Filled with rich anti-oxidant properties, Green tea contains a unique combination of wellness, goodness and can work wonders for your health.

 What is Green Tea?

Green tea is made from the Camellia sinensis plant. Green tea is prepared by steaming and pan-frying these leaves and then drying them. Other teas such as black tea and oolong tea involve processes in which the leaves are fermented (black tea) or partially fermented (oolong tea). As a result, green tea retains the maximum amount of antioxidants and poly-phenols the substances that give green tea its many benefits. Green tea is one of the healthiest beverages on the planet. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. Although this tea originated in China, it is now widely produced in almost every tea growing region of the world.


Benefits of Green Tea

The useful parts of green tea are the leaf bud, leaf, and stem. Green tea is best known for its health benefits and usage stemming from the ancient Chinese dynasties. Green tea has been used as a medicine for thousands of years, originating in China but widely used throughout Asia.


Green Tea Useful


For Weight Loss

Green tea increases the metabolism and helps in reducing weight. The polyphenol found in green tea works to intensify levels of fat oxidation and the rate at which your body turns food into calories.

For Diabetes 

Green tea apparently helps regulate glucose levels slowing the rise of blood sugar after eating.

For Heart Disease

Green tea works on the lining of blood vessels, helping keep them stay relaxed and better able to withstand changes in blood pressure.

For Cholesterol

Green tea reduces bad cholesterol in the blood and improves the ratio of good cholesterol to bad cholesterol.

For Tooth Decay

Studies suggest that the chemical antioxidant “catechin” in tea can destroy bacteria and viruses that cause throat infections, dental caries and other dental conditions

For Blood Pressure

Regular consumption of green tea is thought to reduce the risk of high blood pressure.

 For Depression

Theanine is an amino acid naturally found in tea leaves. It is this substance that is thought to provide relaxing effects.   

For Anti-viral and Anti-bacterial

Green Tea catechins are strong antibacterial and antiviral agents which make inhibit the spread of many diseases.

  For Skincare

Green tea can apparently also help with wrinkles and the signs of ageing, This is because of their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities.


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Types of Flavoured Green Tea

1. Basil (TULSI) Herbal Tea, plays a significant part in the rich tradition of Indian Ayurvedic and herbal remedies. Every drop of this delightful brew heals you from deep within. Its aroma transports you to a serene green valley far, far away. It has also been linked to cut down stress, strengthen immunity, boost stamina and aid better digestion and metabolism. 

2. Fennel Herbal Tea, Filled with wonderful flavour and mesmerizing aroma, this brew is pure delight, served in a cup. Fennel tea has been used for a variety of purposes such as a dieting agent, a muscle enhancer, and treats kidney stones.

3. Jasmine Pure Assam Tea is flavoured with the essence of jasmine flower. The subtle yet intoxicating floral notes from jasmine are well balanced with the fresh flavours of green tea in this delicate, floral brew. Tea helps in regulating blood pressure and relieving stress. 

4. Lemongrass Herbal Tea is the perfect choice for the health-conscious tea lover. It yields a brew with a fresh fragrance and a mellow and mild flavour which has subtle notes of the lemongrass herb running through it.

5. Mint Pure Assam Tea has all the essential refreshing flavor and aroma to brighten your day. Filled with rich anti-oxidant properties, this tea contains a unique combination of wellness and goodness.


Make Your Green Tea:

1. Boil water in a kettle or pan on the stove till it bubbles. Avoid using already-boiled or diffused water.

2. Add 1 teaspoon of tea (or teabag) per cup into a teapot

3. After boiling, let the water now rest for a few minutes till the temperature drops.

4. Now pour the water into the teapot and close the lid

5. Steep for 1-2 minutes (the longer you brew, the stronger the taste)

6. Higher-quality green teas are generally steeped cooler and shorter, and typically for multiple times (2-3 times).

7. Add lemon to green tea, and drink without milk. The Vitamin C of the lemon will make the healthy catechins easier to absorb. Milk, on the other hand, makes it harder to absorb catechins.