What Tea To Drink To Nourish Qi And Blood?

Update:23 Sep 2022

  Drink water and add something to nourish the stomach, nourish qi and blood, and drink it right, it can also detoxify and beautify the face!

  Yes, that's what tea is talking about!

  What tea to drink to nourish the stomach?

  When it comes to nourishing the stomach, there is no doubt that Pu Erh tea is suitable for all ages.

  Pu-erh ripe tea is artificially fermented, the tea quality changes from cold to warm, the taste changes from stimulating to mellow, and the soup color changes from orange to red and bright.

  He took a sip, and a warm current flowed into his heart.

  Therefore, many people like to drink cooked tea in autumn and winter, which can warm up the body and ward off the cold while dispelling tiredness.

  What tea to drink to nourish qi and blood?

  When it comes to nourishing qi and blood, black tea is well-deserved.

  Black tea is rich in the trace element potassium, and after brewing, up to 70% of the potassium is soluble in water.

  From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine, black tea is sweet and has the effect of nourishing qi and blood.

  Some tea lovers often mistake cooked tea for black tea. Black tea and cooked tea are completely different types of tea.

  As far as their production process is concerned:

  Black tea is the tea made by picking, withering, rolling, fermenting, and drying, while Pu'er ripe tea is loose tea or pressed tea made by picking, withering, killing, rolling, drying, fermenting, and drying.

  It seems that both black tea and cooked tea are fermented, but the fermentation is different. Taking this fermentation time as an example, the fermentation time of black tea is about 7 or 8 hours, while the fermentation time of cooked tea is as long as half a month.


  What tea to drink for detoxification and beauty?

  Every time I talk about detoxification and beauty, I immediately think of a sentence said by Academician Liu Zhonghua: "It's not that your appearance is easy to get old, but that you drink too little tea."

  Because tea contains a lot of tea polyphenols, and tea polyphenols can not only scavenge free radicals but also resist bad environments (such as radiation, second-hand smoke, air pollution) and bad living and eating habits. loss.

  As for what tea to drink, you can choose according to your actual situation, which is suitable and what you like.