Tea Basic

Tea Plant

All teas come from the leaves of the plant Camellia sinensis. In general, the four varieties of the plant Camellia sinensis are cultivated commercially.

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Tea types

Green, black, and oolong are the three major types of tea, which represent 23%, 75%, and 2% of world tea consumption, respectively.

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Tea Processing

In terms of manufacturing processing, these teas are distinguished by their degrees of oxidation, known as fermentation in tea industry.

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Tea Flavonoids

Flavonoids are composed of a variety of health-promoting compounds and might have antioxidative, antimicrobial, and possibly anticarcinogenic, and cardioprotective effects.

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Tea Caffeine

Caffeine is a natural chemical found in such items as tea leaves and coffee beans.

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Tea Fluoride

The adult body contains less than one-tenth of one ounce (about 2.5 g) of fluoride. About 95% of the fluoride in the body is found in the bones and teeth.

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Drink Good Tea Everyday!