Tea & Health

Assam, one of the largest tea producing region in the world. Because of its naturally high caffeine content, Assam tea is frequently take as breakfast tea. Tea having a malty flavour and rich, savoury aroma. Black teas like Assam contain laurel unique plant compounds, including the flavinn, the are biginn , catechins, which function as antioxidants in your body and may play a role in disease prevention.

Some health benefits of tea are as follows -
Studies has found that tea components especially caffeine and thiamine could improve the cognition function (all mental abilities, attention , memory, judgment, problem solving and decision making etc.)
Long- term consumption of green tea could be beneficial against high – fat induced obesity induced obesity and type II diabetes and reduce the risk of coronary disease .
Researcher Dr. Weisbyrger concludes from recant studies that mix or more cups of tea per day helps healthy aging. Tea can restore elasticity to the skin and tests house shown that it enhances memory
Tea is particularly good beverage choice for keeing one’s body well hydrated, due to its high water content

Tea History

The story of Assam tea is about being discovered by a Socttish Adventure, Robert Breuce, who noticed tea-like plants growing wild near Ranpure, nearly 1832, After that the first company that was set up for growing and making this tea was Assam tea company, started in the year 1839
The harvesting of Assam tea in gradually done twice each year- the first flush begins late March and goes on until late may and the second flush which is usually in June and make the famous “Tippy” tea. The tippy tea from the second flesh has a fuller body and a sweeter, therefore considered as superior to the first flush.
The Assam tea industry in one of the most enterprising tea producing region in the world. Tea estates in Assam collectedly produce clors to 507 million kg of tea every year, making the state of Assam the world’s largest tea growing region.
Assam’s climate in the best climate for tea plantation and in total Assam has more than 300 thousand hectors currently for tea cultivation in the region. A warm, humid climate with plenty of rainfall in suitable for tea cultivation

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