Sen Cha Tea
The composition of Sencha green tea contains everything that is useful for health and needed to maintain well-being and beautiful appearance.
Health benefits: It mainly contains large amounts of antioxidants and polyphenols, as well as other components necessary for the body. These include minerals such as zinc, potassium, sodium, iron, fluorine and calcium, as well as vitamins A, C, E, K and B1 and B2. Each ingredient that contains Sencha green tea can contribute to improving our health in various ways. Catechins and tannins protect us against free radicals, and polyphenols prevent the development of various chronic diseases associated with, for example, the circulatory system. Regular drinking Sencha is the secret to the longevity of the Japanese and Chinese. First of all, it has a beneficial effect on the digestive system, and this improves metabolism, stimulates bile production and supports fat burning. It is also recommended for people who have problems with the circulatory system and elevated cholesterol, and especially beneficial for diabetics. Sencha strengthens bones, delays aging, cleanses, nourishes and has a diuretic effect. The caffeine contained in it stimulates, and additionally refreshes and cools the body. According to research, regular drinking green tea has anti-depressant effects, improves mood and makes us happier. So Sencha can not only take care of our body but also our soul. An interesting fact is that green tea can compensate for bad breath.
How to make a Sencha Tea?
Put 1 teaspoon of Sencha Tea into 200 ml of hot water (70-75 degrees Celsius), cover and leave for 1-2 minutes. You can add some sugar or honey.
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