Each medicine is the only medicine for a specific disease, but tea is the medicine for all causes, Chen Zang, famous Chinese pharmacist in the Tang dynasty (618-6907 A.D.). Tea is a universal drink renowned for its good flavor and medicinal properties that promote physical and mental well-being. You can prepare several herbs, leaves, dried fruits and other natural herbal ingredients, but for purposes of this article from now on we will refer to the tea as the infusion of the leaves and buds of the tea Bush (Camellia sinensis). The leaves and buds of Camellia sinensis are collected and processed to produce the different varieties of tea black, green, white, decafeinado, organic oolong and pu-erh. Black tea manufacturing begins with the process of drying of the leaves, either naturally or with hot air. After drying, the leaves pass between rollers to squeeze out juices and hitting him for breaking the leaves.
Then hover and are fermented to achieve the quality of the final product. Then, there are dry, graduation and classify the fermented tea to package it. Green tea is prepared by heating the leaves, either with steam or hot dishes, leaves apisonan with roller, heat up and apisonan again to achieve the desired quality. It does not require fermentation and why its flavor is much fresher than other types of tea. White tea is from China and is made of more delicate shoots of Bush, Sun-dried. Considered the most prestigious of the tea and delicate. The most desired decafeinado tea uses the process of CO2, a process where the natural carbon dioxide removes the caffeine and allows that tea leaf retain more flavor, resulting in a higher grade tee.
Another 100% natural process uses pure water. This process does not require chemicals and removes over 99% of the caffeine content. Oolong tea carries a short fermentation process that puts you between green tea and black tea.