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Long Leaf Green Tea

by hemant arora Consumer Marketing Expert with a focus on Strategy

Our long leaf green teas are a brew selected different plantations across the country, from well-known tea producing regions such as Upper Assam, Darjeeling, and Tripura. Tea leaves are also gathered from the northern banks of the great Brahmaputra. The plantations in these regions experience ample amount of rain in the monsoon while humidity is constant throughout the year. This weather along with the kind of soil found here grant our tea its distinct quality - dark red brew with a strong flavor. The company manufactures many varieties of tea including Green Tea, Slimming Tea, Herbal tea, Black tea, etc.

 

Certified Organic long leaf green Tea is one which is free of any kind of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. This kind of tea is usually valued for its quality as it retains the nutrients from the soil; the ecosystem it hails from. It relies on 100% natural processes, biodiversity and natural cycles for cultivation. Organic tea is not only good for health but for the environment as well. Crave Natura is proud to have its own Organic Tea, which stands out from the rest in terms of quality and health benefits.

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As listed above, Organic Tea is chemical free. Crave Natura's Organic Tea is certified, which is sufficient to prove its credibility. Many tea brands claim to manufacture Organic Tea but in reality, most products have a high concentration of synthetic chemicals. Crave Natura, you can be sure, produces 100% healthy Organic Tea. Since we take extra measures to keep the tea as natural as possible, most natural chemicals are retained even by the final stage of preparing CraveNatura's Organic tea has the maximum percentage of antioxidants and beneficial polyphenols. Consuming our Organic Tea will improve your cardiovascular and neural functioning, as well as general fitness and well-being. It has also proven to have improved mental alertness in many cases. Additionally, studies have concluded that consistent intake of good Organic tea lowers the chances of suffering from neuropsychiatric disorders. Teas that have a high concentration of Catechins are said to help prevent cell damage, which makes CraveNatura's Organic Tea one of your best choices to delay aging. According to user feedback, we can safely say that with CraveNatura's Organic Tea one can prevent the chances of suffering from dental cavities, chronic fatigue.

The polyphenols present in our Organic tea inhibits the growth of a tumor and lowers cholesterol levels if consumed on a daily basis.  Crave Natura's Organic long leaf green tea offers additional benefits thanks to its unique processing.   Unlike other teas, our Organic tea is not oxidized before it is dried, leading to its light color and strong flavor. Because of its herbal nature, Crave Natura's Organic tea is rich in vitamins and antioxidants. An antioxidant called epigallocatechin-3-gallate, commonly referred to as EGCG can increase metabolism by up to six percent. If you consume it daily, you will cut down the risk of cancer and boost cardiovascular health. It will also help improve immune function, as a result of which you will be able to reduce your weight. The fact that Crave Natura's Organic tea is processed from the Camellia Sinensis plant is a bonus as the tea contains caffeine. Caffeine helps blast fat effectively and enhances mental alertness as well. High concentration of caffeine is believed to improve performance during your workouts, supporting the burning of more calories. Studies confirm that drinking tea with caffeine help boost thermogenesis and metabolism, particularly when paired with the certain catechins. Suppose you are looking for something that is likely to increase the metabolism of fats, CraveNatura's Organic Tea is your best bet

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About hemant arora Innovator     Consumer Marketing Expert with a focus on Strategy

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