This refers to earl grey tea. However, one can speak of its benefits only if the drink is not just flavored, according to experts, this tea should include oil from the peel of the plant.
This tea is rich in catechins that are antioxidants. They can protect from certain oral infections. Besides, fluoride in earl grey tea helps protect teeth and prevent tooth decay.
The drink can help reduce intestinal inflammation. Due to its soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, this tea has long been used for cramps and nausea. Its antioxidant and antibacterial action may also prevent intestinal infections, scientists say.
Earl grey tea is also associated with lowering the levels of triglycerids in the body, which are directly linked to heart attack, stroke, and atherosclerosis. This is partly due to antioxidants present in tea, which reduce oxidative stress and plaque buildup. The research shows that bergamot contains enzymes called hydroxymethylglutarylflavonones (HMGFs) that break down proteins that cause heart disease.
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