Scientific research suggests that drinking tea can improve cholesterol levels, blood vessel function and reduce oxidative damage, all of which are risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
Purple tea contains higher amounts of polyphenols than black or green teas. These antioxidants have been linked to reducing the risk of stroke and maintain a healthy circulatory system.
Tea is rich in flavonoids which are potent antioxidants that combat free radical that are responsible for damaging cells. These powerful antioxidants could play a role in staving off cancer.
Purple tea contains 15 times more red and purple anthocyanins than blue berries. These antioxidants combat free radicals in our bodies and reduce cancer risk.
Weight Managment & Digestion
Tea blocks FAS (fatty acid synthase) which is linked to obesity in high levels. Tannins have a therapeutic effect and aid digestion, along with polyphenols that help reduce inflammation in the intestine.
Purple tea contains a unique polyphenol – GHG not found in green and black teas. GHG activates lipase an enzyme that breaks down fats and alters fat absorption leading to better weight management.
Drinking tea may help lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Purple tea contains less caffeine than green tea catechins (a type of antioxidant) that helps to reduce stress and keep energy levels high.
Purple tea contains lower caffeine than green tea and also catechins (a type of antioxidant) that helps to reduce stress and keep energy levels high.
One of the best ways tea contributes to healthy skin in general is by acting as a substitute for other beverages.
The higher levels EGCG found in purple tea promotes skin rejuvenation and promotes hydration by improving blood circulation and reducing inflammation to reveal radiant beautiful skin and slow the aging process.
Caffeine promotes blood flow to the brain and L- theanine lends a calming effect to reduce overstimulation. It also helps with concentration, and increases energy and stimulates metabolism.
Purple tea contains higher levels of epigallocatechin galette (EGCG) than other tea types and is thought to make people feel calmer and improve memory and attention.