Jasmine Green Tea

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Every cup of Jasmine Green Tea, hot or cold, is relaxing, sweet, and fragrant. Jasmine tea first gained popularity in China during the Ming Dynasty where it was used for traditional Chinese medicine. Jasmine contains very little caffeine. 

What is Green Tea?

It surprises many people new to tea to learn that green tea and black tea originate from the same exact plant species—Camellia sinensis. It’s ultimately the variety of tea plant and how the tea leaves are processed that defines how green tea becomes “green” and black tea becomes “black”. Green tea, also known as unoxidized tea, is made solely from the leaves of the camellia sinensis plant. The leaves are plucked, slightly withered, then immediately cooked to preserve the green quality and prevent oxidization (a process that black tea goes though). As a result of these methods, green teas have a much higher concentration of chlorophyll, polyphenols, and antioxidants than other tea types. A brewed green tea is typically green, yellow or light brown in color. 

Benefits of Jasmine Green Tea:

  • Jasmine contains Theophylline which is a bronchodilator drug that is taken to open up the airways in the lungs and therefore relieves the symptoms of asthma, such as wheezing, coughing and breathlessness
  • reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease 
  • helps to prevents many types of cancer: lung, colon, esophagus, mouth, stomach, small intestine, kidney, pancreas, and mammary glands [33]
  • promotes good of oral health
  • helps body weight control- 
  • helps lower cholesterol 
  • anti-bacterial 
  • anti-inflammatory 
  • anti-arthritic 

 

For More Information:

“The inhibitory effect of jasmine green tea epicatechin isomers on Cu+2-mediated oxidation was also characterized by protecting docosahexaenoic, arachidonic, α-linolenic, and linoleic acid in LDL against oxidative degradation. We conclude that, in addition to their hypocholesterolemic effect, jasmine tea epicatechin isomers may serve as a source of natural antioxidative agents in human diet.” Inhibitory effect of jasmine green tea

“Green tea is a ‘non-fermented’ tea, and contains more catechins, than black tea or oolong tea. Catechins are in vitro and in vivo strong antioxidants. In addition, its content of certain minerals and vitamins increases the antioxidant potential of this type of tea…Recent human studies suggest that green tea may contribute to a reduction in the risk of cardiovascular disease and some forms of cancer, as well as to the promotion of oral health and other physiological functions such as anti-hypertensive effect, body weight control, antibacterial and antivirasic activity, solar ultraviolet protection, bone mineral density increase, anti-fibrotic properties, and neuroprotective power.” Beneficial effects of green tea–a review.

“Green tea contains a unique set of catechins that possess biological activity in antioxidant, anti-angiogenesis, and antiproliferative assays potentially relevant to the prevention and treatment of various forms of cancer…Synergistic properties of green tea extracts with other sources of polyphenolic constituents are increasingly recognized as being potentially important to the medicinal benefits of black and green teas.” Medicinal Benefits of Green Tea: Part I. Review of Noncancer Health Benefits

“The major components of interest are the polyphenols which are responsible for the antioxidant and other health benefits of green tea. The major polyphenols in green tea are flavonoids. The four major flavonoids in green tea are the catechins, epicatechin (EC), epigallocatechin (EGC), epicatechin gallate (ECG) and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). Epigallocatechin gallate is viewed as the most significant active component… There is also a wide range of uses for green tea in diabetes, exercise enhancement, inflammatory bowel disease, skin disorders, hair loss, weight loss and iron overload.” Green tea: Health benefits

“Caffeine, theanine, theaflavins, theobromine, theophylline, and phenolic acids are found in green tea.3 In vitro, animal, and human studies suggest that the polyphenols in green tea are potent antioxidants with antimutagenic, antidiabetic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and hypocholesterolemic properties.” Green Tea: Potential Health Benefits

Preparation Steps

Brewing your tea doesn’t have to be hard; follow these steps for the perfect cup of tea.

1 tsp. per 8 oz
8oz
170-185F
3-4 min

Related Resource:

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021967306017195

General health, inflammation, immunity, cardiovascular, digestive

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