Teashops flood the streets. At almost every corner of every street, either a coffee shop or a tea shop is built serving thirst quenchers for everyone. But beyond the morality of simply purchasing anything on a local tea shop – to either get hold of wireless connection or simply having a little stress-buster from your hectic day, these shops seldom offer freshly brewed tea. Most shops will offer their personal blends that are consuming saturated contents. This primarily is the reason why mixed drinks are not preferred as they can cause harm instead of the natural benefit of a tea.
Teas come in different variations, could be black, green, red, yellow and more. Options are limitless but today, I want to share the powerful effect of green tea and its cons against our body. We’ll start off with the pros.
Green tea was founded in China way back in about thousands of years ago. This is a method started by Chinese native who basically started the tradition of brewing or simply boiling tea leaves in water at a certain temperature to achieve the best fresh aroma and taste. This does not end with its sensational smell but teas served as medicinal treatment for its lovers. Straight from the leaves of Camellia sinensi, down to the edge of your lips through proper cooking procedure, is the key to securing your daily does of freshly brewed healthy morning.
This powerful tea can definitely cure from head to foot. These are the amazing benefits of green tea. You can take advantage of its one of a kind powers ranging from headache, improved memory, precision, energy boost down to anti-inflammatory functions, anti-cancer, reduced chances of heart diseases, diabetes and weight loss (plus a lot more in between). You kick off your morning with a cup of tea and you definitely get to have a dose of your caffeine, just the right amount to make you alert and not as jittery as a normal cup of coffee does.
Multiple scientific researchers had proven so much about the effectiveness of this natural herb in cleansing our body, however, just like the old saying – ‘Everything in excess is bad.” That goes as well with teas. Not just because you know that other people uses this as a dietary technique does that mean you spam yourself your daily cup. This does not apply to anyone as this could definitely ruin body organs, most specially your liver.
Let’s get to know the cons.
Overdrinking tea can cause anxiety and upset stomach. Especially for those who are not so used to drinking tea, nausea may occur together with mild headache. People who preferred going with tea for their dietary goals must make sure they get to exercise together with the intake. However, taking pills together with tea can make irregular heartbeats/rates and could lead to high blood pressure (hypertension). Intake of teas, supplements or extracts can also lead to stomach ulcers, heart, liver and kidney problems most especially for those who are pregnant and has existing medical cases.