7 Health Benefits You Didn’t Know About Tea posted by Stanley Mburu on November 13 2020

Tea Is Not Just Delicious… It’s Good for You!

We are all constantly told that we should be cutting down on caffeine and coffee, in particular. But did you know that your regular cups of tea also come with their own incredible health benefits too?

And it’s not just green tea. Black tea can work its magic within your body – while you enjoy your favourite daily brew.

That’s the kind of news we like to read about!

All Tea Is Packed with Antioxidants

All types of tea come packed with natural antioxidants. And we all need these as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. Antioxidants help to decrease cell damage in the body and improve heart and overall health.


Green Tea Helps Improve Brain Function

As a natural source of caffeine, green tea helps to increase concentration and general efficiency of the brain. Alongside this, it contains the compound amino acid L-theanine. This element helps to reduce anxiety and increase dopamine in the brain which gives us a more stable brain function improvement than a quick coffee fix.


Regularly Drinking Tea Helps to Reduce Cholesterol

High cholesterol can lead to a build-up in the arteries which can then go on to lead to heart disease or even heart failure. And a huge proportion of the population suffers from elevated cholesterol at some point. Drinking tea on the regular is said to help to reduce this, which in turn leads to better heart health as well as improving on issues, such as obesity.


Green Tea Is SO Good for Your Skin

The antioxidants that you find in green tea are great to help with anti-ageing of the skin, helping you maintain a youthful complexion. Green tea also contains specific molecules that help to reduce oily skin, resulting in a smoother overall appearance. Green tea is also great for acne as it helps to get rid of blemishes and redness due to its wealth of anti-inflammatory properties.


Tea Helps with Gut Health

We need good bacteria in our gut to help it to function properly. But bad bacteria in the gut can lead to bowel and other diseases - as well as weight gain, obesity and other issues, such as IBS.

Drinking tea regularly is said to improve the growth of the good bacteria in your gut and put a halt on the bad bacteria. This is increased by the antimicrobial properties naturally found in tea.


Camomile Tea Helps to Reduce Menstrual Pains

Do you suffer from painful menstrual cramps each month? Did you know that a couple of cups of tea a day could help ease the aches?

Camomile tea contains natural anti-spasm properties. This means it can help with the monthly aches and pains women often suffer every month. Not only that, but it relaxes and calms the mind and body which makes it easier for you to relax and doze off into a peaceful sleep. Perfect, right?


Can Help Reduce Blood Pressure

High blood pressure can lead to anything from a stroke to a heart attack. There is lots of mixed research on the relation of tea and blood pressure but many studies have shown drinking black tea can help to reduce blood pressure when paired with a healthy lifestyle. And if it might help, why not enjoy a couple of extra cups each week, right!?

If you like the sound of all these many benefits – and who wouldn’t!? – then shop the latest Sultan Tea collections now and start enjoying authentic Moroccan blends from the best.

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