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White Tea’s Best Benefits Unveiled, Surprising!

The Best Benefits of the White Tea

Keeping our bodies healthy is not just a matter of what foods enter our bodies. It is also essential that we drink some healthy drinks just like the white tea.

White Tea

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Usually, when we think of healthy drinks, the first ones that would come into our minds are water, fruit juices, and teas. In the case of tea, there are really lots of health benefits that we can get from it.

There are lots of kinds of tea such including the green tea, the white tea, the Oolong tea, and the black tea. Every kind has its own benefits for the body.

In this article, we are going to discuss one of the not-widely-talked-about kind of tea, the white tea.

The white tea is a native in Asian countries – Sri Lanka, Eastern Nepal, India, China, and Eastern Thailand. Its scientific name is Camellia sinensis.

White Tea

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The white tea has its own types. There are five of them – the Silver Needle or the Bai Hao Yinzhen, the White Peony or the Bai Mu Dan, the Noble, Long Life Eyebrow or the Shou Mei, the Tribute Eyebrow or the Gong Mei, and the White Puerh Tea.

Aside from this kind of tea’s unique color, this kind of tea has lots of health benefits for the body.

Similar to the black tea and the green tea, this healthy drink is also a powerhouse of antioxidants that can help protect our bodies from free radicals which might cause damage.

It is also essential in reducing the risk of cancer as it contains different kinds of active catechins including the Epigallocatechin Gallate which are essential in fighting against the chronic condition.

White Tea

Photo lifted from Sipping Streams Tea Company

Unlike the other teas, the white tea’s taste is peculiar as it is sweet thus making it easier for somebody to include it in the diet as it won’t hurt the taste buds. Its sweet taste is due to the fact that its theaflavin content is lower compared to other teas which taste bitter.

The theaflavin is a polyphenol which affects the astringency and bitterness of the drink.

The tea is also helpful in the treatment of acne, enhancement of hair health, reduction of inflammation, and improvement of the liver health.

With these benefits, the white tea indeed deserves a spot in our morning break.

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