Tea is the name of a plant and a drink made from this plant. Tea is a Chinese word used in China and northern India and has almost the same pronunciation in the Persian language.
Tea drink by brewing leaves, buds or shoots The tea plant Camellia sinensis is made in hot water for several minutes. Its processing can include oxidation, heating, drying and adding plants, flowers, seasonings and other fruits to it.
Tea is a natural source of caffeine, theophylline, titanium and antioxidants, but it's almost nonfat, carbohydrates, or protein. It has a delicious flavor that is a bit bitter and bitter.
Tea Therapeutic Properties:
- Prevention, symptom relief and accelerated recovery of the cold and flu
- Disinfectant and prevent bad breath
- Preventing and reducing the effects of type 2 diabetes
- maintain the balance of water and electrolytes of the body
- Fatigue and stress relief
- Prevention and healing of pain of arthritis
- Reduce the symptoms of allergenic substances
Reduce symptoms of Parkinson's Disease
- Improve immune function and slow down the spread of HIV infection in the body
- Prevention of osteoporosis
Slowing down the aging process
- Prevent blood clots and fat deposits in blood vessels
- Improve brain function and increase alertness
- Blood purification and blood pressure control and cholesterol
- Increased metabolism and help reduce weight
- Increase the immune system
- Removing stains and acne from the skin
- anti-inflammatory effects
Important: Do not make the tea very hot. There are reasons why eating very hot liquids may damage the throat and trachea and may lead to