How to make ceylon tea
Ceylon tea

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Everything You Need To Know About Ceylon Tea

Ceylon tea is a popular drink in Sri Lanka that is widely believed to provide health benefits including weight loss, blood sugar regulation, relief from digestive problems and even controlling the early signs of ageing. Also known as Sri Lankan tea, this tea is produced with green tea leaves, black tea leaves, or white tea leaves from the Camellia sinensis plant. This tea is named after a British Colony, Ceylon, that was once the world's largest producer of coffee. But when the coffee industry was wiped out due to a plant disease (coffee-rust), tea farmers started switching
their professions.
But as soon as things got back to normal, farmers started producing this tea and it is considered one of the healthiest tea. Health

Benefits Of Ceylon Tea.

1)Promote Weight Loss.
Ceylon tea is replete with catechins that are known to promote fat burn in the body. Consuming this tea once a day could help you burn the abdominal fat and meet your weight loss goals.

2)Boosts Immunity.

The antioxidants present in Ceylon tea act against free radicals and the resultant oxidative stress, thereby
boosting immunity. Moreover, it also contains polyphenols and flavonoids which increase the
number of white blood cells in our body and keep us safe from several ailments.

3)Healthy Heart.

Researchers suggest that Ceylon tea has several components that can reduce total and LDL (bad) cholesterol, as well as triglycerides in our body.
However, more research is needed to confirm it.

4)Controls Visible Signs of Ageing.

Antioxidants present in ceylon tea may also help in slowing down the ageing process and control visible signs of ageing such as wrinkles and fine lines leaving you with clear and beautiful skin.

5)Aids Diabetes Treatment.

Laden with several vitamins and antioxidants, Ceylon tea can help in reducing blood sugar and insulin levels, thus help diabetic patients. It can also increase insulin sensitivity.

How To Make Ceylon Tea.

Ingredients. One teaspoon of ceylon tea and Hot water.


Pour a cup of water ina pan and bring it to boil. Once it starts boiling, add one teaspoon of ceylon tea and let it steep for around 3-5 minutes. You can steep it for longer if you want to increase both the caffeine content and flavor.
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Side Effects Of Ceylon Tea.

In terms of side effects, Ceylon tea is no different from the rest of the teas. It contains caffeine which may
provide side effects to some consumers. A person may experience headaches, jitters, shakiness, or trouble falling asleep after drinking too much tea. So, it is always advised to consume it in a moderate quantity.

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