From British countrysides to remote mountains in China, tea has always been a remedy for relaxation and healthy living. But as the world has become accustomed to mass-produced black tea, so many different types go under the radar, many of which you should try because they are just simply good for you.



This ancient healing tea undergoes a long fermentation period, yielding a rich, smooth, and malty taste – along with health-boosting bacteria. Research suggests that pu-erh may help reduce cardiovascular disease risk factors like obesity and elevated blood sugar.

White tea


White tea leaves are less processed than black, or green tea. Research suggests that white tea could help prevent wrinkles and sagging skin.



Most commonly known for its distinct, tart fruit flavor and deep magenta color, this herbal infusion is a great source of vitamin C. The tea may also help lower systolic blood pressure.



Darjeeling can have different flavors but research suggests that black teas like Darjeeling may cut your risk for type-2 diabetes.



Made from an herb grown in South Africa, rooibos boasts a rich, earthy vanilla flavor. The caffeine-free tisane contains antioxidants that help lower levels of the stress.



Oolong is partially oxidized, or dried, Oolong can range from floral to milky to rich honey. Research says it contains a compound that may help your body turn fat into energy.

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