Loose Leaf Tea: Black Tea
Loose leaf black tea is the embodiment of tea craftsmanship. Unlike tea bags that usually contain broken leaves, our loose leaf black tea consists of whole leaves. This will give the tea a fuller taste and a richer flavor. The tea leaves unfold gracefully as they steep, releasing complex flavors and aromas.Buy Chinese Black Tea Now!
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Loose Leaf Black Tea Benefits (Potential)
Loose Leaf Black Tea is rich in tea polyphenols, especially catechins, which are powerful antioxidant compounds that help fight free radicals and reduce oxidative stress, thus helping to maintain cellular health.
Loose Leaf Black tea has a rich flavor and is rich in trace elements such as potassium, which can enhance blood circulation in the heart and reduce the consumption of calcium in the body. Loose Leaf Black tea contains manganese, often black tea can be strong bones.
Removes Greasiness and Aids Digestion
The British like to eat afternoon tea with black tea because black tea can remove the meat in the mouth of the sense of grease and relieve eating sweets brought about by sweet greasy, and fermented black tea relative to the stomach and intestines is not so stimulating, tea polyphenols into the human body, will be oxidized to become theaflavin, theobromine, to help digestion and then promote appetite!
Nourishes the Stomach
The tea polyphenols in loose leaf black tea undergo enzymatic oxidation reactions under the action of oxidases. These oxidation products can promote human digestion. Therefore, loose leaf black tea not only does not hurt the stomach, but also nourishes the stomach. Regularly drinking black tea with sugar and milk can reduce inflammation and protect the gastric mucosa.
Studies have shown that the tea polyphenols in loose leaf black tea may help lower low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) levels, thereby helping to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. In addition, the catechins in black tea may help reduce high blood pressure.