The Healing Properties Of
The Healing Properties Of Tea. Many research studies have
been done the world over looking at whether tea has any
benefits to health or not.
The good news is that tea has been shown through many of
these studies to be beneficial in lowering blood pressure and
also in preventing a variety of cancers from developing. The
majority of studies have focused on green tea, which is an
herbal tea that is most popular in China.
Be aware however that the Western world is coming to
appreciate the many healthy benefits that green tea yields.
Green tea is the only type of tea that is not fermented which
means that it retains all of its antioxidant properties while
others tea that are fermented lose some but not all of their
antioxidants during the process.
Due to the fact that green tea is composed of antioxidants
that are both strong and powerful, it therefore has many
benefits to health. One of the most significant benefits of
green tea is its unique ability to inactivate the negative
effects of the flu virus.
A substance called L-theaninie that is contained in green
tea causes the body to fight back harder and stronger when it
senses the presence of the virus that causes the flu. Drinking
green tea on a consistent basis will work to coat the membranes
of the throat and help to effectively neutralize the flu virus
when it rears its ugly head.
If you do not enjoy the taste of green tea but still want to
reap the benefits then consider gargling with it on a daily
basis. Green tea is effective in helping to lose weight.
Green tea is instrumental in increasing metabolism but it is
also able to oxidize fat without the worry that it will speed
up the heart rate of the individual attempting to lose