Recorded in Shennong Baicao: “Shen Nong tasted the herb, and the day was 72 poisonous, and it was solved by tea.” Therefore, since ancient times, tea has been effective in detoxification and health maintenance in our country, and with the spread of Chinese culture, tea has become a well-known health drink in the world. There are many varieties of tea, such as green tea, black tea, black tea, white tea and many other types. According to its processing technology, it can also be divided into non-fermented tea, semi-fermented tea and fermented tea. However, drinking tea is also very particular, and it is necessary to adapt to the solar terms to play a better role. So, what kind of tea is suitable for autumn?
The dry weather in autumn is also easy to cause autumn deficiency. Traditional medicine advocates “spring drinking tea, drinking green tea in summer, drinking green tea in autumn, drinking black tea in winter”, so it should be used to eliminate the heat in the human body and achieve the effect of clearing the skin. Green tea. The taste of green tea is between green tea and black tea. It is neither cold nor hot, it can eliminate residual heat and restore body fluid.
Green tea, also known as oolong tea, is a semi-fermented tea and a whole fermented tea. It has many varieties and is a tea category with distinctive Chinese characteristics among several major teas in China. The main varieties are Anxi Tieguanyin, Phoenix Narcissus, Oriental Beauty, Red Water Oolong, Oolong Black Tea and so on. Oolong tea contains more than 450 kinds of chemical components and more than 40 kinds of inorganic mineral elements. The organic chemical constituents and inorganic mineral elements in tea contain many nutrients and medicinal ingredients. Organic chemical components mainly include: tea polyphenols, plant alkaloids, proteins, amino acids, vitamins, pectins, organic acids, lipopolysaccharides, sugars, enzymes, pigments, and the like. It has the functions of health care, weight loss, blood fat reduction and anti-aging.
Drinking oolong tea is not only good for human health, but also adds endless fun. But there are three bogeys: (1) Do not drink on an empty stomach, otherwise you will feel hungry and dizzy, and people call it “tea drunk.” (2) Do not drink before going to bed, otherwise it is difficult to fall asleep. (3) Cold tea does not drink, cold after cold, is not good for the stomach.