Tea & its benefits

You may not have known it, but tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world - second only to water! 🫖

By: Sylvia Tessier

It's not commonplace!

Although it comes in many varieties, tea has one common denominator: its benefits are more than numerous!

It's not for nothing that people who live in regions where tea drinking is cultural can look back on more than a century of life!

Green, black, white, oolong and other teas come from the tea plant (camellia sinensis), a shrub native to China. The degree of fermentation and the picking season influence the flavor and color of the leaves. Green tea, the least oxidized, is appreciated for its mild taste and its many benefits for the body.

Enjoy antioxidant-rich green tea in a variety of forms: loose leaf for personalized enjoyment, convenient tea bags for direct infusion, and matcha powder - all of which benefit your health and well-being!

Green tea contains less caffeine than coffee or black tea, making it a more sensible choice for those prone to insomnia or more anxious people. However, due to its caffeine content, it is not recommended for those with liver disorders.

Here are a few special features, depending on your preferred tea family:


Aids restful sleep thanks to its calming properties

Reduces inflammation & digestive disorders

Improves hair & skin health


Saturally stimulates metabolism

Detoxifies & energizes

Slimming & toning ally


Improves & protects the immune system

Decreases fatigue

Favors blood pressure & circulation


Improves intestinal flora diversity

Fights cellular aging

Improves brain capacity

Now that you know a little more about the richness of including a cup of tea in your lifestyle habits, we wish you a delectable Tea Day! 🍵🤩