Health Benefits of Oolong Tea

The Health Benefits of Oolong Tea

Oolong Tea produces a moderating effect by settling the spirit and calming the mind. It helps adjust and balance the internal body environment so as to prepare it for any future external environmental changes like the colder weather of winter. It helps settle the mind from the outward excitements of summer preparing for the brisker days of autumn. It is drunk when the weather is neither too hot nor too cold. 

With its semi-fermented nature, Oolong can help break down fat molecules into smaller elements to aid in better digestion. Drunk in accordance with heavier fatty meals, this tea will help detoxify and neutralise acidity in the stomach. It also has antibacterial properties that assist in the elimination of fungus and bacteria that can thrive within acidic conditions of the body.

Oolong strengthens the Lung functions, soothes the bronchial passages and relieves coughs. Like the lungs, the skin is  connected to the external environment. Complications such as eczema, spots and wrinkles are caused by excess heat trying to escape but can be cooled and tempered by drinking Oolong.

Some people will drink Oolong after work in the late afternoon to help centre themselves after the demanding activities of the day. It is however best to drink Oolong during the day and taper off its consumption into the night.

Oolong helps produce an alkaline environment where bacteria, fungus and other toxic organisms find it hard to manifest. It is a stimulant that is completely safe, enhancing brain function, alertness and focus.