The benefits of tea
Tea has always been synonymous with wellbeing of the body and mind: a drink ideal for any time of day, which, with its ancient history, is the second most consumed drink in the world for a reason.
A cup of tea helps you live longer
Containing close to zero calories, tea provides a wide range of benefits that vary depending on the type and quantity consumed.
- It stimulates the nervous and cardiocirculatory systems
- It speeds up your metabolism and helps you to lose weight
- It dilates the bronchi and improves respiration
- It defends against free radicals and bad cholesterol
- It improves digestion and levels of intestinal flora
- It stimulates renal function and reduces sugar levels in the blood
The authentic taste of natural tea leaves
All types of tea come from one plant, the Camellia Sinensis, an evergreen shrub grown mainly in Asia. Its youngest leaves are picked, and, depending on the maturation and treatment they undergo, produce different varieties of tea: from healthy green tea, the richest in beneficial properties, to delicate white tea; from the popular black tea to the most distinctive blue or red teas.