Non-metal implements are best for herbal teas!

Non-metal implements are best for herbal teas! from Blissful Herbs - nurturing herbs for body and soul

By: Blissful Herbs - nurturing herbs for body and soul  25-Sep-2011
Keywords: Womens Health, Herbal Teas, Natural Remedies

Did you know that contact with metal can lessen the potency of vitamins and minerals in herbal teas? Metal strainers, spoon and teapots are just fine if you're brewing tea or chai purely for the taste. But if it's the therapeutic properties of a herbal tea you are wanting to benefit from, it is better to use hot water instead of boiling water, and let the tea steep a little longer than for your usual black tea cuppa; and to use non-metal implements such as a ceramic or glass pot, and strainers and spoons made of bamboo or wood. And so, to complement our fantastic range of nurturing tea blends, Blissful Herbs stocks a selection of lovely implements to enhance your 'tea ceremony'. We have a hand-crafted bamboo tea strainer, with super-fine mesh to catch the smallest particles, for $8. There is a wooden teaspoon, for $2. These are perfect if you like to add honey to your tea. There are also hand-crafted re-usable muslin tea bags, perfect for a single cup of tea, with a uniquely beaded counterweight, for $4. These are so fun to use! If you are buying tea as a gift or care package, these accessories add that something special.

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