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Tea: Why is it so Healthy?

Most of us know that tea is a natural beverage that does not contain artificial coloring, flavoring, or preservatives. Tea is also free of cholesterol and calories. We have all heard through the media, friends, family, etc. that drinking tea is food for us and may help keep us healthy.  So, what exactly is in this tiny leaf that makes tea such a healthy beverage?

According to the U.K. daily requirements percentages, 3.5 cups of tea contain the following nutrients: 10% Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)

                                      25% Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

                                      6% Vitamin B6

                                      10-25% Vitamin C (Black Tea 10%; Green Tea 25%)

                                      10% Folic Acid

                                      45% Magnesium

                                      45% Potassium

                                      16% Calcium

                                      10% Zinc

                                      45% Natural Fluoride

Additional components of the tea leaf are carotene, flavinoids, catachin, polyphenols, derived tannins, theaflavins, thearubigins, caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine.

OK, here is a list of vitamins and minerals that the tea leaf contains. Let’s look at each one individually and see how it is important in helping us maintain a healthy body.

Tea helps boost metabolism because it contains Vitamins B1 (Thiamine) and B2 (Riboflavin.)  These B vitamins are also found in eggs and nuts. They are necessary for converting food into energy the body can burn. Riboflavin also helps the body metabolize proteins.  Insufficient store of B vitamins has been linked to strokes.

Vitamin B6 helps the body maintain steady blood sugar levels. This is the reason individuals with Type II diabetes are drinking black tea.

We all know that citrus contains Vitamin C, but so does tea. This vitamin is necessary for iron absorption, the formation of collagen, and boosting the body’s natural immune system. Black tea contains 10% of Vitamin C, while green tea contains 25%. A special note on iron absorption; heme iron comes from meat products and is absorbed by the body. Non-heme iron is found in vegetables like spinach and kale. Tea, as well as green leafy vegetables has oxylates that block the absorption of iron.  To assist the body in the absorption of non-heme iron from tea and those healthy green leafy vegetables, simply eat a couple of strawberries, slices of orange, or mango if you are having tea with a meal or snack.

Folic Acid is essential to the body’s ability to for healthy cellular division, normal fetal development and the manufacturing of blood. The body replaces all of its cells every nine months. One of the keys to preventing cancer is to have healthy cellular division. Errant cells can cause cancer cells.

Magnesium is the mineral that stabilizes the heart, calms the nerves, and regulates the heart beat. Persons who take medication for an irregular heart beat may want to consider consuming tea.

Potassium regulates bodily fluids and prevents dehydration. Persons taking diuretics may want to drink tea and don’t forget to eat a banana or two. How does a cup of tea and a slice of banana bread sound?

We all know that calcium builds strong bones and prevents osteoporosis. Adding one teaspoon of milk to a cup of tea provides 25% of the calcium necessary under the RDA.

Zinc is the healing mineral. This mineral is part of our enzymes that helps our bodies metabolize protein, carbohydrates, and alcohol. Zinc also aids in building bones and healing wounds.

Tea is the only natural source of fluoride for humans. We already know that fluoride strengthens tooth enamel and decreases mouth bacteria. Tea makes a great mouthwash since it inhibits the growth of E. coli and Streptococcus.

Carotene is the vegetable form of Vitamin A (Vitamin A is only found in animal protein.) and is necessary for healthy eyes and skin. Carotene is a powerful antioxidant that has been established in inhibiting the growth of many pre-cancerous tumors.

Tea has been linked to lowering cholesterol and increasing the blood levels of HDL (good cholesterol.) Two substances contained in tea leaves is nicotinic acid (niacin) and pantothenic acid (vitamin B6.) Niacin is a form of Vitamin B3 found in tea that is sometimes used in the treatment of high cholesterol. Pantothenic acid or vitamin B6 breaks down carbohydrates, fats, and proteins from food and converts them into compounds the body can use. This vitamin also produces enzymes and helps maintain precise communication between the central nervous system and the brain. These are also the nutrients found in tea that helps speed up the body’s metabolism through the break down of fat.

Flavinoids are compounds found in plants and vegetables such as: apples, cranberries, grapes, kiwi, grapefruit, red wine, black and green tea. Catechin is the flavinoid compound in tea that has highly effective antioxidant properties.

EGCG (epicallocatechin-3-gallate) is the major catechin found in green tea. This is the most powerful antioxidant we know. It has been proven to be extremely effective in fighting prostate, esophageal, stomach, and mouth cancers.

Now, let’s put together all these different vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in the tea leaf with how they help keep us healthy and possibly cancer free. Our environment contains highly reactive oxygen chains known as free radicals. These free radicals exist in ultra violet rays, artificial dyes, additives, pollution, etc. They attach to our cells and penetrate our DNA (deoxyribonucleic Acid) where they alter the replication of the cell. We all know that DNA is the genetic encoding material present in every cell in our bodies. Mis-replication of DNA causes wrinkles in our skin and the production of pre-cancerous tumors.  Once free radicals (wild oxygen chains) penetrate our cells and bond with our DNA, new cells are formed. These new cells continue to replicate and if left alone will form a colony of errant cells or a pre-cancerous tumor. Antioxidants bond with free radicals to neutralize them before they can begin making a cancerous chain of cells. Green tea has the most powerful antioxidant (EGCG) that is known to man.  Enjoying a few cups of tea a day makes a wonderful part of a healthy lifestyle.


culture and knowage of chinese tea

Types of Tea

All tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant. What makes each tea different is the way it has been processed.  Tea can be placed into 6 groups based on the amount of processing that goes into the final product.

Black Tea This tea goes through the most processing.  Once the leaves are picked they are left out in the sun to become slightly wilted.  The leaves are then rolled to break open their tissue.  The inner chemicals react with the air and begin to ferment.  During the fermentation, the leaves darken and change from green to red and finally to black.  After the fermenting is complete, the leaves are dried and then packaged. 

China Blacks Tea has been a staple in China and Taiwan for more than 2000 years. In Chinese society there are historical, legendary and religious connotations associated with tea. The best known China black tea is Keemun with its rich aroma and complex taste. Keemun if stored properly will keep for many years.

Yunnan has a very distinctive appearance. The leaf is very tippy with more than half of the leaf being a light tan color blending into black. This tea has a full bodied taste with subtle sweetness.

Scented teas from China should not be confused with flavored teas that get their taste from flavoring oils, waters, and crystals. These teas are scented using Jasmine flowers, rose petals, and lichee fruit.

Green Tea Green tea is from the same plant as (Camellia sinensis.) as all other teas. After the tea leaves are plucked and sorted, they are either steamed or pan fired. Green tea does not go through the oxidation (fermentation) process. Green tea does have less caffeine than black tea. The leaves are often rolled into different shapes before drying.  Sencha tea is rolled into fine strands, while gunpowder tea leaves are rolled into pellets.  Many Chinese green teas are painstakingly shaped and tied. Once the leaves are shaped, they are dried and packaged. Green tea also has HGCG; the most powerful antioxidant known. This can only be found in green tea.

Oolong Tea Oolong tea, like black tea goes through a withering stage (wilting).  The difference is the oolong tea, goes through a shorter stage and the leaves are fired directly after that to prevent continued oxidation (fermentation.)  The leaves can range from being almost black to dark green depending on when oxidation is stopped.  The longer the leaves are oxidized the closer to black tea they will become. Formosa Oolong is an Amber Oolong with a rich amber cup that is a little toasty tasting.) Se Chung leaves are not allowed to oxidize as long, so the leaves have a dark green appearance and produce a light yellow cup with hints of sweetness.

White Tea White tea is the least processed tea.  The leaves are picked early in the year while the tiny white hairs are still visible on the leaves and the bud is still closed. Only the top leaf and a bud are picked from the plant. The leaves are then allowed to dry in the sun; they are not steamed or pan fired like green tea. If mechanical drying is required for a white tea, they are baked. This produces a light cup usually a very pale yellow with a light and lightly sweet taste.


*China Top 10 Famous Teas

1)      Xihu Longjing -- Green Tea

2)      Dongting Biluochun -- Green Tea

3)      Xinyang Maojian --Green Tea

4)      Junshan Yinzhen --Yellow Tea

5)      Huangshan Maofeng -- Green Tea

6)      Lushan Yunwu -- Green Tea

7)       Wuyi Yancha -- Oolong Tea

8)       Liuan Guapian -- Green Tea

9)       Anxi Tieguanyin--Oolong Tea

10)      Qimen Hongcha--black tea


Pu'er Tea

Pu'er Tea, which named after the area Pu’er where this kind of tea centralized and marketed rose up in the Eastern Han Dynasty, turned into commercial in the Tang Dynasty, began to be popular in the Sing Dynasty, as finalized in the Ming Dynasty and prospered in Qing Dynasty with a history of thousand of years. Pu'er Tea is hot and famous both home and abroad all the time all lies its habitat of high elevation and foggy growing environment. It is a kind of pollution-free tea in nature, mellow in taste and can steep for a long time; Moreover, the unique manufacture, transportation, packaging of Pu'er Tea made it become a unique second fermenting tea, thus has formed the unique crusted fragrance and the health care function.

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