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Tea industry in India may benefit from Union Budget 2021

The Tea Association of India (TAI), the apex body of tea garden owners, is optimistic about the Budget proposals. It said the emphasis on the...

People Consuming Flavanol Rich Foods Likely To Have Low Blood Pressure

People who consume a diet having flavanol-rich foods and drinks such as tea, apple, and berry juice, could have lower blood pressure, according to...

Akshay Kumar Tastes Elephant Poop Tea And Thanks Bear Grylls

Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar is yet to get over tasting elephant poop tea, and he has British adventurer Bear Grylls to thanks for the...

Immunity Booster Drinks To Replace Your Morning Tea

A balanced diet plays an important part in strengthening your immunity. During such unprecedented times, make sure you are not missing out on essential...

This International Tea Day Know More About India’s Tea Culture Evolution

BY PUJA GUPTA                                           ...

Here’s why You Should Drink Tea 3 Times a Week

Good news for tea lovers! Researchers have found that drinking tea at least three times a week is linked with a longer and healthier...

What are Tea Producers in Kenya Doing to Cope up With the Price Rise? Find it Out Here

In a humming factory in Kenya's highlands, tea is hand-plucked from the fields, cured and shredded into the fine leaves that have sated drinkers...

Acting is Not My Cup of Tea, Says Yo Yo Honey Singh

BY DURGA CHAKRAVARTY He regularly makes news with his instant winner rap numbers, as well as the often-controversial lyrics of the songs. Rapper Yo Yo...

A Brief Guide On The Benefits Of Oolong Tea

Oolong tea has become a favorite amongst regular tea drinkers, and other than the incredible taste and aroma, it may have to do with...

Tea Drinkers Have Healthier Brain Functioning, Research Suggests

Research suggests that regular tea drinkers have better organised brain regions and this is associated with healthy cognitive function as compared to non-tea drinkers. "Our...

Beware! Sipping Hot Tea Raises Risk of Esophageal Cancer

Love to drink your tea piping hot? Beware, it could raise the risk of esophageal cancer, finds a study. The study showed that risk of...

Habitual Tea Drinking May Lead to Higher Bone Density

Habitual tea drinking can lead to higher bone density, particularly for women, and lower the risk of bone fractures, according to a prospective study of 450,000 adults by...

Drink Tea for Thinner Body, Beautiful Skin

Scientific research testifies to the health benefits of all kinds of tea, which not only help with beauty factors but also weight loss and...

Study Shows That 3 Cups of Coffee or Tea Daily May Cut Risk of Stroke

Are you an ardent coffee or tea lover, but advised to avoid caffeinated beverages due to your heart conditions Cheer up, drinking upto three...

Indian Tea Industry Records Highest Ever Production

Achieving a historic feat, the Indian tea industry recorded the highest ever production of 1,325.05 million kg as well as export of 256.57 million...

High BP Patients Prefer Pills and Tea Rather Than Exercise

People are more likely to choose a daily cup of tea or a pill over exercise as the preferred treatment to control their high...

Why Tea is so popular Worldwide? India’s Tea Genome sequencing project will not replicate work done by Chinese

Genome is the complete set of genes or genetic material present in a cell or organism Chinese researchers announced on May 1 they...

Tea from Britain Booming in China, the Drink’s Birthplace

HARROGRATE, ENGLAND, Sept 06, 2016: Ji Mengyu sinks into a soft chair with her cup of tea to the sound of tinkling teaspoons and light...

Auction for Darjeeling Tea goes Online, will not be “hand-gaveled” Anymore

Darjeeling tea comes from only about 87 estates producing about 8 million kilos out of which 2.5-3 million goes directly under Choudhury’s gavel ...

Tea Story! Why Tea is India’s most loved Brewed Beverage

Over 70% of tea in the world is consumed in India alone The northeast areas like Assam prefer Sah, Ronga Sah (red...

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