BEAUTEA Jasmine (20 g)
The jasmine plant is grown at high elevation in the mountainous Fujian province, China. It is harvested in the spring and stored until early summer when fresh jasmine flowers are in bloom. Jasmine flowers are picked early in the morning when the sun is out and the dew has evaporated. The small petals are tightly closed. And they are the most fragrant at daybreak.
Another reason why jasmine tea is so popular is due to its many benefits to overall health, and provides somewhat uncommon antioxidants to your system like catechins and epicatechins, which can have a wide range of beneficial effects on your system.
Health Benefits – Perhaps the most praised aspect of jasmine tea is the high level of antioxidants, catechins have been shown to be integral in preventing certain serious diseases in the body.
They also have been shown to be a key factor in inhibiting LDL-oxidation, so blood pressure and cholesterol levels decrease, and long-term threats like heart disease can be prevented. (LDL-oxidation is when “bad” cholesterol in your arteries gets inflamed after being oxidized. That inflammation within veins and arteries can lead to heart attacks or strokes. )
Jasmine tea has also shown itself to be a valuable tool to prevent and treat diabetes. Adding jasmine tea to your normal diet can improve your chances of having a healthy stomach digesting all your food, and preventing gastrointestinal forms of cancer.
Jasmine tea has been shown to protect the immune systems of frequent users due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Other positive effect of the tea is the reduction in chronic discomfort associated with joint pain and arthritis. The anti-inflammatory nature of certain organic elements in jasmine tea can reduce swelling and inflammation of joints by inhibiting unwanted cellular oxygenation.
It can provide a defense against bacterial infections, may also provide relief in cough, cold and throat infections.
Beauty Benefits – Jasmine tea is a very pleasant face wash or tonic, calm and moisturizes the skin. The unique properties of this plant allow the skin to rejuvenate and restores elasticity. Perfect remedy also for sunburn and rashes.
Drinking Method – Prepare 1 teaspoon dry jasmine flower buds, pour 200 ml boiling hot water over the tea steep the mix for 3-5 minutes, strain the tea and enjoy. Our jasmine flowers could be brewed for at least three times.
Best if Used By: 6-8 Months
Storage Method: Store in a low temperature environment in an airtight container
INCI: jasminum officinale (jasmine)