Tea tips for good taste, health benefits and beauty by teas.
Boiling water is not good for white, green, or Oolong tea. Boiling water will "cook" the leaves and this will ruin the flavor.
When trying a new tea, you will need to experiment until you are familiar with it. At first, steep it for a minute or two, and then taste it. You can steep it longer if necessary. Pay more attention to flavor than to color.
Both Black and Green tea are rich sources of potassium and manganese as well as vitamins
Tea also contain Phyto chemicals, which studies suggest may help in inhibiting the growth of Tumor cells.
Antioxidants found in Tea are Flavonoids, which are more powerful than those in fruits & vegetables, this Anti-Oxidative property of Tea helps relieve the oxidative stress in the eye system.
Researchers have indicated a strong link between tea and increase in memory, alertness, reaction time and a positive result on other mental and physical attributes.
An organic cup tea not only gives you the full flavor of the teas, but also provides your body with the natural antibiotics available in Camellia teas, which are usually destroyed by the use of pesticides and herbicides.
Herbal Tea is good for Diabetes, slimming, asthma, Blood Pressure, improving memory, vigor and vitality and also for sleep.
Green Tea is known to enhance the effect of antibodies and thus reduce chances of influenza, cough, cholera and dental complications.
According to experts, Polyphenols- antioxidants found in Green Tea possess much more potent antioxidants such as vitamin C&E.
Research suggests that Green Tea help to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and have anti-blood clotting properties.