What better saves from the heat: hot tea or ice cream

Scientists support the notion that hot drinks help cool down on a hot summer day better than soft drinks. A corresponding study was carried out by scientists from the University of Ottawa (Canada), writes The Globe and Mail. During the study, participants were required to conduct a series of bike rides, periodically consuming ...

Tea ceremony with Olga Priymak

It will be an online conversation over a cup of hibiscus tea and an opportunity to pay closer attention to the relationship between humans and plants. Olga Priymak studies the relationship between plants and people. They use their knowledge to create incredible colorful paintings.

Green tea, marijuana and coronavirus: dispel myths about treatment and risks

There are many theories on the Internet about what the coronavirus can defeat and how it should be treated. One of them is that green tea can help fight the virus, while using marijuana, on the contrary, will complicate the situation. Is this so on ...

Tea, chocolate, wine: food can reduce the risk of coronavirus infection

Scientists from North Carolina State University have found that chemicals in food and drinks help the body fight the coronavirus. More on this in the video "Voice of America". The best diet during a pandemic is green tea with ...

Tea party

At this tea party, all diners will be outside the cafe to maintain social distancing. Despite this, everyone will be able to enjoy a variety of teas and delicious rolls.

Tea Party Japanese Tea 

Embark on a journey through the world of Japanese tea! Rona Tison, Executive Vice President of the Japanese company ITO EN, specializing in the production and sale of tea, will speak at the event. You will learn about the different varieties, including Sencha and Matcha tea, their health benefits, and ...

Exhibition 'The Art of Tea'

Learn how experienced potters have made the most suitable tea sets for all tastes over the past three centuries, from the traditional English ritual afternoon tea set to the Jazz-era tango tea dances. You will be fascinated by Wedgwood's sophisticated, inventive and even whimsical designs, ...

Tea Bag Health Hazard: Research

When drinking tea, there is nothing worse than a hot mixture of PVC (polyvinylchloride). Scientists have made a discovery about tea bags that will make Earl Gray lovers think. Tea bags release billions of tiny plastic particles into each cup. A study by a group of Canadian scientists and ...

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