What is Your Favorite Tea?

Are you a tea person? What is your favorite tea? Stick around to find some fun facts about your favorite beverage.

Tea is a fragrant drink prepared from the dried leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant, known as the tea plant and hot water. It is considered both an herb and a spice, but is mostly known as an herb. So, this is what is called “real tea”.

Herbal teas are made by a combination of spices, leaves, bark, flowers, and dried fruits, which belong to edible plants that are not teas. The type of tea is determined by the degree of oxidation of the leaves. According to research tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, after water.

Three best teas for health

Green tea

Consuming green tea can improve your health. It can positively affect skin health, help with weight loss and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Green tea is made from non-oxidized leaves. As one of the least processed types of teas, it contains antioxidants and polyphenols.

In traditional Chinese and Indian medicine, people use green tea to improve heart and mental health. They also use it to normalize body temperature, heal injuries, control bleeding, and aid digestion. Additionally, animal studies have shown that green tea helps with some types of cancer such as stomach, prostate, bowel, bladder, breast, ovarian, skin, and lung cancers. Green tea can also improve one’s memory and cognitive functions. Research also shows that green tea can help prevent tooth decay, and chronic fatigue, can reduce inflammation, and therefore help with arthritis.

Jasmine tea 

Jasmine tea is a green tea with the addition of jasmine flowers to enhance the aroma. Thus, this type of tea has all the healing properties of green tea, with the added healing properties of jasmine, such as: improves physical condition, reduces stress, helps improve mood.  People in Okinawa are known to live long and happy lives and according to the book “Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life,” they are passionate about drinking jasmine tea.

Hibiscus tea

Hibiscus flowers can be used dried as tea, but also fresh in salads. According to studies, hibiscus leaves extracts have antioxidant and antitumor properties and as such can protect against free radicals at the cellular level. Hibiscus tea can help regulate blood pressure and can have some cardiovascular benefits.

We hope you found your new Favorite tea… Enjoy!

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