Green leaves in the mist

The Power bestowed in leaves!

As the name suggests, green tea is derived from the green leaves of the tea plant. This type of tea is consumed in its natural form. In India, the leaves of the tea plants grown in the hill stations of Darjeeling, Assam, Manipur, Sikkim, Kerala, Tamil Nadu etc. are plucked and used to make the best green tea. Tea leaves of Camellia Sinensis are used for the perfect taste, texture and aroma.

Difference between Green Tea and Black Tea

Black Tea is not something very different from Green tea. It is just the oxidised form of green tea. The process of oxidation changes the colour of the tea leaves from green to black. All types of teas contain antioxidants, only the type of anti-oxidants varies from tea to tea. The combination of heat, natural leaves and moisture has an amazing number of benefits for the human body. Green tea is thus, a great drink to consume on a regular basis.

Nutritional Status of Green Tea

Green tea is a good source of minerals like manganese, calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium. It also contains powerful antioxidants and vitamins. Green tea has special antioxidants known as catechins. These antioxidants belong to the family of flavonoids. Antioxidants work towards neutralising damage-causing free radicals. Green tea also contains caffeine. The negative effects of caffeine are eliminated by the epigallocatechin gallate and L-Theanine, the two important compounds of green tea.Background with two white tea cups, leaves and a white teapot

Green tea is considered a nutritious drink as it contains no traces of fats and calories. When used with other natural herbs, it is known to have the best taste and most beneficial effects. A combination of green tea with spices and herbs like cinnamon, ginger, black pepper, nutmeg, lemongrass, hibiscus etc. increases the health benefits many folds and is even more beneficial for us to drink.

History of Green Tea

Green Tea originated long back in Ancient China but, is now produced all over the world. India has its tea resources in Southern and eastern parts of the country. Assam and Darjeeling tea is popular all across the globe for its unique taste and texture. Today, this natural drink has become one of the most widely used drinks in many countries.

Benefits of Green Tea

Ever since we have heard the term green tea, the word benefits always seem attached to it.
The most common benefits of green tea are:
1. Overall fitness: The fitness and health of the human body can be enhanced with some natural help. We have already discussed the nutrients that green tea contains. The daily intake of such nutrients increases the metabolic rate which in turn helps in managing body weight and ensures there is no deficiency.

2. Improves the immune system: Green tea acts as a natural defence in protecting the body against illnesses and pathogens. It strengthens the immune system and makes the body healthy.

3. Treats stomach disorders: Stomach disorders are quite common these days. Green tea introduces stimulants into the stomach that improve the digestion and absorption processes. Various stomach disorders like gas, peptic ulcers, bloating, indigestion, irritable bowel movements can be treated naturally with the help of green tea.Pouring herbal tea from a white pot into a cup

4. Relaxes the body: Green tea acts as a natural anti-depressant and relaxant. It is also known to promote good sleep and lend a calming effect to the brain.

5. Mental alertness: Green tea brings a lot more than just physical health. It is also good for the brain. It creates a sense of awareness. It also energises the body and refreshes the mind. The correct way of consuming green tea.

It is good to consume green tea throughout the day. Try to have green tea at a gap of least 30-40 minutes before and after meals and avoid drinking it on empty stomach. Since consuming anything in large amounts can be harmful, more than 3 cups a day of green tea too should not be had.

What makes Preserva Wellness Teas a Unique Range of Teas?
Preserva Wellness Teas are not just green teas. These are a unique blend of green tea, spices, flowers and other natural herbs. Curcumin from Turmeric is the key ingredient of all Preserva Teas which makes all the teas a perfect solution for good health and overall well-being. The herbal combination of spices like cumin, fenugreek, black pepper, cinnamon, coriander, ginger, green tea and curcumin works towards nurturing the body, making it fit enough to fight invaders. These are the world’s first curcumin-based teas that contain the power of herbs, flowers and spices. These teas target some of the most common health issues among people like low energy, cleansing and detoxifying, weight management, poor digestion, stress, low immunity and mood swings. Include it in your daily lifestyle to see remarkable changes and get rid of the unhealthy habits. Say cheers to good health with Green Tea!

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