Organic Tea

Organic tea is called “natural” or “natural” and “organic.” It is grown in ecologically clean regions of the earth without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers, which can cause allergies and undermine human immunity. In addition, the use of these substances leads to the “caking soil” and increase the concentration of tea stems, that is, reducing the proportion of leaves in the crease in the mass itself, leading to a decline in the quality of the finished product.

Bio-tea grows exclusively in soil enriched natural compost, and other “natural” fertilizer (fish products, humus, buttermilk, etc.). And even for pest control are used substances of natural origin, such as garlic, ginger, pepper, etc.

Growing technology is very complex and time consuming, but allows for the exclusive product of the highest quality. In China, Japan and Taiwan held a “competition of tea”, which the judges choose the best grades in the individual categories. These competitions are conducted “blind” (without specifying the name, type and manufacturer) to judge as evaluation criteria to be employed only characteristics of taste, aroma and color of the drink.

But not only the heavenly aroma and taste distinguish this organic tea. Its main advantage over the ordinary is a high concentration of vitamin C and catechins. This product is a real factory of effective natural antioxidants that actively fight free radicals and prevent aging. And research has shown that these substances are present in significant concentrations more precisely in the organic tea of ​​the highest quality.

I must say that organic tea not only improves the health and well-being of people who use it, but is the best option for farmers engaged in cultivation of plantations. After eco plantation organic farming can be more than 100 years, and organic farming methods allow them to maintain high productivity throughout the entire period of its existence.

How to choose this organic tea?

First, choose a product with the logo «BIO». This marking is supported by the fact that a product is truly “natural.” And if you think that this product contains no GMOs, pesticides, chemical preservatives and dyes, color and flavor enhancers, not subjected to various types of radiation, and the entire production process took place under the strict quality control.

Such control is carried out by special governmental and nongovernmental organizations. They certify that the product is organic.

Use of the logo «BIO» based on the relevant EU decision № 2092/91 on organic agricultural products. The presence of this logo on the packaging of tea guarantee you a completely environmentally friendly production of tea is carried out under the supervision of specialized government agencies.

Such organizations as the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) and the Ministry of Agriculture of the United States (USDA) also have programs that explore methods of tea cultivation on special plantations. These authorities will provide relevant evidence only those products that meet their requirements.

So, packaged organic products must meet the standards of the certification agency. So look for merchandise that has the label of a recognized agency.

But your best ally in the selection of eco products will your taste buds. They will help you to accurately determine whether the tea really organic. These organic teas gently tickle the taste buds with an unparalleled complex aromas and delicate finish.

If you have tried the tea does not meet the above characteristics, it is likely that you made the wrong choice and do not buy organic tea. Therefore it is better to purchase a quality natural organic tea in specialized stores.

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