There are many types of tea in Sichuan, the most famous of which is Mengding Manna. So in addition to this representative tea brand, what other teas are there?
Origin of Mengding Manna
Mengshan is located in the Lao Mountains of Sichuan Province, with Mount Emei in the east and Daxiang Ridge in the south, Jiajin Mountain in the west, Chengdu Basin in the north, and the Qingyi River passing by at the foot of the mountain. Based on the peak, "Yang is the sky with high winds, Vientiane is sorrow; down is the water flowing around the mountains, the mountains are winding around; Chacha fir path, strange stone words, full of attractions", so there is "the most beautiful show in Mengshan" Ling, evil grass does not give birth to Shushu. " Xu Yuanxi in the Qing Dynasty had a poem saying: "The five peaks are really a lotus." Such beautiful Mengshan gave birth to the unique tea here. Mengding Nectar originated from the historical "Fan Tea" in the history of Mengding Tea. It is the earliest curled (twisted) green tea in China. It is the famous Mengshan tea in the Song Dynasty, "Jade Leaf Changchun" (1112 AD) and " "Wanchun Silver Leaf" (1120 AD) evolved.
Sichuan tea species
Quality Features of Mengding
There are many types of Mengding tea, including manna, supernatant, water chestnut, Mengding yellow bud, stone flower, jade leaf Changchun, Wanchun silver needle and so on. Among them, "ganlu" is the best in Mengding tea. Its quality characteristics are: beautiful appearance, whole leaves and shoots, tight curls, tender green and moist, high-quality and refreshing internal flavor, mellow and sweet, soup color is yellow and green, transparent and clear, the bottom of the leaf is even, tender green is bright.
Efficacy and Function of Mengning
Helps to delay aging: According to the results of the Okuda Takun test in Japan, it is confirmed that the anti-aging effect of tea polyphenols is 18 times stronger than that of vitamin E.
Helps to inhibit cardiovascular diseases: Tea polyphenols, especially catechins ECG and EGC in tea polyphenols, and theaflavin, its oxidized products, etc., help to suppress this plaque-like hyperplasia and form hemagglutination viscosity Enhanced fibrinogen is reduced and blood clots clear, thereby inhibiting atherosclerosis.
Helps prevent and fight cancer: Tea polyphenols can block the synthesis of many carcinogens such as ammonium nitrite in the body, and have the effect of directly killing cancer cells and improving the body's immune system.
Helps prevent and treat radiation damage: Tea polyphenols and their oxidation products have the ability to absorb the toxic effects of the strontium 90 and cobalt 60 radioactive substances.
Helps inhibit and resist viral bacteria: Tea polyphenols have a strong astringent effect, have obvious inhibitory and killing effects on pathogenic bacteria and viruses, and have obvious effects on anti-inflammatory and antidiarrheal.
Helps beauty and skin care: Tea polyphenols are water-soluble substances. Washing your face with it can remove the greasiness of the face and astringent pores. It has the functions of disinfection, sterilization, anti-aging of the skin, and reduction of damage to the skin by ultraviolet radiation in sunlight.
Helps to refresh the mind: The caffeine in Mengding nectar can stimulate the central nervous system of the human body, enhance the excitatory process of the cerebral cortex, and have the effect of refreshing, refreshing, and refreshing.
Helps diuresis and relieve fatigue: The caffeine in Mengning can stimulate the kidneys, prompt urine to be expelled from the body, improve the filtration rate of the kidneys, and reduce the retention time of harmful substances in the kidneys.
Helps reduce fat and help digestion: Mendelian can help digestion and reduce the important function of fat, in today's fashionable language, it helps to "weight loss".
Helps protect teeth and eyesight: Mengding nectar is an alkaline beverage that can suppress the reduction of calcium in the human body, which is beneficial for preventing dental caries, protecting teeth and firming teeth.