Organic Jasmine Green Tea

Green Tea has its roots in China, where it was first used during the Wang Dynasty. Green Tea is prepared with the leaves of Camellia Sinensis, which undergoes minimal oxidation during its processing. Green tea is now becoming very popular in the west where black tea was the undoubted leader in the tea market. There are a variety of green teas which are grown and this is mainly because of the different environmental conditions wherein they are grown. Green tea is of great medicinal value. It has been proved that the regular consumption of green tea would result in the reduction in the chances of heart attacks. Green tea also has a wonderful property which helps in weight loss and a higher metabolic rate. Green tea also helps one find relief against the common pains such as headaches, as well as freedom from depression and an all in all boost of energy.

Organic tea means that the tea is free from any type of chemical fertilizers, insecticides, pesticides etc, and thus it is available in its purest and unadulterated form. Organic teas are also certified after they are run through a series of tests and experiments. Jasmine Organic Green Tea also finds its origin in China. Jasmine tea is one of the many flavored teas. It is prepared by first drying the tea leaves and jasmine petals are smoked together with the tea leaves until the tea leaves absorb the fragrance of the jasmine petals. Then these petals are put in along with the tea leaves and packed together. Jasmine Green Tea has a very delicate and sweet flavor.

Jasmine Tea also shows a lot of medicinal value. The consumption of jasmine tea, on a regular basis helps in weight loss. Jasmine tea is also a very good antioxidant. Jasmine tea also provides immense relief from headaches, abdominal cramps and spasms. This tea also reduces the chances of heart attacks and also some types of cancer. Tea also gives a boost of immense energy and freedom from depression and tension. This is because of the content of caffeine in tea. Science says that the presence of caffeine in tea and its consumption in excess can pose great danger to the human body, especially for those women who are expecting. It is believed that there are high chances of interference of the fetus, lowering birth weight etc. Thus presence of caffeine has been a very delicate issue,