This tea is rich in flavonoids, antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins. According to health experts, adding some hand-rolled green tea makes it healthier. According to studies conducted by Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, Polyphenols in green tea prohibits the reproduction of cancer cells. Also, it is rich in selenium, a vital mineral that helps maintain thyroid function and regulates hormones and metabolism. Sneha concludes, “Rice is good for skin. It keeps the skin supple and helps prevent wrinkling. And when made the traditional way, this tea has zero caffeine content, so you can drink as many cups as you want.” (Image: istock)
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