Green Tea

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Green tea comes from Chine. It was familiar even before 4000 years. It is regularly used in China, Japan and many other countries of Asia. In green tea leaves that are minimally oxidized are used for production. Beside the east, green tea has experienced a real expansion in the West. Today it is in use as tea for pleasure, but also for losing weight, even for cosmetic products. Some drink it as a replacement for coffee. >

Today green tea is grown in several countries, so there are differences in quality, because of different types and production conditions. So, we have Chinese green tea, Japanese green tea, Ceylon green tea, Georgian green tea, etc.

Healing properties of green tea

In last couple of years science researches are actual, to determine usefulness of green tea. It was determined that green tea is useful for losing weight. Not directly, but indirectly green tea has a role in the process of losing weight. Green tea has the capability to heat up the organism and to melt deposits of fat. It contains caffeine, flavonoid and polyphelos which in this case has a active role. We can say that green tea is a good anti oxidant and that it speeds up the metabolism. Since it is a good anti onxidant, it is useful for slowing down the aging process. Scientist have discovered that with regular consumption of green tea you reduce the risk of heart disease and some types of cancer. Some feel that green tea is responsible for the fact that Chinese, Japanese and Korean get sick from various types of cancer lot less. These people regularly drink .

Green tea is useful for lowering bad cholesterol.

Green tea, because of its caffeine content, it wakes the man up, and returns his energy. In some way it is an energy drink. If you look at the composition of today’s energy drinks, you will surely notice that they contain a high content of caffeine. Green had the same many years ago. Green tea should not be used by those that suffer from insomnia, epilepsy, allergy to caffeine and anemia. How to make green tea

Real green tea is unpackaged, and not in filter bags. Although there are certain different green teas, you can say that for 2dl of water use one spoon of green tea. Unlike some other teas, green tea leaves are shortly kept in water, only a couple minutes. So, pour hot water in a cup of 2dl, and then on top place a sifter in which you put 1 spoon of green tea. After 2-3 minutes raise the sifter and the tea is done. Some add lemon and honey to tea, but green tea is enough and tasty all by itself, without any additives.