We manufacture a variety of herbal teas, green teas & black teas to cater to various conditions, tastes and preference.
The herbal teas & green teas we manufacture are available in tea bags or in loose packs. We manufacture single chamber, double chamber, pyramid, nylon, handmade tea bags, tea-sticks. Our teas can be broadly classified as Non-caffeinated – those that do not contain green or black tea leaves and as Caffeinated teas – those teas that contain green or black tea leaves.
These herbal teas & green teas manufactured by Healing Herbs are available in the following packing
- Loose tea in bulk packaging of 100 kg packs
- Loose tea in kraft paper bags or zip pouches
- Single chamber tea bags with envelope and tag in a mono carton, tin box or paper tube
- Double chamber tea bags with envelope and tag in a mono carton, tin box or paper tube
- Hand-made tea bags in a mono carton, tin box or paper tube
- Pyramid bags with or without envelopes in a mono carton, tin box or paper tube
- Tea Wands in a mono carton, tin box or paper tube
- Tea sticks in a mono carton, tin box or paper tube
Herbal, Green & Black Teas – A Sip in the Right Direction
According to legend, the Chinese Emperor Shen Nung known as the great ‘divine healer’ believed that drinking boiled water promoted health. There is now ample proof that tea in its many forms does possess an astounding number of health benefits, from supporting the immune system to reducing the risk of cancer to helping prevent tooth decay. Tea’s star compounds are called Catechins. These are related to the antioxidants in wine and, like other anti-oxidants; help prevent cell damage by harmful molecules called free radicals.
Many herbs make deliciously flavoured teas, which are soothing, relaxing, refreshing or invigorating. These healthy wholesome drinks can be taken warm in winter and cooled in summer. They make a valuable addition to the daily diet if taken on a regular basis, and are a healthier alternative to ordinary caffeinated tea. While many herbs are taken for their therapeutic properties, most are very pleasant to drink and can be continued to be taken for long periods.
Green tea contains polyphenols which are thought to improve health, particularly catechins, the most abundant of which is epigallocatechin gallate. Green tea has been used as both a beverage and a method of traditional medicine in most of Asia. Over the last few decades, green tea has been subjected to many scientific and medical studies to determine the extent of its long-purported health benefits, with some evidence suggesting regular green tea drinkers may have lower chances of heart disease and developing certain types of cancer. Green tea has also been claimed as useful for weight loss management.
Enjoy a cup of good health – have tea.