White Tea News
White Tea became revered during China’s Song Dynasty (960-1279AD), where it became the choice of drink within the royal court and was given as tribute to the emperor. In fact, one Song Emperor, Hui Zong (1101-1125AD), became so obsessed with finding the perfect tea that he lost much of his empire.
White Tea is still growing in popularity across western markets but with recent studies establishing its incredible health benefits. It is expected that white tea’s consumption will rise rapidly over the course of the next few years.
The improvement of a number of ailments have been credited to the frequent consumption of white tea including the reduced risk of cardiovascular disorder and poor oral health.
It also contains high levels of nutrients and antimicrobial qualities that protect the body against the occurrence of diseases. Furthermore, White Tea has been proven to provide relief to diabetic people from symptoms such as decreased plasma glucose levels, increase insulin secretion and excessive thirst (polydipsia.)
The remarkable history of this tea, coupled with its outstanding health benefits, ensure that in every sip you take, your brew is worthy of royalty!
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