Green Tea

Green tea is manufactured without getting the tea leaves in the fermentation process. These tea leaves are procured from the tea-plant known Camellia Sinensis. These tea leaves have been traditionally used in China, Japan and other Asian countries. Commercial plantations of this plant produce tea annually there are different varieties - green tea and white tea.

Green tea leaves have enriched flavonoids, polyphenols and catechins that function as anti-oxidants. These constituents can decrease the activity of free radicals in our body. They can protect cells and molecules from free radical damage. Epi Gallo Catechin Gallate (EGCG) effects have been studied and salient features of green tea are due to this constituent.

It offers protection against lung cancer and some other types of cancers. It has fluoride that protects teeth. This may prevent development of type 1 diabetes. Liver disorders can be prevented with limited consumption. It can improve heart health. When the body gets the flavonoids from the natural source, it is easily absorbed to give protection against pollutants.

Green Tea Caffeine

Caffeine content will be kept at least when you brew the green tea as per the instruction given by the manufacturer. When green tea is boiled for more time, the caffeine content seems to increase. Always drink the fresh green tea at medium heat. In case of iced tea, you will get fewer nutrients because of the dilution. Adding milk is also not good as milk interferes with action of the antioxidants.

How To Brew Green Tea For Best Benefits

Add boiling water and steep them in the tea-pot for 5 minutes. First infusion will be high in caffeine and the second infusion will not have the aroma and flavor of the tea. It is better to choose second infusion. When you add lemon to the green tea, you can enhance the properties of green tea. Tea can hinder the iron absorption from vegetables and fruits especially. You can add lemon to freshly brewed tea to support iron absorption. Using milk or drinking tea between meals will tackle this problem.

Streptococcus mutans is harmful bacteria in the mouth. Catechin in green tea can inhibit the growth of these bacteria. It lowers risk of caries and improves dental health and reduces bad breadth. Antioxidant capability can protect LDL cholesterol. Antioxidants safely interact with free radicals reducing oxidative stress leads to heart disease. It can help to reduce your weight and can be helpful in fighting against obesity.

Green Tea Health Benefits

It helps to restrain the oxidation of Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. The constituents in leaves increase High Density Lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol and improve artery function. This tea has been used in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine to control bleeding, aid digestion, heal wounds, improve heart and mental health and regulation of body temperature. Green tea increases body metabolism and fat burning. Tea increase energy expenditure by 4%. Fat oxidation improved up to 17% so that fat storage is restricted.

This tea constituent not only increases your brain function but also help in preventing neuro degenerative conditions arising due to old age. Catechin compounds have been found to protect neurons and lower the risk of Parkinsons and Alzheimer conditions that are in the increase in western countries. It can reduce the risk of type II diabetes by regulation of insulin secretion.

Why Our Organic Green Tea is Superior?

Organicveda procures tea leaves from our organic plantations in eco friendly Western Ghats, India. We also procure tea leaves from local community farmers through fair trade practices. We exercise strict quality control during manufacture to retain the nutrient values of this tea. Tea manufacture is carried at our hygienic modern facilities and we manage everything to make sure high quality products. Our products are certified on Indian Organic European Union and USDA standards. You can buy them in bulk quantities and become our distributor.