The toning properties of tea
Tea is one of the oldest drinks, that exist in the world. His home country is China. But over the years he has conquered virtually the whole world. He has become popular for many different reasons. One is, of course, the toning properties. The tea has a lot of useful ingredients.
The healing tea effects
Caffeine stimulates the nervous system. Theophylin has the ability to make wider blood vessels. Theobromine is good for the drainage of the body. Polyphenol is very similar to this in red wine. He will stop the aging of cells and reduces the amount of cholesterol.
Tea is one of the world’s oldest drinks
It has many different kinds of tea. They divided into the following groups: black, green and white.
The effect of green tea
The black tea is very strong and has the highest amount of caffeine. The leaves have gone through a process of fermentation. It can be dry or be smoky.
The strong and caffeinated black tea
The leaves of green tea are undermined any process of fermentation. They are baked or simply dried. The flavor is very delicate and raised. People who suffer from high blood pressure, should dedicate themselves to especially this type of tea drinking. Vitamin P and vitamin C abstain here plenty. In combination, they cause that the capillaries are stronger. The own thinking ability and memory can be strengthened so that with regular use. Due to the large amount of antioxidants to protect against cancer. It is also important that the metabolism and thus also the processing of fats will work better. In General, you would thus strengthen your immune system. Because of all of the listed good reasons, the green tea finds widespread use in cosmetics. Especially in the products against cellulite, he finds a usage.
Japanese green tea
The white tea has been edited at least. The leaves were just lightly dried. The taste is very light and gentle. All these varieties can be enjoyed cold as well as warm.
White tea effects
Large amount of antioxidants in the tea
Health directly from nature
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Indian tea with spices and milk
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The famous English Twiggy for tea
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Inspiration from the Orient