Dinner Tea
After Dinner Tea

If you prefer a tea blend, I recommend “After Dinner”.

It contains oolong which is well-known to help digestion since stomach problems are common for busy women.

Designed for the foodie who occasionally overeats, After Dinner has a refreshing aromatic rose character that pleases.

There are many herbal teas which offer health benefits.  Choose one or a variety of teas to suit your needs and mood.

So go ahead. Take a break.

Whether you need to relax or increase your energy, tea for busy women can provide busy women with much needed relief.


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But if you would like to avail them in wholesale prices, click on the image below

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