Jasmine Tea

Jasmine tea began its journey to becoming the most famous scented tea in the World during China's Ming dynasty (1368-1644). Jasmine tea is made by infusing tea leaves with jasmine flower blossoms and can be made on a green, black, oolong, and white tea base. 

Jasmine tea. China Jasmine. The Tea Time Shop

The taste of jasmine tea can vary depending on which tea is used as its base. Jasmine green tea is the most popular and most consumed in the World. It is also the favorite tea of Chinese leaders. 

Jasmine tea can help you loss weight. A study revealed that the antioxidant properties in jasmine tea help to increase your metabolism. This makes your exercise more effective and helps your body burn fat quicker. 

Jasmine Tea. China Jasmine Tea. The Tea Time Shop

One of the best benefits of jasmine tea is the high level of antioxidants it contains. Depending on which type of tea is used as a base, different antioxidant properties can be accessed. If it's on a black tea base it has a higher level of theaflavins and if on a green tea base it has a higher level of catechins.

Jasmine tea may help in reducing pain and minor swelling and inflammation of your joints by inhibiting unwanted cellular oxygenation. It is also known as a holistic medicine because it can reduce chronic discomfort associated with joint pain and arthritis.  

Studies have shown that the aroma of jasmine can be very beneficial in improving mood. The smell of jasmine has a parasympathetic response to the brain while releasing chemicals that allows you to naturally relax and improves your mood.

Jasmine Tea. Jasmine. The Tea Time ShopTreat yourself to a relaxing cup jasmine tea.

Peace, Love & Tea


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