During ancient times, the Chinese have studied and proved the medicinal properties and benefits of green tea. It is found that green tea has many health benefits compared to other food or drinks. It is used by the Chinese people to cure simple headaches to depression. Green tea had been used as medicine for 4,000 years proving only that it is one of the most common remedy among many illnesses.
- Green tea Increases metabolism
- Green tea contains powerful antioxidants
- Studies have shown that green tea reduces the risk of having cancer by inhibiting the growth of cancer cells especially on the colon, pancreas, rectum, bladder, esophagus, and stomach without harming healthy cells
- Studies have shown that green tea is helpful for those who have rheumatoid arthritis
- Studies have shown that green tea may reduce the risk of having hypertension and elevated blood pressure
- Studies have shown that green tea may reduce the cholesterol level in the body
- Green Tea helps the body to fight viruses and bacteria by improving the defense action of the immune system
- Green Tea reduces the process of thrombosis which helps reduce heart attacks and strokes
- Green Tea helps in reducing fatigue and stress due to its calming action
- Green Tea helps fight cardio vascular diseases
- Green tea is also known for its antibacterial anti-viral properties
- Green tea comes from Camelia sinesis plant
- What sets green tea apart from other tea is the way it is processed; green tea leaves are steamed which prevents the important contents from being oxidized
- New evidence suggests that green tea helps dieters by eliminating fat from the body and helps the body burn more calories compared to caffeine or a placebo
- Green tea can even help prevent tooth decay
Caffeine is the ingredient found in green tea that is not good for dogs. DO NOT feed any tea with caffeine to dogs. It has been known to be deadly.
Long Dog Tea Co. Does not recommend or suggest feeding tea of any sorts to dogs.