Extreme Health USA Introduces Premium Organic Loose Leaf Teas

Extreme Health USA is proud to offer Organic Loose Leaf Green Tea, Organic Loose Leaf Sencha Tea, Organic Loose Leaf White Tea, Organic Loose Leaf Rooibos Tea, and Organic Loose Leaf Oolong Tea.

Walnut Creek, United States - July 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Loose leaf tea has many advantages over bagged tea and Extreme Health USA is proud to offer Organic Loose Leaf Green Tea, Organic Loose Leaf Sencha Tea, Organic Loose Leaf White Tea, Organic Loose Leaf Rooibos Tea, and Organic Loose Leaf Oolong Tea.

Loose leaf tea is a tea that’s not brewed in a teabag. When steeped, loose leaf tea creates room for the tea leaves to absorb water and consequently, expand during infusion. The water flows thoroughly through the leaves, resulting in the optimal extraction of a wide array of vitamins, aromas, flavors, and minerals. The size of teabags negatively interferes with the infusion process.

Aficinados of tea commonly prefer the taste of Loose Leaf Tea over teas in tea bags and are rewarded with enhanced nutritional benefits.

Extreme Health USA teas are certified organic by the USDA and are sourced from around the world and are of the highest quality.


Representatives of Extreme Health USA said, “that at Extreme Health USA tea is much more than a drink to savor because teas can be very nutritious as they contains many powerful nutrients like polyphenols and antioxidants. Extreme Health USA’s teas are chosen for their superior taste and quality.”

Many of Extreme Health USA’s teas are grown in the mountains where the air is cleaner and water is filled with more minerals which in turn helps produce more nutritious and better tasting tea leaves.

The quality and the source of the tea leaves is what Extreme Health USA focuses on since it believes tea leaves are the critical foundation of an outstanding nutritious tea with a superior taste.

Extreme Health USA teas are organic and non-gmo and contain no preservatives, sugar or artificial coloring.

“Extreme Health USA is extremely proud of our organic loose leaf teas for what they contain and what they don’t contain”, the spokesperson added.

These teas are available for sale at https://shop.extremehealthusa.com/ and more information on tea can be found at https://www.extremehealthusa.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Jon Azimov
Email: Send Email
Organization: Extreme Health USA Inc
Address: 1249 Boulevard Way, Walnut Creek, CA, Walnut Creek, California 94595, United States
Phone: +1-800-800-1285
Website: http://www.extremehealthusa.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88896159

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