Yellow tea is a special kind of tea that is known only in China and is its national treasure. Due to the special cultivars, the quality of the tea leaves, and the low level of oxidation, this type of tea is rich in vitamins and microelements and has exquisite organoleptic properties.
According to the degree of oxidation, yellow tea is similar to white tea. As a result of wrap-yellowing, the tea leaves lose their herbaceousness and astringency which is inherent in green tea, while also retaining all the beneficial properties. It is believed that yellow tea reduces the risk of heart disease, cleans the circulatory system, strengthens blood vessels, lowers blood pressure, has antiviral and antibacterial properties, and relieves spasms, headaches and nervous tension.
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