Bee pollen contains nearly all the nutrients needed to sustain life. It has long been revered in Traditional Chinese Medicine as an energy and nutritive tonic.
What is Coffee Leaf and what is it good for?
Coffee Leaf tea stems hunger and energises the body and mind. Coffee Leaf tea contains more antioxidants than black or green tea.
Botanical name: Coffea arabica
Called Kuti in Ethiopia (and also popular in Indonesia), Coffee Leaf tea has been drunk for centuries, long before coffee bean roasting was invented. The locals believe that this tea (which tastes like an earthy green tea) stems hunger and energises the body and mind.
Researchers in England and France have recently found that Coffee Leaf tea contains more antioxidants than black or green tea. This is because it contains high levels of phenolic compounds mangiferin and hydroxycinnamic acid (credited with lowering the risk of heart disease and diabetes, reducing cholesterol levels and protecting neurons in the brain).
This healthy and gently invigorating tea is a delicious alternative to regular tea.
Preparation: Steep one teaspoon per cup in hot water for 3-5 minutes.
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The concentration of polyphenolic compounds and trace elements in the Coffea arabica leaves: Potential chemometric pattern recognition of coffee leaf rust resistance – Life Force Research Center