Types of tea and its benefits and damages

Types of tea and its benefits and damages


Tea is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world in general and in the Arab countries in particular.
this is because of its cheap price and the speed of processing compared to other beverages as it does not take a few minutes to process
The name of the tea is originally due to a Chinese name given by the Chinese to the tree, leaves and drink that is made of it.
The tea tree is characterized by its spear leaves and contains many important elements and vitamins for the human body and antioxidants and minerals
It is worth mentioning that the origin of the tea belongs to China and has been moved from China to India, Japan, Russia and other countries to spread around the world




Herbal Tea


Scientific studies have shown that it increases the feeling of relaxation and greatly helps in fat burning.
Especially it consists of a group of rose leaves and dried fruits and is added to it some natural herbs


Black Tea


The origin of black tea is due to the leaves of the camellia plant and is prepared by winding, fermenting, condensing and grinding the leaves of camellia.


It is the most widespread of all types of tea in the world because it contains antioxidants that help lower cholesterol levels and reduce stroke.


Black Chinese Tea


This type is very tasty and not much different in its preparation than black tea but the fermentation process is a little less than black
One of the benefits of black Chinese tea is that it activates the enzymes responsible for fat tweelip.
It burns calories and breaks up fat cells in the human body.


White Tea


It is characterized by mild taste but sometimes leads to insomnia and contains antibodies to the body
Reduces cholesterol in the blood and helps protect against cancer and reduce heart disease


Flavored Tea


It is considered one of the mildest types, especially in taste
This is because it consists of jasmine, cinnamon, lavender and orange and can be combined with different teas


Mermetea tea, known as red tea.


It is characterized by the lack of caffeine and contains a lot of antioxidants and vitamins
It has several benefits including that it strengthens teeth and bones and increases the freshness of the skin and moisture and increases the body’s immune system


Green Tea


Which is the second most widespread tea in the world
Green tea is produced from drying green tea leaves without adding any other materials to it.
Therefore, its leaves maintain its color even after drying and retain its medicinal properties, which increase its value.
Protects against heart disease, reduces cholesterol and helps slim
China is considered a country of green tea.


Yellow Tea


Yellow tea is produced in China and resembles green tea until it passes through a phase called the zeroing or yellowing phase.


Especially since after the whistling his leaves are wrapped in pieces of cloth until it has a precise oxidation for the second time and then dry some of them slowly on the coals


It is aromatic and fragrant and does not cause the muscles of the stomach and blood vessels to contract
It is considered one of the most expensive teas


White Tea


It’s called white tea because it’s made from small buds for the tea plant, which is still covered with white bristles.
And the oxidative rate is small because it only results from exposure to air
It is considered the least or the lightest flavor of tea but its composition is more complex and more reported and may be tasted fruits or flowers



Benefits of tea

Benefits of tea
Benefits of tea

That’s because it contains many antioxidants that work on



    • Reducing the chances of ischemic heart disease



    • Reducing coronary artery disease




Scientific studies have shown that human consumption of 9 grams of black tea leads to a significant reduction in the incidence of cardiovascular diseases


Works to fight cancer


Scientific studies have shown that eating black tea reduces certain types of cancer.


According to a study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, increased intake of flavonoids in black tea is associated with a lower risk of prostate cancer, in its advanced stages.


and has the ability to stop the growth of cancer cells in the ovary in a proper way,


This is good, because traditional anti-cancer drugs kill cancer cells and healthy.


Helps reduce the risk of diabetes


Studies have shown that drinking at least 3 cups of black tea or coffee a day reduces the incidence of type 2 diabetes by 42%, so it is recommended to put it in the diabetic diet.


reduces stroke


Helps relieve stomach upset


Doctors recommend it to those with stomach upset and diarrhea because of tannins, which have a holding effect on the lining of the intestines, which can help calm inflammation.


For the desired benefit, it is best not to drink it with calcium-containing foods because it reduces its absorption in the body.


Lower cholesterol


There are two types of cholesterol in the body:



    • High-density lipoprotein (HDL): Good for the body, because it transfers cholesterol from cells to the liver.


    • Low-density lipoprotein (LDL): Is considered “bad”, because it transmits cholesterol to cells throughout the body, and can lead to leakage inside the inner walls of blood vessels, which causes complications such as heart failure and stroke.



After some scientific studies it was found that tea may help reduce ldl cholesterol by 11%, and reduce the likelihood of heart disease and obesity.


Tea is useful in the treatment of hepatitis C, especially if taken with drug therapy.



Helps maintain blood pressure levels


It lowers systolic and diastolic blood pressure, thus reducing the risk of kidney failure, vision loss and heart attacks.


So he recommends drinking it every day.


Lowers stress hormones


It increases energy and concentration after drinking as it is a balanced source of caffeine, which acts as a stress reliever, and can help relieve the stresses of everyday life by reducing the level of cortisone.


Theanine also increases the activity of alpha cells in the brain, leading to better relaxation and concentration.


Tea fights tooth decay


It is enriched with fluoride resistant to tooth decay as well as the presence of holding materials that eliminate teeth from harmful bacteria.



Quick to prepare and easy to use


You can prepare it quickly by following the following steps


Boil the water well.


Use the tea bags and put them on the cup


If using tea leaves, use 2-3 grams of tea leaves per 600 mg of water in a strainer.


Let the tea soak in water for 3-5 minutes, depending on your taste preferences, and for a stronger tea, use more sharp tea leaves for a long period of time.


After soaking, remove the tea leaves or tea bag from the water and enjoy.



Tea damage


Eating large amounts of tea daily may lead to kidney stones and bladder
Because of the high level of oxidity concentrated in it.
Caffeine is very high and caffeine is known to act as an anesthetic and many of its intake can lead to addiction, causing sleep disorders, frequent diuretics and dehydration.
Taking it on a daily basis leads to anemia or what is known as animia because it prevents the absorption of iron in the body
too much to eat leads to difficulty breathing and increased chest pain
And increasing the caffeine levels can hurt the heart.
Benefits of green tea


Reduces heart disease


scientific studies have shown that consuming three cups a day of green tea reduces the risk of coronary artery disease
Maintains cholesterol levels
Reduces the risk of ovarian cancer
Studies have shown that green tea and its ingredients are instrumental in reducing ovarian cancer.
Helps lose weight


Damage green tea

Green Tea
Green Tea

Because it contains a large percentage of caffeine may lead to increased drinking, headache, neurological problems, sleep problems, vomiting, irritability and arrhythmia, so it is recommended to eat it in balanced amounts and not to eat too much


Doctors warn against taking it in the following cases


Where the percentage of caffeine in it controls sugar levels and sometimes increases its percentage


People with heart problems.
that’s because increased caffeine levels can lead to arrhythmias
High blood pressure.
That’s because the caffeine in the tea can cause high blood pressure.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Patients
Liver patients
Green tea has been associated with cirrhosis.
Bone fragility patients
Because green tea increases the amount of calcium that comes out through the urine so it is recommended to reduce its use for osteoporosis patients and can compensate for the calcium lost by supplements containing calcium


warns to eat green tea with some treatments and medications such as




Where our question the pill works to reduce the speed of analysis and absorption of caffeine the body so when caffeine conflicts with the pill causes some diseases and side effects of tea




Estrogen is scientifically known to reduce the speed of the body’s analysis of caffeine so it is advised not to drink green tea with estrogen pills


asthma medications


This is because of caffeine, which stimulates the heart, which leads to heart problems.


depression medications


studies have shown that green tea can stimulate certain antidepressant medications such as phenyplain


It is always recommended not to eat tea with its various types before bed due to the presence of a percentage of caffeine that prevents sleep and causes insomnia and causes sleep disorders as it is recommended not to eat it immediately after meals because it prevents the absorption of iron



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