10 Best Health Benefits of Jasmine Tea

10 Best Health Benefits of Jasmine Tea

Jasmine Tea is known for delighting senses with perfumed, sweet aroma and blossoms which have many health benefits. The article has been divided into below sections to understand the health benefits if Jasmine Green Tea.


Best Health Benefits of Jasmine Tea

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1. What Is Jasmine Tea?

Jasmine tea is actually a base tea scented with the aroma of jasmine flower or blossoms (Reference - Jasmine Tea, Wikipedia, Retrieved on 1 January 2024). Usually, the jasmine flower is used with green tea as a base but black tea, white tea, and oolong tea are also quite used as jasmine tea bases. The flavour of jasmine tea is highly fragrant and subtly sweet. It is the most scented tea in China. Sipping just a cup of jasmine tea calms down the senses and helps the body to rejuvenate. (Reference - Health Benefits of Jasmine Tea, Times of India, Retrieved on 1 January 2024). Jasmine Tea is also used as the base tea for making Bubble tea and the resulting tea is called Jasmine Milk Tea

Jasmine Tea benefits on the mind

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2. What is the history of Jasmine Tea?

Jasmine tea gained popularity in China when the Ming Dynasty was crazy about florals. Jasmine floral patterns covered paintings, tableware, porcelain, embroidery in the society. That’s when tea made of Jasmine became the first beverage exported to the Western World in the 1800s. Although China is believed to have popularised Jasmine Tea, it’s origin lies in the Middle East countries - Persia, Iran, Pakistan and regions of Himalayas. (Reference - Benefits of Jasmine Tea, Cup And Leaf, Retrieved on 1 January 2024). When Bubble Te was invented in Taiwan and brought to China, the Chinese tea lovers made Bubble tea out of the jasmine tea thus making Jasmine Milk Tea.

3. What is the caffeine content of Jasmine Tea?

Jasmine tea and Jasmine pearl tea are completely free of calories and contain only 5-10 per cent caffeine content as compared to a cup of coffee. If jasmine tea is mixed with Boba pearls and made as Jasmine milk tea, then calories will increase depending on the amount of boba balls added. 

History of Jasmine Tea

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4. What are the health benefits of Jasmine Tea?

There are many benefits of using This Jasmine Teas Below are the some Benefits of  Using this Tea.

4.1 Power of Anti-Oxidants

The most applauded benefits of Jasmine tea is the presence of high anti-oxidants in this scented, delicate flavoured tea. Jasmine has a powerful plant-based compound known as catechins, a class of polyphenols, which act as anti-oxidants (Reference - Jasmine Tea Benefits, Healthline, Retrieved on 18 April). These antioxidants protect your cells against the free radicals that can cause cancer, heart disease, and other health conditions.

4.2 Weight Loss

While everyone is looking for a faster way to lose weight easily and quickly, there is no magic trick that can do it all. Jasmine tea is a good addition to the list of many things you can do to lose those extra pounds. A study published in The Cochrane Database of Systematic Review in 2012, revealed that the antioxidants properties of Jasmine Green Tea help to increase the system metabolism. (Reference - Jasmine Green Tea for Weight Loss, NCBI, Retrieved on 18 April). If you are looking to lose weight, then you should avoid taking Jasmine Milk Tea, which is basically the bubble tea made with jasmine tea base.

4.3 Protects Heart Health

Maintaining a healthy heart is very important not only for a longer life but also for a quality life. Jasmine Green tea contains polyphenols in abundance which prevents the formation of plaques on the artery walls. The bad cholesterol i.e LDL cholesterol leads to enlarged veins and arteries that lead to blood clots, strokes, and heart attacks. Jasmine tea helps in reducing this bad cholesterol, thus reducing the chances of heart disease. (Reference - Incredible Benefits of Jasmine Tea, Femina, Retrieved on 1 January 2024). 

Disclaimer: If you have an existing heart condition, please consult a doctor. Don’t consider Jasmine Tea as the treatment and take it as one of the additive.

4.4 Relieves Stress

Jasmine Tea has a very unique, pleasing and delicate aroma. This aroma comes from the blending of green, black or white tea with the jasmine petals over and over again. The aroma of jasmine has been known to have a sedative effect and know to relax or improve the mood (Reference - Sedative Effects of Jasmine Tea, NCBI, Retrieved on 1 January 2024). This calming effect is quite beneficial for stress-induced high blood pressure as well. 

4.5 Prevents Gastrointestinal Disorders

Jasmine Green Tea is rich in polyphenolic compounds, with catechins as its major component. These compounds have a positive effect on the digestive system. The anti-oxidants produced, interact well with the gastrointestinal enzymes to promote healthy bowel function (Reference - Health Benefits of Jasmine Tea, OrganicFacts, Retrieved on 18 April)

4.6 Prevents very harmful disease Protection

The plant-based compounds polyphenols present in Jasmine Green Tea is known to reduce the tumour size, suppression of growth of cancer cells, stimulated cancer cell death (Reference - Jasmine Health benefits, Healthline, Retrieved on 18 April). In another study, it has been reviewed that green tea polyphenols stopped the spread and growth of bladder cancer cells and also induced cancer cell death.

4.7 Fights Anti-Ageing

The free radicals mess with the skin and delay the revitalization and healing. The free radicals are found to be the biggest enemies of the anti-ageing process. The antioxidants present in Jasmine tea attack these free radicals thus delaying the anti-ageing process. (Reference - Benefits of Jasmine Tea, LifeHacks, Retrieved on 1 January 2024)

4.8 Reduces Joint Pain

One of the positive effects of Jasmine Tea is its ability to reduce chronic discomfort from joint pain and arthritis. The anti-inflammatory properties of certain organic compounds in Jasmine tea can reduce the swelling and inflammation of joints by inhibiting unnecessary cellular oxygenation. According to a study conducted by the American College of Rheumatology, the epigallocatechin gallate present in green tea leaves blocks the painful inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis. (Reference - Transformation in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Online Library - Wiley, Retrieved on 1 January 2024)

4.9 Boost Immunity

A healthy immune system can fight against many common diseases like cold, fever, influenza which makes it very important to keep the immune system up to date. Jasmine green tea has loads of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that help to improve the immune system and protect against common cold and flu. Jasmine Tea also has many vitamins and minerals that boost immune health. (Reference - Jasmine Tea Benefits, Cup and Leaf, Retrieved on 1 January 2024)

4.10 Fights Bacteria

Jasmine Tea and jasmine pearl tea can provide a defence against bacterial infections, making it a must add to your diet. A study published in the Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences found that properties of jasmine oil can eliminate the effects of E.Coli which in itself is a very dangerous bacteria commonly found in unsanitary cooking conditions. 

Jasmine tea fights bacteria

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5. Best Jasmine Teas In India as In 2024

Looking for the most effective jasmine teas? There are numerous options, but we spent countless hours studying all of the top models on the market. During our search, we trimmed the list by seeking high-performance goods. If you're looking for the best thing money can buy, you've come to the right spot. We've gathered all the top 3 Teas in one spot to help you discover what you're looking for.

5.1 Teacurry - Jasmine Flower Tea

A super flower used since historic times, Teacurry sources the Indian Jasmine Tea Flowers in form of Jasminum Officinale from farmlands in Maharashtra. Handpicked by our highly skilled master tasters over thousands of cups, Teacurry Jasmine tea has its own strong floral aroma and a characteristic sweet taste. Teacurry Jasmine tea is natural. Teacurry Jasmine flower tea utilizes a variety of jasmine to provide 4 very specific benefits - help with weight loss, boost brain functions, and lowers the risk of infections. Jasminum Officinale variety also helps with oral health. It helps protect and help neutralize plaque-forming bacteria. Jasmine flower tea improves short-term memory and cognitive thinking.  Teacurry jasmine tea leaves are available in both forms as jasmine tea bags and jasmine tea loose leaf.

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5.2 Teacurry - Jasmine Green Tea

Enjoy this perfect balance of taste, health & aroma - consisting of a unique blend of Jasminum Officinale buds from farmlands in Maharashtra and the Green tea leaves from the foothills of Assam. TEACURRY presents you with this magical concoction to help you with weight loss, boost brain functions, protect the heart and lower the risk of infections. Jasminum Officinale variety also assists with good oral health. Himalayan Green tea helps with lowering the risks of infections and in preventing inflammatory skin diseases. The liquor of Jasmine green tea has a golden yellow-green colour with an intense floral scent mixed with earthy aromas. Jasmine buds impart a soothing soft yet intoxicating floral note to the slightly bitter but sweet taste of the Himalayan green tea.  
      • Manufacturer: Teacurry
      • Starting PriceRs. 249 for 15 Tea Bags Based on Teacurry as of 1 January 2024.
      • Taste: Jasmine Green Tea has soothing soft yet intoxicating floral notes to the slightly bitter but sweet taste of the Himalayan green tea.
      • Ingredients: Jasmine Petals, Green Tea Leaves
      • Aroma: The liquor of Jasmine green tea has an intense floral scent mixed with the earthy aroma of green tea.
      • Rating5.0 /5.0 based on 163 customer reviews on Teacurry as of 1 January 2024.
      • 100% Natural: Yes
      • Caffeine Free: Yes
      • Benefits:
        • fat burn and improves brain function
        • lower the risks of infections and cardiovascular diseases
        • preventing inflammatory skin diseases
        • helps with good oral health.
      • Link to ShopShop on Teacurry 
      • Links of Other Platforms: Flipkart, Jiomart, Amazon & Meesho
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5.3 The Indian Chai - Jasmine Green Tea

Jasmine tea is the most popular flower-scented tea in East Asia. Its enchanting, unforgettable aroma is created through an artisanal method of tea scenting that dates back more than 800 years. Jasmine blossoms are gathered during midsummer evenings and spread amongst tea leaves over several successive nights. Because dried tea leaves are hydroscopic, they readily absorb floral essences like jasmine. Refreshingly fragrant, jasmine has been regarded as the perfect digestive tea for centuries. Jasmine is a pleasantly aromatic plant that promotes relaxation and reduces stress. Combining both the health benefits of green tea and Jasmine flowers, it has been loved by Imperial Families for hundreds of years in China to stimulate appetite and digestion, reduce anxiety, and improve skin. This romantic tea can be enjoyed any time but is especially pleasant in the evening

      • Manufacturer: The Indian Chai
      • Starting Price: Rs.380.00 for 100 Grams Based on Amazon as of as of 1 January 2024.
      • Taste: Delicate, subtle, floral
      • Ingredients : Green Tea and Jasmine Flowers
      • Aroma: scented with fresh night-blooming jasmine blossoms to absorb jasmine fragrance.
      • Rating: 3.5 /5.0 based on 38 customer reviews on Amazon as of as of 1 January 2024.
      • 100% Natural: Yes
      • Caffeine-free: yes
      • Benefits:
        • Helps calm the nerves.
        • Improve digestive health..
        • Known to be an aphrodisiac
      • Link to Shop: The Indian Chai

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Teacurry.com hopes that you thoroughly enjoyed the above research we have tried to put together in terms of Jasmine Tea. In case of questions or suggestions please let us know in comments below or write to us at tea@teacurry.com and we would be more than happy to assist you.

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+Lindsay: If a jasmine tea has a lot of flowers mixed in then it is usually not really great quality. If the ingredients say 3% flavouring then it must be artificially fragranced tea. The Lychee black is usually artificial too although we are always being told that they are naturally scented but it is impossible to have such a strong sweet flavour. Naturally scented include jasmine, rose, osmanthus, orchid or combined with fruit peels. Please be well aware.

Rohan Jain

How do I know if it’s natural scented Jasmine tea? The adagio tea I have, has these flower components in it, I supposed these aren’t good quality then? I always wonder what “3% flavouring” on twinings label mean. Do they have the real spice/flowers in there, or do they add oil or stuff? And there’s these lychee black loose tea I bought from local carrefour. It looks like normal black tea, and tastes really sweet. Could it be natural? What are the normal natural scented tea?

Lindsay Ryne

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