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San Francisco Tea Bar, Vital Tea Leaf, Reveals the Numerous Benefits of Their Best-Selling Pu-erh Tea

March 22, 2011

Old People pu-erh tea relieves constipation, upset stomach, bloating, and gas, and lowers cholesterol as well. Pu-erh tea is a variety of post-fermented tea from the Yunnan province of China.

San Francisco, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) March 21, 2011

The rare pu-erh tea is as healing as it is delicious. Vital Tea Leaf, a popular tea bar in San Francisco, now offers Old People pu-erh tea from the Yunnan province of China. Ming, Vital Tea Leaf’s owner advises using the tea to relieve constipation, bloating, and gas.

“Old People pu-erh tea helps people with constipation, bloating, and gas problems,” said Ming. “The tea also lowers cholesterol and is a great cure for an upset stomach.”

Pu-erh is a type of post-fermented tea produced in the Yunnan province. A Chinese specialty, Pu-erh tea is purported to reduce blood cholesterol and has been shown to have antimutagenic and antimicrobial properties as well. Old People tea is a premium, aged pu-erh tea that aids in digestion and weight loss, as well as lowering cholesterol. It also helps to unclog to colon and cleanse the digestive tract.

At Vital Tea Leaf, enjoying green, black, or white tea in San Francisco has never been more healthy or fun. The knowledgeable staff helps customers select teas by their flavors and health benefits. They offer tea classes and seminars to interested parties and provide free, non-obligation cups of tea to patrons so that they can try teas before purchasing them.

“Sometimes you can try five to six, sometimes upwards of 15, depending on how busy it is,” said Vital Tea Leaf customer Jennie K. “James, the gentleman who has been working Saturday afternoons the last two times I’ve been there, is nice to everyone I bring in there, including antsy teenagers. He’s funny, explains the benefits/tasting notes of each tea, and never makes anyone feel like they’ve just asked a dumb question.”

Vital Tea Leaf offers over 400 kinds of tea, each with its own medicinal qualities and textured flavor. Whether a customer wants to reduce anxiety, increase blood circulation, improve skin tone or just enjoy a delicious beverage, Vital Tea Leaf offers a place to experience both the health benefits and hospitality of the Chinese tea world.

For more information about Old People pu-erh tea or any of Vital Tea Leaf’s products, call them at (415) 992-7195, visit them on the web at http://www.vitaltealeaf.net, or drop by one of their San Francisco stores located at 509 Grant Avenue, 905 Grant Avenue, and 1044 Grant Avenue or their Seattle stores located at 1401 1st Avenue and 2003 Western Avenue, Suite 109.

About Vital Tea Leaf

Vital Leaf Tea is a tea bar that specializes in red tea, black tea, pu-erh tea, oolong tea, white tea, and green tea in San Francisco. Vital Leaf Tea serves the San Francisco Bay Area.

In addition to loose-leaf teas and hand-rolled flowering tea balls, Vital Tea Leaf also offers an assortment of porcelain, glass and rare Yixing purple clay teapots, hand-painted tea sets and other accessories.

The shop has been featured on international culinary and travel television shows such as History Channel: Only In America, World Chinese TV: Success Local Business, San Francisco Chronicle, Santa Rosa Daily, MTV Italy, Take Home Chef, Yan Can Cook, Travel Channel from Germany, Mexican Airline Magazine, American Airline Magazine, NBC TV Channel, Cincinnati TV Channel, Fine Living channel, and many more newspapers and magazines around the world.

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