- Bad news for tea drinkers, there’s a lot of this poison in your brew
- Revealed, the amazing health tea you’ve never heard about
- It has less contamination than any other tea – and packed with more antioxidants than Japanese Green Matcha: Click here to find out more
If you’re a gardener, you’ll know this very well…
It’s hard to keep pests off your beloved plants, herbs and veg.
So pity the poor tea farmer.
Because pests LOVE tea plantations.
As a 2008 study from Mizoram Central University in India showed, climates which favour tea growth create ‘favourable conditions’ for pests.
That’s why most tea growers in China, India and Sri Lanka use a lot of chemical pesticides.
And I’m afraid some traces of these end up in your tea.
I know, I know – sorry, tea lovers! I hate to be a spoilsport, but in 2014 the FDA released a report that found unacceptable pesticide levels in 57% of teas tested.
It gets worse…
In most tea plantations, chemical toxins leach into the soil.
If you’re drinking contaminated tea every single day, all those chemicals could become problematic down the line. Which is why, a Journal of Toxicology article in 2013, ‘Brewed Tea: Beware of Toxic Element Contamination’s‘ showed that a whopping 73% of brewed teas tested were contaminated with lead.
Unfortunately, the longer you steep your tea, the higher the heavy metal count goes up.
OK, but this email is not about bad news…
Quite the opposite.
I have something for you today that I’ve never talked about before and it’s quite possibly the tastiest, highest antioxidant tea in the world.
Because imagine a tea that didn’t need pesticide.
Not because it has been genetically modified or tampered with by science.
But simply because it grows in altitudes so high, pests aren’t a problem.
And for the very same reason, the soil is less contaminated with heavy metals and other types of toxic run off which affect lower altitude areas.
Well, this is precisely why I recommend this rare form of healing tea, which you can read about for the first time here: discover the high altitude tea that’s the healthiest you can drink.
The amazing health tea you’ve never heard about
I’ll wager that unless you’re a proper tea nerd, you’ll have never heard of Kenyan Elephant Ivory Matcha Tea.
Or perhaps you have… in which case I imagine you’re one of its small band of devotees.
Because this stuff is pretty special.
The tea grows at 2,000 feet on lush green slopes in Kenya, which is an unusually high altitude for tea growing, and that’s what give it amazing super powers.
You see, this is so high up there are no pests, so the plants don’t need to be sprayed with any pesticides, which means no traces of poison end up in your cuppa.
And with the soil high up, it isn’t so contaminated with heavy metals.
As a result, you get a low toxin tea…
Brew it as long as you like… get all the flavour you want from it… drink it every day… you won’t get any of the problems you might suffer in the long run with heavy regular tea drinking.
But that’s not nearly the biggest benefit…
This is packed with more antioxidants than Japanese Green Matcha
In fact the greatest benefit of this high altitude Kenyan tea is that it has a super-high antioxidant level, higher even than other exalted health teas like Japanese Green Matcha.
As you’ll see on our new webpage here Kenyan Elephant Ivory Matcha Tea has been associated with benefits such as these:
- Improving cardiovascular function
- Balancing cholesterol levels in the blood
- Protecting and enhancing brain function
- Removing harmful bacteria from the mouth and throat, helping prevent bad breath
- Boosting the body’s fat burning capability
And along with those benefits you get something very tasty that you’ll enjoy drinking anyway, regardless of your health.
To make the tea, the youngest leaves on the bush are plucked and processed, then ground in a traditional Japanese-style Matcha mill.
The resulting drink is a luxurious White Kenya tea, thick and frothy, with deep, round grassy notes.
If you fancy trying it out the proper way, with all the trimmings, then today we are offering some tea-making accessories to go with your first ever batch of Kenyan Elephant Ivory Matcha.
They include a sustainably sourced bamboo Matcha whisk to ensure the perfect froth, plus an elegant traditional bamboo Matcha spoon.
For more details of this offer, take a look at the website here: Click here to make a proper cup of Kenyan Elephant Ivory Matcha
On a final note, just in case you were wondering…
The name of the tea comes from its white colour, like elephant tusk ivory. Rest assured no elephants have had any part in the making of this health product!
Yours as always,