Black tea belongs to the category of fully fermented teas. The content of tea polyphenols is low and the irritation is weak. It is suitable for people with weaker physique or older people to drink. Especially in the cold winter, adding sugar and milk to black tea will taste sweet and mellow without irritation, which can increase calories and supplement nutrition. However, because black tea is warm in nature, it is not suitable for people with physique of getting angry. People with this physique who drink black tea for a long time will become weak in the stomach, produce heart palpitations, and slow the body’s absorption rate of calcium.
Green tea is bitter and cold in nature and has the effects of clearing heat, diuresis, and aiding digestion. People with strong physique and easy to get angry, such as dry mouth, bitter mouth, sore mouth, sore throat, etc., can drink green tea appropriately. However, green tea is cold in nature and has a certain irritation to the intestines and stomach, so people with cold stomach and gastric ulcer should not drink it.
Because raw tea is a large-leaf species in Yunnan, it retains more of the nature of the tea, and has the effects of cleansing the stomach, lowering fat, refreshing, lowering blood pressure, and losing weight. The raw tea is cold in nature, so people with weak and cold physique should not drink it often. In addition, do not drink raw tea when you are fasting or hungry, otherwise the legendary “tea drunk” phenomenon will appear.
White tea is similar to Pu’er raw tea, and retains more of the nature of tea. People with cold body are not suitable for long-term drinking.
Kuding tea has a heavy coldness, and people with weak and cold constitutions often drink it, which can damage the body’s yang. It is more suitable for people with high blood pressure and obese physique.
Oolong tea is a semi-fermented tea, which is slightly cold and cool, suitable for people with calm constitution. However, it depends on individual circumstances. Some older people may be more angry, while young people have weak spleen and stomach. Therefore, we cannot generalize.
To judge whether tea is suitable for you, you can observe whether there are abnormalities in your body after drinking it. Unsuitability can be manifested in two symptoms: one is that the gastrointestinal tract is unbearable, and people have poor gastrointestinal function. Drinking cold tea is prone to symptoms such as abdominal pain or stomach pain, loose stools; the second is dizziness, weak hands and feet, and light mouth. . If you feel better and have a better appetite after trying a certain tea, you can continue to drink it. If you really have no choice, you can try to drink peaceful black tea first, which is relatively safer.