Herbal Teas & Beverages

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Green, Black and Red Teas

For decades extensive research has confirmed the many health benefits that are associated with drinking green tea (Camelilia sinensis) and its fermented cousin, black tea. Now these delicious teas have lived up to their promise and potential as a healthy beverage enjoyed by millions of people as a dietary regular. The most exciting part concerning the development of tea is the wonderful varieties we have to choose from! Currently there are varieties that are partially fermented, fully fermented and roasted. We can also choose from a light tea, a dark tea, a heavy tea, or teas that are palatable for children. There are even flavored teas with flower petals and essential oils, and teas that have an almost sweet flavor. Recently we have celebrated the arrival of 2 newcomers to the tea world.. Rooibos and Honeybush. Both of these teas share similar health characteristics as green tea, but without the caffeine and they have a smooth and sweet aftertaste. We have spent several years investigating the world tea market, quality differences and varieties offered. Below you will find the teas which we believe are to be the highest quality, most flavorful, and having organic certification and Fair Trade certification attached. Enjoy!
The entire line of herbal teas offered by Viablehealth are Certified OQK Kosher.


Organic Green and Black Teas
Organic Black Tea


Earl Grey
English Breakfast
Mango Ceylon
Orange Spice
Oregon Chai
Organic Green tea

Green & White Tea

Green Sencha
Kukicha (Bancha)
White Peony
White Silver Needle
Yerba Mate
Organic Red Tea


Rooibos, Green
Rooibos, Red

Tea Samplers

Green, Black, and Red Tea Sampler
Green Tea Book
Flowering Tea


Chrysanthemum Embrace
Dawn's Delight
Evening Stars
Jade Elegance
Rosebud Revealed
Velvet Lantern



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