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Tea and Health

Tea has been traditionally enjoyed as a relaxing beverage and has been a majorly traded commodity between the Eastern and the Western civilizations for many centuries. In recent years numerous studies have been conducted by research organisations, such as the National Tea Research Foundation, and a world of health secrets is being gradually unfolded.

Today Tea is associated with remedial benefits for diseases, such as Cardiac ailments, Cancer, Gastric disorder etc. Scientific research reveals that tea is a rich source of antioxidants; green tea being particularly high in cetachin and black tea being abundant in theaflavin and thearubigin. This is why doctors recommend tea as a part of a healthy diet and lifestyle.

For more information visit Tea Board of India