Are you a tea connoisseur? Do you know which tea ails a bad stomach ache or helps you lose weight? If you are, then that’s great! If you have no idea what’s the difference between ginger or hibiscus tea–then you landed on the right page.
Interestingly enough, Moriba’s teas are reputable for healing your mind, body and spirit. It’s not even a gimmick since these natural teas derive from West Africa. And West Africa is well known for having amazing herbs, spices and foods. Personally, I am a hardcore fan of Moriba’s hibiscus tea.
It has this tart, cranberry-citrus-like taste that’s almost indescribable. I simply know that as soon as I drink it, I am engrossed in a warm, happy feeling. Moriba’s hibiscus tea is rich in antioxidants, can help ail digestion problems and lower your blood pressure too.In general, Hibiscus tea is popular in Europe as a lemonade drink, was widely popular with the pharaohs in Egypt, and can also be made into a fine wine in China.
Interested in learning more? Read on.
1.) Hibiscus: Hibiscus tea can keep you hydrated, combat stress, provide your body with much needed antioxidants and can lower your blood pressure.
2.) Ginger: Ginger aids the digestive process, helps prevent nausea, remedy a cold or migraine, and it’s great for your heart. Also, if you are a woman who suffers with terrible menstrual cramps than this is the drink for you.
3.) Lemongrass: It has cancer fighting properties, can lower your cholesterol, and is rich with vitamins. Vitamins, such as,–vitamin C, vitamin A and several of the B vitamins, including folate, or B9, Minerals in lemongrass tea include manganese, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous– are great for preventing birth defects, healing a cold, aiding digestive problems and with fighting off infections.
4.) Rooibos: Aside the tea being packed with antioxidants, it relieves stomach cramps, boosts your immune system, lowers your risk of heart disease, wards you against certain types of cancers and can slow the aging process.
5.) Kinkeliba: It’s a traditional African tea that can serve as a diuretic, help you lose weight and prevent numerous diseases.
Interested in Moriba’s teas? I think you should since they were highly sought after at this year’s Fancy Food show. Moriba’s ginger, hibiscus and his infamous love tea was a HIT! Visit : www.fasofoods.com for more information.
About Faso Foods
Faso Foods is an international food management company supporting producers with import/export, warehousing, packaging, market research, sales and promotional activities.
We represent a diverse roster of categories including hot beverages, fruit juice, confections and grains, many of which are organic and fair trade, to fulfill the demand of the sophisticated specialty food market.