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Welcome to Bayswater Tea

If you’ve been having trouble finding that exotic tea you had once when you were in India or South America, Bayswater Tea Co. might be your best chance at finding it. The cafe and retail store offers more than 200 different types of tea. Black tea, white tea, green tea, rooibos – it’s all here. One of the most popular teas is Divine Temptation, a richly-flavoured, aromatic black tea with chunks of hazelnut and nougat in it. The store also offers a number of healthy teas. Yerba mate, which comes from South America, is rich in vitamins and minerals and is known for its pick-me-up qualities.

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Teas offer us so many health benefits—inside and out. Some teas can reduce bad cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease, while others have antibacterial properties and can combat sleep issues. But did you know that teas are also great for our skin? To see benefits, you can drink, apply directly to your skin, or use extracts. There are so many to choose from, and each of them works in its own unique way to keep your skin looking beautiful.  The Best Teas for Your Skin It all starts from within. When your insides are working correctly, it shows on the outside. And most importantly, tea starts with water—the most essential part of keeping skin healthy. People have been drinking tea for thousands of years, and it’s clear why. 1. Chamomile tea Sleep is imperative for maintaining a glowing complexion, which may make chamomile the most popular tea for skin. When you aren’t sleeping well, your mirror will show you the effects. Next time you see dark circles creeping up, put some chamomile tea bags on your eyes to reduce the puffiness and get rid of that tired look. It’s relaxing properties also make this a great tea for red, irritated skin. And not only does chamomile promote relaxation and sleep, but it’s full of quercetin, which protects your skin from sun damage with its potent antioxidant properties. 2. Jasmine tea Not only does it smell beautiful, jasmine tea actually has antioxidant and antibacterial properties that keep your immune system healthy [source]. It relaxes and dilates the blood vessels to bring a rich blood supply with all of its nutrients to the skin [source]. It can prevent the signs of aging, helps with healing wounds [source], and even treats skin conditions like acne [source]. 3. Green tea  Green tea is also packed full of sun damage-fighting agents. Too much sun exposure can increase your risk for skin cancer and age your skin prematurely. The catechins in green tea, like EGCG [source], are potent polyphenols that can fight free radicals and thus reduce skin damage, give protection from ultraviolet rays, and prevent wrinkle formation [source]. These powerful catechins have also been shown to revive dying skin cells and promote healthy new cells. Try this Green Tea Energy Drink for a great skin boost. 4. Rooibos Also known as Red Bush Tea, rooibos has been used for thousands of years in South Africa and can treat a variety of skin conditions. It’s thought that […]
People all over the world have been drinking tea for thousands of centuries, and for good reason. Numerous studies have shown that a variety of teas may boost your immune system, fight off inflammation, and even ward off cancer and heart disease. While some brews provide more health advantages than others, there’s plenty of evidence that regularly drinking tea can have a lasting impact on your wellness. Put the kettle on, because we’re sharing some of the biggest benefits hidden in the world’s most popular teas. White Tea Known to have a delicate flavor, white tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant that’s native to China and India. It is also the least processed tea variety. Research shows it may be the most effective tea in fighting various forms of cancer thanks to its high level of antioxidants. White tea may also be good for your teeth since it contains a high source of fluoride, catechins and tannins that can strengthen teeth, fight plaque, and make it more resistant to acid and sugar. This variety also offers the least amount of caffeine, making it a smart choice for tea drinkers who want to avoid or limit their caffeine consumption. Herbal Tea Herbal teas, sometimes called tisanes, are very similar to white teas, but they contain a blend of herbs, spices, fruits or other plants in addition to tea leaves. Herbal teas don’t contain caffeine, which is why they’re known for their calming properties. There are numerous types of herbal teas, all with their unique benefits. Some of the most popular herbal teas include: Chamomile tea – Helps to reduce menstrual pain and muscle spasms, improves sleep and relaxation, and reduces stressRooibos – Improves blood pressure and circulation, boosts good cholesterol while lowering bad cholesterol, keeps hair strong and skin healthy, and provides relief from allergiesPeppermint – Contains menthol, which can soothe an upset stomach and serve as a cure for constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and motion sickness. This tea variety also offers pain relief from tension headaches and migraines.Ginger – Helps to fight against morning sickness, can be used to treat chronic indigestion and helps to relieve joint pain caused by osteoarthritisHibiscus – Lowers blood pressure and fat levels, improves overall liver health, can starve off cravings for unhealthy sweets, and may prevent the formation of kidney stones Green Tea Green tea originates from China, where the leaves are processed with heat using a pan-firing or roasting […]
A number of scientific researchers have been investigating the possible health benefits contained within tea. And now it appears there’s a growing body of evidence to suggest that drinking tea could actually ward off some very serious conditions, including cancer, obesity and dehydration. Studies have suggested that drinking three or more cups of tea a day could actually be better for you than drinking the same amount of water, with the antioxidants contained within tea boosting the body’s health, at the same time as rehydrating it. The main health benefits of tea drinking Here are some of the key health benefits that scientists reckon tea drinking can bring: Tea reduces the risk of heart disease – Tea can potentially improve the blood flow around the body, by widening key arteries and reducing the risk of clots. Tea also contains antioxidants called ‘flavonoids’, which may slow down the onset and risk of heart disease.Tea hydrates the body – Although water is the prime fluid for rehydrating the body after exercise or a long day in the office, some scientists believe that drinking tea could be equally useful. Although high in caffeine, tea is still great for hydration as it provides a rich and flavorsome source of water.Tea prevents tooth decay – Believe it or not, a regular supply of tea can really strengthen your teeth and lower the risk of tooth decay. Tea is a great source of fluoride, which can bolster tooth enamel. The antioxidants contained within a cuppa have also been known to fight against bacteria and gum disease.Slimming through tea drinking? – Some scientific studies have suggested that regular tea drinking can help to keep body fat down by speeding up the burning of calories. If nothing else, it’s less fattening than sipping on a soft drink.Boosting memory power with tea – Many scientists believe that certain types of tea, such as green tea, can strengthen memory cells in the brain, and offer protection from the development of dementia and even Alzheimer’s Disease. No wonder old people drink so much tea.Beating cancer through the power of tea – Some high-profile studies have recently suggested that tea drinking could seriously help your chances of avoiding cancer. Although research is still developing in this area, reports indicate that prostate, mouth and breast cancer cases are much lower amongst those who regularly drink five or more cups of tea a day. Types of healthy tea With so many potential health benefits, there’s never […]

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