Green tea is a delicious refreshing drink, which is loved not only in the East. Its been a very long time used as a cure for various ailments. But as it turns out, green tea can harm the body. Green tea: the benefits and harms — the topic of this article.
Green tea is very popular among lovers of this drink, because it contains a number of nutrients that are beneficial to the human body . The composition of green tea includes a large number of trace elements, organic compounds and almost all vitamins. Because of this green tea is very useful.
The composition of green tea contains theine, which gives cheerfulness .
Theine is the same caffeine present in coffee. In tea caffeine present in pure form, and bound together with tannin, so it is called theine. The action of theine akin to caffeine, only it is much softer because longer absorbed into the bloodstream. Theine helps to tidal forces, stimulates mental and physical activity. Theine strengthens the heart muscle; good effect on the overall condition of blood vessels Continue reading
The birthplace of green tea, according to many researchers, is China. In culture it was introduced in II-III centuries A. D. In Russia green tea appeared in 1638 to Four pounds outlandish dried sheet was brought from Mongolia as a gift from Altyn-Khan Russian Tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich Ambassador Vasily Starkov. In 1679, an agreement was signed with China for the supply of tea, and since then Russia has become a tradition the custom of drinking tea. In 1833 the first tea plantation was established in the Crimea, and in 1847 – near Batumi. The Republic of Belarus tea imports.
The tea plant in the world is cultivated for its leaves. And collect only the young, only blossoming. The most valuable young shoots with 2-3 leaves and unopened buds.
Green tea contains Continue reading