According to traditional Chinese medicine, people should drink tea according to their physical fitness as well as choose the right tea in different seasons of a year. It ensures a cosy warm feeling of well-being during the cold season. Each kind of tea has its respective features and different teas have different effects on our body. Here is a guide to the different teas and its benefits for the winter season.
Quench your thirst with Oolong Tea
Oolong tea is a semi-fermented tea, which is between green & black tea. With a fragrance of green teas and the natural fragrance of flowers, the oolong tea also has the mellow taste of black tea. Oolong tea’s effects are neither hot nor cold, the warmth in the tea helps embellish skin, nourish throat, prevent thirst and wash away heat from your body therefore helps to adapt to the natural climatic changes.
In the winters, due to the dry air and cracking lips your thirst increases . Oolong helps hydrate your body and quench your thirst. It also is good for protein and fat decomposition which can prevent liver fat accumulation. Oolong also helps in loosing weight.
Reduce internal heat with Green Tea
Winters and the holiday season is about parties, eating greasy & spicy food, drinking alcohol that tends to heat up your internal system causing health problems. Green tea helps relieve these symptoms. Green tea not fermented, and therefore has a cold effect and accelerates healing stomach issues, in digestion, and prevents hardening of the arteries.
Prevent the flu with Black Tea
Black tea is an ideal drink in winter. With pleasant sweetness and temperateness, it contains rich protein to help digestion while nourishing and strengthening our body. Black tea contains abundant protein and sugar, with heat to warm belly, which can enhance the body’s ability to coldness, still it can help digest and have fat gone. In some places in China, some also have a habit of pouring sugar, milk, sesame into the black tea, so that it can get the stomach warm, as well as adding nutrition and strengthening physical health.
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