Tea is a beverage that is almost as old as humans themselves. In almost every culture, there is mention of tea. Some of these beverages are similar to each other while some are wildly dissimilar. Tea is every culture that defines the culture itself.
People tend to have a craving for tea as it is an everyday drink. Here is some popular tea drink (ชา ที่ นิยม ดื่ม, which is the term in Thai) in the world.
· White Tea:
White tea provides a rather delicate flavor as it contains less caffeine than black tea. It is the least processed tea made from the Camellia Sinensis plant.
· Green Tea:
Green tea also contains fewer amounts of caffeine than white tea and acts as an antioxidant. People drink tea (ดื่ม ชา, term in Thai) not just for taste but for health benefits too.
· Oolong Tea:
Oolong tea is less popular than its peers but contains the same amounts of caffeine and white and green tea. It is made for partially fermented tea leaves.
· Black Tea:
Black tea is the most popular and most popular form of tea available. It has higher caffeine content than its peers.
Benefits Of Drinking Tea
Tea is known to increase metabolism which helps in reducing weight and decreases the risk factor of many other diseases too. Research has shown that tea is beneficial for those with bowel disease and other inflammation-driven diseases.
Green tea can help in reducing diabetes-related complications. Research suggests that tea can improve insulin sensitivity and protect pancreatic cells from further damage. People who drink tea are at a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Drinking tea can boost memory and increase attention span. Tea is not just a way to satisfy your craving but also a way to satiate your thirst. Drinking tea is a good way to keep your body hydrates and tea has a high retention capacity which keeps the body hydrated for longer.
Green tea, which is a popular tea drink, makes your mouth smell good and it also reduces the chances of ulcers in your mouth. Tea is known to keep the gut clean by aiding bowel movement and the antioxidants in tea keep the gut healthy.
Some research suggests that drinking tea may even be beneficial in increasing fertility in males. These are some of the most fundamental benefits of drinking tea.