Organic Tea

We have organic tea from Thailand. We also have tea grown in biodiversity. Thailand is one of the few countries which grows tea in biodiversity. Browse through our range of organic teas and take a sip into the future of tea farming. Are you ready to take a sip of biodiversiTEA? We want to provide the best selection for the consumer who wants to reduce their carbon emissions from food.
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Lumlum organic moring tea immunity booster
Lumlum organic ginger tea
Organic Ginger Tea | Relieves Stress
24 Sachets
฿280.00 / Piece Add to cart
Araksa - Organic Than Kun Earl Grey Tea
Lumlum aid digestion - organic tea
Lumlum relaxing organic tea
Organic Padanus Leaf Tea | Relaxing Tea
24 sachets
฿280.00 / Piece Add to cart
Lumlum Organic green tea
Organic Green Tea | Healthy Heart
24 Sachets
฿280.00 / Piece Add to cart
Lumlum - Weight Loss Oorganic Mulberry Tea - Organic Village
Organic Mulberry Tea | Weight Loss
24 sachets
฿280.00 / Piece Add to cart
Lumlum - Feel Good Organic Lemongrass Tea - Organic Village
Organic Lemongrass Tea | Feel Good
24 Gr
฿280.00 / Piece Add to cart
Araksa - Organic Silk Black Tea - Organic Village
Thida Green Tea | Semi Hand Roasted
30 Gr
฿530.00 / Piece Add to cart
Araksa - Organic Sayun White Tea
Sayun White Tea | 100% Silver Tips
30 Gr
฿840.00 / Piece Add to cart
Single Origin | Espresso - Honey Full Moon | Organic Village
Araksa - Organic Lhong Lai Oolong Tea - Organic Village

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Is Organic Tea Healthy?

Organic tea is grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, and it is prepared without the addition of artificial preservatives, flavors, or colors.
Here are some organic tea health benefits:
Antioxidants: Organic tea is rich in antioxidants which help in fighting the effects of free radicals. Antioxidants help reduce infections, protect your heart, and prevent cancer.
Boosts Immune System: Organic teas are rich in polyphenols, which are powerful antioxidants that help promote overall health and boost the immune system.
Helps with relaxation: Tea contains theanine, which keeps you relaxed and calm. It also promotes cognitive alertness.
Helps Keep blood sugar stable: Green tea and black tea help to lower the risk of diabetes. Tea contains prebiotics, which aid in glucose control.
Toxin-free: Organic tea is grown without the use of herbicides, synthetic fertilizers, and pesticides, which makes it healthier because there are no residues left on the tea leaves.

Is Organic Tea And Green Tea The Same?

No. Organic tea is in no way the same as green tea. Here is why,
Organic tea refers to tea that is essentially grown and processed using organic farming methods. Organic farming methods basically prioritize soil health, conservation, and biodiversity. It is processed using natural methods that avoid the use of chemicals and as such is considered healthier option than conventionally grown tea.
On the other hand, green tea refers to a type of tea that is essentially made camellia sinensis leaves that have undergone minimal oxidation during processing. Green tea is essentially known for its ability to help reduce the risk of heart disease, certain types of cancer, and other health conditions. While there is organic green tea, all green tea is not organic.
If you are looking for organic green tea, the onus is on you to read labels and check for organic certifications to ascertain that the green tea you are about to consume is organic.

What Nutrients Are Contained In Organic Tea?

While tea is generally rich in antioxidants and contains beneficial compounds, the specific nutrient content of organic tea can vary depending on the type of tea and how it is processed. Having said that, here are some of the nutrients contained in organic tea.
· Caffeine: Tea contains caffeine but the levels are generally lower than that of coffee. Caffeine is instrumental in improving alertness and concentration.
· Depending on the type of organic tea in question, it may also contain small amounts of vitamins and minerals such as potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin K.
· Tea is also rich in polyphenols which are antioxidants that can help protect the body from damage caused by free radicals.
· Tea is also rich in catechins which are a type of polyphenol found in green tea and are known to have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.
· Tea also contains thianine which is an amino acid with a calming effect on the body and may help improve mood and cognitive function.