1. Healthy skin
Tea is full of antioxidants which remove toxins and inhibit the process of aging. The Vitamin C contained in green tea is essential to maintaining your skin’s elasticity and youthful appearance. It prevents the loss of moisture which keeps your skin soft and supple and can reduce blotchy skin by suppressing the formation of melanin.
2. Relaxation effects
Tea is a natural and organic source of stress relief for your mind and body. The antioxidant, catechin, contained in green tea is particularly plentiful in young tea leaves and green tea that has been grown in shaded conditions, such as shade-grown green tea known as gyokuro. Theanine, an amino acid found in tea, has been shown to alleviate the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and provide a calming effect on the mind.
3. Tooth decay prevention
Research has proven that catechin contained in specifically green tea prevents cavities because of its antimicrobial properties. The catechin suppresses the function of enzymes related to plaque formation. Fluoride contained in tea also helps to strengthen teeth. Drinking tea after meals can help to prevent cavities, gum disease and eliminate bad breath, especially after a heavy meal.
4. Weight-loss benefits
Most people are aware of the benefits of tea with regulating weight, but how exactly does tea influence your weight? Green tea, in particular, is widely known and used for weight-loss supplements because it prevents the accumulation of fat cells and promotes the burning of fat in your body. The combination of catechin with caffeine, which are the main ingredients of green tea, fuels up the body to support fat burn.