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Tea to help focus the mind

Caffeine in tea is said to be absorbed in a different way to caffeine in coffee. Instead of the short sharp jittery shock of an espresso, a cup of Green Tea keeps the mind alert and focused.

Tea and caffeine levels

Tea does contain caffeine, however significantly less than coffee. Whilst there is no such thing as a typical caffeine content for each type of tea, on the whole white tea will have a slightly higher caffeine content than green tea, and black tea will have a slightly higher caffeine content than white tea. But these are not binding rules.

 

All tea that is derived from the Camelia Sinensis plant, or a varietal of it, will contain caffeine. Only herbal tissanes (e.g. peppermint, chamomile) that are derived from other species of plant may be classed as naturally caffeine free (although they are often referred to as 'herbal tea').

 

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