Yunnan Green Tea
- Yunnan Green Tea
Nutritional values and valuable properties of green teas have been known for hundreds of years. Like the huge traditions of eating them. In both aspects, Asian leaders are famous for their excellent crops. Traditional methods of harvesting and specific microclimate make Chinese teas considered by experts the best in the world. A perfect example is Yunnan Green Tea obtained from shrubs growing in the Chinese province of Yunnan. It has been produced for over 1800 years and is characterized by a tasty brew with refined taste and aroma. A special feature is the specific processing that allows obtaining a regular shape and a slightly greenish color.
Health benefits: Yunnan Green Tea facilitates concentration, improves memory, brightens the mind (due to the presence of caffeine, known as theine, which has a stimulating effect, but unlike caffeine contained in coffee, it does not work violently, but it stimulates for a long time. It reduces the risk of heart attack and atherosclerosis, reduces the risk of blood clots ( because the polyphenols contained in tea weaken the possibility of cholesterol accumulation.) Yunnan Green Tea lowers blood pressure (prevents the formation of deposits on the walls of blood vessels). Antiseptic action - tannins contained in green tea can fight viruses and bacteria - so it supports the treatment of infectious diseases (flu, colds, diarrhea, inflammation of the oral mucosa). Antioxidant, i.e. delaying the effects of aging (due to the presence of antioxidants). An infusion of Yunnan Green Tea promotes digestion and removes the feeling of an overfilled stomach, for example after a heavy meal (by stimulating the secretion of gastric juices). Strengthens teeth and protects against caries, refreshes breath (high content of fluoride in Yunnan Green Tea and antibacterial effects of polyphenols).
How to make a Yunnan Green Tea?
Put 1 teaspoon of Yunnan Green Tea into 200 ml of hot water (80-90 degrees Celsius), cover and leave for 3-5 minutes. You can add some sugar or honey.
Green tea is also used externally in many Asian countries. In China, conjunctivitis pain is often made from it in the case of conjunctivitis.