How organic tea is beneficial for our health?

How organic tea is beneficial for our health?

What Makes Tea Organic?

Today, tea is grown all over the world, and different countries have different standards for what qualifies as organic. However, organic tea cultivation focuses on the use of naturally occurring minerals and nutrients to promote growth, along with the use of natural methods to eliminate any harmful insects and weeds that may affect healthy crop growth. Choosing an organically grown tea means it has not been exposed to any toxic soil conditions or heavy metals. Choosing an organic tea is advisable to protect yourself against the risk of ingesting any harmful pesticide residues.

Types of Organic Tea

There are basically four different types of tea; black, green, white, and oolong. All of which come from a single plant species known as Camellia sinensis, which is native to East Asia. The unique environments in which the tea is grown determines its flavor, as well as how the tea is harvested, processed, and selected for blending.

  • Black tea is known for its energizing properties and bold flavor and is the preferred choice for many who appreciate its ability to substitute for a morning beverage such as coffee. Black tea is also a great way to add flavor to marinades and can be used as a spice to add a different flavor profile to various food dishes.
  • Green tea is known for its healing properties and used by many to ease tension and stress, as well as aid in weight loss.
  • Oolong tea is a semi-oxidized Chinese tea that is a favorite to serve with Asian cuisine.
  • White tea is touted for its gentle, delicate flavor and refreshing qualities.

Benefits of Organic Tea

There are many benefits to choosing an organic product when drinking tea. As stated above, when a tea is grown and processed organically, it is free of harmful chemicals, heavy metals, and other toxins that could be detrimental on your system. Organic tea helps maintain a healthy balance of good bacteria in your digestive system and boosts your antioxidant level. Research shows antioxidants can help our bodies stay healthy as we age, protecting against such age-related illnesses as Alzheimer's. If you're concerned with keeping fit, tea is a great way to enjoy a calorie free drink with a meal, snack, or by itself.

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