Thursday, 24 March 2016

Best weight loss tea

Oolong Tea


They say drink several cups of oolong tea a day, because it might be the best kind of tea for improving your health and is also a delicious and relaxing treat. If you want to loose wight then try this tea because it is one of the best tea for weight loss, people with skin conditions should have few cups a day to get healthy skin, healthy bones is another great benefit also it controls diabetes and works like anti-cancer and improves mental performance and health, these are the benefits of this tea. Oolong Tea is a natural gift that is rich in antioxidants. It also contains vital vitamins and minerals such as calcium, manganese, copper, carotin, selenium, and potassium, as well as Vitamin A, B, C, E and K. Additionally, it contains folic acid, niacin amide and other detoxifying alkaloids.
It is believed that daily consumption of oolong tea can reduce obesity and very effective in controlling the metabolism of fat in the body. It activates certain enzymes, thereby enhancing the functions of fat cells in the body. According to scientific experiments, patients diagnosed with eczema can benefit from drinking 3 cups of oolong tea throughout the day. 


The antioxidants present in oolong tea protect teeth against decay, strengthen the bone structure, prevent osteoporosis, and promote normal, healthy growth of the human body, oolong tea is used as an herbal brew for treating type-2 diabetic disorders and as an addition to other supplementary drugs for treating that disease, it is well-known fact that tea drinkers have a lower risk of getting skin cancer, oolong tea include improved mental performance and alertness. In a detailed study conducted at the Osaka Institute for Health Care Science in Japan, the experimental mice that ingested oolong tea showed a remarkable improvement in their stress levels by 10 to 18 %. The health benefits of oolong tea are basically doubled because of the combined qualities of black tea and green tea. According to the Tea Association of the United States, oolong tea falls somewhere between green and black teas, as its leaves are only partially oxidized.


The manufacture of oolong tea is intricate because some of the basic steps involved in its making are repeated many times before the desired amount of bruising and browning of the leaves is achieved. Withering, rolling, shaping, and firing are similar to black tea, but much more attention to timing and temperature is necessary. One last step, baking or roasting, is exclusive to oolong tea and is referred to as the real art in making this tea. The earliest records of oolong tea can be traced back to Qing dynasty (1644 to 1911) written by Yi Chaoqun, Tea cake went out of fashion in Ming dynasty as the emperors turned towards loose tea So Beiyuan switched production. Their loose tea was glossy and dark - it was called Black Dragon tea.


Ingredients:


1: Oolong tea 30g

2: Green cardamom 2

3: Cloves 2

4: Cinnamon stick 3 cm

5: Water 1lt

6: Honey as per taste

Method:


Crush the cinnamon stick, green cardamom and clove into mortar and pestle, mix the crushed ingredients with green tea leaves.
Boil the water and let it cool for 4 minutes, pour it over the mixture of green tea and mixture. 
Let it steep for three to five minutes, and then pour it through a sieve.
Serve the hot oolonga tea in cups and sweeten to taste with honey.