Tea properties refer to the taste and characteristics of tea leaves. Contains cool (cold), neutral and warm. After different manufacturing processes, tea is divided into tea properties, and its fermentation level determines the difference in tea properties and flavors. For example, herbal teas include Biluochun in green tea and Tieguanyin in green tea; neutral teas include Oolong tea and Dahongpao in green tea, and warm teas include black tea and Pu'er tea.
Green tea: cool tea, allergic to drink green tea, easy to vomit. Most of the famous teas in China are green tea. Since there is no fermentation in the manufacturing process, the nutrient content is higher than other types, but the chlorophyll content is also higher, which is more irritating to the stomach and intestines. People with gastric ulcer disease cannot drink green tea.
Tieguanyin: It is a semi-fermented tea. Due to its short fermentation period, it is still cooler. It has outstanding fat-removing and digestion-promoting functions, and the tea fragrance is particularly strong. But you can't drink Tieguanyin on an empty stomach, otherwise, you will get drunk tea easily.
Oolong tea: Oolong tea is neither cold nor hot. It is a kind of neutral tea, suitable for most people. Because the tea is rough and old, it must be brewed with 100℃ boiling water.
Dahongpao Tea: It is warm but not cold and does not hurt the stomach. It has a mellow taste and a strong aroma. After drinking, it leaves the cheeks and cheeks.
Pu'er tea: mild and mellow, has the effects of warming the stomach, lowering blood pressure, and lowering blood lipids. Long-term drinking is effective in reducing atherosclerosis and preventing cardiovascular diseases.
The so-called "different from time to time" means drinking different teas at different times.
As the body's metabolism becomes more and more vigorous in spring, both blood circulation and nutrient supply will be accelerated and increased accordingly. Drinking tea properly in the spring can not only replenish body fluids, strengthen blood circulation, promote metabolism, but also help digestion and absorption, and waste removal, reducing the damage of metabolites and toxins to the body.
During the day, soon after waking up from sleep in the early morning, you should drink chunmee green tea to refresh your brain and refresh your mind. When you are about to enter work in the morning, it is better to drink some Tieguanyin or jasmine tea at this time. Because of the fragrant tea, It can stimulate the human brain and make people enter a state of excitement, which is conducive to improving work efficiency; people are prone to be tired in the afternoon, so they should drink some black tea to solve the problem of sleepiness; after dinner, it is best to drink light with family groups or socializing with friends. Pu'er or Oolong tea, so that it has a taste and will not affect the night's sleep.