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The Numerous Health Benefits of Green Tea

The Numerous Health Benefits of Green Tea

Darjeeling Tea is known as the champagne of teas and it's easy to see why. The green tea yields a thin-bodied and light-coloured infusion that is perfectly capped by a floral aroma.

Its delicious taste has made India's Darjeeling district world famous, but there is far more you should know about green tea. Its proven health benefits make it even more appealing. 

The world's healthiest beverage

Green tea has been proven by scientific research to have greater health benefits than any other drink. Its range of bioactive compounds protect your body's cells, which significantly limits your risk of disease and even reduces the effect of ageing.

Best of all are the antioxidants, which have been studied to treat various diseases by inhibiting the oxidation of molecules in your body. They reduce your risk of various types of cancer, including breast, prostate and colorectal cancer.

It's worth noting that it may be a bad idea to put milk in your green tea, as this can reduce the antioxidant value. 

Green tea can make you smarter

Numerous scientific studies have proven that green tea boosts your brain power in many ways, while green tea also increases your working memory.

It's uncertain exactly what causes this effect, but it's clear that drinking green tea enhances connectivity between the parietal and frontal cortex of the brain.

Does green tea also help with weight loss?

Possibly, though this does not have the same scientific evidence behind it as the other health benefits. Some studies have concluded that green tea can help to reduce weight, while others have found it has no effect at all.

Of course, even if turns out that green tea is not capable of melting pounds off your body, it is undoubtedly a good alternative for high-sugar drinks that would put the weight on. 

Which is the best green tea?

Organic Darjeeling Green Tea, of course! Generally speaking, all green teas have the same range of health benefits. But if you're going to make the switch to green tea, you should definitely get the champagne of teas. Enjoy a great cup of Darjeeling Tea every day!




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Tea Campaign Australia - Organic Darjeeling Tea - Buy in Bulk and Save

Save up to 20% when you buy your Organic Darjeeling Tea in bulk!

- Save approx. 20% when you buy 1000g instead of 4 x 250g

- Save approx. 10% when you buy 500g instead of 2 x 250g

Check out the following table to find out how long your pack of Organic Darjeeling Tea will approx. last:

 Daily Usage Daily Usage - Loose Leaf Tea Package Size Usage Duration
1 cup/day (250ml Tea) 2g Loose Leaf Tea 500g  8 Months
2 cups/day (500ml Tea) 4Loose Leaf Tea

500g

1000g

4 Months

8 Months

3 cups/day (750ml Tea) 6Loose Leaf Tea

500g

1000g

3 Months

7 Months

1 large pot/day (1-litre Tea) 8Loose Leaf Tea

500g

1000g

2 Months

4 Months

Enjoy a great cup of ORGANIC DARJEELING TEA every day!