in China says that tea was discovered accidentally by Shen Nong, the
Divine Cultivator, around 3000 B.C. He is credited with inventing
agriculture and Chinese herbology. One day, leaves of the tea plant fell
into water he was boiling outside his house. He liked the drink, found it
to be a healthful beverage, and tea was born. Our green tea has a pleasing
mild and aromatic flavor, without the bitterness associated with some
green teas, whether steeped for a few minutes or longer. It is prepared
from superior quality green tea leaves. The freshly picked leaves are
gently heated, then dried. This process destroys the enzymes that would
deplete the nutrients and keeps the tea leaves green. Considerable
research on green tea has shown it to be high in polyphenols, a group of
powerful antioxidants. Experts recommend drinking three or more cups of
green tea a day. Gain all the benefits of green tea by drinking it
everyday, just as Asian people do. Enjoy it hot or iced.
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