Green tea today has begun to replace tea grown in different conditions. Fears such as GMOs and the use of chemical fertilizers are the driving force behind the movement for healthier food sources. Thus, the process of growing organic tea is free of chemicals, all forms of additives such as synthetic hormones or genetic modification that usually aims to make plants stronger. As can be seen, everything that might be done is done to preserve the ecology from which the plant originated.
In today where genetically modified foods are the order of the day and artificial additives are added from everything from sauces to the food itself, it is often difficult to find people with ideas about what the natural taste of 'healthiest herbal tea' (which is called 'tisane la plus saine' in the French language).
Organic tea, because of the efforts made during cultivation to ensure that it grows below as naturally as possible with the minimum disturbance from humans, is the closest to the original one can get.
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The need to have organic tea lies not only in the fact that it only tastes better than other types of tea grown under different conditions, but that our nutritional and health benefits are pure and free of negative side effects. Organic tea is not only preferred because of its taste or originality.
During cultivation, excessive application of fertilizers, chemicals, and antibiotics tends to negatively change the ecology. While the case can be made that it is done for the greater good, this does not wash at all when the end result is a product that is not only different from expectations but also damages the ecology itself.
Throw in the fact that cultivating organic food is as safe as picking flowers in your own garden and making casings. Simply put, organic tea not only offers what tea drinkers originally sought but also does not harm you or the environment.