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  Blooming puerh tea — or pu’er tea — is a unique type of fermented tea that’s traditionally made in the Yunnan Province of China.

This is a special tea that the longer it is kept, the better it is for health.It’s made from the leaves of a tree known as the “wild old tree,” which grows in the region.Although there are other types of fermented tea like kombucha, pu-erh tea is different because the leaves themselves are fermented rather than the brewed tea.

Blooming puerh tea is usually sold in compressed “cakes” of tea leaves but can be sold as loose tea also.


1. Blooming puerh tea help decreases blood sugar levels


According to the National Diabetes Statistics Report, 2020, 34.2 million Americans have diabetes, while 88 million American adults are in the pre-diabetic stage. Also, new type 1 and type 2 diabetes cases have increased among Americans younger than 20 years.

An anti-diabetic drug named “Acarbose” or “Precose” is typically used to treat pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes mellitus. But this drug usually comes with many side effects, including diarrhea and excessive flatulence (having gas).

In 2015, the 5th issue of the journal Food & Function published a report, stating that blooming puerh tea polysaccharide (PTPS) can be a much better alternative to acarbose.

After conducting preliminary experiments on mice, the researchers found that PTPS might suppress blood glucose, especially alpha-glucosidase, better than acarbose can. These findings prove that blooming puerh tea benefits diabetes maintenance.

2. Blooming puerh tea help promotes skin health

There are several blooming puerh tea benefits for skin. For instance, puerh tea reduces the effects of sun damage on your skin to keep it healthy. The loss of elastin in your skin makes the skin age, but blooming puerh tea protects the elastin as well.

Plus, the antimicrobial and antioxidant characteristics of blooming puerh tea make it an excellent ingredient of anti-aging products and skincare cosmetics.

A 2019 study examined and analyzed the antioxidant and antibacterial capacities of raw and ripened blooming puerh tea. For this purpose, they used hydro-alcoholic and aqueous extracts of both the tea types.

The results were promising – both ripened and raw blooming puerh extracts suppress the growth of S. aureus (dangerous bacteria that can cause skin infections). That’s why drinking blooming puerh tea regularly may clear up acne and purify your skin.



3. Blooming puerh tea help reduces anxiety

Anxiety disorders affect around 18.1% of the American population every year. So, it’s no surprise that anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S.

When you experience minor aches and pains from being stressed out, blooming puerh tea can help you relax and reduce stress in the process.

In fact, puerh tea contains phytochemicals like gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), which has relaxing effects and contributes to lower stress levels. Enjoy a soothing cup of blooming puerh tea daily to help relieve stress, and sleep soundly throughout the night.

4.Blooming puerh tea help reduces obesity and aids in weight loss


Another of the health benefits of blooming puerh tea is that it makes your body stop producing higher fat levels. In this way, it suppresses the synthesis of fatty acids. So, if you combine regular exercise and a healthy diet with blooming puerh tea consumption, you may be able to lose weight.

In 2019, a group of scientists determined that swinging exercise, along with blooming puerh tea containing theabrownin, can reduce obesity in rats. The rats were fed a diet high in salts, fat, and sugar. Some of these rats were made to do swinging exercises for 30 minutes daily, while the others didn’t exercise at all.

The blooming puerh theabrownin was found to prevent insulin resistance and obesity in the rats. In turn, the dopamine levels in the rats increased after the swinging exercise.

Another study in 2019 suggested drinking blooming puerh tea benefits weight loss as well as helping reduce obesity. Researchers induced some mice with a high-fat diet, which made the animals obese and increased their body weight as well as liver and adipose tissue weight.

Next, the researchers administered blooming puerh tea to the mice for 22 weeks. The results showed that the blooming puerh tea treatment had significantly reduced the body weight, adipose weight, and liver weight of the mice.

Moreover, blooming puerh tea regulated fatty acid (FA) metabolism in obesity. These findings, the researchers hoped, would lead to new therapeutic approaches towards treating obesity.


5. Filters toxins

Traditional Chinese medicine has been using blooming puerh tea to help the stomach and the spleen filter toxins throughout the body. By clearing out toxins, the simple sugars and microorganisms in blooming puerh tea cleanse your blood.

Puerh tea also contains plenty of natural compounds that help deliver increased oxygen levels to your brain and other body parts.

This enhances blood circulation, allowing blooming puerh tea to reduce free radicals that can otherwise cause serious illnesses. And the better the blood flow, the better will be your overall health!

6. Blooming puerh tea improves bone health

As you age, your bones become weak and brittle, leading to a condition named osteoporosis. In severe cases, you may even get hospitalized due to this bone condition.

Bones may weaken due to several reasons, like a lack of essential minerals and vitamins (including vitamin D and calcium), hormonal changes brought about during menopause, or just plain inactivity.

In 2017, scientists in China experimented to determine whether Puerh tea extract (PTE) can reduce ovariectomy-induced osteoporosis in female Wistar rats. For this reason, various concentrations of PTE and distilled water were administered to the rats for 13 weeks.

The scientists analyzed the femoral bone mineral density (BMD) and bone biomechanical properties of the rats, among other things.

Thirteen weeks later, they found that the rats’ PTE treatment had maintained steady amounts of phosphorus and calcium, apart from improving bone biomechanical properties and femoral BMD. This experiment proved that puerh tea can reduce osteoporosis in rats and suppress the formation of bone-degrading cells.


7. Blooming puerh tea protects against gastric mucosal injury

In 2018, some scientists studied whether puerh tea extracts can protect against ethanol-induced gastric mucosal damage in Sprague Dawley rats.

The rats’ groups were treated with either distilled water, green tea powder, or puerh tea extracts for 14 days.

Then, the scientists orally administered absolute ethanol to all the rats. What they found was astonishing – the anti-gastric ulcer activity of puerh tea was more than that of green tea.

The puerh tea extracts also suppressed the formation of gastric lesions in the rats. These effects showed that puerh tea plays a role in protecting the gastric mucus layer.

8. Has anti-Inflammatory properties

Some compounds, like neoechinulin A and asperglaucide, are found in high amounts in both ripened and raw puerh tea. Microbes involved in puerh’s fermentation process produce these compounds, which are known to have anti-inflammatory properties.

For example, researchers in 2016 found that the anti-inflammatory effects of asperglaucide prevent cartilage from getting degraded.


9. Lowers cholesterol

In a study conducted in 2018, researchers determined that drinking puerh tea reduces atherosclerosis (the buildup of fats and cholesterol on the walls of your arteries).

For 6 weeks, a standard chow diet was fed to mice, and after that time, the mice were switched to a diet containing 0.15% cholesterol and 21% fat. The researchers also administered puerh tea to the mice for 8-16 weeks.

They found that puerh tea consumption not only minimizes early fatty streak formation, but also reduces the sizes of advanced fibrofatty plaques.




10. Protects the nervous system

The nerve cells inside your brain release a very powerful neurotransmitter called “glutamate”. It plays a vital role in your learning, perception, and memory.

But an excessive amount of glutamate leads to massive brain damage, which stops your brain from processing relevant information.

A 2016 study, though, proved that puerh tea has beneficial effects on the nervous system.

For instance, in the survey, puerh tea relieved rat epilepsy, protected neural cells from necrosis, and reduced the expression of metabotropic glutamate receptor 5 (mGluR5) in the hippocampus (a part of your brain that regulates learning, memory, motivation, and emotion).

The researchers of the study concluded that puerh tea is a natural neuroprotective agent.

Puerh Tea Side Effects and Precautions

Even though puerh tea contains lower caffeine levels than other types of tea, consuming too much caffeine may cause headaches, dizziness, diarrhea, heartburn, insomnia, and other side effects.

More importantly, please keep in mind that if you’re suffering from any of the above health conditions, like high cholesterol or diabetes, you shouldn’t use puerh tea as a substitute for standard treatment. It’s always better to consult your physician first.

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