Benefits of Assam Black Tea
With Milk: Instead of Assam to be taken with milk, it is recommended to let it sit for a shorter time to fully benefit from its potential.
Carbohydrates: Assam is a great source of vitamin B1 and thanks to the high caffeine content it contains, it can help you stay awake if you need it and help the body to use carbohydrates for energy.
Antioxidants: Assam is perhaps the most beneficial black tea in preventing cancer, especially in relationship with ovarian cancer in women and lung cancer in men.
Cancer: Assam is also rich in polyphenols, an antioxidant, it prevents cell damage and is therefore associated with the prevention of cancer, heart disease, and high cholesterol.
Heart: Similarly, Assam flavonoids are beneficial in strengthening tissues, blood vessels, and heart valves. Frequent consumption of Assam can prevent the formation of deposits in the arteries.
Parkinson’s: Black tea, and Assam in particular, can reduce the risk of Parkinson’s and is said to be successful with 1 to 4 cups a day for women and 2 to 4 cups a day for men.
Infections: In addition to its potential to prevent serious disease, Assam also helps with the increase in gamma delta T cells – associated – that fight infection. Assam Tea can help the immune system to reduce the stress level on a daily basis for less cortisol, which is responsible for post-traumatic stress.
Assam Black Tea BREWING GUIDE
TEA: 1 teaspoon Assam Black Tea (2 grams)
WATER: 1 cup (8 fl. oz.)
WATER TEMPERATURE: 85°C – 90°C
STEEP TIME: 3 – 4 minutes