When it comes to refreshing aromas, jasmine is definitely one of the strongest contenders, along with limes and lemons.
But wait, not only can you enjoy the jasmine smell but can also taste it too! What’s even better is that jasmine tea does wonders for your health, and today you are going to find out how!
1. Jasmine Tea Has a Lot of Antioxidants
While a decision to eat more fruit and vegetables is always a good one to make, drinking jasmine tea can also replenish your body with an incredible amount of all-powerful antioxidants.
As you might know, these antioxidants fight the free radicals that are known to cause cancer and damage your body cells in general. A study by the Chinese University of Hong Kong has also found that jasmine tea protects red blood cells from damage that was caused by free radicals.
2. Improves Your Cardiovascular Health
Now here’s a pretty interesting fact. As you might know, a lot of teas protect you from bad cholesterol and improve the overall cardiovascular system in general. Anything else? Yes, the scent alone can cause this very effect!
What does jasmine tea do? It significantly decreases the heart rate, resulting in a calming effect and lowering blood pressure. As you probably know, high blood pressure is bad for your system.
3. Helps to Fight Against Diabetes
According to recent studies, drinking jasmine and / or green tea significantly relieves the symptoms of diabetes (such as tingling in the hands and feet, slow healing, and so on), making it one of the must-drink teas for everyone who is diagnosed with this condition.
That’s not all, thought. Jasmine tea also acts as a preventive measure against this illness, meaning that every single person who drinks this tea wins.
4. Prevents Cancerous Cell Growth
Just like many other teas, jasmine tea does protects you from cancer and decreases the probability of you ever getting it. In addition to that, it’s specifically effective against esophageal cancer, having an inverse effect: the more tea you consume (think in increments of 0.5), the lower the chances of cancer.
Another study has found that jasmine tea has anti-cancer properties and has since been synthesized for use in drug form.
5. Helps to Relieve Stress
This is probably one of the more interesting effects of this tea. As a study of 24 healthy individuals has shown, jasmine tea tends to produce a sedative effect. Therefore, its drinkers not only have a lower heart rate (which is associated with inner harmony), but are also more relaxed and in a better mood in general.
6. Helps to Fight Gastrointestinal Disorders
Since jasmine tea (which is usually mixed with green or white tea leaves) is rich in antioxidants and other nutrients, those drinking the tea were found to have a lower chance of developing a duodenal or stomach cancer.
And if you are having problems with your gastrointestinal tract, consider adding jasmine tea to your diet as well. It has a tendency to reduce these abnormalities and promote a healthy gastrointestinal system.
7. Improves Your Immunity
If you want to have more productive and less “lying in bed with a headache” days, jasmine tea is a great tea to add to your diet. As studies have shown, tea drinkers usually have a much stronger immune system than those who choose other beverages.
Don’t forget that the immune system is an integral part of a healthy individual, so keep recharging it with a cup (or two) of tea.
8. Reduces Joint and Arthritis Pain
Now this one is pretty big, especially for people with chronic joint or arthritis pain. As it turns out, jasmine tea has specific compounds that are beneficial to your joints, reducing discomfort and aching in general.
In addition, jasmine tea mixed with ginger was also found to reduce the swelling and inflammation of joints, making it even more effective when it comes to dealing with these types of symptoms.
9. Helps You Lose Weight
Believe it or not, but in order to prove that jasmine tea does indeed reduce fat and cholesterol levels, scientists took hamsters and put them on a cholesterol and fat heavy diet. Then they were given either jasmine tea or water. It turned out that hamsters drinking tea had a significantly lower level of fat and cholesterol.
That’s not all, though. Jasmine tea also increases your metabolism, which means that calories do burn faster, making exercise much more effective.
That’s it! We are sure that by the time you have finished reading this list, you’ll have a burning desire to finally smell and sip some wonderful jasmine tea, and enjoy its benefits for both your nose and your body.
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P.S. You may also add jasmine tea to your white or green loose-leaf tea to reveal new flavors.
P.P.S. Jasmine tea is not recommended for pregnant women, nor are any other teas that have a pretty strong scent.