Weight: 80 g (2.82 oz).
Includes: Tea Leaves, Packing Bag.
Quality Guarantee Period: 24 Months.
Bi Luo Chun Tea and Health
Ever since tea was discovered, it has been thought to have wide-ranging health benefits and it is interesting that modern research is proving that many of the claims made over the centuries are in fact true. Tea's most obvious asset is that it is a completely natural product and contains no artificial coloring, preservatives, or flavorings (except, of course, additional flower, fruit, or spice flavorings in scented teas), it is also virtually calorie-free if taken without milk or sugar, and can play a major role in maintaining bodily fluid balance.
Since tea naturally contains fluoride, it can strengthen tooth enamel and help reduce the formation plaque by controlling bacteria in the mouth. It thus acts as a defense against gum disease.
Animal research suggests that the consumption of Bi Luo Chun Tea may reduce the risk of cancer - particularly lung, colon, and skin cancer. Also It is thought that components in black tea may have an antioxidant effect, helping to prevent the formation of cancer - inducing substances in body cells.
Various research programs conducted over the last few years indicate tea's possible benefits against heart disease, stroke, and thrombosis. The reason for this is thought to be because the caffeine in tea acts as a gentle stimulant to the heart and circulatory system, and thus helps to keep the walls of the blood vessels soft, so reducing the likelihood of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). It is also thought that the polyphenols in tea help to inhibit the absorption of cholesterol into the blood stream and help to prevent the formation of blood clots.
The caffeine in Bi Luo Chun Tea can increase concentration, alertness, and accuracy, and enhances the senses of taste and smell. It also stimulates the digestive juices and the metabolism, including the kidneys and liver, thus helping to eliminate toxins and other unwanted substances from the body.
Biluochun in the top-putting brewing method with glass
Preparation of tea sets / glass, tea props, tea holder, tea basin, and tea towel.
Preparation of water / about 80°C boiled water after cooling.
Selection of tea / Dongting Biluochun.
1. Use a teaspoon to put the proper amount of tea leaves into the tea holder.
2. Inject a small amount of hot water into the glass, then hand the bottom of the cup, slowly rotate the cup so that the upside and downside of the cup maintain the same temperature, then pour water into the tea basin.
3. Pour water in the glass to about 7/10 cup.
4. Put tea with a teaspoon in the tea holder to the glass gently.
5. After absorption of water, Biluochun gradually sink, flying like dance, which is quite enjoyable.
1 Much pekoe in Biluochun leads scrambled pekoe in the tea soup.
2 The water temperature at 80 °C is ok. You can estimate the water temperature by hand. Hold the glass with hands for a long time and you can feel hot but not burned. It is about 80°C.
3 Biluochun is made from fresh tea buds，so there is much scrambled pekoe. Experts say "the more tea buds, ，the higher quality tea". After short time of scrambled pekoe, the tea turns clear and green.