Women who inspired our green teas

While it is the same Camelia Sinensis plant as black tea, green teas have less processing and are not “cooked” as long. High in antioxidants, green teas have been shown to have multiple health benefits.


Florence Nightingale: Feel Better Blend

Florence Nightingale, the Angel of the Crimea Florence Nightingale, often hailed as the pioneer of modern nursing, led an extraordinary life that left an indelible mark on the world. 💵 Born into a wealthy British family in 1820, Nightingale defied societal...

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Junko Tabei: Seven Summits

Junko Tabei, the woman who scaled the tallest mountain on every continent.   Junko Tabei was the crazy mountain woman who scaled Mount Everest and the Seven Summits - that’s the tallest mountain on every continent. She was the first woman to accomplish both...

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Virginia Apgar : Five Points

Virginia Apgar, one of the first trained anesthesiologists. ⚕️Virginia Apgar, an American pioneer in the medical field, left an indelible mark on the world with her innovative contributions. Born in 1909, Apgar's early life was marked by creativity and a love for...

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