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Chinese tea with a history of 6000 years

   Release date: 2020-10-05     Hits: 277     Comment: 0    
Note: This article talks about Chinese tea. To understand Chinese culture, we should start with tea culture.Tea ingredients are catechin, cholesterone, caffeine, inositol, folic acid, pantothenic acid, whic

This article talks about Chinese tea. To understand Chinese culture, we should start with tea culture.

Tea ingredients are catechin, cholesterone, caffeine, inositol, folic acid, pantothenic acid, which is beneficial to health. Tea is one of the three major beverages in the world.

Tea originated from China, tea was used as a sacrifice at first. But from the late spring and Autumn period, it was used as food, and developed into medicine in the middle of Western Han Dynasty. It was only in the late Western Han Dynasty that it was developed into a high-grade Royal drink. Popularizing the folk as a common drink was something after the Western Jin Dynasty.

Tea has been planted artificially in China for more than 6000 years. The earliest remains of tea cultivation were found in the Tianluoshan site in Yuyao, Zhejiang Province. Tea drinking began in China.

What are the classification of tea?

According to the season, it can be divided into spring tea, summer tea, autumn tea and winter tea. Various kinds of raw tea or refined tea are processed to form additional tea, including flower tea, pressed tea, extracted tea, medicinal health tea, tea food, tea beverage, etc.

What kinds of tea are there in China?

Green tea: non fermented tea (zero ferment degree). The representative teas are: Huangshan Maofeng Tea, puLong tea, Mengding manna, Rizhao Green tea, Laoshan green tea, Lu'an Guapian, Longjing tea, Meitan cuiya, Biluochun, Menger tea, Xinyang Maojian, Duyun Maojian, Liping Nestle, Guanzhuang dry hair tea and Ziyang Maojian tea.

What are the effects of tea?

(1) Less sleep; (2) sedative; (3) eyesight; (4) head clearing; (5) thirst and fluid production; (6) heat clearing; (7) heat elimination; (8) detoxification; (9) digestion; (10) sobering up; (11) weight loss; (12) hyponea; (13) diuresis; (14) catharsis; (15) dysentery; (16) expectoration; (17) dispelling wind and relieving exterior; (18) hardened teeth; (19) heartache; (20) sore treatment Fistula; (21) cure hunger; (22) tonify Qi; (23) prolong life; (24) sterilize and treat beriberi.

If you haven't had tea, try it. Chinese tea is a business card.

The technology of tea making all over the world comes from China directly or indirectly. British scholar Alan MacFarlane said in his book Green Gold: Tea Empire: "only tea has successfully conquered the world.

(compiled by gmtlight International Department)


 
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