Tea for Detoxification ProgrammeCamellia's Tea House
January is such a perfect time for a gentle detox in order to recover and improve health after the excesses of the festive season. In the mid-winter, the body requires a nourishing and supportive detox to digest a huge amount of heavy food consumed during the holiday. As we had known, since the first sipping in Ancient China, tea drinking has never gone out of fashion, due to tea having vast health-giving properties, which can help promote general well-being and improve a healthy balanced lifestyle. The tea leaves contain anti-oxidant properties which play a vital role in boosting metabolic rate, resulting in energy being burned, even when not active. At Camellia’s Tea House, we always believe in drinking herbal and light caffeinated teas containing detoxifying agents that help support the metabolism and increase internal body temperature during the cold season. To lighten up your diet, we recommend the following wellness teas for detoxification programme:
This is a delicious fusion of Pu Erh tea, ginger and lavender and when combined it creates an earthy, spicy blend with touches of floral notes. Pu Erh teas are well known for their fat-reducing properties and together with the cleansing effect of ginger and lavender, this is the ideal fat buster tea for detoxification programme!
Like other Pu Erh teas, this one represents a unique type of tea that has been double fermented and buried underground for up to two years. It is this complex and time-consuming production process that gives the dark red infusion its strong and unique flavour that is predominantly earthy and woody with an underlying spiciness
Also known as the “Temple of Heaven”, this variety of gunpowder tea is one of the more popular green teas in China, especially in the eastern provinces. Using a centuries-old method, each leaf is rolled into a small pellet, resembling black powder and giving this green tea its unique name. This refreshing tea has a strong aroma with an underlying sweetness and can be enjoyed throughout the day.
Also known as ‘White Haired Monkey’ because the young tea buds appear twisted and have a silvery hue. The tea produces a classic, sweet, jasmine flavour and wonderful aroma. It was traditionally drunk by Chinese ladies for its beauty-enhancing qualities!
A light herbal infusion marked but its distinct chamomile and elderflower undertones. It contains a wide range of herbs such as chickweed, red clover, nettle and dandelion and is believed to help promote healthy and clear skin throughout the body.
This delicious infusion is believed to speed up the metabolism and aid weight loss when combined with a healthy diet and exercise. You should avoid this infusion during pregnancy.
This is a delicate and refreshing herbal tea which is believed to benefit the digestive system but also to have a generally soothing and calming effect on the body. It contains lemongrass, lemon peel and ginger and is marked by a tangy aroma and an invigorating lemon flavour with a spicy finish. You can miss out this tea for detoxification programme