Curative properties: Green tea has been known and used since ancient times, starting in its countries of origin such as China and Japan and then spread around the globe. Green tea leaves contain, among other things, polyphenols, very nutritious substances for the human body. The content of catechins and thein in tea leaves make it a very good antioxidant. It stands out for its properties in weight loss and in lowering cholesterol. Green tea is a very efficient anti-diabetic, it helps in skin diseases and hair loss prevention. Store in dry places away from light and moisture.
Preparation: Pour the mass of a teaspoon of the blend into a jug of water (180 ml) and leave to boil for 5-6 minutes. Remove from the heat, cover with a lid and leave to cool for another 2-3 minutes. Drain and pour into a cup. Sweeten with honey or sugar as desired. a
Warning! Due to the content of theine in this tea, it is recommended not to take more than 3-4 cups of tea per day. Excessive use by women during pregnancy can be a problem!