Proper drinking time
In the west most people think that there is no especially good time or season to drink different types of tea – perhaps with the exception of avoiding high caffeine teas in the evening. However in China, teas form an integral part of Chinese traditional medicine and that suggests that there are definite benefits from drinking teas that are appropriate for each season.
Spring – scented teas
Summer – green teas
Autumn – Oolong and White teas
Winter – Black and Pu’erh teas
If you are interested in the thinking behind the role of teas in traditional Chinese medicine, we give you a short outline below of the thinking behind why the different teas are best suited for different seasons, plus the general thoughts on the individual benefits of each tea.
Full information through here: http://www.teavivre.com/info/proper-drinking-time/
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