Black tea comes from the same plant bush as green tea, but as a result of the different way of processing, it loses its green color and becomes brownish-black. Most commonly, it is known as “Indian black tea.”
Black tea is known for its special flavor because it contains almost the most caffeine of all teas, so it is a healthy substitution for coffee.
- It has a soothing effect on the nervous system and recovers the body
- It prevents heart disease
- It lowers bad cholesterol
- Its primary action is antiviral and antibacterial, and it improves immunity
- It relieves pain in case of intestinal inflammation
- It prevents the development of Parkinson’s disease
- It slows down the onset of diabetes
- Reduces headaches
- Increases physical endurance;
The daily consumption of black tea in reasonable amounts is not harmful, but on the contrary, it improves health and helps to achieve optimal hydration. In order not to overdo the intake of caffeine through black tea, the daily maximum dose is 2-3 cups of tea.
How to prepare it?
Put a teaspoon of black tea in 2, 5 dl of water, a large spoon of the tea is put in 1l of water. Black tea should be kept in the water / droppers for 2 minutes optimally and then strain it. During these minutes, the antioxidants come to the surface and have a better effect on the body after the consumption.
Although it is delicious on its own, you can add a few drops of milk and sugar to taste. This tea is one of those that are not normally drunk with honey and lemon.