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After water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the entire world. There are many different types of tea varieties. And each one of them boasts its own origins, flavor profiles, and health benefits.
It’s amazing how a single plant can produce various flavour profiles, based on the level of oxidation. Black, green, oolong, pu-erh, and white teas- also called True teas are made from the same tea leaves, technically called the Camellia sinensis plant. Tea-like beverages that aren’t produced from Camellia sinensis aren’t technically tea, but they are often put under the category of “herbal tea” or “tisanes.” They include chamomile, mint, hibiscus, rooibos etc.
As all teas are produced from the same plant, their benefits are also similar. They all help in weight loss by increasing the metabolic rate of our body. They also help in keeping our heart healthy. Due to the presence of antioxidants they are great for skin health too.
Pooja Goyal, Founder, Moksa, lists out some benefits of tea.
It offers a variety of health benefits because it contains antioxidants and compounds that can help reduce inflammation in the body and face.
As it is loaded with antioxidants, it is helpful for fat loss, improved brain function and heart health. It also reduces skin irritation and redness.
Due to the presence of many health benefiting compounds, it is great for lowering blood pressure, weight loss, improving sleep, inflammatory bowel diseases etc. It contains anti-allergenics which cure skin problems like eczema.
This tea increases energy, promotes a healthy heart, cleanses toxins and free radicals and aids in weight loss. It maintains the elasticity of the skin and fights ageing.
Studies have shown that it helps reduce the risk of heart diseases, combat skin aging and even help with weight loss. The benefits of herbal teas vary depending on the kind of tea.
-Chamomile and lavender teas help treat insomnia.
-Hibiscus and blue pea butterfly teas are rich in antioxidants and really good for skin.
-Mint and ginger teas are great for digestion.
In short, whatever type you choose, one can never go wrong with a cup of tea!
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