We've all heard of the benefits that tea has to our health but may not know them in detail. It´s ease to open a bottle and drink tea without having to prepare it, that´s why the population is starting to use more and more this method. But what they don´t know is that bottled tea is not as healthy as natural tea because it loses a lot of polyphenols (a type of antioxidant) that improves cardiovascular health, reduces tumor growth, cholesterol, aging, urine infections and more.
But natural tea not only has numerous health benefits, it also have beauty benefits. This is the reason why it is the second most consumed beverage in the world after water.
There are different types of teas and each one is used to enhance a part of the body.
This drink has even extraordinary healing qualities that the Chinese population already knew 3,000 years ago. In the market you can find plenty of natural tea lines like Long Jing, Yin Zhen Tea, Clipper or Physique.
According to Asti Alexandria, an Ayurvedic practitioner who lived in Asia, she was observing for long periods of time the behavior of their partners. They ate junk food every day but never got fat. She noticed that they drank tea all the everyday, one in the morning and another at night. Asti was struggling with the problem of over weight but when she try this method she lost 40 pounds in a few months. So she decided to create a tea line, Physique Tea. Because tea comes from China, she uses Chinese internal herbalists.
The four most common types of tea in the world are black, green, red, and white.
Each ingredient benefits a body part, for example:
- Black pepper: Improves digestion
- Ginger: Help with stomach problems
- Lotus Leaf: Reduces menstrual bleeding and fever
- Pineapple: is anti-inflammatory
- Melon: Increases the immune system and improves skin
So it is important to combine them to get the most benefit possible
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