White Tea Review

 

White tea is the less processed and most raw form of tea. In order to make this tea only the buds and leaves of the tea-plant camellia sinensis are used. It has been used in Eastern medicine for centuries and, to this day, is still used in Asia for traditional medicine. In the West, White Tea is becoming increasingly popular.

White tea is also a main ingredient in Kou Tea, ccontributing to this rich blend with all its beneficial properties.

The benefits of drinking White Tea and Kou Tea regularly as are follows:

Keeps teeth and gums healthy

This tea contains small quantities of fluoride. This helps the teeth and gums to stay strong and healthy. It helps with killing the bacteria that causes plaque, tooth decay and bad breath.

Antiviral  and Antibacterial properties

Among the white tea benefits we can find it is efficient at killing bacteria and viruses. The antioxidants help the organisms fight disease.

Helps Lower blood pressure

Another one of the many white tea benefits is by lowering blood pressure. White tea has been proven to be a blood thinner in order to improve artery function. This property helps in preventing strokes and heart related diseases.

Contributes to preventing cancer

The flavonoids present in white tea have the ability to act against cancer-causing cells in the organism. White tea helps inhibit the growth of cancer cells and prevents new ones from developing. It has no health risks and the effects are similar to those yielded by prescription drugs that have plenty of unwanted side-effects.

Lowers Cholesterol in the body

By lowering cholesterol levels, white tea helps reduce the risk of blood flow blockages, thus reducing the risk of heart disease related to cholesterol. It prevents the hardening of the arteries and protects the heart from stress caused by blocked arteries.

Full of antioxidants

The greatest concentration of antioxidants of any beverage can be found in White tea. This is because the pant is as unprocessed as can be, letting the natural antioxidants of the tea enter the body in the purest form, acting to protect the organism from free radicals.

 

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  1. pinkiebag says:

    Hi, thanks for this fascinating overview about white tea. A great read,Chloe.
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