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Karman's Prince of Peace Oolong Tea Review

Karman's Prince of Peace Oolong Tea Review

Here we have this 100% organic oolong tea. It's made by Prince of Peace, and I'd like to talk a bit about it today. So, oolong tea is a Chinese food made from the leaves, buds, and stems of the Camillea sinensis plant. It's the same plant that's also used to make black tea and green tea. People take this tea for a variety of reasons. Some use it to sharpen their thinking skills and improve alertness. Others take it for weight loss or some say even to prevent cancer or brittle bones and to boost the immune system.

Now, we're going to talk a bit about how it works. So, this oolong tea contains caffeine, which affects thinking and alertness. It's used mostly for mental alertness, though some also say that it's good for reducing obesity and increasing weight loss.

I'm going to turn this around to show you the nutritional facts. So, the serving size is one teabag, and each box comes with 100 tea bags.

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There's a couple of ways you can make this. You can have it brewed hot, or you can try it iced. If you want to make it hot, you just put one teabag in a six-to-eight fluid ounce cup, and you add hot water and let it steep for three to five minutes. They recommend Prince of Peace honey crystals, but you could add just regular honey or sweetener or nothing at all if you prefer to have tea that way. And you can also try it iced. If you choose to have it iced, just pour two cups of hot water over six bags in a quart container and let it steep for 10 minutes. Then you'll remove those teabags and add two cups of cold water and pour it over ice.

I'm going to open this so we can take a look inside and see what the tea bags look like.

There we go. Wow. I'll just have a smell of one of these. Show you this. Yum, it smells really nice, kind of in between green tea and black tea.

So Prince of Peace has a whole bunch of different types of tea. We'll go through those in another video.

So I'd recommend this tea. If you're looking for something kind of new, if you're always drinking black or green tea, I definitely recommend trying this oolong tea, this one by Prince of Peace.

There are several health benefits to this tea. It's rich in antioxidants, and many people say that this type of tea, this oolong tea, will boost your metabolism if you drink it one to two times a day over the course of several months. And this tea has a really pleasant taste. It's not really bitter, but it has just like a healthy, maybe earthy, taste, you could say.

And let's actually open up one of these so you can see it. So again, I'll show you the front and the back. So each teabag is wrapped individually, as you can see, in a paper wrapping. And then there it is. Yum. Yeah, kind of like an earthy smell. It's important to note also that it's possibly effective for preventing ovarian cancer. As studies have shown that women who regularly drink tea, including black tea, green tea, or oolong tea, appear to have a lower risk of developing ovarian cancer compared to women who never or rarely drink tea.

But the most likely effectiveness of this tea would be for mental alertness. Drinking oolong tea and other caffeinated beverages throughout the day seems to help maintain alertness and mental performance. Combining caffeine with sugar as an energy drink seems to improve mental performance better than either caffeine or sugar alone. If you've never tried this oolong tea before, I highly recommend it, and I hope that you'll check it out. Again, it's the 100% organic oolong tea by Prince of Peace.

See our chinese grocery store only at Karman Foods Online. See also our online Asian Market for more Asian teas.

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