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Health Benefits of Jasmine Tea

Jasmine tea is made by mixing leaves of the tea plant with jasmine blossoms. Jasmine tea is usually made out of green tea or pouchong tea, but it can also be made of black tea or white tea. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the effectiveness of the scenting.

Jasmine tea is made by mixing leaves of the tea plant with jasmine blossoms. Jasmine tea is frequently made out of green tea or pouchong tea, but it can also be made of black tea or white tea. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the effectiveness of the scenting.

Jasmine tea has many benefits because of its content. It is used as a herbal remedy for numerous ailments. It contains antioxidants which destroy free radicals, thence slowing the aging process and lowering ones risk of developing cancer. It reduces bad cholesterol and can help in the prevention of heart attacks.

Jasmine tea fights bacteria and viruses that can cause dysentery, influenza, and cholera. It can stop the growth of bad bacteria and strengthen good bacteria. Gargling with the tea can help protect against colds.

Other health benefits consist decreasing body fat (by burning calories), boosting the immune system, lowering blood pressure, and preventing tooth decay (when used as a mouthwash).

How to prepare jasmine tea:

Heat some fresh water just up to it reaches the boiling point. Let the water cool to about 90°C. Pour a little hot water into a small pot, and rinse it out. Add a heaping teaspoon of tea leaves for every cup to the pot. Pour the hot water over the tea leaves. After about a minute, when the smell of jasmine fills the air, the tea is ready for drinking. The same tea leaves can be used for about four infusions.

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  1. I love Jasmine tea. Drink it all the time – just for the taste.

    But please, where is the evidence for anything you have said in this article?

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