Tea and its Benefits
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It is nature’s wonder herb and a stimulant too. Tea has existed since centuries in countries like China, Japan, India and Sri Lanka.
Its potentiality in promoting health has received world-wide attention.
People across the globe are turning to this ancient herb to re-discover its magical benefits. This herb contains protective, anti-oxidant and revitalizing properties. Today it is cultivated across the world especially in tropical and subtropical regions.
The ‘latin’ name of tea is Camellia sinensis, and in ‘Sanskrit’ is called as Shyamparni/Chaha. There is lots of variety of, degree of processing of this plant determines whether the tea would be green, black or red.
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Green Tea: It is made from the leaves of Camellia sinensis and it is the least processed tea amongst all the available varieties of teas. It is simply steamed quickly before packaging.
Black Tea: It is partially dried, crushed and fermented. It more oxidized as compare to green tea.
Red Tea: It is similar to the black tea wherein partial drying, crushing and fermentation processes are carried out. But there are only which most popular and that is green tea and black tea.
The major constituents of tea are caffeine, theanine, Poly-phenols and essential oil, vitamins, minerals, and methyl-xanthines. Pantothenic acid and riboflavin are most frequently active in it leaves. Kaempferol and Quercetin are active in green tea and fresh leaves. It contains fluoride which is must for strong teeth and contains half the amount of caffeine.
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The research say, the antioxidants in the tea contains cancer fighting properties and it is really good in cancer treatment or avoiding cancer. The extensive clinic research is going on tea for know its benefits.
Benefits of Drinking Tea
Green tea is good for those who are looking for weight loss.
It is stimulant and beverage also.
It contains anti-oxidant properties that prevent cancer.
It helps in maintain blood pressure.
It also prevents from viral and bacterial infections.
It contains anti-ageing property, which delays the ageing effects.
It improves and regulates the digestive system as well as excretory system.
It prevents the blood clotting.
It also lowers the cholesterol level and helps in maintaining good cholesterol level.
It also neutralizes the enzymes that aid in the growth of tumors.
It also stimulates the immune system.
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