Drinking tea can cure a variety of urinary system diseases such as edema, cystitis, urethritis, etc. For the urinary system stones, tea also has a certain effect of relieve stone. The incidence of coronary heart disease was 3.1% for those who not drink tea, 2.3% for occasionally tea drinker, and 1.4% for regular tea drinkers. This is because the caffeine and theophylline contained in the tea can directly stimulate the heart, expand the coronary arteries, allow the blood to fully enter the heart, and improve the function of the heart itself.
Tea has inhibitory effects on Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus and viruses. Tea polyphenols such as catechins and theaflavins once bind to viral proteins can reduce viral activity.
Drinking tea can help digestion. Because tea contains some aromatic compounds, they can dissolve fat and help digest meat foods.
Tea Polyphenols, Vitamin C and Niacin can lower Lipid, lower Blood Pressure and Improve Vascular Function
The reason why tea is refreshing is that tea contains caffeine that affects central nervous system.
Tea polyphenols and other ingredients have significant effects of anti-cancer, since tea extracts have the effect of blocking the synthesis of nitrosamines. A large number of studies have shown that tea can be an effective food for cancer prevention. American Cancer Society recommends that drinking 6 cups of green tea a day can prevent cancer.
Tea has the effect of sweating and tiredness relief, relieves phlegm and asthma, and has the effect of treating cold, cough and other diseases. Theophylline in tea can directly stimulate the respiratory center, and can have the effect of first aid to respiratory failure.
The fluorine element in tea can strengthen bones and prevent dental caries. Oral inflammation, bleeding gums and other common oral diseases are often caused by vitamin C deficiency. Tea is rich in vitamin c, tea can partially supply the lack of dietary vitamin c.
Appropriately drinking tea can help moisturizing skin and maintaining slim weight.