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The best benefits that Chinese tea contains

Chinese tea, or Chinese black tea, is the names of a type of tea. It has its origin in the Chinese camellia plant, but each type differs from the other in the way it is manufactured. As Chinese tea is considered semi-fermented, and it is partially oxidized, noting that oxidation is what changes the color of tea leaves from green to black. It remains in an intermediate degree between red tea that is completely oxidized to turn black, and green tea that does not oxidize significantly, and this chemical reaction occurs because the tea leaves contain certain enzymes, and Chinese tea also contains a mixture of theaflavins and simple non-oxidizing polyphenols compounds, It should be noted that it represents only 2% of teas in the world, while it is more popular than others in Taiwan.

Benefits of Chinese tea:

 Promote mindfulness and mindfulness:

 As drinking Chinese tea throughout the day maintains alertness and improves mental performance, because it contains caffeine, and in a study published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology in 2000, it was found in a study published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology in 2000, that consuming caffeinated drinks frequently can maintain the cognitive and psychomotor performance of a person. Throughout the day, it appeared when 30 healthy people consumed drinks of equal volume; Either from tea - 37.5 or 75 milligrams of caffeine per cup to two cups of it - or from coffee - 75 or 150 milligrams of caffeine for the same amount - or water, and that is at four different times during the day, but it should be noted that these drinks It negatively affects the ability to sleep, its timing, and its quality, depending on the dose consumed.

Reducing the risk of ovarian cancer:

Where the magazine "Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention" published a preliminary study in 2002, conducted between 1999-2000, on 254 cases of epithelial ovarian cancer and 652 non-infected women, and the results showed that the increase in the number of times tea consumption, and the duration of drinking it, It is associated with the possibility of reducing the risk of ovarian cancer, and this was more evident for green tea than others, and more studies are still needed to confirm this effect of both Chinese tea and red tea.

Improvement of cases of people with dermatitis or eczema:

The Archives of Dermatology published a preliminary study in 2001 on 181 patients with atopic dermatitis known as eczema, and they were asked to continue using their skin treatment, in addition to drinking Chinese tea three times a day after meals, for a period of six months, and the positive effect appeared after The first or second week of the study, and a slight improvement was observed in 74 of the participants after the first month of their use of Chinese tea, and the good response continued in 64 people after the end of the study period. That is, after 6 months, and it should be noted that the properties that reduce sensitivity to polyphenols present in Chinese tea may be responsible for this effect.

Reducing high blood pressure:

 Where it was found in some research conducted on people of Chinese origin, that drinking a cup or two of Chinese tea; That is equivalent to 120-599 milliliters of tea, it can reduce high blood pressure, and drinking more of it is likely to reduce the risk of developing high blood pressure further, but it is worth noting that the caffeine in Chinese tea can increase pressure Blood in people with high blood pressure, but those who drink it regularly or consume other caffeinated beverages may not experience this effect.

 Reducing the risk of osteoporosis:

 In 2002, the journal Archives of Internal Medicine published a study in which information was collected from 497 men and 540 women, aged thirty years and over, about tea consumption habits and their lifestyle, despite the fact that drinking tea in general has a beneficial effect on the bone mineral density of Adults involved in all the bones of the body, hip areas, and lumbar vertebrae, and this was especially evident among those who drank tea for more than 10 years, by consuming it in moderation for a long time, better than those who drank large quantities of it for a short period, but it did not show any difference. In bone mineral density among people who drink Chinese or green tea, compared with those who drink red tea.