Goodricke Khaass Assam Tea is known for its strong bright color. Its malty flavor and alacrity are known. Assam tea offers bright color. It is rich in taste and uniquely robust.
Helps Remove Toxins.
Controls Cholesterol Levels.
Benefits of Khaass Assam Tea:
A group of studies suggest that women who consume black tea regularly have an 8% decreased risk of kidney stones.
MedlinePlus asserts that tea is possibly useful for lowering the threat of ovarian cancer. There is evidence that suggests that men who consume tea that includes phytoestrogens have a lesser risk of lung cancer. They also regard black tea as potentially effective for lowering the threat of hardening of arteries, particularly in women. Some facts indicate that drinking tea is also associated with a lower risk of heart attack.
An article written in “Molecular Aspects of Medicine,” in 2010 states that flavonoids from tea prevent the building up of plaque in the arteries.
University of Cambridge School of Medicine researched that people who drink tea have 5% stronger bones than those who do not.
Consuming black tea has proven to help avert dizziness or orthostatic hypotension because it raises blood pressure.
How to use:
Pour freshly boiled water into the cup first and then add few tea leaves. Let it infuse for about 5 minutes.
Assam Tea is awesome to pacify you when you want to lighten up and awaken your senses when you need that extra drive. It works great in the mornings to awaken you, in the afternoons to calm you and in the evenings with your biscuits.
High intake of black tea may cause side effects owing to the caffeine present in it. People may experience a mild or a serious headache, sleep problems, nervousness, vomiting, irritability, heartburn, tremor, dizziness, ringing in the ears, convulsions and confusion.
Information about the brand:
Goodricke Tea carries on its business in all spheres from cultivation to processing and buying to selling tea. Goodricke owns its own estate in Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri in West Bengal and Darrang district in Assam. They strive to produce teas of the finest quality which meet the standards of the world market.