Green Tea and Papaya Leaf
Madura Green Tea & Papaya Leaf. Tea quality from any country varies with the seasons. Only through masterful blending can consistency be achieved. The perfect cup of tea starts with the perfect blend of the finest ta available. Madura green tea & papaya leaf is a selection of fine Asian green teas and Maduras own Australian sub tropical estate green teas complemented with dried papaya leaf. Slightly sweeter than green tea, this tea can be consumed hot or cold, throughout the day, any time of the year. Tea contains antioxidants, some of which are unique to tea. Averaging 2.8% caffeine by dry weight. Kosher accredited. 20 individually sealed tea bags
Madura Green Tea and Papaya Leaf. Product features:
- A natural beverage. Contains no tannic acid, artificial flavourings, colourings or preservatives. Tea contains antioxidants, some of which are unique to tea
- Independently tested in Australia for purity and caffeine levels to extend protection to our consumers
- Our facilities, processes and teas are Kosher accredited
- Sealed in barrier film on our estate to ensure freshness and quality
- Where practical, we choose recyclable and use recycles packaging
- Formulated and packed in Australia by an Australian family company using meticulously selected imported and local components
Preparation: As we use superior leaf grades, not dusts, please use fresh, slightly cooled, boiled water and brew for 4 minutes, or less, as suits your palate. Taken without milk.
Delicious Green Tea
Green Tea manufacture differs from black tea in that the leaf enzyme is inactivated so that fermentation does not take place. This favourably alters the balance of natural compounds to give a superb drink for all seasons, whether consumed hot or chilled. A dash of lemon, a touch of clove, a slice of fresh ginger, mint or a herb of your choice, all enhance its appeal. Generally, milk is not added.
Green Tea Contains Antioxidants
This tea has strong antioxidant properties. Japanese scientists believe that green tea can inhibit the growth of cancer tumours in humans, but especially cancers of the oesophagus, stomach and intestine. As well as this, it has been found to reduce the incidence of heart disease. The effect of green tea drinking was analysed on 1871 men who lived in Yoshimi, Japan where the most common beverage is green tea. The study found that the tea reduced the incidence of coronary heart disease and cardiovascular diseases in general. It was also shown to improve liver function, therefore providing some protection against liver, colon and lung cancer.
Green Tea and Thermogenesis
Another side effect of drinking green tea appears to as an aid for weight loss. This is due to green teas ability to produce thermo genesis. The body carries 2 types of fat - Brown fat, which sits against the skeleton and yellow fat which collects around our fatty areas and increases as we put weight on. Our brown fat cells act to burn off excess yellow fat when we start to loose weight, an activity that creates heat and is known as Thermo genesis.
Green tea contains a group of components which, it is thought, increase the metabolic activity of brown fat and helps it to burn off yellow fat more quickly.
Many herbalists recommend drinking green tea after meals to protect teeth and gums because it contains high levels of natural fluoride. Green tea contains high levels of the potent antioxidant Polyphenols. This component is what gives green tea its powerful protectant properties. The addition of Papaya leaf compliments the Green tea with its potent healing action on chronic disease conditions.
Naturally free of tannic acid and averaging 97% caffeine free. A blend of Asian Green teas, Madura Australian sub-tropical estate tea, complemented with dried Papaya leaf. Oxygen bleached filter paper, not glued or stapled. Recyclable packaging. A uniquely refreshing beverage. No artificial colouring or preservatives. Formulated and packed in Australia by an Australian family company using meticulously selected imported and local components.
Keep out of reach of children