Monday, April 10, 2017

Today, we will focus on three simple ways of staying calm and relaxed throughout a busy and hectic week.
1) Deep Breathing – Taking deep breaths is great way to stay calm, just like professional athletes take do during tense moments. According to The American Institute of Stress: “Deep breathing increases the supply of oxygen to your brain and stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, which promotes a state of calmness.” As an example, deep breathing is really beneficial right before giving a speech or before an interview, when stress and anxiety are more common.
2) Meditation – Meditating is becoming a key habit of many of the most successful executives. With an ever-changing world, executives have to embrace change and often are the ones enforcing the change. But, with change come unwelcome guests such as stress, anxiety and confusion. Therefore, executives turn to meditation as a way to calm and clear their mind. Those in a high demanding position often take a few minutes during the day to meditate before going back to work.
3) Tea – It may come as a surprise, but tea is rapidly growing in the United States due to its amazing health benefits. Different teas with different ingredients present variety of benefits. For instance, our tea contains Ashwagandha, which is Mother Nature’s gift to us which helps reduce stress and ease anxiety. It is the perfect tea for those hectic days in the office. It can be used during the day or after work. Either way, it will reduce stress and keep you calm.
Therefore, if you find yourself stressed, just utilize the methods mentioned and you will become successful at managing stress. Remember, if you are completely relaxed and stress-free, then your mind will work effectively. A relaxed mind is the key to any major success.

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Tea Infographic

Did you know; Tea is the most consumed beverage in the world after water? Take a look at this infographic for more fun facts about tea.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The Top 5 Tea Producing Countries

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Tea is the most popular and the most consumed beverage in the world after water. As matter of fact, in the United States, it is estimated that more than 158 million Americans drink tea on any given day. But, which countries produce the most tea? In today’s blog, we will take a look at the most tea producing countries that currently hold the top 5 spots on the planet.

5. Vietnam
It is estimated that Vietnam produces 214,300 m/t of tea per year.
4. Sri Lanka
 Sri Lanka comes in at number for 4 on the list by producing 340,230 m/t of tea per year.
3. Kenya
Kenya is the only country that is not in Asia to be included on the list, and it produces 432,400 m/t of tea year.
2. India
India is known for producing some of the world’s most extraordinary teas in the world. In fact, it is where our tea originates, and it produces 1,208,780 m/t of tea per year.
1. China
 It hardly comes as a surprise, given the fact that tea was discovered in China thousands of years ago, but China produces the most teas in the world with an astonishing 1,924,457 m/t of tea per year.
Recently, the popularity of tea has been on a steady growth, and it is projected to keep growing due to its demand. But will these countries still dominate the production of tea, or will another country out-produce them? Only time will tell.