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Why You Need To Definitely Start Taking This Super Healthy Tea

Health: 7 Benefits Of Purple Tea You May Not Know About - Potentash

Purple leaves from Kenya are used to make purple tea; an uncommon kind of tea. Beyond the good qualities of green or black tea, it has a striking purple tint and offers tremendous health advantages.

Anti-inflammatory, antiviral, anti-aging, and antioxidant capabilities are a few of the advantages of purple tea. The strength of purple lies in its strong antioxidant, anthocyanin and polyphenol content as well as its significantly lower caffeine concentration when compared to other common forms of tea.

The brilliant hue of the purple tea leaf is due to anthocyanins; which are also present in several other foods that are coloured including blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, purple carrots and purple cabbage.

Anthocyanins are well recognized for having amazing health advantages including benefits for the heart, diabetes and obesity as well as benefits that help shield us from many illnesses and diseases.

Purple tea does offer substantial and actual health advantages to take into consideration namely:-

Reduced caffeine

For those who want an energy boost without the crash, tea has traditionally been a favoured substitute for coffee. Caffeine is safe to use in moderation but for some people, it can still have negative consequences including anxiety and sleeplessness.

Purple tea is a good option for people who want the benefits of caffeine without the spikes. Purple tea contains significantly more antioxidant activity and less caffeine than green tea.

Because of this, the plant is a milder form of a stimulant that will offer you more consistent energy throughout the day and be less prone to give you the jitters.

Promotes Loss of Weight

Being aware of the foods and beverages we eat and how it impacts our everyday lives is important for promoting a better lifestyle for the mind and body. Your physical and emotional health benefit from having a good relationship with food.

Purple tea is an excellent source of GHG; a special form of polyphenol not present in other tea varietals. The substance that gives purple tea its anti-obesity and weight-management properties might be GHG.

According to research, drinking purple tea regularly can reduce body weight, belly fat and body fat radio prior to consumption. Additionally, it has been demonstrated to reduce triglyceride and cholesterol levels.

Heart Health is Encouraged

Purple tea helps to relax and dilate blood vessels, which helps to maintain and improve cardiovascular health. The heart is under less stress as a result of improved blood circulation.

Additionally, purple tea promotes heart health by lowering cholesterol levels. Polyphenols and anthocyanins found in purple tea help to maintain healthy blood pressure, support normal blood vessel activity (endothelial functioning) and reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular disorders.

Anti-viral and anti-inflammatory

Purple tea is beneficial in the battle against common health issues like the cold and flu as well as other respiratory issues like asthma because of its anti-inflammatory and antiviral characteristics.

Polyphenols; which are naturally occurring substances found in purple tea leaves operate as an antimicrobial and antiviral defense.

Improvement of Cognitive Function

Purple tea can enhance your mental focus, attention and ability to keep a cheerful attitude. Purple tea has less caffeine than other forms of tea, so you won't experience the nervous crash that comes with other caffeinated drinks.

Purple leaf tea; which comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant; aids with memory enhancement and mental clarity. By slowing memory loss and defending against neurodegenerative disorders like forgetfulness and dementia, purple tea can even help keep your brain healthy into old age.

In Kenya, you can find this two Kenyan brands in all major supermarkets such as Naivas, Carrefour and Quickmart.

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