pu erh tea cake
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pu erh (pronounced ‘poo air ‘)
Brand Name: Bama
Net weight: 357g
Category: raw pu erh tea cake
Production license number: SC11453282200550
Factory Name: Xishuangbanna Bohai Shenyi Tea Co., Ltd.
Address: Menghai County Industrial Park
Ingredients: Yunnan Da Yeh (‘broad leaf’) Saiqing (Sun Dried)
Store-method: cool, dry place, away from temperature fluctuations and odors, such as those from the kitchen, as tea absorbs odors and this will affect the flavor of the tea.
Expiration date: The longer the storage, the better the tea gets just like the red wine.
Packing type: conventional cotton paper packaging
Origin: Mainland China
Province: Yunnan Province
City: Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture
pu erh tea benefits
pu erh tea weight loss
It helps your body burning fat, particularly in the stomach. For this reason, it is important to drink pu-erh tea about one hour after a meal rather than before.
pu erh tea lowering cholesterol
There is interest in using pu-erh tea for lowering cholesterol because, unlike other teas, it contains small amounts of a chemical called lovastatin. Lovastatin is a prescription medicine used for lowering cholesterol. Investigators think that bacteria that sometimes contaminate pu-erh tea may somehow make the lovastatin in the course of their normal life cycle. Animal research suggests that pu-erh tea might lower certain blood fats called triglycerides as well as total and “bad” low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. It might also raise “good” high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol.
pu erh tea side effects
Raw tea can mainly clean the intestines, have lipid-lowering, refreshing, antihypertensive and weight loss effects. It is suitable for young people. However, there are many active ingredients in raw tea, so those who are prone to insomnia, those with colds, those with stomach ulcers, and pregnant women should not drink.
Pu-erh tea contains caffeine, although not as much caffeine as other teas. We would not recommend drinking before bed time. Pregnant and nursing women should not consume the tea.
How to brew pu erh tea
In principle, brewing Pu erh tea should choose soft water, such as pure water, mineral water, etc., and tap water that meets drinking water standards. If you can find excellent spring water, it is better. Good mountain spring water must meet the six elements of “clear, light, sweet, live, clean and lie”. Clear is clear and transparent, light is the surface tension of water. Gan is sweet and delicious, live is living water rather than stagnant water, clean is clean and pollution-free, and lie is cold. When brewing tea, it is necessary to master the water temperature. The water temperature has a great influence on the aroma and taste of the tea soup. Pu’er tea is required to be brewed with boiling water of 100 °C.
The amount of tea can be determined according to individual tastes. Generally, 3-5 grams of tea and 150 milliliters of water are suitable. The ratio of tea to water is between 1:50 and 1:30 to make the tea more pure. It is necessary to wash the tea, that is, the boiling water that is washed down for the first time is immediately poured out. The tea can be washed 1-2 times, and the speed is fast, so as not to affect the taste of the tea soup. When the brew is officially brewed, the tea soup can be poured into the fair cup in about 1 minute, and the bottom of the leaf continues to brew. As the number of brewing increases, the brewing time can be gradually extended, gradually increasing from 1 minute to several minutes. The tea soup soaked out is well balanced.