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Organic Herbal Tea provides several positive health benefits to people of all age groups, thanks to their naturally sourced catechins, antioxidants, and other nutrient content. Consuming tea continually offers numerous health benefits which range from anti-ageing to weight management. Listed below are some of the most common organic teas and their health advantages.

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Benefits of organic teas

Benefits of Organic Teas

Drinking health-boosting beverages is the fad nowadays, considering rapid paced

lifestyles and the lack of time to prepare a nutrition-packed meal from scratch. To

serve the growing need and demand for health foods on the go, many kinds of

health beverages, juices and tonics have made their way to store shelves,

beckoning consumers to try them out. However, we already have an adverse

health tonic pick-me-up sitting on the shelf of our homes - Tea!

Organic Herbal Tea provides several positive health benefits to people of all

age groups, thanks to their naturally sourced catechins, antioxidants, and other

nutrient content. Consuming tea continually offers numerous health benefits

which range from anti-ageing to weight management. Listed below are some of

the most common organic teas and their health advantages.

1. Green Tea:

Green tea is produced from Camellia Sinensis, tea leaves miss the

fermentation process, and therefore maintain plenty of antioxidants and

polyphenols. Green tea is known to help increase metabolism, mainly due

to the polyphenols that work to reduce fat retention within your digestive

system. It also helps control diabetic issues by regulating glucose levels

stages and thereby avoiding insulin rises. Furthermore, green tea is known

to prevent esophageal melanoma and keep depressive disorders at bay due

to the amino acid theanine content, which encourages a sense of relaxation

and peacefulness.

2. Black Tea:


Benefits of organic teas

Also derived from the plant species Camellia Sinensis, black tea leaves are

oxidized, heat-treated and fermented, giving black tea its distinctive rich

taste and color. Black tea is known to reduce plaque development and

prevent bacterial growth that could affect the presence of cavities and

teeth decays. Polyphenols in black tea eliminate cavity-causing bacteria

while affecting the growth of bacterial enzymes. The phytochemicals

existing in black tea promote stronger bone fragments and help avoid

arthritis.

3. White Tea:

The least processed of the three teas, white tea features the most punch

because it contains the maximum health-boosting antioxidants, which

makes it an anti-oxidant giant. White tea provides protection from toxins,

helps battle harmful inflammation, improves the quality of one's

cardiovascular health, reduces the risk of serious diseases such as diabetic

issues and cancer and encourages proper defense mechanisms. white tea is

also known for its anti-bacterial and antiviral qualities.

4. Chamomile Tea:

Brewed from the daisy-like chamomile herb, this tea is best known for its

mild sedative properties, making it the go-to beverage for sleep aid and for

fighting insomnia. Chamomile tea aids in relieving anxiety, stress and even

fighting depression. The flavonoids in chamomile tea possess anti-

inflammatory, anti-microbial and anti-oxidant properties, making it ideal for

treating wounds and cuts, calming muscle spasms and soothing stomach

aches. Its antiseptic properties help in clearing up skin conditions such as

acne, eczema, and allergies.

5. Oolong Tea:


Benefits of organic teas

This tea, being slightly fermented and semi-oxidized, has a distinct flavor

that falls between black and green tea. Primarily known for its ability to

stimulate the compound lipase which is known to melt extra fat and aid in

weight-loss, oolong tea also helps in digestive function, increases mental

performance, helps in regulating glucose levels stages, encourages good

epidermis and hair health, stops joint corrosion, helps in the building up of

bone fragments and fortifies the defense mechanisms.

Organic tea, be it black, white, green, oolong, chamomile, herbal or fruit,

brings an array of health advantages along with a delicious flavor. Not only

that, organic tea leaves you feeling rejuvenated, empowered and healthier

due to the absence of any chemicals or synthetic preservatives. Just choose

your favorite tea and produce a cup of flavorful health.

For more information please visit:

http://www.tealiciousteacompany.com/organic-teas


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