Healing with Salada Green Tea

Salada Green TeaI had a head cold the other week that left me feeling crummy. I called in sick at work but decided to keep a previously scheduled doctor’s appointment. For health’s sake, I surrendered to the poking and prodding of the physical exam and even elected to get a flu shot which probably worsened my symptoms a bit. Afterward at the grocery store I searched for a green tea to help nurse me through. Something I hadn’t tried before.

Salada Green Tea did what is was supposed to do that afternoon. It provided comfort, hydration, and a dose of antioxidants. Things were much better the next day, and I got a chance to sip the tea without a compromised sense of smell and taste.

There’s nothing exceptional about this tea, but that’s okay. Blended for easy consumption, Salada Green Tea exhibits a sweet, grassy aroma and has a buttery smooth mouth feel with no trace of bitterness.

According to Salada’s website, their tea is sourced mostly from the Zhejiang Province in Southern China while some leaves come from Argentina.

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Author: Leo Kapusta

Of all the useless degrees he holds, Leo is most proud of his Bachelor of Science in Radio-Television-Film (Mass Communication Sequence) from the University of Texas at Austin.

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