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Numi Organic - Herbal Tea Green Rooibos - 18 Tea Bags
- Item# : 75376
- UPC# : 680692102109
- Brand: Numi Organic
- Size/Form: 18 Tea Bags
- Ship Weight: 0.26
- Servings: 18
- Dosage: 1 Tea Bag(s)
- Flavor: Green Rooibos
Numi Organic - Herbal Tea Green Rooibos - 18 Non-GMO Biodegradable Tea Bags (1.52 oz. / 43.2 g)
Numi Organic Green Rooibos Herbal Tea (formerly Green Rooibos, Sweet African Red Sweet Healing Herb) contains sweet healing South African herbs. Numi's South African Green Rooibos is the same plant as Red Rooibos. It is less oxidized thus remaining green and yielding added health benefits. Its light, woody taste is accented by sweet Honeybush.
Tea is a misnomer for anything steeped in hot water. Teas come from the tea plant. “Teasans” is Numi's term, from the French tisanes, for brewed herbal beverages brewed from herbs, fruits or flowers. Strictly speaking, Teasans contain no tea leaves. They have a variety of flavors from minty, to sweet chamomile to tart lemon. They contain no caffeine and have an abundant and varied health benefits depending on the herb, flower or fruit.
Numi Organic Tea - The Purest Tea on the Planet
- Full leaf teas ensure smooth, soothing flavors that nurture your health.
- 100% real fruits, flowers and spices create authentic, natural taste.
- No added oils or "natural" flavorings to create flavor.
- Conscientiously creating partnerships that improve the quality of life from farmer to packer.
- Eco-friendly packaging: 85% post-consumer waste printed with soy based inks and biodegradable tea bags.
As with all intensively farmed crops, conventional tea is routinely treated with a broad range of agricultural chemicals that are potentially harmful to farmers, farm workers and the environment. As opposed to most produce that is washed prior to consumption, most teas are air-dried without first being washed. The first time tea comes into contact with water is in our own cups, right before we drink it. This means that any harmful chemicals used at the gardens are released in our cups along with the tea flavor.
At Numi, they are committed to supporting organic tea cultivation to protect the health of farmers, the planet and you. Beyond delivering the highest quality of product, organic teas are cultivated without the use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. Choosing organic not only preserves the Earth's resources and protects the health of the farmers, but ensures that what is going into our bodies is 100% natural, made the way nature intended.
Heatlth Benefits of Tea
More than 200-300 independent health studies have been conducted related to the benefits of tea. Most have been on green and black teas. Tea is rich in polyphenols, tannin, and flavonols (often termed catechins), fluoride, and vitamin C, P, K, and B. Although tea contains caffeine, the amounts are far less than those in coffee and produce a softer, beneficial effect. Studies suggest that as few as four servings of tea a day may have a positive impact on your health.
Antioxidants in tea are able to neutralize the damaging effects of oxygen and free radicals that are present in the body. Antioxidants slow or prevent cell damage from exposure to oxygen by creating a barrier around cell tissue. Recent studies show that polyphenols found in green tea appear in greater concentrations in white tea, helping to destroy bacteria and other organisms that cause disease. Recent studies show that polyphenols found in green tea appear in greater concentrations in white tea, helping to destroy bacteria and other organisms that cause disease.
The EGCG rich polyphenols in green tea protect skin from ultraviolet radiation damage, preventing skin tumor formation. The same compound is found to inhibit enzymatic reactions that break down collagen and elastin in skin.
Green Tea has been found to inhibit the growth of esophageal and stomach tumors in mice. Green and black tea could inhibit the development of pre-cancerous lesions as well. A recent study showed that a compound in black tea called TF-2 caused colorectal cancer cells to “commit suicide”; normal cells were unaffected. Present at higher quantities in green tea, the antioxidant epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is the focus of cancer research worldwide and identified by scientists as a cancer-fighting compound. One Japanese study highlighted a reduction in the growth of human lung cancer cells after the consumption of two to three cups of green tea.
Improved Cardiovascular Health and Reduced Risk of Stroke
A study undertaken found that of 340 men and women who had suffered from heart attacks, those who drank a cup or more of black tea daily had a 44% lower risk of repeated heart attacks compared to non-tea drinkers. Flavonoids in tea are theorized to improve the lining of blood vessels, which may account for the decreased risk. Studies show that drinking black tea helps to prevent narrowed or clogged arteries that lead to ischemic heart disease, heart attack, or stroke.
Reduces “bad” Cholesterol
One study suggests black tea to reduce LDL-cholesterol (“bad cholesterol”). Tea polyphenols may limit the absorption of cholesterol in the intestine, thus reducing the cholesterol levels in the blood. Reducing “bad” cholesterol LDL deposits, tea elevates HDL, or “good” cholesterol. Green tea, particularly oolong, may prevent arteriosclerosis.
Oral Health and Prevention of Tooth Decay and Bad Breath
Flavonoids (mainly catechins) found in green tea, have exhibited inhibitory effects on the growth of cariogenic bacteria by inhibiting the adherence and growth of plaque bacteria at the tooth surface. Polyphenols found in both green and black tea can block bacteria from producing foul-smelling compounds such as hydrogen sulfide in the mouth. Studies show the tannin and fluoride content present in tea prevents tooth decay.
Green tea may inhibit the development of arthritis. In one study, mice given green tea polyphenols were significantly less likely to develop arthritis. The study was conducted on 36 mice. Of the 18 mice that received the green tea, only eight (44%) developed arthritis. Among the 18 mice that did not receive the green tea, all but one, or 94% developed arthritis.
Green tea’s antioxidant EGCG may stimulate the body to burn calories, notably fat. In a recent study, a daily dose of 270 mg EGCG (the amount 2-3 cups of green tea) caused men to burn 4% more energy – about 80 extra calories a day.
Green tea extract has been shown to significantly increase energy expenditure (a measure of metabolism) and may have a significant effect on fat oxidation. Efficacy of a green tea extract rich in catechin polyphenols and caffeine in increasing 24-h energy expenditure and fat oxidation in humans.
Reduced Risk of Kidney Stones
In a study of more than 81,000 women 40 to 65 years of age, it was concluded that 8 fluid ounces of tea consumed daily actually lowers the risk of developing kidney stones by 8%. Furthermore, tea acts as a diuretic, stimulating the flow of urine), promoting better kidney function and aids digestion.
Slows the Aging Process
It has been shown that Green tea reduces infection and the stresses of bacteria on the system thus significantly retarding the aging process.
Blood cells from tea drinkers respond 5 times faster to germs than those of coffee drinkers. One way to measure the strength of an immune system is to measure the production of antibacterial proteins in the body. Higher levels of these proteins are associated with healthier immune systems that are better at warding off illness and disease than a weak one. A study comparing the production of these proteins in coffee and tea drinkers found that the group drinking 2.5 cups of black tea per-day exhibited production levels that were five times higher than those of the coffee drinkers. “Antigens in tea-beverage prime human Vgamma 2Vdelta 2 T cells in vitro and in vivo for memory and nonmemory antibacterial cytokine responses”
Holds Promise as HIV Therapy
Epigallocatechin gallate (EGGG), an active ingredient in tea, has antiviral, antioxidant and antibacterial properties that are now being studied in hopes that it helps inhibit the HIV virus.
Experience the Numi Difference
Quality & Authenticity
You'll find Organic Full Leaf Teas, Fresh Herbs, and Real Fruits in our tea bags for an authentic rich natural taste. We don't believe in the common practice of adding oils or flavorings to bolster flavor.
Your purchase of this Fair Trade Certified tea guarentees that workers are provided a fair wage leading to an improved quality of life.
Numi is committed to environmental responsibility. This carton is made of 100% recycled material and the tea bags are made of.
Numi is eclectic individuals who encourage each other to be ourselves while celebrating their differences and similarities. They have a generous spirit and infuse kindness and respect into all of their interactions.
Numi provides a learning culture and supportive environment that encourages personal enrichment and expects professional growth as they collectively strive for excellence.
Steeped in innovation, they are forward-thinking, open-minded and willing to take risks. Entrepreneurial in their approach, Numi embraces promising ideas and creatively realize them as a tea’m. Each of them has the responsibility to share our ideas and ask, “What if?”
Be the Change
Numi are obligated to create a positive impact on the planet and the communi’tea. Positive change is achieved through inspiration, transparency and consistency of words and actions. They focus their energies on finding solutions.
Choice of WaterThe perfect cup of tea begins with fresh and clean water. To preserve the delicate nuances of tea’s flavor and aroma, it is best to avoid using tap water which can contain chlorine and fluoride. Instead, opt for filtered water and spring water for the perfect brew. Method of SteepingIf you are brewing tea from loose leaves, we recommend using two grams of tea per six ounces of water, or one heaping teaspoon per cup. If you are using a lighter, bulkier tea like a spring white or tippy black, a larger amount by volume should be used. Try a tablespoon per cup. While steeping loose leaf it is important for the water to flow freely through the tea. Tea balls can constrict and break the leaves, resulting in a weaker cup. Try using a basket-filter, tea sac, or even letting your leaves free in the bottom of the pot and filtering the infusion when the steeping is complete. Water Temperature and Brewing TimeThese general recommendations for water temperature and steeping times provide a good starting point for brewing an unfamiliar tea. Over time, you may find that you like to use warmer temperatures times for one varietal, while cooler water and a longer steeping works best for another. Only experimentation and tasting will determine what you need for your perfect cup. Water Temperature:White Tea: Just under boiling (170-185 F)Green Tea: Just under boiling (170-185 F)Oolong Tea: Just under boiling (170-190 F)Black Tea: Boiling (200-212 F)Pu-erh Tea: Boiling (200-212 F)Herbal Teasan: Boiling (212 F) Steeping Time:White Tea: 2-3 minutesGreen Tea: 2-3 minutesOolong Tea: 2-3 minutesBlack Tea: 3-5 minutesPu-erh Tea: 2-3 minutesHerbal Teasan: 4-5 minutes Iced Tea made from Numi Tea Bags 1 GLASS (16 oz.) ICED TEA:Steep 2 teabags of your choice of Numi Tea in a heat resistant glass/cup in 8 oz. hot water for 5 minutes.Fill separate glass with ice. Pour hot tea over ice and top off with more ice. Enjoy! 1 PITCHER (32 oz.) ICED TEA:Steep 4 teabags of your choice of Numi Tea in a heat resistant glass/cup in 16 oz. hot water for 8 minutes.Fill separate pitcher with ice. Pour hot tea over ice and top off with more ice.
organic Green Rooibos, organic Honeybush.
All tea is gluten-free.
Oakland, CA, Phone: 888-404-6864
About Numi Organic
Numi's vision is to inspire well-being of mind, body and spirit through the simple art of tea. Numi elevates the tea experience through quality, creativity, and authenticity. We are grateful to those who contribute to our tea journey, and we hope to have a positive impact on all members of our community - from farmer to packer to our fellow tea drinker. Conscientious of the impact of our actions, we aspire to be environmentally responsible and globally sustainable by using recyclable and biodegradable packaging and sustainable bamboo in our merchandising.