Which tea is the healthiest? Top 3 varieties

Feb­ru­ary 15, 2017, 04:05 PM

Tea right­ful­ly takes the place of the most pop­u­lar drink in the world, because they drink it on all con­ti­nents. Before becom­ing a thirst quencher, tea was active­ly used as a rem­e­dy.

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Let’s fig­ure out togeth­er which vari­eties of tea are the most ben­e­fi­cial for humans.

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White tea

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The leaves for this type of tea can be col­lect­ed from tea trees that grow in Chi­na and Cey­lon. In the pro­duc­tion process, only the top two leaves from the branch are used. The tech­no­log­i­cal process of obtain­ing white tea is quite sim­ple: the leaves are dried a lit­tle, and then they are kept for a cou­ple of min­utes for a cou­ple.

This tea is some­times called a decoc­tion of immor­tal­i­ty, because it is the only vari­ety where vit­a­mins and nutri­ents are pre­served in full.

Reg­u­lar con­sump­tion of white tea sig­nif­i­cant­ly slows down the for­ma­tion of tumors, aging, accel­er­ates wound heal­ing and pro­vides pow­er­ful pro­tec­tion against bac­te­ria and virus­es. The only dis­ad­van­tage of white tea is its sub­tle and sub­tle taste, which is unlike­ly to be under­stood by peo­ple who are accus­tomed to strong tea leaves.

Black tea

healthy tea

To cre­ate black tea, leaves are used exclu­sive­ly from adult bush­es. The pro­cess­ing of this vari­ety is much more dif­fi­cult than that of white tea. It includes the stages of with­er­ing, twist­ing and dry­ing and fer­men­ta­tion.

Black tea is an excel­lent tool for pre­vent­ing the devel­op­ment of can­cer and low­er­ing cho­les­terol lev­els in the blood.

Among the minus­es of this drink, the high con­tent of caf­feine should be high­light­ed. Because of this, it is advised not to con­sume more than four cups of black tea a day, as exces­sive amounts of caf­feine lead to overex­ci­ta­tion and heart prob­lems.

yellow tea

healthy tea

For the prepa­ra­tion of this tea, only the kid­neys are used, which are steamed for a cer­tain time, and then wrapped in paper, with the help of which the tea under­goes the dry­ing and fer­men­ta­tion pro­ce­dure.

Among the use­ful prop­er­ties of this type of tea is the nor­mal­iza­tion of the heart and blood flow, stim­u­la­tion of the brain cen­ters.

The only dis­ad­van­tage of such tea is a rather high cost, because the vari­ety belongs to a num­ber of elite ones.

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