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What is Bancha Tea?
Bancha tea is the second most popular tea in Japan which also known to be ‘the everyday tea’. The word Bancha is basically from two origins. The word Ban means ‘every day or common’. It means that a Japanese umbrella which is made up of bamboo and washi paper. This name clearly reflects the multipurpose of this tea. The second meaning of the word ban means late harvesting, which uses older leaves.
The history says that the leaves of Bancha became popular in the Edo period. Sechna tea is a similar kind but due to various technological advancements and standardization make it a little different. Thatis why there are different forms of Bancha which are mainly characterized by regional differences i.e. from dried harvested leaves to fermented ones which resemble the Chinese teas.
How is Bancha tea consumed
Bancha is a simpler kind of tea in Japan and since it is known to be an everyday tea, it is drunk after every meal or for the purpose of aiding digestion. It is more beneficial than Sechna because it has less caffeine in it. This is considered to be a regular tea and that is why no sophistication for consuming it has.
Benefits of Bancha Tea
Bancha tea general health effects as compared with Sechna tea. But this tea plays one of the most important roles in maintaining health.
It is a good source of minerals, especially iron which is suitable mostly for vegetarians and women who menstruate. Our body does need certain amount of trace elements from Bancha.
The tea helps to digest food properly and more quickly. It also helps to reduce acidity.
This is a very basic tea which efficiently acts as an anti-acid.
Bancha tea is consumed to prevent from a sensitive stomach and intestinal problem.
It has less caffeine than Sechna tea.
It is preferred for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers to consume little amount of it almost daily.
There are hundreds of tea varieties from which Bancha tea provided with basic yet most important benefits. This is a simple green tea which helps to reduce weight and maintain the body in numerous ways. Mostly it is consumed after meals in small quantity. The process of making it is pretty simple. Since it does not follow the further process for making it like fermentation or any technical advancement, this tea is considered to be an everyday tea.
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