Tea is actually the most consumed beverage worldwide after water. We love black tea for its refreshing, comforting, full-bodied taste.
Black tea is made from the leaves of a bush called Camellia sinensis. A process called oxidation turns the leaves from green to a dark brownish-black color. Oxidation means the leaves are exposed to moist, oxygen-rich air.
Tea manufacturers can control the amount of oxidation.
Most important that Black tea is a fully oxidized tea and Green tea comes from the same plant, but is not oxidized.
Black tea is rarely mentioned in the context of tea’s health benefits. It is packed with a multitude of physical, mental, and emotional benefits.
Black Tea Benefits
Here are some of the reasons why richly fragrant black tea is a healthful, delicious tea choice.
- An excellent source of antioxidants.
- Enhance skin- health and beauty.
- Healthy heart by sipping black tea.
- Healthy brain function in later life.
- Enjoy black tea to support healthy blood sugar levels
- Relax muscle soreness after workout/exercise.
- Maintain – a healthy weight.
So far, black tea benefits proven by science are quite impressive, including boosting heart health, decreasing diabetes risk, fighting cancer and lowering stress, just to name a few. Increasing evidence hints that the antioxidants in black tea may reduce clogged arteries, especially in women. It may also help lower the risk of heart attack and cardiovascular disease.
How To Make Black Tea
To make a cup of black tea you need a cup of water, a full spoon of sugar and tea leaf.
Boil water in a kettle or pan for 2 min with sugar, after 2 min add some tea leaf then boil for 2 min. Now your black tea is ready to serve.
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