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Health Benefits from Chinese Tea (Part Two)

Shaanxi Peng Xiang Tea Corp., Ltd | Updated: May 20, 2017

As we all know that the tea and coffee are most popular two kinds drinks all over the world. Drinking tea becoming more and more popular in recent years, so more and more people focus on the health benefits of drinking green tea and black tea. Today, we would like to share the function about Healthy Bones,  Lower Risk of Diabetes , Stress Relief, and Better Immune System, Healthy Digestive Tract, Increased Energy and Increased Energy from Chinese tea.

Below are 7 others health benefits of having a cup or two of Han Jia Black Tea on a regular basis, though it should be noted that it is recommended that Black Tea should be consumed without any additives like milk or sugar to truly harness its benefits:

5. Healthy Bones

 It has also been suggested that regular tea drinkers have stronger bones and lower probability of developing arthritis due to the phytochemicals found in tea.

6. Lower Risk of Diabetes

 Based on a research study conducted of elderly people living in the Mediterranean islands it was discovered that people that had been consuming black tea on a long-term basis on a moderate level (i.e 1-2 cups a day) had a 70% lower chance of having or developing type 2 diabetes.

7. Stress Relief

We all are aware and well experienced about the calming and relaxing benefits of black tea. Not only does it help slow you down after a long day, studies show that the amino acid L-theanine found in black tea can help you relax and concentrate better. Black tea has also been shown to reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol when consumed in moderate amounts on a regular basis.

8. Better Immune System.

 Black tea contains alkylamine antigens that help boost our immune response. In addition it also contains tannins that have the ability to fight viruses and hence keep us protected from influenza, stomach flu and other such commonly found viruses in our everyday lives.

9. Healthy Digestive Tract.

In addition to improving your immune system, tannins also have a therapeutic effect on gastric and intestinal illnesses and also help decrease digestive activity.


10) Increased Energy.

Unlike other drinks that have a relatively higher caffeine content, the low amounts found in tea can help enhance blood flow to the brain without over-stimulating the heart. It also stimulates the metabolism and respiratory system, as well as the heart and the kidneys.


11) Happiness Factor.

If a perfect cup of tea makes you smile and lets your heart indulge a little, then what could possibly be the harm?