TIPS FROM PROFESSIONAL
The Benefits of tea
* Green tea is high in anti-oxidants; an inhibitor of the oxidation of LDL cholesterol which can cause artery hardening.
- The inhibition of the fat embolism.
- Green tea can help prevent clumping of platelets. This is important in maintaining the flow of blood within the body.
* In a dry tea leaves about 20-30 percent by weight of a substance that has a tart flavor to the relief of diarrhea. Flexibility of the heart muscle and blood vessel walls, making the green tea is suitable for those with high blood pressure.
* The minerals found in full leaf tealeaves are high in chloride helping to strengthen bones and teeth.
* The antioxidants found in green tea leafs can help slow aging and maintain youthfulness.
It is said, that green tea can help prevent Rheumatic arthritis, this commonly occurs in middle-aged women. Rheumatic arthritis can create swelling and aching of muscles and joints.
Oolong (semi-fermented tea)
* The substances of alcohol and aldehyde fragrance found in semi-fermented tea can help in relaxation.
* Caffeine found in tea can stimulate the brain and increase concentration and the metabolic rate. This improves blood circulation and helps maintain a balanced blood pressure.
* Theanine is an amino acid that makes creates a mellow taste in Oolong tea. It helps regulate brain function and can lower blood pressure and reduce blood cholesterol.
* Can help prevent heart disease.
* Reduces triglycerides, and blood sugar levels.
* Helps digestion. Relieves dyspepsia.
- It can reduces the absorption of sugar and fat into the bloodstream when drank with meals.
Thai Tea (fermented tea)
* Can help to reduce migraines.
* Help prevent insomnia.
* Reduce the symptoms of nervous tension.
* Reduce blood pressure.
* Helps digestive system discomfort, vomiting, gastritis and constipation.