Tea is one of the most common beverage drink around the globe. The usage of tea as a beverage was first recorded in China, with the earliest records of tea consumption with records dating back to the 10th century BC.
Tea plants are native to East and South Asia and probably originated around the point of confluence of the lands of northeast India, north Burma, southwest China, and Tibet.
Apart from water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world. Various health benefits have been associated with regular tea drinking, including a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer, and protection against cognitive decline, dental caries and bone loss. Most of these benefits are attributed to tea flavonoids, which are plant polyphenols. This brochure will look in detail at the health benefits associated with leaf teas.
People of all ages can benefit from drinking tea. Here are some examples of how health research could translate into patient advice:
Aside from the tea health benefits, you can more enjoy drinking tea by making your own bongga flavors.
By using Lipton Yellow label Tea, I bought some McCormic flavor extracts like the lemon, orange, vanilla and almond.
Here’s how I do it.
On a cup of hot water, brew a lipton yellow label tea bag for 2-3 minutes, pour now your favorite flavoring extracts and sweeteners and mix.
This is how bongga I enjoy drinking Lipton Yellow Label Tea.