Enjoy a pleasant melody to calculate the infusion time by reading the QR code on the infusion label with your smartphone.
Properties of Red Tea
Red tea contains vital minerals including calcium, iron, magnesium and zinc. As with most true herbal teas and herbal infusions, it also contains high levels of vitamin C along with powerful antioxidants such as aspalathin that offer extensive health benefits. Red tea contains polyphenols that help fight free radicals, keeping your body healthy and ready to face the day.
Health benefits of Red Tea
Helps you lose weight
Like green tea and black tea, drinking red tea is a great way to enjoy a delicious drink without gaining weight. Each cup of red tea contains only 2-4 calories, so you can drink this delicious beverage without worrying about ruining your diet. Keep in mind that adding sugar, honey or other sweeteners can increase the calorie count, so keep additions to a minimum if your goal is to lose weight.
Improve the health of your skin
Red tea contains alpha hydroxy acid, which is one of the main ingredients in skin treatments such as chemical peels, which you can get from your dermatologist's office. Not particularly common in foods, the alpha hydroxy acid in red tea can aid in your skin care routine and help reduce wrinkles.
Red tea contains superoxide dismutase, which has anti-ageing properties and helps to slow the development of wrinkles. This enzyme works to produce healthy skin cells that keep you looking younger for longer. It also works together with other antioxidants in red tea to fight free radicals that can accelerate the ageing process. While more research is needed, there is evidence that drinking one or two cups of red tea a day can keep skin looking even and youthful.
Red tea contains antioxidants with anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce inflammation and the sensation of aches and pains. Red tea's antispasmodic compounds can also help relieve abdominal pain, such as stomach cramps, by activating potassium ions throughout the body.
By reducing inflammation, Red tea can help treat the painful symptoms of arthritis. Red tea is rich in vitamin C, which also helps repair collagen and connective tissue in the joints
Helps strengthen bones
Like real teas and many herbal teas, red tea contains minerals such as calcium, manganese and fluoride that help strengthen bones. These minerals produce increased activity in the so-called osteoblasts, which are responsible for building strong bone mass.
While many teas contain these essential minerals that help protect healthy bones and prevent diseases such as osteoporosis and arthritis, red tea contains two other compounds that are even more beneficial to bone health. The flavonoids luteolin and orientin, contained in red tea, have been shown to have the potential to increase bone mineral content.
Supports heart health
Red tea is excellent for heart health and helps keep blood circulation flowing smoothly. This compound, which contains the flavonoid chrysoeriol, which is a bronchodilator, is also an effective agent for reducing high blood pressure and increasing circulation. The relaxing effects of red tea help open blood vessels, while antioxidants reduce bad cholesterol and prevent plaque build-up.
Ingredients: Pu Erh red tea
How to prepare:
Put a pyramid in a cup and add boiling water. Cover and let it infuse for 5 minutes so that the flowers unfold all their essences. Serve it in those two-handed cups and warm your spirits anytime.