jasmine tea in a glass mug benefits

I drink a lot of tea, and I mean a lot.  I have recently been trying different teas such as berry, green tea and jasmine so I get a hot drink and not so much caffeine.

It got me thinking what are the benefits of jasmine tea and I was quite impressed with what I found out.

Jasmine tea is green tea blended with Jasmine.  Jasmine tea is high in catechins which are antioxidants and drinking this tea offers health benefits too.

There is still some caffeine in green tea but not as much as ordinary tea so for me it’s definitely a step in the right direction for reducing my caffeine intake.

Benefits of Jasmine Tea:

The aroma of jasmine coupled with the digestive properities and benefits of green tea makes it a great beverage if you are feeling stressed or wanting to relax prior to going to sleep.

Cold remedy aid:
The tea contains antiviral and antibacterial properties which can help fight and prevent or speed up ailments.

Circulation benefits:
It can help blood circulation which can also reduce the risk of high blood pressure as well as strokes.

It can help reduce the bad cholesterol and prevent build up of it too, thus reducing the risk of heart diesease.

Your gut:
It can improve digestion and gastrointestinal disorders with jasmines great antioxident properites.

Slow down ageing:
All those great antioxidents fight off free radicals and can slow down the aging process.  Stay looking young naturally!

Reduce the risk of cancer:
Along with a healthy lifestyle pack in some jasmine tea which previously mentioned is full of antioxidents.

Weight loss:
Helps metabolism, circulation and muscle aches and pains so be healthy and fit whilst drinking jasmine tea for all those extra benefits.

Packed with antioxidants & anti-inflammatory properties:
Great for joint pain and arthritis, your nerves, stress, discomfort, digestions, your skin and can regulate insulin production and blood sugar levels.

As with anything, drink jasmine tea in moderation, a few cups a day and if you are pregnant leave it until after the baby.




This information has been collated from several resources online.  I am no medical expert and drinking Jasmine tea has benefits.  There is a lot of detailed information available online for further reading however, I like a quick read and succinct points that I don’t have to spend too long reading!