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Buddha Herbal Teas Review

By Debi Lantzer @debiL1611

I was contacted sometime ago by Buddha Teas about giving their organic tea a try. I am not a big tea drinker, but I do use Matcha Green Tea daily in my protein shakes, and I'm always open to something new, so I replied with a big "yes, sure, send me some". When the box arrived, I noticed how well the product presents itself - great packaging and art - made me excited to try the product even more!

Buddha Herbal Teas Review

Buddha Teas do not compromise quality or morals. They are organic and non-GO. The tea bags themselves are bleach-free and the product is free of all additives, colors or added colors. Buddha Teas are supporters of a pesticide, chemical free life and the products are 100% Kosher. Buddha Teas uses 100% recyclable packaging.

The History: When John, the owner of Buddha Teas, learned how heavily most tea companies relied on pesticides, fillers, additives and flavorings in the creation of their products and started Buddha Teas. He was concerned about the effects of such chemicals on the human body as well as the environment, so he decided to create an alternative. John chose ingredients that were grown organically or wild-harvested to keep his teas as natural as possible. He'd also had a long-standing interest in the use of herbs as alternative medicine, an interest that inspired him to produce a line of herbal teas.

The name "Buddha Teas" was chosen not to reflect a religion, but a philosophy - living a life in harmony with the world, one of simplicity, generosity and filled with compassion for all life. As a company devoted to offering natural teas that are healthy for consumers and for the environment, this philosophy was a perfect fit. By taking from the earth no more than what we need, and giving back to it through recycling and compostable products, Buddha Teas would strive not to profit from the earth, but to honor it and its many blessings.

About the Matcha Green Tea - The health benefits of matcha tea exceed those of green tea because when you drink matcha you ingest the whole leaf, not just leaf extracted in water. One glass of matcha is the equivalent of several glasses of regular green tea in terms of nutritional value and antioxidant content. Fresh water is essential for brewing a great cup of tea. Use one teabag per cup of boiling water. Cover and steep for 4 to 6 minutes. This green tea variety is made from tea leaves that have been powdered, which gives it a strong, appealing flavor when brewed. Matcha tea is a favorite of tea connoisseurs, and has been enjoyed for more than a thousand years.

Buddha Herbal Teas Review

The flavor of this Matcha Green Tea was amazing! I haven't had a lot of experience drinking hot tea, but as my first experience, I'm very glad that it was Buddha Teas' product! They are very reasonably priced as well - if you want to check out Buddha Teas website, you can check it out HERE. They are also on social media! Check them out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest and tumblr!

Disclosure: I did not receive any compensation for this post. I did however receive the above products in exchange for my honest review and unbiased opinion.

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