As a tea lover, you may be wondering if green tea contains caffeine. The short answer is YES. Eight ounces of green tea contains about 35-45 mg of caffeine, roughly 1/3 to 1/5 the amount of caffeine found in a cup of coffee. While green and black tea don’t contain as much caffeine as coffee, medical professionals agree that tea is an excellent source of caffeine. Let’s dive into green tea and caffeine.
There are six main types of tea. All teas come from the Camellia Sinensis plant and contain caffeine. The teas listed below have different fermentation processes, and therefore offer different amounts of caffeine, steeping temperature, color and taste.
For many if us warmer weather means switching from hot tea to ice tea. Making ice tea is not complicated and you can easily create your delicious drinkby adding few simple steps to your basic tea brewing.
Self-care is so important. If you want to stay healthy, happy and productive, you need to take care of yourself first. Take some time every day to reflect and check in with yourself. Learning how to take a time-out when you need it, eat right, reduce stress and exercise regularly are the cornerstones of self-care.
Since tea can be served iced or hot, tea can be a delicious beverage any season. But its benefits go far beyond refreshment. There is plenty of research showing that drinking tea can actually improve your health.