Healing Properties of Tea

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Since ancient times in folk medicine green tea is used to mitigate diseases of tooth gum. He was also admired for its efficiency with a sore throat, detoxification of the body, tired eyes, bags under the eyes, headaches and so on. Many cosmetic companies has recently added green tea to their products just because green tea is very good protector against inflammatory processes caused by UVB radiation. Green tea extract also promotes oxidation of fat and is therefore considered as important ally in the fight against obesity. Numerous studies have pointed to the positive effects of the consumption of black tea such as lowering cholesterol, reducing the risk of blood clots and improving the function of blood vessels. Tea is rich in antioxidants and flavonoids and increases elasticity of the blood vessels, which leads to a better blood flow. It is recommended as a remedy for digestion problems or for nausea. Caffeine in tea, in contrast to that of the coffee, does not adversely affect the heart and circulatory system, but on the contrary enhances blood flow and metabolism in the brain. Caffeine in tea acts refreshing and the end results are improved mood and decreased fatigue and drowsiness.


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