Most popular best loose leaf black tea bulk buy online for sale with health benefits for weight loss, skin, diabetes type 2, blood sugar. Chinese Hunan anhua Ten fu’s dark tea.
Brand Name: ten fu’s tea
Product: chinese black tea
Production license number: SC10735062300082
Product standard number: Q/ZZTF 0022S
Shelf life: 720 days
Net content: 150g
Origin: Anhua, Hunan Province, China
Production date: 2018-12-31 to 2018-12-31
Black teas are among the most popular teas and there is a great variety to choose from ranging from blended and flavored teabags to handmade, artisan, loose-leaf teas. Anhua dark tea has a rich cultural background in the long tea history and typically referred to as Fu Brick (伏砖), Hei Brick (黑砖, literally as Black Brick) and Hua Brick (花砖, Bricks with decorative patterns)
The most widely known variety in the West, Black Tea comes from leaves that are oxidized, or fermented. It is a classic choice first thing in the morning, or for an afternoon high tea.
black tea for weight loss
Researchers from the University of California report that black tea could produce healthy gut bacteria and even boost your metabolism. And black tea polyphenols inhibit weight gain.
black tea for skin
The anti-oxidant, anti-ageing and anti-inflammatory properties present in tea helps keep your skin healthy and glowing. Black tea contain caffeine and are super-rich in catechins and polyphenols, two antioxidants that are known to fight acne and ageing.
black tea and diabetes type 2
A brand new study published in the journal BMJ Open found that countries with a high black tea consumption also had the lowest rates of type 2 diabetes.A new study from Framingham State finds potentially positive effects of black tea on the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Black tea were shown to increase insulin activity.
How to Brew Black Teas
1. Boil the water. For best flavor, bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to a boil (212℉).
2. Preheat your vessels with boiling water, then discard the water.
3. Add tea. Measure your tea leaves. Place your leaves in the teapot and pour 8-10 ounces of water directly over the leaves. Pour your water on to the tea to help ‘agitate’ the leaves.
4. Brew. Leave the tea to infuse and let nature weave her little magic spell!
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