Consuming antioxidants may help decrease the risk of chronic disease and improve your overall health.
Black tea contains flavonoids and this ingredient has beneficial effects on heart health. Through several studies, regular drinking of black tea may help reduce the risk of heart disease.
May lower “Bad” LDL Cholesterol
LDL and HDL are two types of lipoproteins which carry cholesterol throughout the body. Studies have shown that black tea may help reduce LDL levels. High LDL levels increase the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Trillions of bacterial and the immune system is housed in the gut. Polyphenols and antimicrobial properties found in black tea may help improve gut health and immunity.
Consuming black tea on a daily bases may help decrease systolic and diastolic blood pressure. This research however is mixed.
Reduce the Risk of Stroke
Insulin is a hormone that is secreted when you consume sugar. Black tea is a non-sweetened beverage that can help improve the use of insulin and reduce blood sugar.
Reduce Risk of Cancer Cell
The polyphenols in black tea may help fight cancer cells in the body. Although consuming black tea will not cure cancer, it may help decrease the cancer cell development.
Improvement in Focus
Some properties in black tea may help improve focus due to the caffeine content and the amino acid called L-theanine. The amino acid increases the alpha activity in the brain, which can help improve focus and alertness.
Rich in antioxidants and treatment of chronic diseases
Due to the main source of rose tea being polyphenols, the tea may lead to the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases.
Rich in anthocyanins
The urinary tract, eye health, improved memory, healthy aging, and a lower risk of some cancers, can be attributed to anthocyanins, a colored pigment.
May alleviate menstrual pain
Studies have shown that participants have concluded that drinking rose tea has less pain and that it may be suitable to treat menstrual pain.