Jasmine is a climbing and perennial plant native to the Himalayas grown in the country with mild climate. The jasmine flower is white, tubular and very olfactory. Jasmine flowers in summer, it is known for its beauty, but also for its taste, this is partly what interests us today. What are the benefits of green tea and tea in our daily lives?
The benefits of jasmine often associated with green
In tea and herbal tea, the flower of jasmine is more green, for a sweet and pleasant taste. Use the term jasmine tea, more than that of herbal tea, because jasmine flowers are associated with (green, black, white, oolong …), but the tea is prepared in different ways. In order to intensify the flavors of the teas, the jasmine leaves are mixed with the flowers.
You can directly infuse leaves and flowers of jasmine for a good ten minutes. Or in combination with the green, on infuse then between 2 and 3 minutes, or with the black, between 3 and 5 minutes.
Depending on the method of preparation used, infusion of leaves or flowers, fresh or dried, rolled or bound, the flavor will be softer or stronger. Obviously depending on the other plants chosen for the preparation of the jasmine infusion, the taste will be different, but the virtues remain the same.
Jasmine is used for its health benefits, it is good, it has many assets
Analgesic: jasmine helps relieve headaches
Antidepressant: jasmine affects anxiety and reduces stress
Sedative: jasmine helps to sleep
Calming: Jasmine acts on nervous tension and the smell of jasmine vertically on stress and anxiety.
Antiseptic: Jasmine eliminates harmful bacteria and helps relieve chronic inflammation
Antibiotic: the the as the jasmine helps the body defend itself against bacterial infections
Anti-inflammatory: Jasmine tea reduces swelling and inflammation of the joints, so it is beneficial for joint pain and arthritis.
Antioxidant: The jasmine facilitates for a loss of weight, in a normal food food, for normal and different activity. Foods are quickly assimilated, quickly and efficiently, and gastrointestinal enzymes help with bowel function.
Antispasmodic: jasmine tea improves the digestive process and lowers bad cholesterol
Expectorant: inhalation of jasmine infusion relieves colds, coughs, sore throats and asthma
Cardiovascular Health: Jasmine infusions reduce the risk of heart attacks and improve blood circulation, especially for those with a personal or family history of cardiovascular problems in blood pressure and cholesterol. Thus, the blood circulation is improved before the appearance of blood clots, plaques on the arteries, thromboses, arterial hypertension or cerebrovascular accident.
Action against diabetes: prevents the onset of diabetes by promoting the production of insulin to reduce blood sugar. The jasmine stimulates the metabolism of glucose, thus preventing and treating diabetes.
Cancer Prevention: studies on establishing herbal tea consumption, infusion or cancer treatment. Many people have chosen to consume tea for cancer prevention.