Good tea is for you
What tea is good for winter?
Good tea is for you
Drinking tea is a culture that has been passed down in China. Many people prefer to drink tea for health in the winter. So what kind of tea is good for winter?
In fact, healthy tea drinking depends on your constitution to choose the tea that suits you, in order to play the perfect effect of tea.
Choosing suitable tea according to your physique contains hundreds of ingredients such as caffeine, tea polyphenols, and vitamins, which can regulate physiological functions and can play a variety of health and pharmacological functions.
It is believed that tea artist Li Wei, who has been working in tea for more than ten years, introduced that the temperature in winter is low, the days are short and the nights are long, human activity is relatively reduced, and appetite is increased.
Drinking tea can dispel cold and warm the stomach, enhance cold resistance, excite the central nervous system, and increase exercise capacity.
Thoroughly stimulate gastric secretion, help digestion, eliminate fatigue, and promote metabolism.
The health effects of different teas are also different. It is best to choose the tea that suits you according to your physique.
For ordinary people, drinking tea in winter should not be hot. For ordinary people, drink about 12 grams of tea a day, eat greasy food residues, and people who have a large amount of tobacco and alcohol can appropriately increase the amount of tea.
But drink as little tea as possible, and drink more tea will hurt your stomach.
With the popularity of kung fu tea, people drink tea “more and more hot”, which is very wrong.
People drink tea for health, but drinking hot tea will increase the incidence of cancers such as esophageal cancer, and it will pay more.
The best temperature for tea drinking should be about 60 degrees, not more than 70 degrees.
Winter tea should be hot or cold, it is best to maintain a certain amount of heat, because when the tea is hot, the aroma is full, after the cold, the aroma weakens, and because the tea soup is left for too long, it will also produce oxidation due to contact with the air, tastePoor.
For tea, the best choice is the purple sand tea.
Drink ginger and jujube tea in winter to drive cold and dryness. Ginger jujube tea is a hot drink recommended in winter, which is very suitable for those with cold stomach and spleen.
After cooking a proper amount of ginger and jujube slices every day, let it warm, add some honey, and drink a cup, which can effectively drive cold and dryness, and resist severe winter.
Chinese medicine believes that ginger has the effect of removing wind and dispersing cold, warming stomach and stopping vomiting.
Jujube has the effects of strengthening the spleen, nourishing blood and soothe the nerves. It can also resist oxidation and protect the liver. It is a common ingredient in home health care.
Honey has the effects of nourishing the lungs and relieving cough, and intestinal laxative. It contains a large amount of fructose and a variety of amino acids. Frequent use of honey can enhance the body’s self-immunity and prevent diseases.
What tea is good for winter?
Each of the three good teas has its benefits1.
Astragalus black tea raw materials: 15 grams of astragalus and 3 grams of black tea. Method: Put yellow spots in the pot, add appropriate amount of water and cook for about 15 minutes; add black tea, and cook with astragalus for about 5 minutes, then you can take tea soup.
Efficacy: Astragalus has the effects of nourishing qi and promoting yang, reconciling the spleen and stomach, moisturizing the lungs, and promoting body fluids, and can nourish qi and strengthen the stomach, and improve the state of physical weakness.
Black tea has the effects of nourishing the qi, reinforcing the heat, and warming the abdomen. Drinking it in winter can enhance the body’s cold resistance.
Rose Pu’er tea raw materials: 15 grams of roses, 3 grams of pu’er tea, appropriate amount of honey Method: Put pu’er tea into a tea cup, pour boiling water, and pour the first cup of tea after brewing;Boil in boiling water, wait for the water temperature to cool slightly, add an appropriate amount of honey and mix well.
Efficacy: Rose has many functions and effects. It can be brewed together with Pu’er tea and has many fragrances. It can also relieve the symptoms of chest tightness and irritability. It has a good effect on relieving tension and depression.
In addition, drinking Pu’er tea in winter also has a warming effect.
Ingredients of Chinese wolfberry and red jujube tea: 25 grams of red jujube, 20 grams of Chinese wolfberry, and appropriate amount of brown sugarfield.
Efficacy: Jujube has the effects of strengthening the spleen and stomach, nourishing the liver and nourishing blood, and is especially suitable for people with weak spleen and stomach in winter.
Jujube and wolfberry can be used together to nourish and tonify blood, treat physical deficiency, and enhance women’s physical fitness.