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Effects of different tea leaves

Effects of different tea leaves

The following is a summary of the benefits and effects of each type of tea:

Green Tea:
Green tea is made by directly frying fresh tea leaves in a hot pan at 100 to 200°C.

Benefits and Effects: Anti-aging, lowering blood lipids, preventing arteriosclerosis, reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases (green tea contains tea glycosides, which improve blood vessel elasticity and reduce the risk of vessel rupture); weight loss, preventing tooth decay, freshening breath, anticancer properties, whitening and UV protection; antibacterial and intestinal regulation functions; can improve digestive disorders, such as acute diarrhea caused by bacteria.

Oolong Tea:
Oolong tea, also known as “Gongfu tea,” is a semi-fermented tea that falls between black tea and green tea. The production process involves withering, shaking, frying, rolling, and drying, resulting in a golden or orange-yellow soup color and a mellow flavor.

Benefits and Effects: Skin beauty and anti-aging: Drinking oolong tea can maintain a high level of vitamin C in the blood and reduce the excretion of vitamin C in urine. Weight loss: It is a valuable weight loss product. Prevention of tooth decay: Oolong tea contains polyphenols that can inhibit the production of plaque enzymes. Improvement of skin allergies.

Black Tea:
Black tea is a fully fermented tea, and the brewed tea has a red soup and red leaves. It can be divided into three categories: small-leaf black tea, Gongfu black tea, and black broken tea.

Benefits and Effects: Black tea is mild in nature with a rich aroma and flavor. It can help digestion, reduce greasiness, stimulate appetite, assist in health maintenance, promote appetite, diuretic, and alleviate edema. It has a strong effect in strengthening the heart muscle. It has strong antibacterial properties and rinsing with black tea can prevent colds caused by filterable viruses, as well as prevent tooth decay and food poisoning, and lower blood sugar and hypertension. Black tea is equally effective as green tea and more beneficial to the heart. For people with weak spleen and stomach, adding milk to black tea can have a certain warming effect on the stomach.

Pu-erh Tea:
Pu-erh tea is processed through withering, rolling, fermentation, and drying, with a longer fermentation time, resulting in a dark color.

Benefits and Effects: Nutritional supplementation, aiding digestion, resolving greasiness, promoting intestinal health; cholesterol reduction, weight loss, softening of blood vessels, prevention of cardiovascular diseases; antioxidant, anti-aging, prolonged lifespan; anticancer, antimutation, blood pressure reduction; blood sugar reduction, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, diuretic and detoxification, reducing the harm of smoking and alcohol.

White Tea:
White tea is made from tender tea leaves covered in fine hair, which are air-dried or lightly baked without rolling, preserving the intact white hair.

Benefits and Effects: White tea has three health benefits (radiation resistance, antioxidant, and anti-tumor) and three reducing effects (reducing blood pressure, blood lipids, and blood sugar). It also has the effects of nourishing the heart, liver, eyes, spirit, qi, and beauty. It can treat diabetes, prevent cerebrovascular diseases, lower blood pressure, and enhance immunity against viruses.

Yellow Tea:
Yellow tea refers to tea that undergoes a short period of pile fermentation during the production process. It can be divided into yellow bud tea, yellow small-leaf tea, and yellow large-leaf tea, with a pleasant and mellow taste.

Benefits and Effects: Yellow tea is fermented during the “pile fermentation” process, and the digestive enzymes produced can protect the spleen and stomach, improve appetite, and aid digestion. Digestive enzymes can restore the metabolism of fat cells and break down fat. The tea polyphenols, amino acids, soluble sugars, and vitamins in yellow tea can prevent and treat esophageal cancer. The natural substances retained in fresh yellow tea leaves are over 85%, and these substances have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects.

Different teas correspond to different health benefits, so when drinking tea, it is necessary to choose according to individual circumstances. Only by drinking the right tea for oneself can it be beneficial to the body.

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