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However, you may not know anything about Oolong blue tea, which has proven to be a true ally for digestive health. In fact, topping off meals with an infusion of this tea guarantees first-class digestion. To this is added its relaxing and diuretic power. If your body cries out for tea, the Oolong offers itself as a volunteer.
Having said all this, let's investigate a little more on the virtues of this product that has just joined the ben-BÓ family. By the way, it is worth explaining that in China, where it comes from, it is called wolong, which literally means "black dragon", but was translated into English as "oolong".
The truth is that Oolong tea is a product made from the leaves, shoots and stems of the Camellia sinensis plant. Indeed, it is the same plant that is used to make black tea and green tea.
What does Oolong blue tea taste like?
Of course, we all want to give our line a little push while enjoying a lightly toasted infusion. Oolong is neither black nor green tea. In fact, it is so special that it has a special category for itself: semi-oxidized tea.
This peculiarity causes him to develop an enormous quantity of aromas of flowers and fruits, in addition to a low level of theine (which is the caffeine of tea) that helps many to endure long days of study, work or simply gives them a repris to cope with the hustle and bustle of the tourist, which also tires ...
Benefits of Oolong Blue Tea
In addition to its slimming and digestive character, which are already excellent qualities that will convince many without the need to add another word about it, there are other benefits of Oolong blue tea that we cannot overlook:
Reduces blood sugar
Lowers blood pressure
Prevents fatty liver
Oolong blue tea: proven slimming power
There is no doubt that the loss of body fat is the most relevant benefit. In this sense, we can cite a study published in the "Journal of Integrative Medicine", where it was observed that participants who consumed this drink regularly lost up to 3 kilos in just six weeks. In short, a fat-burning prodigy.
And, in addition, it nourishes us
The blue tea, while it hydrates us and puts order in our organism, it turns out that it nourishes us. Not in vain, contains traces of vitamins and vital minerals, such as calcium, manganese, copper, carotene, selenium, potassium and magnesium, as well as niacinamide and other detoxifying alkaloids.
At this point, you have surely become one more convinced. If so, start today to enjoy the oolong blue tea ecological ben-BO, because it has just made its debut in our sample and we wish you a bright future in the pantry of those who love to take care of themselves and feel good.