Why Tava Tea
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Don’t confuse this with the green tea you find on the shelves of your local supermarket
Yes Tava Tea Wellness Blend is actually tea, but the comparisons with your usual shop bought green tea brands ends right there.
Sencha, Oolong and Puerh are types of tea just like Darjeeling and Earl grey.
But Tava Tea is an unique blend between organically grown Sencha, Oolong and Puerh species and is not found anywhere else.
The fact is, these varieties of tea contain a vast array of powerful nutrients and have been used for health and healing in China for over 5000 years.
THIS is a dual combination of the two most powerful blends of teas in the world.
Organically grown and using only the finest, most powerful leaves, makes this blend ultra powerful, for both weight loss and healing.
Oolong (also known as Wu Long) and Puerh teas have been used for over five thousand years in China for their health promoting properties. But even these varieties can vary in quality, power and effectiveness.
Tava Tea uses organically grown , whole Sencha, Wuyi Cliff Oolong and Puerh tealeaves of the best grade possible, packed into high quality pyramid teabags.
Our Oolong for instance, is the Cliff variant, which is one of the most treasured and expensive of the Wuyi family.
This means you’ll actually experience all the benefits of this unique and powerful tea blend.
Wu-Long tea has been praised as the most powerful natural weight loss aid on the market. It’s gaining credibility more and more each day with the accolades pouring in from Hollywood stars like Oprah Winfrey and Rachael Ray.
This ancient Chinese tea has been used for thousands of years to increase energy and fight obesity in China and Japan. But now we’ve combined it with two other ultra powerful and effective teas, Sencha and Puerh.
This blend of these three mighty teas is unique and not available elsewhere.
Let’s have a look at them…
Oolong (Wu Long)
All tea comes from a plant called Camellia Sinensis.
Over time, the plant formed chemical compounds known as polyphenols to protect itself from photosynthetic stressors. Polyphenols, which include flavonoids, are antioxidants which protect against free radicals.
All tea is green when picked but the difference in green tea and Wu Long tea is the processing.
Green tea is heated to stop the leaf from oxidation. When they’re dried, green tea leaves are rolled to break the cell structure.
Wu Long tea leaves on the other hand, are plucked then kept in carefully controlled conditions where they are allowed to oxidize. The leaves are not broken, so most of the cell structure remains intact.
It’s these processing differences that make each tea beneficially different from each other, even though they come from the same plant.
The active ingredients in Wu-Long tea that are responsible for producing the many health benefits is a compound group called polyphenol, which is reported to activate the enzyme that is responsible for dissolving triglyceride.
It has been confirmed that the continuous intake of Wu-Long tea contributes to enhancing the function of fat metabolism and to controlling obesity.
A Department of Dentistry at Japan’s Osaka University study showed that regular drinking of oolong tea, strengthens teeth and helps prevent tooth decay by inhibiting the build-up of plaque.
According to a study published in Antioxidants & Redox Signaling, test subjects who consumed wu long were found to have stronger immune systems and a reduced risk for infections.
Researchers from Japan’s Shiga University of Medical Science found that drinking wu long each day helps to clear up skin problems within one month.
Eczema – Japanese researchers reported that patients with a form of eczema improved after drinking a litre of wu long tea daily.
“Wu Long tea is effective in lowering the plasma glucose levels of subjects who have type 2 diabetes and who take oral amihyperglycemic agents. Wu Longtea, in conjunction with antihyperglycemic agents, was more effective in lowering plasma glucose than were the drugs alone.”
Diabetes Care, June 2003
A large leaf tea variety or Dayeh, Pu’erh is grown and picked throughout the year. (Many other teas require a dormant season.)
Pu-erh tea is named after Puerh city in the Yunnan province which was once the main trading centre for teas made in the area. Pu’erh tastes like black tea, but it falls into a category of its own.
One of the most significant things about this tea is that it gets better over time. That’s because it is picked, processed and partially fired to retain moisture. Then while slightly moist, the tea is piled and left to age in special rooms or caves.
The aged teas this technique creates can be found in vintages just like wine. Some of them date back more than 50 years.