Green Tea has been consumed and hailed for its health benefits by countries globally. Green Tea is basically a kind of tea that is prepared from Camellia Sinensis leaves that do not experience the same oxidation and withering process used in making black tea and oolong. The Green Tea is stemmed from China but its production has been seen spreading in many nations in Asia. It is widely believed that Green Tea was first soaked during the reigning of emperor Shennong in 2737 BC.
The Emperor was a popular personality and a mythical sage in the mythology of Chinese medicine and agriculture. It is said that during one of his journeys, when Shennong and his caravan were stopping to rest, few tea leaves were falling into his cup of hot water from a burned tea twig that was black in colour, but the emperor did not notice. When he was consuming this water, he discovered it to be eminently refreshing. This incident is counted important in the history of teas, specially Green Tea
. As Green Tea is entirely made out of leaves, that's why, it is good by the use of long life, lowering the chances of heart diseases, prevention of HIV, decreasing the risk of oesophageal cancer and most popularly used for losing weight. Green Tea contains a lot of antioxidants too which help to regain a glowing and a healthy skin. Tea is a worldwide beverage whether its green or black, hot or cold, its healthy and thirst quenching drink that people around the world consume in numerous amounts to refuel themselves. And if that tea proves to have such amazing antioxidants and lot of benefits, then it rapidly becomes an important part of an individual's diet. Same has happened with Green Tea. Its various qualities and advantages have attracted people to consume it.
Except all these benefits Green Tea is well known for keeping teeth clean because of one of its ingredients, Fluoride. The fluoride kills the bacteria in the mouth that causes plaque. Also, fluoride helps to maintain healthy and cavity free teeth. The oral health can be vastly improved with the consumption of Green Tea. The intake of Green Tea proves to be extremely light and rejuvenating for both the body and the mind.