Organic Tea, Better For You

Dec 12 , 2020

Organic Tea, Better For You


Aside from water, tea is the most popular beverage in the world. The primary types of tea include white, black, green, oolong, herbal, and pu’erh. Tea is believed to have originated in China. There, drinkers used tea for medicinal reasons. In the 17th century, tea made its way to the UK.

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Organic tea is grown without the use of chemicals fertilizer, pesticides, fungicides, or herbicides. These chemicals have been documented to give harmful effects on the environment, farmers and consumers who may ingest residues

Organic certification is based on the principles of safe food production, best land-use practices and protection of the environment

The different flavours and types of tea are the result of the unique environments in which tea is grown, how the tea is harvested, processed, selected for blending and packed.

Tea comes from the newest, most delicate and tender leaves of the tea plant, including buds from new growth. Tea is picked by hand and processed under controlled conditions to wither, oxidise and dry. It’s then sorted and graded before packing. 

Teas contain micronutrients and compounds that contribute to the taste of tea. Tea is rich in antioxidants, reducing inflammation and boosting the immune system.

They’re good for the heart, may prevent cancer, reduce the risk of diabetes and may help prevent clogged arteries. Drinking black tea is known to lower incidence of heart attacks while drinking green tea is associated with lowering ‘bad’ cholesterol levels, weight loss.  the PH of the mouth (which retards the growth of bacteria) that causes gum disease.

Everyone deserves access to the healing power of herbs. Our comprehensive range of 100% Certified Organic teas, from Totally Tea, Australia offers numerous benefits like increasing your metabolism, providing protection from toxins, many antibacterial and antiviral qualities. 


Roasted Dandelion looks and tastes like coffee without the caffeine,

  • helps as a natural laxative, anaemia, optimizes digestion and stabilizes mood swings.


Chamomile flowers

  • helps to calm nerves and aid for better sleep.


Peppermint are known as antispasmodic, antiseptic, anaesthetic and an astringent

  • relieves nausea and motion sickness, helps IBS symptoms, aids in relieving hangovers, decrease flatulence, calms, restores and lends clarity, relieves toothaches and headaches, clears throat, boosts energy.


Jasmine with the rose-like buds produces perfume, decoration and added to tea blends.

  • boost as an antioxidant, stress relief, anti-inflammatory, improved immunity.


Sencha a Japanese ryokucha (Green Tea) is prepared with whole tea leaves in hot water. Has a sweet & earthy flavour, favoured by many tea lovers.

  • filled with antioxidants and anti-aging benefits


Ginger Tea is the root of the ginger plant, taken for a warming flavour boost.

  • health benefits include to help relieve nausea, sickness and pain, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial.


Echinacea Tea has a fresh and minty taste to boost.

  • helps to support the immune system.


Information on the uses and properties of herbs are for educational purpose only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.

Originally tea bag comes is a silk bag, and later developed into cotton gauze, paper and other materials. Now, environmental protection and non-toxicity are the main consideration required for teabags fabric.
Totally Tea are packed with 20 Square White Non-Woven Teabags, which is moisture-proof, breathable, flexible, light, non-flammable, easy to decompose, non-toxic and free from harmful materials. They are light, transparent, safe and can be immersed into prolong hot water
Healthy life habits are the best natural solutions for fighting with preventative measure to increase the strength of the body’s immune system. Drinking tea is actually better for you than drinking water. Water is replacing fluidTea replaces fluids and contains antioxidants so it's got two things going for it.

Stay healthy during ‘the season of corona’, stay positive, have herbal helpers on hand and of course - wash those hands!
Totally Tea - life’s better with herbs, healthier, happier and tastier