Chinese red tea – this is an amazing beverage that is prepared from the dried petals of the Sudanese rose (synonyms: hibiscus, African sorrel), the drink has a sweet, pungent taste and a rich red color. It can be consumed both cold and hot. The ancient Chinese believed that Oolong tea increases the duration of human life, normalizes mental alertness and stimulates memory. Today we have formally proved: Chinese red teas have many beneficial properties.
The influence of red tea on the heart and blood vessels
Red tea has a positive effect on the cardiovascular system. It reduces
blood clots and is a natural antiagreganta (thins the blood), and by reducing the level of cholesterol in the blood it allows you to fight one of the most unpleasant diseases – atherosclerosis Continue reading
Black classic tea
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Familiar and familiar in appearance black tea, according to Chinese classification, recognized worldwide, is considered red. According to Chinese artists, this category of tea is not enough fermented, although the degree of fermentation of black tea is considered full. The major producers of black tea are India and Sri Lanka, but in China there are some famous varieties, which in many respects not inferior to the leaders. In General, the appearance in the world of this category of tea that we owe to great Britain. During the colonization of India, many Englishmen were fond of cultivation of tea and had some success. Due to the fact that the UK was
the largest Maritime power and owned the fastest of the fleet, the British sailors were not too difficult to smuggle precious cargo home where subsequently with this wonderful drink met all of Europe. In India there are two main regions where Continue reading
Green tea is good, but dangerous. While red wine has powerful antioxidant resveratrol, green tea also contains powerful antioxidant — Epigallocatechingallate. And only thanks to the resveratrol, the French have a low incidence of coronary heart disease, despite the consumption of highly caloric and fatty foods. The Japanese have too low percentage of heart disease, despite the fact that most of them are heavy smokers. They also drink red wine in large quantities? Of course not. The answer is obvious, they eat a lot of green tea.
The properties of green tea are not fully understood. But some of its useful properties has been proved by scientific research:
treats various infections
stops the development of diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease Continue reading