Posted by Unmesh Global Research Team on Apr 10th 2022
Enjoy a curated selection of latest Tea News and Research from us intended to raise your awareness about tea.
India – a tea drinker's paradise - Onmanorama
Tea in India is also known as ‘Chai’ derived from the word ‘Cha’, which is the Chinese word for ‘tea’. The three main tea growing regions in India are Assam, Darjeeling and Nilgiris.
Drinking Tea Can Relieve Stress of Pandemic, Says New Study - Country Living Magazine
It's time to put the kettle on because a new study has found drinking tea can help us get over the mental effects of the pandemic.
Darjeeling tea is calming and relaxing, Japanese research finds - EastMojo
Darjeeling tea was used as the study sample because it was the most ... in the selected tea was- Pure China, or China hybrid, or Assam hybrid?
International Tea Day 2021: Date, history, significance of chai day in India - Hindustan Times
International Tea Day 2021: Confused about why there are two dates to celebrate Tea Day? Read on to know the date, ... Hindustan Times News.
Science Reveals Why Tea Is Good for Your Heart
U.S. News & World Report
By Robert Preidt, HealthDay Reporter. (HealthDay). TUESDAY, March 9, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- If a nice hot cup of tea sounds good to you, there's ...
Science Reveals Why Tea Is Good for Your Heart – HealthDay
New Study Explains Antihypertensive Properties of Green and Black Tea - Technology Networks
Research reveals how tea may lower blood pressure
Medical News Today
Their findings confirmed that the two catechins from tea relax and dilate arteries by activating the KCNQ5 ion channel. Medical News Today Newsletter.
Two Tea Compounds Found to Relax Blood Vessel
Image credit: Sci-News.com. Since its initial use in China over 4,000 years ago, tea — produced from the evergreen Camellia sinensis — has become
Study suggests mechanism of action for tea's antihypertensive abilities - NutraIngredients.com
Researchers Reveal the Benefits of Tea Compounds on Hypertension
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
A new study from the University of California, Irvine (UCI) shows that compounds in both green and black tea relax blood vessels by activating ion