6 Different Types Of Tea That Will Cleanse Your Body And Mind

 

 

 

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Caffeine free The rooibos plant grows naturally without any caffeine. This is important, as it means it does not need to undergo a chemical process to remove the caffeine. It also means that anyone can drink it, including those who do not want to drink caffeine such as children pregnant women. The other key benefit of no caffeine is that this tea can be consumed in unrestricted amounts. Some South African’s will consume 5 6 cups per day.

Many people are not aware there is a healthier Japanese herbal tea than Green teas, called Tenchicha. The tea contains 12 herbs with no caffeine. Mr. Kumagai is the president of Eco Vita, which provides information on health benefits of herbal products including tenchicha. For more detail, please visit Tenchicha.com.

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By now almost everyone in the galaxy knows that drinking green tea is good for health. Not only is this type of tea loaded with healthy antioxidants, but studies have shown that drinking 2 or 3 cups of this delicious brew can help to you lose weight and keep you hydrated. However, some teas are simply healthy than others and finding the very best can increase the health the benefits of this beverage considerably.

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Tea found its way to Persia (Iran) through the Silk Road from India and soon became the national drink. The whole part of northern Iran along the shores of the Caspian Sea is suitable for the cultivation of tea. Especially in the Gilan province on the slopes of Alborz, large areas are under tea cultivation and millions of people work in the tea industry for their livelihood. That region covers a large part of Iran’s need for tea. Iranians have one of the highest per capita rates of tea consumption in the world and from old times every street has had a Tea House. Tea houses are still an important social place. Iranians traditionally drink tea by pouring it into a saucer and putting a lump of rock sugar in the mouth before drinking the tea.

Rooibos tea was traditionally brewed by the Khoi people of the Cederberg mountains, who believed that it had health benefits.

It is classified as a herbal tea, which means that the tea is made from “a flowering plant without a woody stem”. Herbal infusions can include flowers, herbs, fruit and spices. These infusions are caffeine free, unlike all other types of tea.

Thai tea (also known as Thai iced tea) or “cha yen” when ordered in Thailand is a drink made from strongly brewed red tea that usually contains added anise, red and yellow food colorings, and sometimes other spices as well. This tea is sweetened with sugar and condensed milk and served chilled. Evaporated or whole milk is generally poured over the tea and ice before serving-it is never mixed before serving-to add taste and creamy appearance. Locally, it is served in a traditional tall glass and when ordered take out, it is poured over the crushed ice in a clear (or translucent) plastic bag. It can be made into a frappe at more westernized vendors.

Most important element in green tea is EGCG. Pretty much all the health benefits which include heart disease prevention, cancer prevention, and weight loss are achievable due to EGCG. One cup produces around 50mg of EGCG. Many clinical test results advise 300mg every day in order to receive noticeable health benefits, which equal 6 cups daily. That is a lot of cups to produce and drink. Not many people living in the post modern community have time to do that.