Black tea is made from the leaves of the "Camellia Sinensis" tea plant, this variant is made through the execution of the white, green and oolong varieties.
It is generally stronger in flavor and contains more caffeine than lighter oxidized tea.
After harvesting, the leaves are first balanced by blowing air over them.
After this, the leaves are oxidized under controlled temperature and humidity.
Then the leaves are dried to stop the oxidation process.
Black Tea Benefits:
-Black the risks of chronic diseases and promotion of general health.
-Black tea contains flavonoids, which are good for the heart. May lower the risk of heart disease.
-Black can lower 'bad' cholesterol.
-Black promotes gut and immune function.
-Reduction of systolic and diastolic pressure.
-Studies indicate that black tea reduces the risk of risk.
-Insulin is a hormone that is released when you eat sugar. Black tea is a healthy unsweetened drink that can help your body use insulin better and lower blood sugar levels.
-Black tea contains polyphenols, which can help fight cancer cells in the body. Although drinking black tea will not cure cancer, it can inhibit the development of cancer cells.
-Black tea can help you improve your concentration because it contains caffeine and the amino acid L-theanine. The amino acid powers the alpha activity in the brain, which contributes to increased concentration and alertness.
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