Friday, June 26, 2020

Learn more about yellow tea in one article

The production process of yellow tea is similar to that of green tea. It is a slightly fermented tea with a degree of 10-20%. It is characterized by that the tea leaves are yellowed during the drying process, causing the tea to become yellow soup and yellow leaves. The yellow tea has a pleasant aroma and a thick and refreshing taste.

1. The main yellow tea is divided into: yellow bud tea, yellow tea, yellow tea

Due to different varieties, there are considerable differences in the selection and processing of tea chips.

[Yellow Bud Tea] is made of delicate raw materials, single buds or one bud and one leaf. The yellow tea bud leaves are delicate and delicate, with fresh aroma. Mainly include the "Junshan Silver Needle" in Junshan, Dongting Lake, Yueyang, Hunan, the "Mengding Yellow Bud" in Ya'an, Sichuan, and the "Huoshan Yellow Bud" in Huoshan, Anhui.

[Huang Xiaocha] It is made by picking delicate buds and leaves. The appearance of Huang Xiaocha is bud and strong leaf fertilizer. It is golden and yellow, soup color is orange, the aroma is high, the taste is mellow, sweet and refreshing. Mainly include "Beijing Maojian" in Yueyang, Hunan, "Wanshan Maojian" in Ningxiang, Hunan, "Yuanyuan Luyuan" in Yuan'an, Hubei, and "Pingyang Huangtang" in Wenzhou and Pingyang, Zhejiang.

【Huangdacha】It is made by picking one bud, two or three leaves and even one bud, four or five leaves. The shape of Huangdacha stem and strong leaf fertilizer, the leaves are in strips, and the stems and leaves are connected like a fishing hook. The stems are golden and brown, and the color is oily. The soup color is dark yellow and the leaves are brown in the yellow. The taste is rich and mellow. . It mainly includes Huoshan Huangdacha in Huoshan, Anhui, and Guangdong Dayeqing in Shaoguan, Zhaoqing, Zhanjiang and other places in Guangdong.

2. The efficacy of yellow tea

(1) Yellow tea is 椤茶. In the process of 椤, it will produce a large amount of digestive enzymes, which is most beneficial to the spleen and stomach. Indigestion, loss of appetite, laziness and obesity can all be consumed.

(2) Nano-yellow tea can better play the function of the original yellow tea. Nano-yellow tea can penetrate into fat cells better, so that the fat cells can restore metabolic function under the action of digestive enzymes and remove fat.

(3) The use of yellow tea roots is used to massage the two doors (in the ring finger of this section) to allow trace elements to penetrate into the acupuncture points, enhance the magnetic field of the acupoints to produce a regulating effect, and increase fat metabolism.

(4) Yellow tea is rich in rich nutrients such as tea polyphenols, amino acids, soluble sugars, vitamins, etc., and has obvious effects on the prevention and treatment of esophageal cancer.

(5) In addition, more than 85% of the natural substances in the fresh leaves of yellow tea remain, and these substances have special effects on cancer prevention, anti-cancer, sterilization and anti-inflammatory, which are beyond the reach of other teas.

3. Taboo of yellow tea

(1) People with iron deficiency anemia: The tannic acid in tea will affect the body's absorption of iron and make the anemia worse.

(2) Neurasthenics: Caffeine in tea can excite people, cause increased basal metabolism, and increase insomnia.

(3) Patients with dynamic gastric ulcer: Caffeine stimulates gastric juice secretion, aggravates the condition, and affects the healing of the ulcer.

(4) Those with urinary stones: oxalic acid in tea will cause more stones.

(5) Poor liver function: Most of caffeine is metabolized by the liver. People with poor liver function will drink tea, which will increase the burden on the liver.

(6) Constipation: Tannin has an astringent effect, can weaken intestinal peristalsis and aggravate constipation.

(7) Lactating women: Caffeine can enter the baby's body through breast milk, causing the baby to have intestinal cramps, anemia, and also affect the child's sleep.

(8) Cardiologists: Drinking too much tea will make the heart beat faster, and some may have arrhythmia.

(9) Pregnant women: Drinking too much tea will make the baby thin and weak.

(10) Drunk: Alcohol has a great stimulating effect on the cardiovascular system. Caffeine can make the heart beat faster. The two work together. It is very dangerous for those with poor heart function.

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