Zen is a school of Mahayana Buddhism, but it is more commonly referenced as a way of being or a state of mind. It’s truly a philosophy that can be applied to anything, and regardless of what your personal Zen is, to find it requires a level of mindfulness that can be challenging but extremely rewarding.
Although our society is largely accustomed to chemicals, genetically modified foods and western medicine, there has been a noticeable shift toward the more natural path. People are craving to reconnect with real, whole products and foods. One popular trend that is resurfacing is tea because of its multitude of benefits for mind, body and soul.