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Chai tea, when made in the traditional way with black tea and spices, has all of the nutritional benefits of black tea and is very healthy. According to WebMD, black tea contains powerful antioxidants called polyphenols.... More »

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Some health benefits associated with chai tea are digestive support, lowering of blood sugar, cancer prevention and cardiovascular support, reports SFGate. Chai tea's health benefits result from its medicinally active in... More »

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Historically, sassafras tea was used for urinary tract disorders, swelling in the nasal passages and as a remedy for gout and arthritis, but the safrole chemical in sassafras tea is now known to be poisonous. The Food an... More »

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Chai tea generally refers to a drink made from black tea, milk, spices and sometimes a sweetener. In other parts of the world, "chai" is a generic term for tea while "masala chai" refers to the spiced tea drink. More »

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There are 70 milligrams of caffeine in a tall Starbucks Chai tea latte. The caffeine content increases to 95 milligrams in the grande size. More »

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To make Chai tea in a jar, mix together 1 cup of nonfat dry milk powder, 1 cup of non-dairy powdered coffee creamer and 1 cup of sugar (add less or more to taste). Add 2 1/2 cups of unsweetened instant tea and 2 teaspoon... More »

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To make a chai tea latte, steep a chai-spiced black tea bag in 1/4 cup of boiling water for three to five minutes. Meanwhile, heat 3/4 cup whole milk in a pan, and beat it with a milk frother until foamy. Combine the tea... More »

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