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[AcuBlog] AcuBay Clinic's variety of tea: Drink for your health!


When it comes to drinking fluids, did you know that tea is the most consumed drink in the world after water?


Here are some more interesting facts about tea:

  1. Tea was first recognized as a medicinal beverage.

  2. China produces the most tea in the world next to India, Kenya, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia.

  3. In the year 2020, the revenue of tea was discovered to be around $231,043 million.

  4. At $200 per gram, the most expensive tea is called golden tips and is from Sir Lanka. The tea leaves are picked only when the conditions allow for it and are dried using a velvet cloth.

  5. Turkey is known to have consumed the most tea in the world with an average of 6.96 lb (3.16 kg) of tea each year.

At AcuBay Clinic, our main goal is to have our patients experience as much different tea as possible. In order to fulfill that goal, we have been offering complimentary tea services at the end of each appointment and our patients have been loving it so far - the most popular one has been buckwheat tea! Some patients have gone along their way to purchase the tea directly from us on the day of their appointment which makes it a much easier process for them.


Here are the different types of tea we offer and their benefits:

  1. Buckwheat Tea (One of our personal and patients' favorites!)

  2. This tea is made from roasted buckwheat and can be served warm or cold.

  3. Benefits: Gluten-free, fiber, minerals. Blood sugar control, reduces cholesterol, renal function, immune system, and weight loss.

  4. Other benefits: Prevents edema, improves ovulatory function and is a good anti-caffeine source.

  5. Chamomile Tea

  6. Chamomile is an herb that comes from the daisy-like flowers of the Asteraceae plant family.

  7. Benefits: Relieves nerves and reduces stress. The powerhouse of antioxidants.

  8. Other benefits: Reducing menstrual pain, treating diabetes, lowers blood sugar, reducing inflammation, and more.

  9. Fecundi Tea

  10. All organic spearmint, lemon balm, nettle leaf, dandelion leaf, raspberry leaf, oat straw, alfalfa, ginger, and lemon peel.

  11. Benefits: Fecundi Tea (fecundity) celebrates the ability to reproduce.

  12. Additional Details: This infusion is especially beneficial during the nine months of pregnancy.

  13. Happy Tummy Tea

  14. All organic catnip, spearmint, lemongrass, calendula flowers, skullcap, rosemary, sage leaf, and fennel seed.

  15. Benefits: Eases your stomach by processing speedy digestion.

  16. Helpful tips: Organic happy tummy tea is a gentle blend that makes a wonderful beverage to sip after a large meal.

  17. Women's Balancing Tea

  18. All organic peppermint leaf, raspberry leaf, nettle leaf, ginger root, dandelion leaf, oat straw, horsetail, chamomile flowers, and rose petals.

  19. Benefits: Helps harmonize the body and bring balance to stressed hormones.

  20. Other benefits: It can help with fertility, perfect for stress, painful periods, PCOS, and other hormone-related symptoms.

  21. Dawn Chorus Tea

  22. Organic nettle leaf, organic and fair trade green rooibos, and organic rose petals.

  23. Benefits: The perfect way to start the day and offers just the right amount of pick-up-up for a sleepy afternoon. A great alternative to strong caffeinated drinks.

  24. Other benefits: It can help with fertility, perfect for stress, painful periods, PCOS, and other hormone-related symptoms.

  25. Burdock Root Tea

  26. Organic burdock root has been used as food and medicine for centuries.

  27. Benefits: A powerhouse of antioxidants. Soothes cough and cold, improves liver function, eases pain, reduces blood pressure, diabetes, and water retention.

  28. Other benefits: Increases urine flow, kills germs, reduces fever, and 'purifies' the blood. Also good for skin complications.

  29. Red Rooibos Tea

  30. Organic red rooibos that comes from the fermented leaves of the Aspalathus linearis shrub, a plant native to South Africa.

  31. Benefits: Contains calcium, magnesium, iron, and potassium. Great for pregnant women, the digestive system, insomnia, skin disease, and diabetes.

  32. Other Benefits: Rich in antioxidants, polyphenols, which are chemical compounds that allow plants to fight stress.

Feel free to give contact us through phone, text, email, or even through our social platforms! In addition to having you feel better than before, we also promote our complimentary tea service for more benefits to health. You can also purchase tea packets directly at our clinic after your appointment with us, so make sure to book your appointment with us!


Contact:

www.acubayclinic.com

acubay88@gmail.com

408-828-3409


Our Offices:

Campbell: 1925 S Winchester Blvd #205, Campbell, CA 95008

Morgan Hill: 15585 Monterey Rd Suite E, Morgan Hill, CA 95037


Citations:

Edgson, Jessica. “28 Heart-Worming Tea Statistics and Facts for 2020.” Supplements101, 2020, supplements101.net/tea-statistics/. Accessed 8 June 2021

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