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Raise a Cup of Tea to Your Health

Delicious and Healthy
Stir up a blend of rich black tea, ginger, cardamom, cloves, black pepper, nutmeg and cinnamon; add hot water, milk and honey and what have you got? The answer is an exotic, delicious drink that may be one of the best things you've done for your health in years. Chai tea is the East's answer to the morning cup of coffee, a delicious blend of tea, milk and spices that is so smooth and wonderfully tasteful that it's hard to believe it's good for you.

Powerful Antioxidants
There's no disputing the health benefits of tea, though. There have been no less than 2000 studies done to confirm those health benefits in the past year. Black tea, the main ingredient in the chai tea recipe, contains the most powerful antioxidants that science knows. Tea and chai tea help prevent and fight many different kinds of cancer, lower cholesterol and high blood pressure may reduce the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and are being studied for their ability to boost the immune system. That's an awful lot of goodness - and it's just a start.

The fact is that every ingredient in the chai tea recipe is good for you, and when you put them all together they pack a powerful punch for your immune system.

The next time you're considering a hot, spicy, sugar free beverage, think exotic AND healthy, and brew up a cup of delicious, sugar-free chai. Both your body and your taste buds will thank you.

Tea Leaf
Tea Leaves (Camellia sinensis)
Tea is full of healthy substances, including antioxidants, that may help prevent everything from heart disease to strokes to cancer.
Ginger Chai
Ginger (Zingiberaceae)
Ginger root is believed to strengthen and heal the digestive and respiratory system, as well as to fight off colds/flu. Removes congestion, soothes sore throats, and relieves body aches. Recent studies have shown it to be effective in preventing motion sickness as well.
Cloves (Eugenia Caryophyllus)
Derived from dried, unopened buds of a dense evergreen. Believed to invigorate and restore, helps generate heat in the body; useful during the cold/flu season.
Cinnamon Chai
Cinnamon (Cinnamonum Zeylanicum)
This herb is a stimulant to other herbs enabling them to work faster.
Pepper (Piper nigrum)
Imparts an underlying warmth to the body
Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum)
Stimulates the mind and gives clarity
Nutmeg Chai
Nutmeg (Myristica Fragrans)
Seed comes from the nutmeg tree, a tropical evergreen. Adds a rich flavor

Please note:  The above information may not all be based on scientific, empirical studies.  For medical advice, please consult your doctor.   

Caffeine Content

Milligrams per 5 ounce cup


app. 200

Black Tea

app. 100


From CNN Food & Health:  
"The latest science shows tea is full of healthy substances, including ones known as antioxidants, that may help prevent everything from heart disease to strokes to cancer."
Tea in the News >>

"'s chai is such refreshing break from coffee. It lifts your spirits without getting you wired."
Laurel K., Miami, FL

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