My Dirty Gut Tea Can help with... 

increasing energy.
removing toxins.
improving liver function.
boosting the immune system.
aiding weight loss.
relieving bloating, cramps, and gas.
reducing the risk of colon cancer.
improving mood.

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Tea can boost exercise endurance. Scientists have found that the catechins (antioxidants) in green tea extract increase the body’s ability to burn fat as fuel, which accounts for improved muscle endurance.
Drinking tea could help reduce the risk of heart attack. Tea might also help protect against cardiovascular and degenerative diseases.
The antioxidants in tea might help protect against a boatload of cancers, including breast, colon, colorectal, skin, lung, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, pancreas, liver, ovarian, prostate and oral cancers.
Tea helps fight free radicals. Tea is high in oxygen radical absorbance capacity (“ORAC” to its friends), which is a fancy way of saying that it helps destroy free radicals (which can damage DNA) in the body. While our bodies are designed to fight free radicals on their own, they’re not 100 percent effective — and since damage from these radical oxygen ninjas has been linked to cancer, heart disease and neurological degeneration, we’ll take all the help we can get.
Tea is hydrating to the body (even despite the caffeine!).
Drinking tea is linked with a lower risk of Parkinson’s disease. When considered with other factors like smoking, physical activity, age and body mass index, regular tea drinking was associated with a lowered risk of Parkinson’s disease in both men and women.
Tea might provide protection from ultraviolet rays. We know it’s important to limit exposure to UV rays, and we all know what it’s like to feel the burn. The good news is that green tea may act as a back-up sunscreen.
Tea could keep waist circumference in check. In one study, participants who regularly consumed hot tea had lower waist circumference and lower BMI than non-consuming participants. Scientists speculate that regular tea drinking lowers the risk of metabolic syndrome (which increases the risk of diabetes, artery disease and stroke), although it’s important to remember that correlation does not equal causation.
Regular tea drinking might also counteract some of the negative effects of smoking and might even lessen the risk of lung cancer (good news, obviously, but not a justification for cigs).
Tea could be beneficial to people with Type 2 diabetes. Studies suggest that compounds in green tea could help diabetics better process sugars.
Tea can help the body recover from radiation. One study found that tea helped protect against cellular degeneration upon exposure to radiation, while another found that tea can help skin bounce back postexposure.
Green tea has been found to improve bone mineral density and strength.
Tea might be an effective agent in the prevention and treatment of neurological diseases, especially degenerative diseases (think Alzheimer’s). While many factors influence brain health, polyphenols in green tea may help maintain the parts of the brain that regulate learning and memory.

Keeping your friends and family safe one tea cup at a time
  • We are not just in the business of tea. We are in the business of change—changing lives, changing communities, and changing the quality of herbal remedies. Using only organic products.

  • Where a plant comes from and how it is grown has a huge effect on its character. We seek out certified organic plants or plants organically growing in the wild to ensure sustainable growing practices, healthier soil and environments, and to avoid synthetic chemicals, pollutants, and pesticides. We do not want bad toxins in our Tea.

Buying Organic...

Is organic tea worth buying?
Choosing organic can be a very good option. Not only is organic food linked to a reduced risk of cancer, but by choosing organic you are also doing your part in keeping the planet healthier. However, there is a hidden aspect too. While the French research proved that eating organic food may lower the risk of cancer by 24%, it couldn’t link It solely to organic food. The lowered risk might come from a healthier lifestyle too. Take it from me I lost over 100 pounds drinking my tea!

Benefits of Organic...

The benefits of organic production are not only about what ends up in your cup. Organic producers should care about conserving biodiversity and keeping the planet clean by using organic products for pest control and growth and even using recyclable packaging materials. Sometimes organic production is not possible for all producers. Because of strict rules and high cost of certification, some small tea farms choose to stay conventional but still follow good moral and ethical principles.



I am the Owner of USA COFFEE & T and here are some videos of the other products I offer 

I am the Owner of USA COFFEE & T and here are some videos of the other products I offer 

I am the Owner of USA COFFEE & T and here are some videos of the other products I offer