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Introduction

Green tea is very popular everywhere around the world because it is very efficient in providing the human body with many kinds of health benefits. It is very beneficial in preventing cancer, lowering the blood pressure, boosting the immune system and reducing hypertension. Most qualities and properties which are usually attributed to green tea can also be associated with certain other varieties of tea, especially oolong tea. The main difference between oolong tea and green tea is in the way they get processed once the harvesting is done. They both come from the same plant whose botanical name is camellia sinensis which is known for its powerful natural antioxidant properties. Antioxidant substances are of utmost importance when it comes to fighting the free radicals, reducing the severity and amount of damage they cause to the human body and significantly lowering the risk of certain severe medical conditions such as cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia and deafness. The most potent antioxidants include polyphenols, flavanoids and catechins.

Comparing the Benefits of Tea Types

The production of oolong tea involves the intentional oxidation of its leaves for a short while after they have been picked. The process makes the leaves become a little darker. Green tea production does not involve the process of oxidation. When the tea leaves are fresh they include plenty of catechins, but when they get oxidized the catechin levels get reduced significantly. On the other hand, the process of oxidation incrases the levels of thearubigins and theaflavins in the tea leaves. These substances are known for their strong anti cancer, anti inflammatory and anti allergenic properties.

Oolong Tea Health Benefits

Oolong tea is slowly gaining popularity because more and more people discover the multiple health benefits it provides.  It can be of great help for all those who suffer from certain medical conditions such as type 2 diabetes and eczema. People who suffer from various kinds of allergic reactions may also find oolong tea to be very beneficial because catechin has very potent anti allergic qualities. Oolong tea can also come in very handy when it comes to prevention and treatment of various sorts of bacterial infections. It can also come in very handy for all those who suffer from dental caries or obesity. Oolong tea is also very efficient in preventing certain types of cancer as it commonly acts against the occurrence of hepatocarcinogenesis.

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