Tea Health Benefits
Sometimes, when you’re sitting in a tea house sipping your favorite cup of tea, the idea of starting your own tea room drifts through your mind. Then, for whatever reason, this idea starts to seem like it may be a pretty good one. You think about our nation’s concern with health, and your mind goes directly to the restorative properties of a big cup of tea. Yes, this is not just a pretty good idea; it’s a great idea!
Tea has the perception of being a healthy drink. It has less caffeine than coffee, no sugar if you do not pour any in, and it is easy on the digestive system. It is virtually impossible to drink too much tea. Drinking too much soda, coffee and fruit juice can actually have a detrimental effect on your health, but you can drink tea until you float away with no ill effects.
Not only can you drink as much tea as you want, but it is actually good for you. With a high antioxidant count, green tea has been touted to help everything from cardiovascular function to reducing the risk of cancer. There is something life giving about a cup of tea. It is rejuvenating.
Unlike coffee, tea is to be sipped and savored. You do not gulp it down on the way to work in the morning. Tea is not supposed to shock your body into action like your morning cup of coffee. Rather it is to smooth, relax or invigorate.
Then, as you look around the tea room, you begin to realize that these are the people that you would be serving. Your mind cannot help but to start calculating how many of them would have to drink a cup of tea with you every day to keep your tea house afloat. And then you remember that you do not really want to sell tea at all, what you really want to do is enjoy drinking it.
Crisis averted, and now you can relax and enjoy your cup of tea as the world carries on with its business as usual.