2g x 25 tea bags (1.76 oz)
Recommended Intake: Pour 1 cup of boiling water over one teabag. Steep it for 5-10 minutes. Flavour at will.
White tea is made of the the youngest, still slightly fluffy shoots of tea-plants; these shoots contain more polifenol that is an excellent antioxidant. It provides efficient protection against free radicals generated in the body, those fracture the cell wall structure and cell constituent parts, and those are responsible for oxidation-related ageing process.
A study at Pace University in 2004 showed white tea had more anti-viral and anti-bacterial qualities than green tea.*
White tea contains higher catechin levels than green tea due to its lack of processing. Catechin concentration is greatest in fresh, unbroken and unfermented tea leaves. Furthermore, one study examining the composition of brewed green and white teas found that white tea contained more gallic acid and theobromine.*
Caffeine content of green and white teas are similar, though both depend on factors such as the variety of tea, the cut of the leaf, and the length and method of steeping.
White tea contains less fluoride than green tea, since it is made from young leaves only.*
* source: Wikipedia
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