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Health from Black Tea

Shaanxi Peng Xiang Tea Corp., Ltd | Updated: Jun 28, 2017

The health benefits of black tea include beneficial impacts for high cholesterol, diarrhea, tooth decay, low-concentration levels, digestive problems, poor blood circulation, high blood pressure, and asthma. It is one of the most popular teas known to man, and is well known for its medicinal qualities and health benefits.

The various health benefits of black tea have been widely accepted and embraced all over the world. Tea is one of the most beloved drinks or beverages in the world. Tea grows from the plant named Camellia Sinensis. Most countries prefer it to green tea. The difference between black tea and green or white tea is the way that it is processed.

During the processing stage, black tea is fermented and oxidized, which gives it the unique color, flavor, and health benefits that are so widely known. On the other hand, green tea and white tea are not fermented.


Nutritional Value of Black Tea

If you enjoy the flavor of black tea, you also have a choice to consume it in a variety of ways. Chinese people add sweetening agents, spices, chocolate, or even rare herbs while brewing black tea. In India, milk and sugar is normally added to it.

Some people also add various herbs including ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, lemongrass, mulethi, or holy basil (tulsi).


Plain black tea is rich in antioxidants known as polyphenols and also has minimal contents of sodium,proteins, and carbohydrates. According to Boston’s School of Medicine, it reverses the abnormal functioning of blood vessels, which may lead to strokes and other cardiovascular conditions.