Dr. Nyarkotey’s Tea

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May 13, 2014

Dr. Nyarkotey’s Tea

Preventive medicine is the Hallmark of Dr. Nyarkotey at R N G Research Lab.  Dr. Nyarkotey’s tea with the ingredient Hibiscus Sabdarrifa. Water has zero antioxidants, what beverage could be better than actually eating green tea leaves? Matcha has met its match. In terms of antioxidant power, the healthiest thing to drink on the planet earth appears to be… hibiscus tea! So like red zinger blows everything else out of the water.

Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world, other than water. Even in the United States, which is typically considered a coffee-drinking nation, tea can be found in 80 percent of all households, according to the Tea Association of the USA.

Although DR. Nyarkotey still believe that pure water should make up the majority of your daily fluid intake, it’s becoming increasingly clear that high-quality tea has numerous health benefits to offer.

Among them is growing evidence that the polyphenols in tea, which include EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) and many others, are protective against cancer. In this most recent study, women under 50 who drank three or more cups of tea a day had a 37 percent reduced risk of developing breast cancer.

Other studies have also highlighted tea’s potential to fight skin cancer, ovarian cancer, colon cancer, and prostate cancer, and compelling evidence suggests that the Hibiscus tea contains more antioxidant than the  green tea are even more effective at fighting the progression of cancer than the antioxidants found in red wine and grapes.

So if you enjoy sipping on a hot (or cold) cup of tea, you may be giving your body some extra protection against cancer. And that’s not all.

Scoparia Dulcis: According to the Purdue University Leaves and stems are used for diabetes. Also according to Mishra et al their research overall data potentiates the traditional value of Scoparia dulcis as an antidiabetic drug.

 

Tea’s Benefits Extend to Your Entire Body

Tea was discovered in 2737 BC by Shen-Nung, the Chinese Emperor known as the “Divine Healer.” According to the Tea Association of the USA, legend has it that tea leaves accidentally blew into the Emperor’s pot of boiling water, and the rest is history.

For nearly 5,000 years since, tea has been regarded by many cultures as a powerful health tonic. As one Chinese proverb says:

“Drinking a daily cup of tea will surely starve the apothecary.”

For instance, the beneficial properties in tea have been known to:

  • Neutralize the effects to your body of harmful fats and oils
  • Inhibit bacteria and viruses such as HIV, hepatitis, and herpes
  • Improve digestion
  • Protect against oxidation in your brain and liver
  • Help promote healthy gums

Tea may also improve exercise performance, increase fat oxidation and prevent obesity, as it’s known to have a regulatory effect on fat metabolism. And drinking tea has been linked to:

  • Improved mental alertness and slowing of brain-cell degeneration
  • Lower blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels
  • Reduced blood pressure
  • Lower risk of breast, colon, lung, ovarian and prostate cancers
  • Protection again type 2 diabetes
  • Reduced risk of heart attack and stroke