The annual variations in the healthy compounds like antioxidants found in this wonderful plant may be enhanced when ancient cultivation habits are used for organically grown teas.
Tried and true agricultural methods developed for thousands of years before chemical agriculture are well suited to adapt to changing climate and soil variations.
It’s good to remember that “conventional” agribusiness using chemical fertilizers and pesticides was first developed after World War I and has only become widespread since World War II.
Less than 100 years old, this "organically grown" agricultural approach is a small part of the 5000 year history of tea usage.
Many tea farmers remember their grandfather’s tea gardens that successfully relied on time-tested habits of biological cooperation.
These agricultural systems that thrive year after year without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) are now labeled “organically grown.”
Some people also like to support organically-grown agriculture throughout the world.
Here are over 60 organic green tea choices that are internationally certified organically grown, that you may find offered at the above source:
Ancient Jade Lily
Bancha San Nen
Ceylon Green Breakfast, Organically and biodynamically grown
Chun Mee Dao Ming
Chun Mee Moon Palace
Chun Mee Special Grade
Dragonwell (Lung Ching)
Green With Citrus and Ginkgo
Gu Zhu Zi Sun
Hoji Cha Kamakura
Jasmine Da Zhang
Jasmine Downy Pearls
Jasmine Dragon Phoenix Pearls
Kabusencha Spring Harvest
Korakundah FOP Nilgiri Green Decaf
Lemon with Ginger
Liu An Guapian
Lu An Gua Pian
Lu An Melon Seed
Matcha, Organic, Powder
Matcha Youki Konjo Uji
Matcha Youki Midori Uji
Nepal Kanchanjangha Green
Pi Lo Chun
Royal Jade Dragon Green
Sen Bei Xiang Green
Sencha Kagoshima Fukamushi, Tenho
Sencha Kawane no Kaori
Sencha Kumamoto, Yabe Supreme
Sencha Sayama Tsukurikomi
Sencha Uji Gukojo
Sencha Uji Jo
Sencha Uji Powdered
Spring Harvest Sencha
Spring Sprouting Jade
Taimu Mountain Bai Mu Dan
Taimu Mountain Mao Feng
Tian Mu Qing Ding
Xiang Mei Premium
Yang Xian Mao Feng
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