The history of drinking tea – Sun Herbal Tea
The tea was brought to Europe by dutches in the early 1600s by Dutch Company East India. The popularity of tea in England has reached new heights with the marriage of Princess Catherine of Braganza to Charles II (King of England, Scotland and Ireland) when it introduced the tea at the Royal Court. The precious tea leaves were often kept in a box of tea, for which there is only one key. Once or twice a week the Lady of the House opened the box to serve as a family tradition, or to impress an important person.
The history of tea has experienced a few changes; If before 1908 were dried tea leaves, dried, processed into powder and then consumed, he will get to know a change and will get a new identity: hip consumers of tea. Archive tell us as a merchant in New York, Thomas Sullivan, samples of his tea sold in silk bags. Those who received such bags they thought initially that could infuse tea with all the bags and i have suggested it to use more porous silk.Sullivan then began to use bags with holes punched like a sieve, being the first tea bags.
Proudly, Pharmacy Division can boast not only with the fact that the leading tea tradition further by specially designed bags in order to keep its properties of leaves on a longer period under a name full of resonance. Sun herbal tea and to provide all the best mixture of plants, as well as the fact that comes to meet the concept with seven types of beneficial Therapeutic Teas, with a fast-absorbing, that provides immediate results with a fast-absorbing, that provides immediate results.
Starting with the month of December, you can indulge yourself with a cup of tea, with one of the miraculous Sun teas Herbal Tea a distinct range of teas that will be in the doctors and pacients table.
• TEA TO DETOXIFY THE COLON
• TEA FOR BODY WEIGHT REDUCTION
• TEA FOR NORMALIZATION OF BLOOD GLUCOSE
• TEA FOR REGULATING BLOOD PRESSURE
• TONIC TEA
• TEA FOR NORMALIZATION LIPIDEMIEI
• GANODERMA TEA
Tea leaf processing phases are:
• Sicken (plumy and pri dry): tea leaves lose moisture.
• Rolling: he leaf cells for juice is released and subjected to oxidation process
• Oxidation (“fermentaing): the leaves run cold in the rooms are stretched and wet
• Stopping oxidation
• Sorting: whole leaves are separated from the fragmented
• Ageing: win in flavor teas as they become older in ageing and astringența bitter taste fades