Medicinal properties CA

Theophylline contained in tea, is included with some medication, which is prescribed by the doctors for the treatment of bronchial asthma, chronic obstructive bronchitis and other lung diseases that are accompanied by spasms of the bronchi, as well as short stops in breathing during night sleep (apnea).

Strong tea has more indications for the therapeutic use than coffee. Therefore, those who do not like or can not tolerate coffee, can use tea, unlike coffee, does it dramatically enhances cardiac function and so raises blood pressure. The reason is that the caffeine of tea, being partially associated with tannin, slowly released when ingested. Tea with

theophylline, stimulates the excretion of urine and the secretion of gastric juice, increases thermogenesis in the body. Therefore, by the way, at a high temperature body strong tea is contraindicated. The same theophylline is able to expand in the lungs, the bronchi, therefore, strong tea, if you have no appropriate medication, can relieve unexpressed asthma attacks.

The studies found that people with high cholesterol in the blood can lower its 6.5% if daily for 4 weeks to drink 5 servings of black tea (at the rate of 700 mg of dry tea per serving). Therefore, people suffering from atherosclerosis and other diseases with increased levels of cholesterol it makes sense to increase the consumption of black tea in your diet. And long-term (within 12 weeks) application

green tea patients with diabetes mellitus of the 2nd type, receiving insulinstimulated pills helps increase compared with the same patients, not addicted tea) insulin levels while decreasing glycated hemoglobin, characterizing the severity of diabetes. Thus, regular inclusion of green tea in the diet of a diabetic patient may be useful in the General range of therapeutic interventions to improve the condition of affected vessels, increase tissue sensitivity to insulin, reducing inflammation of the pancreas.

Strong tea is useful in colitis with diarrhea, but it can also cause and exacerbate the constipation, so the tendency to last strong tea unwanted. There is evidence that strong tea inhibits the growth of bacteria BL of the genus Helicobacter (Helicobacter pylori), thereby preventing the development of gastritis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. Black tea prevents and stops the growth of bacteria, leading to formation of teeth cavities, and neutralize substances that contribute to the formation of plaque and Tartar that can successfully deal with such diseases of the teeth and gums, as caries and periodontitis.

In the experiment on animals when modeling lung cancer, prostate cancer and certain other types of tumors found that FLA-woody tea and other herbal products are able to stop metastasis (penetration) of cancer cells into surrounding tissue and organs of the human body. Therefore, one of the compulsory courses in Oncology must be of good quality strong tea.

Tannin in tea, binding iron, may contribute to anemia if you drink it during or soon after eating, so, by the way, strong tea can not drink iron supplements and most drugs. And if a strong tea should be limited with increased nervous excitability, insomnia, palpitations, extremely high blood pressure, weakly brewed tea in these diseases can drink it without any restrictions.

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