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This delicately flavoured Jasmine tea features freshly rolled Green tea leaves scented with exotic Jasmine blossoms. Cool and refreshing, with a beautifully floral scent, this is a favourite among Chinese tea-drinkers.
70g Box: Making up to 35 cups of tea, this gorgeous, recyclable cardboard box is made from responsible forestry sources with a re-sealable bag inside making it an easy way to store and access your Jasmine tea.
210g Tin: Making up to 110 cups of tea, the large tin is an attractive and practical way to store and access your Jasmine tea. The tea is packaged in a reusable bag that can be emptied into the tin once purchased. The tin has a tight seal that helps to maintain the quality and freshness of the tea. Perfect for the avid tea drinker. -
420g Bag: Making up to 220 cups of tea, the refill bag is a re-sealable bag that helps to maintain the quality and freshness of Jasmine tea. It can be used to refill the tin or to simply store in the cupboard as is. Perfect for the avid tea drinker. *For a limited time only, when you buy a refill bag, you will receive a complimentary empty labelled Tin to fill with your refill bag of tea. A great way to store your tea and display on a shelf.
Over the past several decades, thousands of studies have been published that have identified and quantified many bioactive compounds in the leaves of the tea (Camellia sinensis) plant that are used to make green, black, white and oolong tea. Some studies have been conducted that reveal the mechanisms of actions by which specific tea compounds may elicit health benefits and show how these diverse elements in tea work synergistically to promote health when consumed as a plant-based beverage. The extensive tea research includes laboratory, animal studies, observational studies of large populations and randomized clinical trials.
The benefits of tea are often attributed to the phenolic compounds (some of which act as antioxidants). Numerous studies with the major catechins in tea, namely epicatechins in green tea and the theaflavins and thearubinigins in black tea, show that these compounds are at least partially digested, create many bioactive metabolites and sometimes pass through the body intact whereby they provide health benefits.
The research suggests that the health benefits of tea are wide-ranging and include, but are not limited to the following:
Significant levels of calcium, zinc, Vitamins B1, B2, B6 and folic acid
Antioxidant protection to protect the body against free radical damage
Increasing mental alertness whilst at the same time inducing a sense of calm on the nervous system - contains l-theanine