Tea is the second most consumed beverage worldwide after water. It is also one of the most popular herbal infusions taken regularly by over half the world population. And out of the whole tea-drinking population, about 20 percent are those who take green teas. Green teas come in various forms and products, and all of them generally use the original tea rather than just the flavoring. One of the most famous contemporary tea drinks is the green tea with ginseng.
Green tea with ginseng drinks can now be found almost anywhere in country, produced by many companies. Some people wonder why there is a need to fuse green tea and ginseng, for both have their own range of health benefits, sufficient enough to keep us strong and vital for all sorts of activities.
Fusion of Benefits
Green tea, as we know, contains the highest level of polyphenols of all tea, which act as antioxidants that may actually prevent the growth of cancer cells in addition to preserving our body’s natural health and beauty. Green tea also has the ability to lower cholesterol levels in our body, prevent hardening of the arteries, ischemic heart disease, and other cardiovascular diseases, atherosclerosis, cancer, arthritis, and many other aging-related illnesses. At the same time, this green tea can also be used to increase energy levels and promote fat oxidation, and consequently used as a tool in weight control. Finally, green tea in addition contains fluoride and aluminum that may be useful in fighting tooth decay.
Ginseng, on the other hand, helps to build stamina so your body can adapt to stress better. It is generally used everywhere around the world as a general tonic and energy booster for vitality. Many Chinese and Korean ginsengs are good for men, because they carry masculine energy, while the American ginseng carries feminine energy.
Together, the green tea with ginseng fusion makes a better drink for all. Commercially, most of the makers of these green tea with ginseng drinks do not add much sugar, and so produce drinks that have zero calories and no carbonation. This makes them an even better choice for people who are seeking a really healthy drink, especially within the tea or ginseng range respectively.
This new infusion of herbs is not really very innovative. Some reports say that this was once done in Japan, where green tea is very famous for this very combination -- green tea with ginseng is nothing new there, and it has been believed that this fusion was in fact a great gift of nature.