Feel Better

Anandini Himalaya Tea recognizes the importance of goodness in every cup. To Feel Better is what we all try to achieve and to target specific requirements we have created special blends with specific attributes.

To see teas in a specific attribute listed below please click on the name.


Each tea in a category include flower, herbs or spices that work towards enhancing the attributes specified.

Tea across the world has gained respect at a contributor to good health. Let us look at some teas and how they contribute to daily wellness for each one of us;

Green Tea:

Green tea is loaded with polyphenol antioxidants, including a catechin called EGCG. These antioxidants can have various beneficial effects on health. Green tea contains less caffeine than coffee, but enough to produce an effect. It also contains the amino acid L-theanine, which can work synergistically with caffeine to improve brain function.

Source and more at: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/top-10-evidence-based-health-benefits-of-green-tea#section2


Black Tea:

Black Tea Benefits the Heart, Digestion, Stress Levels & More. A meta-analysis published in 2009 found that drinking black or green tea daily may prevent ischemic stroke.

Source and more at: https://draxe.com/black-tea-benefits/


Oolong Tea: 

This tea is a natural gift that is rich in antioxidants. It also contains vital vitamins and minerals such as calcium, manganese, copper, carotin, selenium, potassium, and vitamin A, B, C, E, and vitamin K. Additionally, it contains folic acid, niacinamide, and other detoxifying alkaloids.

Source and more at : https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/beverage/health-benefits-of-oolong-tea.html



If we look at all the studies conducted we can see the the least caffeine content is in Green Tea, and then in Oolong, with the highest in Black Tea.

But Black Tea also comes in various categories, where as strong Black Teas like breakfast teas will always have a higher caffeine content that “First Flush” which is light golden in cup.

If we compare it to coffee a basic parameter we can follow per cup is 250 ML:

Green Tea ~ 25- 29 mg

Black Tea ~ 25 – 48 mg

Coffee ~ 95 – 165 mg