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From the very past, consumption of tea introduce among the Bengalis which is now reaching into every aspect of the society. Today, Tea becomes an integral part of the modern healthy lifestyle of Bengalis, Keeping the immense health benefits in mind, most of the Bengalis resolve to consume

 
 

much more Tea than what one has consumed in the past. All Bengalis justify themselves by saying that tea has all the time been a rejuvenating, soothing, natural and healthy beverage.

 
 

Tea is a brew made by steeping processed leaves, buds or twigs of the tea bush Camellia sinensis in luke warm water for a few minutes. The processing can comprise oxidation (fermentation), heating, drying and the adding up of other herbs, flora, spices and fruits. There are four variety of true tea: black tea, oolong tea, green tea, and white tea. The expression herbal tea generally refers to infusions of fruit or herbs such as rosehip tea, chamomile tea and Jiaogulan that hold no tea leaves. Tea is an innate resource of caffeine, theophylline, theanine, and antioxidants, but it has more or less no fat, carbohydrates, or protein. It has a chilly, to some extent bitter and astringent flavor.

 
 

The legend of tea started on in primeval China over 5,000 years ago. According to myth, Shen Nung, an early monarch was an accomplished sovereign, innovative scientist and benefactor of the arts. His far-sighted edicts necessitates, amongst other things that all intake water be boiled as a disinfected preventative measure. One summer day he was visiting a remote province of his dominion. In accord with his

 
 

verdict, the servants began to simmer water for the courtyard to imbibe. Dried leaves from the near bush fell into the boiling water, and brown liquor was infused into the water. As a scientist, the Emperor was fascinated in the innovative liquid, drank some, and found it very stimulating. And so, according to fable, tea was created. In 800 A.D. Lu Yu wrote the first perfect book on tea, the Ch'a Ching.

 
   
 

Over a 100 scientific investigate papers produced more than the last decade shows that Tea provides enormous fitness benefits. There is systematic confirmation to establish that Antioxidants endorse heart strength, avert Cancer, assist combat &

 

shield against most diseases like Diabetes,Blood pressure, Tumor, Ulceration, Inflammation, Intestinalproblems, Dental decompose and a lot more. Known to have curative benefits, tea was made use of even in the olden ages, to take care of ordinary ailments.

 
 

Tea cuisine rapidly prolonged in range to quickly comprise wafer thin crustless sandwiches, shrimp or fish pates, toasted breads with jams, and regional British pastries such as scones (Scottish) and crumpets (English). At this time two separate forms of tea services evolved: "High" and "Low". "Low" Tea (served in the low part of the afternoon) was dished up in aristocratic homes of the affluent and featured foodie tidbits somewhat than hard meals. The importance was on arrangement and conversation. "High" Tea or "Meat Tea" was the main or "High" meal of the day. It was the main something to eat of the middle and lower classes and consisted of generally full dinner stuff such as roast beef, mashed potatoes, peas, and of course, tea.
But today tea extends its popularity by crossing the barrier of status and generations. So make it a point to 'Piyo More Chai' because it's the mantra of the average Bengalis to increase robustness, health and excellent vigor.

 
     
 
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