Jasmine Tea Benefits & Recipe You Should Know


Jasmine is one of the fragrant flowers that are easy to see in the Taiwanese countryside. Even people living in the city will plant jasmine in pots as a small fence. Jasmine can detoxify, and unclog the stomach to improve digestion and eliminate cellulite. Jasmine is even used in some traditional medicine to treat depression, which is an excellent flower. Therefore, many people will convert jasmine into tea.

Taiwan also has its own jasmine industry, which produces large quantities in Huatan Township, Changhua County. Especially in recent years, there has been an emerging scents & essential oils industry, and many small farmers have invested in planting one after another. They began to distill hydrosols, and essential oils and make liposuction balms. This indicates that the application of jasmine is really broad.

In today’s article, we will introduce a detailed analysis of jasmine tea, comprehensively explaining the benefits of jasmine tea, and how to brew jasmine tea. Without further ado, let’s start today’s presentation!


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What is Jasmine Tea?

Jasmine tea is a type of scented tea and reprocessed tea, also known as “fragrant tablets”. The production ingredients are tea leaves and jasmine flowers, which lets off a perfectly paired aroma.

Small jasmine likes high temperatures and it will germinate at about 20 degrees celsius, conceive buds above 25 degrees celsius, and form flower buds between 28 to 33 degrees celsius. The optimum temperature for growth ranges from 22 degrees celsius to 35 degrees celsius. As for jasmine, the flowering period is from May to October in the northern hemisphere.

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What is the Production Process of Jasmine Tea?

Jasmine tea is one of many scented teas, and it is made by using jasmine flowers that are about to bloom but not yet blooming, and added to green tea.

When using different green tea varieties to make scented tea, there will be different jasmine teas. For example, Longjing tea made with jasmine flowers is called Longjing jasmine tea, and roses made with rose flowers is called Longjing rose tea, and so on.

Jasmine tea has the reputation of “in Chinese scented tea, you can smell the smell of spring” as Xian Tao Jasmine will open like a flower when brewing, which can be said to have both visual effects and practical uses.

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Jasmine Tea Benefits

What are the Benefits of Jasmine Tea?

When you have a big meal, jasmine tea can support digestion, reduce fat, and refresh your mouth. Jasmine is also an important raw ingredient for many scented teas and perfumes. For example, when you go to a restaurant, you often order “fragrant tablets”, which is so-called jasmine tea. Combine small jasmin and tea and once the tea has absorbed the fragrance of the small jasmine, sieve the dried flowers. You now have a favourite tea drink of many.

What are the other Uses of Jasmine Tea?

It is believed in Chinese medicine that jasmine can treat bloating, diarrheao, and a feverish body. Therefore, many medicinal herbs related to traditional Chinese medicine have also recorded the effects of jasmine tea. In folk remedies, it is also recorded that jasmine has the effect of relieving cough and reducing phlegm.

Jasmine also plays a role of soothing the soul in Indian and Arabic cultures. They believe that the aroma of jasmine can soothe restless minds, and in Ayurveda traditional medicine, jasmine can be used to treat depression. In German system of aromatherapy reference books, it is also recorded that jasmine can deal with gynecological related problems, such as irregular menstruation, prenatal preparation, and menopausal symptoms. Jasmine is also contained in massage therapy oils and oils for mature skin.

Mood enhancing jasmine tea for body health

The jasmine tea or “fragrant tablets” that we usually drink is made of small jasmine and tea, but now you can also buy high-quality hot-air-dried jasmine buds to make tea which has a near-identical fragrance of jasmine flowers.

In addition to traditional Chinese medicine and some folk records, jasmine tea can clear the stomach, support digestion, and also have anti-aging functions. Drinking jasmine tea can keep your body healthy and keep your mood happy. If you want to boost your spirit, have a cup of tea!

When is the best time to drink jasmine tea?

Studies have confirmed that drinking jasmine tea in the morning has the best effect as when you just get up, the metabolic index is the highest. At this time, catechins can promote metabolism and maintain the metabolic index of the day. Therefore, it is recommended to drink it in the morning.

In addition, you can also drink jasmine tea between meals to enhance metabolism and promote gastrointestinal digestion.

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How to Brew a Cup of Jasmine Tea?

The ingredients of jasmine tea

The steps of jasmine tea:

  1. Put the dried jasmine flowers and tea leaves into a teapot for later use.
  2. Pour in boiling water, soak for about 6 to 8 minutes, and then enjoy it.

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Jasmine tea has always been a very popular type of scented tea. It tastes sweet, smells fragrant, and has many highly desired benefits such as relieving menstrual pain and stress, and enhancing beauty to name a few. It is important to note that people who are prone to insomnia should not drink too often, so as not to affect the quality of sleep, and people with osteoporosis should avoid tea entirely. If you are taking prescription medicine, you should consult with your doctor before consumption!

Adding roses optionally can make the beverage smoother, while adding fruits can relieve heat, or if you wish to achieve a laxative effect, you can add some honey.

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