Extreme Health’s Organically Grown Green Tea, Loose Leaf, 8-Ounce Bag

December 14, 2013 - Comment

From the idyllic mountains of China, this organic whole leaf Green Tea naturally contains a high concentration of antioxidants called polyphenals which help support the body’s natural process to neutralize harmful free Radicals. Product Features Green tea traditionally is beneficial for boosting energy, stimulating mental clarity, promotes circulation, promotes weight loss, aids in digestion, maintains

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From the idyllic mountains of China, this organic whole leaf Green Tea naturally contains a high concentration of antioxidants called polyphenals which help support the body’s natural process to neutralize harmful free Radicals.

Product Features

  • Green tea traditionally is beneficial for boosting energy, stimulating mental clarity, promotes circulation, promotes weight loss, aids in digestion, maintains healthy blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol
  • Experts quote loose leaf tea is superior to tea bags, Extreme’s loose leaf 4 oz. yields 60 or more servings, the 8 oz. yields 120 or more servings, excellent value
  • Extreme Health USA’s loose leaf Green Tea is USDA certified organically grown and selected for its very high concentrations of antioxidants.

Comments

Craig K. Holmes "CKHolmes" says:

Wonderful tea I bought this tea after reading a superb recommendation for it from a reliable source. I was a little wary about buying sight unseen, but I have to say the flavor matches the outstanding health benefits of this tea. Not surprising, since most quality items that are grown with care tend to excel in flavor as well.This tea is very dry and shriveled, so the package is really packed. I usually get 3-4 cups of great tea per two tablespoons of leaves. This tea is meant to be used up pretty…

Betty Stafursky says:

Love this tea, and it’s good for you! This is the best quality and best-tasting organically grown green tea, as recommended by Raymond Francis on his website […] I drink several cups a day, and it seems to curb my appetite, aids in digestion and gives me more energy. It is high in antioxidants. This tea is an important part of my health regimen. I just love it!

R. Hill says:

Tasteless I am shocked at the positive reviews for this tea. It is almost completely tasteless, just a slight fruity flavour, it does not resemble any green tea that I have bought in the past when living in Japan or from Asian markets in the USA. There is not a hint of green colour in the tea and the leaf is dry, large and not compacted at all in the bag. In fact, the leaves are too big to fit in a tea ball.Does this tea really contain more antioxidants and polyphenols? Can not find substantiation…

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