Tea is a fundamental part of many ancient wellness practices including traditional medicine in China and Ayurveda in India. Modern science has also verified the detoxifying and antioxidant effects of tea. The beverage is widely considered a top 10 superfood for these reasons.
Antioxidants are our body’s defence against pollution and disease. Shown to help prevent sustained illnesses like cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s, these renowned nutrients are prevalent in the tea leaf.
But which teas contain the most antioxidants? We’ve conducted extensive testing on hundreds of teas, with some surprising results.
While green teas predictably come out on top for anti-disease potential, we’ve found that some vitamin-rich herbal brews pack a hefty punch in this area as well. The following TeaCha teas rank among the highest in antioxidant and detoxifying power:
Japanese Sencha is full of healthy antioxidants, polyphenols, which has been shown to assist in the protection of collagen, keeping the skin looking fresh and the joints feeling young.
This caffeine-free tea is all about being healthy. An all-natural herbal infusion known for its detoxification-enhancing properties. Cleanse your body of waste and toxins by stimulating digestion and circulation the natural way. Combining herbs and spices, this tea is a great pair with healthy foods.
No ordinary Lemon Ginger tea, this house blend of ours is soothing, caffeine-free and packed with antioxidant-rich ingredients including orange peels, cinnamon and rooibos. Comforting and reassuring, this herbal delight is the ideal way to finish off your meal.