7 popular teas from around the world

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1.Mongolian herbal tea-families of Mongol tribes are engaged in collecting the plant “sagan daila” (Lat. Rhododendron adamsii). The drink “Tibetan wing” is made from rhododendrons. It is extremely tasty and restores your lost strength. That is why the people of Mongolia are long-lived and know almost no disease. This drink has the most powerful energy effect. Increases working ability and endurance. This drink, at the same time, does not deplete the body’s reserves. The rhododendron plant gathers at an altitude of 2000 meters. It is located in an area with untouched nature and clean air. Tea from the “Tibetan Wing” is useful for everyone. It improves the nutrition of blood vessels, strengthens the body’s resistance and supplies it with the necessary oxygen. It is especially effective in osteochondrosis of the neck and chest. Normalizes blood cholesterol and activates the heart. It reduces the density of blood and normalizes arterial pressure.

2.Moroccan mint tea  is a green tea prepared with spearmint leaves and sugar, traditional to the Greater Maghreb region (the northwest African countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Mauritania). It has since spread throughout North Africa, parts of the Sahel, France and the Arab world. It is most closely associated with Morocco and in Spanish is known simply as “Moorish tea”, té moruno. A similar drink is prepared in Spain but is typically served chilled as iced tea in the summer, instead of hot year-round.

Mint tea is central to social life in the Maghreb. The serving can take a ceremonial form, especially when prepared for a guest. The tea is traditionally made by the head male in the family and offered to guests as a sign of hospitality. Typically, at least three glasses of tea are served. The tea is consumed throughout the day as a social activity. The native spearmint Nana possesses a clear, pungent, mild aroma, and is the mint that is traditionally used in Maghrebi mint tea. Other hybrids and cultivars of spearmint, including yerba buena, are occasionally used as substitutes for Nana mint. In Morocco, mint tea is sometimes perfumed with herbs, flowers, or orange blossom water. In the cold season, they add many warming herbs like pennyroyal mint and wormwood.

3.Spanish Peppermint (Menta Poleo) Tea- A similar drink to Moroccan mint tea is prepared in Spain but is typically served chilled as iced tea in the summer, instead of hot year-round. Usually contain leaves of Mentha Piperita.

4.Indian tea is from the leaves of the plant Camelia sinensis. The plant has been grown on plantations for more than 120 years in India, Ceylon, China and Georgia, and some countries with warmer climates. Camelia sinensis is sensitive to low temperatures. Camelia is a plantation and perennial woody plant. It is also an evergreen heat-loving plant very sensitive to low temperatures. This plant is completely dependent on man and modern erotechnics. The plant is quite rich in caffeine. Georgian black tea and green tea – is from the leaves of the plant Camelia sinensis. The plant has been grown on plantations for more than 120 years in India, Ceylon, China and Georgia, and some countries with warmer climates. Camelia sinensis is sensitive to low temperatures. Camelia is a plantation and perennial woody plant. It is also an evergreen heat-loving plant very sensitive to low temperatures. This plant is completely dependent on man and modern erotechnics. The plant is quite rich in caffeine.

5.Chinese tea is made from the leaves of the plant Camelia sinensis. The plant has been grown on plantations for more than 120 years in India, Ceylon, China and Georgia, and some countries with warmer climates. Camelia sinensis is sensitive to low temperatures. Camelia is a plantation and perennial woody plant. It is also an evergreen heat-loving plant very sensitive to low temperatures. This plant is completely dependent on man and modern erotechnics. The plant is quite rich in caffeine.

6. Ceylon tea is from the leaves of the plant Camelia sinensis. The plant has been grown on plantations for more than 120 years in India, Ceylon, China and Georgia, and some countries with warmer climates. Camelia sinensis is sensitive to low temperatures. Camelia is a plantation and perennial woody plant. It is also an evergreen heat-loving plant very sensitive to low temperatures. This plant is completely dependent on man and modern erotechnics. The plant is quite rich in caffeine. Russian tea – the original Russian tea was obtained from the leaves of a wild and wild medicinal plant (Epilobium angustifolium). This plant grows freely in nature in areas of northern climate (Siberia, northern European area and North American region). Epilobium angustifolium –

7.Russian tea is a wild and annual (herbaceous wild plant) adapted to the harsh climatic conditions of Siberia). The plant does not contain caffeine. The Russians have been making tea from the plant Epilobium angustifolium for more than 1000 years. The drink was called Russian tea or Koporski tea (after the Kopor area near Kaliningrad in Russia). The largest number of producers of this tea is concentrated here. Tea is obtained by complete or partial fermentation of the leaves of the plant. The leaves are subjected to a fermentation process before drying. This gives a fuller and better taste. Russian tea is a beverage that cured almost all diseases — people of ancient times believed. That is why European doctors regularly recommended Russian tea to patients as a medicine. Russian tea was very popular in Europe in the mid-19th century. That is why in the 1990s, in the 19th century, it was on the second place in the list of export items of the then Empire of Russia. In the Middle Ages, Russian tea was a means of payment (instead of money). Due to its healing properties, Russian tea is always relevant on world markets. Epilobium angustifolium is an ingredient in over 1200 different products of the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.

The text is primarily of an informational nature. An article cannot replace professional medical advice, examination, diagnosis or treatment.

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