Oolong Tea is a kind of semi-fermented tea, characterized by green in the leaf center and red around edge, and commonly known as the tea with green leaf and red edge. Oolong tea is mainly produced in Fujian, Guangdong, Taiwan and Zhejiang, China and is generally named after the origin of tea trees, such as Tieguanyin, Da hong pao, Oolong, Daffodil, Dan fir and so on. It is mellow like black tea, but tastes more astringent than the general black tea; It is fresh and cool like green tea but does not have the astringent taste of general green tea. Its aroma is strong and abiding, leaving sweet taste after drinking. Oolong tea has many effects effect such as invigorating, digestion promotion, anti-dysentery, solution heat, and alcohol relieving. At the beginning of the qing dynasty, it was exported to Europe, America and other countries, and now it is the favorite drink of Japanese.
Compared with black tea and green tea, oolong tea can not only stimulate the activity of pancreatic lipolysis enzyme, reducing
the absorption of sugar and fat from food, but also accelerate the increase of body heat production, promoting fat burning
and reducing the accumulation of abdominal fat.
Oolong tea contains more than 450 organic chemical constituents and more than 40 inorganic mineral elements. There are many nutrients and medicinal ingredients contained in the organic chemical constituents and inorganic mineral elements in Oolong tea.
Organic chemical components mainly include: tea polyphenols, vegetable bases, proteins, amino acids, vitamins, pectin, organic acids, lipopolysaccharides, sugars, enzymes, pigments and so on.
In addition, oolong tea also contains catechin and various amino acids. Inorganic mineral elements mainly include: potassium, calcium, magnesium, cobalt, iron,manganese, aluminum, sodium, zinc, copper, nitrogen, phosphorus, fluorine, and so on.
Unfavorable meals in serving together with：
1. Oolong tea + white sugar: Leading to reducing Oolong tea's nutritional value.
2. Oolong tea + mutton: Causing possible constipation.
1. Slowing down aging
2. Reducing hematic fat
3. Weight loss
4. Beautifying and skin care
5. Refreshing mind
6. Protecting teeth and eyesight
Tips 1. It is not suitable for drinking upon empty stomach, otherwise it may cause hunger, dizz or vomit, which is said as "drunk in tea".
2. Do not drink before going to bed, or it will be difficult to sleep.
3. Cold Oolong tea is not suitable for drinking, or it may adverse to the stomach.
patients with hypertension, hyperlipidemia and coronary heart disease.
Contraindication: Forbidden for people in anaemia, neurasthenia and constipation.