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November 25, 2008

Tea sale and Massages

Don’t forget our annual tea sale and massages are this Friday, November 28th.? ? The sale lasts all day but the massages are from 1pm-3pm.? Read more about it in World Tea News.

? All teas will be 20% off and slected teaware will be on sale as well.? It is always fun and a great time to stock up on tea.

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November 12, 2008

Hibiscus aids Blood Pressure

Filed under: herbals and fruit blends,Tea in Arizona — Administrator @ 9:06 am

hibiscus.jpgHibiscus Tea May Cut Blood Pressure

Study Shows Drinking 3 Cups a Day Can Lower Hypertension
By Charlene Laino
WebMD Health News
Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD

Nov. 10, 2008 (New Orleans) — If you’re worried about your blood pressure, you may want to follow the British custom of regularly “sipping a cuppa” — tea, that is.

In a new study, drinking three cups of herbal tea containing hibiscus each day lowered blood pressure. more…

Souvia Tea does carry straight Organic Hibiscus as well as several blends contaning hibiscus.

November 11, 2008

A spot of tea

Filed under: Black Tea,Phoenix,Tea and Health,Tea in Arizona — Administrator @ 9:26 am

A spot of tea?

ASU Web Devil – Tempe,AZ,USA
Souvia Tea – Since April 2004, Souvia Tea has offered the best in tea leaves and tea essentials. This quaint tearoom shares tea culture from around the

November 10, 2008

Concert Series

Filed under: Tea Culture,Tea in Arizona — Administrator @ 9:26 am
Concert series opens music to community
ASU Web Devil – Tempe,AZ,USA
In addition to the performances, free tea and refreshments are served prior to the concert, compliments of Souvia Tea Phoenix.

November 5, 2008

Caffeine and Pregnancy

Filed under: Tea and Health — Administrator @ 9:33 am

The British Foods Safety Administration is recommending that pregnant women limit Caffeine intake.? This means no more than 2 cups of coffee or 4 cups of tea each day.

The article? state that this is not “a new risk but is new advice”.

Tea generally has less caffeine than coffee with the least amount of caffeine being in green and white teas.

? Fortunately, there are also great caffeine free alternatives for anyone trying to cut down on caffeine.

November 3, 2008

Tea Tuesday’s at the Kerr Cultural Center

Filed under: Tea Culture,Tea in Arizona — Administrator @ 7:23 am

While most think of Souvia Tea as an antidote to Starbucks, The Kerr Cultural Center mentions them in an article about their events

? http://asunews.asu.edu/20081030_kerrculturalcenter

? If you have time these are nice events with some great music…