This type of tea is aged and naturally fermented and has been revered in traditional tea societies in Asia for centuries thanks to its high concentration of polyphenols, catechins and flavonoids. Pu-erh tea is the most oxidized type of tea and just like fine wine, this tea leaf gets better with time and results in a mellow flavor the longer it's aged. Some of the most rare and expensive pu-erh teas are aged for more than 50 years .
May boost liver health.
I wouldn’t have done a full dedicated blog post to this specific tea unless it was THAT good. And it is.
PUERH Helps a 62-year-old look 20 years younger!! According to a Chinese book I was reading, drinking Pu-Erh tea regularly has tremendous beauty benefits. I have met a Chinese women in her 60s Pu-Erh tea regularly and using the tea topically on her face. She said that Pu-Erh tea helped to clear up her skin and keep it even toned! I have tried it, and yes! I saw a difference. Pu-Erh is also rich in antioxidants and flavonoids. It also contains vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin B2. Pu-Erh tea makes a great facial toner too. Immediately after rinsing my face with the tea, try to pat and press the tea drops onto your skin and then quickly seal in the hydration with a facial oil or serum while your skin is still damp. I’ve found is that it has helped to ease off greasiness from my scalp and that’s something you might want to try to see if it works for you.
How many calories are in pu-erh tea?
May enhance metabolism.
Of our weight loss teas , Pu-erh continues to hold top spot as a bestseller in the range. This fat burning slimming tea is known to boost metabolism and help lower cholesterol. It has an unquestionable reputation for aiding weight loss, improving skin and helping women and men beat the bloat.
People with sleep disorders, migraine, heart problems, high blood pressure, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), or ulcers may want to avoid excessive caffeine ( 19 ).