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About Our Teas

It all started with coffee. I couldn't seem to figure it out for the life of me, till one day I started paying close attention to what I was consuming and trying to stray away from certain ingredients. I noticed if I had more than one cup of coffee a day I would get anxious and jittery, but I didn't want to give it up because I still really appreciated that boost during my early mornings.

Soon enough I dove into my tea research and found out that I not only could use it as an alternative to coffee, but many of these teas claimed to have health benefits associated with them as well. Digging deeper I also discovered that certain varieties of tea helped me with my mood swings during that time of the month. Almost changing my mood entirely from this little cup of greatness.

So what made me go into the tea business? Well, I'm a web developer by day and I enjoy coding and programming. It's always been my dream job, but as time went on I realized I've built hundreds of websites for clients and not one of them was for myself. I decided why not combine my passion for tea and coding, to build something I can be proud of for myself while helping others that may have similar struggles as me? And BOOM Lexies Loose Tea was born. So that's my story. I also have a passion for writing so this site has the best of both worlds if you're a tea lover like me. Feel free to take a look around and check out the blog or FAQ section if you want more information on how tea may impact your health and lifestyle.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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How much caffeine is in tea?

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Depending on your choice of tea, Green Tea has about 30mg, while Oolong Tea contains roughly 35-37mg. Black Tea usually has the highest, clocking in around 40mg and white tea has 15mg. Herbal teas such as, chamomile and ginseng have no caffeine.

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How many calories are in a cup of tea?

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If we're talking about the most common teas that come from the Camellia sinensis plant, you can expect no more than 2 calories. Other teas may very, as Hisbcus can have up to 37 calories.

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What are the health benefits of Oolong Tea?

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As Oolong tea is starting to become much more popular, the health benefits to green and black teas. These include benefits they may help ward of heart disease and cancer, improve brain, bone, and dental health. It also may boost your metabolism and descrease the risk of developing diabetes.

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What teas help you sleep?

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chamomile and lavendar white teas are the most popular for relaxnig the body and preparing for a good night sleep. Many other such as Valerin root, Passionflower, and Magnolia bark can help initiate sleep.

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