Organic farming is an agricultural system is designed to allow the use of naturally occurring substances while prohibiting or strictly limiting synthetic substances. Organic farming uses naturally occurring pesticides such as pyrethrin and rotenone and prohibitts synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Nilgiri District Administration is in process of implementing a 3 year roadmap to turn farming in Nilgiris totally organic.

Organic tea powder is produced from is finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea from the hills of Nilgiris. The technique for producing black tea was first developed during the late Ming Dynasty Wuyishan, Fujian either resulting from the over-oxidation of tea-leaves during the manufacture of oolong tea.  Tea leaves and flushes, which includes a terminal bud and two young leaves, are picked from Camellia sinensis. Picking is done by hand. The tea leaves will begin to wilt soon after picking, with a gradual onset of enzymatic oxidation. Withering is used to remove excess water from the leaves and allows a very slight amount of oxidation. The leaves then undergo a process known in the industry as "disruption" or "leaf maceration", which through bruising or cutting disrupts leaf cell structures, releasing the leaf juices and enzymes that activate oxidation. The oxidation process is done at high humidity between 20-30 degrees Celsius, transforming much of the catechins of the leaves into complex tannin.

Place about 1 - 2 teaspoons of tea powder.
Pour boiling water that has been cooled to 95 degrees Celsius
Allow tea to steep for about 3-5minutes without stirring or squeezing
1. Milk Tea - boiled milk and sugar (milk should act as a flavor-enhancer)
2. Lime Tea - lemon juice and sugar (balancing out the combination of lemon and sugar to taste)

1. Black tea is enriched with antioxidants like theaflavins, thearubigins and catechins that can help prevent certain types of cancers.
2. Theophylline and caffeine keeps you up and energized.
3. It has polyphenols which help protect our cells and DNA against damage.
4. Antioxidants present in black tea are good for heart health; can lower risks of heart attacks and atherosclerosis.
5. Regular consumption of black tea is also tied with benefiting people suffering from diabetes and cholesterol.
6. Phytochemicals found in tea are linked with maintaining healthy bones and warding off risks of bone related ailments such as osteoporosis.
7. Amino acid L-theanine helps in relaxing and revving up your concentration level.
8. It contains alkylamine - an antigen -, which helps in strengthening the immunity.
9. Fluoride, found in black tea, helps in protecting teeth and bones.
10.  It also has anti-inflammatory properties.

General Specification
Product Type Tea Dust
Product Colour Dark Brown
Synonym Camellia Sinensis Extract
Odor Type Characteristic
Dimensions Dust (Fine Ground)
Taste Characteristic
Total polyphenols 9.0
Total Catechins 7
Chemical Specification
Moisture 7.0
Ash Content 4-8
Micorbiology Specification
Salmonella (in 25gms) Absent
Yeast and Mould (cfu/gm) 10^2
Copper 150
Iron 50
Zinc 50

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Black Tea, Assam Tea Dust 1 KG

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