Tea began as a medicine and grew into a beverage. Green tea particularly has many great health benefits that other things don't have. Keep reading to hear more about those, and if you want to experience them for yourself, try our Wild Kamairicha.
Tea is high in catechins and tannins, which help reinforce healthy teeth. Green tea specifically also contains high antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties due to the way it is roasted or pan fried or steamed, which can help fight off various cancers, reduce blood clotting, and improve skin health. It also contains flavonoids which improve heart health while lowering blood pressure. These flavanoids also lower triglycerides and total cholesterol. Certain strains of green tea, including Wild Kamairicha, contain l-theanine, an amino acid that reduces anxiety and increases alertness and attention.
As always, Teavern must provide the disclaimer that we are not a doctor and all information provided is educational. However, this information comes from Penn Medicine, a reputable source with deep research with regard to the health and benefits of tea. Not all teas are this healthy, and the source also offers avoiding detox branded teas as they are often filled with additives and may have laxative or otherwise non-beneficial health impacts.