The health benefits of drinking tea cannot be over-emphasized as it is also known for detoxifying and boosting the immune system amongst other health benefits. That said, we would focus principally on the effect tea on our health and general well-being
There are lots of varying factors that can be responsible for health damage. All of it narrows down to the fact that an unhealthy mind could translate into an unhealthy body. It is very important to keep a healthy mind and maintain a positive attitude because not doing so could gradually lead into health degradation. Out of many others, confusion, lack of confidence and guilt are negative behaviors that can affect the mind and health altogether. Harboring these negative behaviors is consequential and could result into weight gain, bad skin, tiredness, and little or no productivity.
These negative behaviors could also enhance fatigue which in turn affects the cognitive function of a person, hence loss of productivity as a result. Most often than not, affected persons will develop eating disorders which will eventually lead them into gaining weight. Once they gain weight, they feel less of themselves, feel guilty, think of their problems once more, are unable to fall asleep, and then; the cycle continues.
TEA AND ITS BENEFITS
Each type of tea has its own benefits depending on its constituents. According to research, some tea types may help with even more serious health conditions
Teas are mostly classified into four main groups because of the way the basic constituent material, called Camellia Sinensis is processed. These groups are white, green, Oolong and black teas and they have increasing degrees of oxidation in that order during their processing. These oxidation level also account for their group colors.
Tea is very beneficial and there is no known adverse effect. Here are a few health benefits of drinking tea
Our Tea Master Raymond travels extensively every year to source artisinal teas from China, Taiwan and Japan. From Uji-cha to Fukuoka Gyokuro (Japanese teas) to the old Pu'er trees in Yunnan, Longjin sourced from Zhejiang province (Chinese teas) or high-mountain Taiwanese tea.
Raymond knows his tea intimately and he shares his knowledge generously.