Tea Infusions are generally accepted in the usual diet and they are one of the most recognized for their healthy properties.
Green tea in particular and we tell you all about this drink that can help you lose weight.
Since Chinese medicine green tea is considered a healthy drink highly recommended to care for and protect the body, because among its properties stand out its antioxidant power, because it contains a high concentration of catechins and polyphenols, in proportions even higher than black tea or Oolong tea. Continue reading “8 Amazing Green Tea to lose weight like crazy.”
Jasmine Oolong Tea is produced by melting Oolong Green Tea with the fragrance of jasmine flowers.
To this particular tea are added jasmine flowers, which stand out for their characteristic aroma and for providing a relaxing fine distinction to this infusion.
Its taste is subtly sweet and is the most enjoyed aromatic tea in China.
Jasmine Tea is one of the most enjoyable green teas available today.
It is considered of good manners to serve jasmine tea as a gesture of welcome to guests.
The proportions between the leaves and the jasmine flowers used, or the use of more or less young leaves, are also often varied.
Both flowers and leaves are left to dry in a warm room and after rolling, cut into strands, mixed with base tea (usually green), presented in tea bags or in “pearls”. Continue reading “Jasmine Oolong Tea.”
Do you know that you can help your body burn fat completely naturally?
There are some teas and infusions that can help speed up metabolism, eliminate toxins and liquids from your body, improve the functioning of the digestive system and the organs that form it – especially the liver – and enhance the burning of accumulated fat in the body.
Dragon Well Tea( Longjing ) is China’s national pride.
Because of its exceptional properties, flavor, and aroma, this tea is recognized as the country’s main green tea.
The name “The Dragon Well” is associated with different historical and folkloric descriptions, but is usually associated with the behavior of tea leaves in the water, which, by their movement resemble a dragon.