Widely popular around the world, Green teas are non-oxidized/non-fermented teas. The processing is kept to a bare minimum in order to retain the maximum amount of natural anti-oxidants and flavonoids which make green teas one of the healthy teas.
What are Green Teas?
Green Teas are one of the healthiest teas on earth. Sourced from the same plant, Camelia Sinesis, green teas are semi-oxidised teas where the processing is kept to a bare minimum. This ensures the retention of maximum antioxidants and flavonoids which make green teas one of the healthiest beverages with a plethora of proven health benefits.
What are the health benefits of Green Teas?
Green Teas have several health benefits that have been proven by scientific research. Green Teas have a lot of antioxidants which help improve our immunity and helps cure or prevent common ailments. Green tea contains 'Catechins' which boosts metabolism, helps improve physical performance, helps lose more calories and helps break down fat. The L-Theanine along with the caffeine in green tea (lesser than coffee) helps increase alpha-wave activity in the brain making us more productive and focused. Drinking green tea regularly can reduce the risk of certain cancers and also reduces the risk of type-2 Diabetes.
What are the different types of Green Teas available on Vahdam?
We source premium-grade, garden-fresh Green Teas from the choicest estates in the foothills of the Himalayas in Darjeeling and from the rolling hills of Nilgiris in Southern India. We have blended green teas sourced from renowned gardens of a particular region, in-house curated flavorful green tea blends like Earl Grey Green Tea, Chamomile Green Tea, Mint Green Tea, Sweet Himalayan Detox Green Tea. We also have some boutique varieties of green teas like our Himalayan pearls green tea etc.
What is the best way to make Green Tea?
The best way to make a perfect cup of Green Tea is to heat 200ml of freshly-filtered water to 80-90 degrees celsius and add in 2 grams (0.07 oz) of your favorite green tea blend to it. Switch off the heat, cover it with a lid, and let the tea steep for 2-3 minutes, depending on how strong a cup you would like. The best time to have Green Tea is morning, early afternoon before lunch, and in the evening before any form of physical exercise.