During the holidays, people usually eat and drink more than usual, and at different times than usual. These excesses can cause digestive discomfort, which negatively affects the daily rest, as well as during working hours.
That’s why in Fresh Chinese Tea we recommend the following teas, in order to recover normalcy in the daily routine in the best possible way.
Our first recommendation: Pu Erh red tea. It is a very digestive tea, both in its “boiled” version, Shu Pu Erh (the best known), as well as in its “raw” version Sheng Pu Erh, or in its variety Yue Guang Bai, known as White Moonlight.
Another variety of tea that feels very good at the digestive level is oolong tea, also called blue tea. It is a half-fermentation tea, which goes very well as well as for the stomach as to help lighten fluid retentions. Specifically, varieties such as Tie Guan Yin or Da hong Bao fulfill this function without problems.
And to help eliminate fluid retention, we recommend green tea, the most diuretic of those discussed in the article. Varieties such as Longjing, Liu An Gua Pian, or also Fujian Maofeng would be valid examples of the diuretic effect of tea.
In short, if what you are looking for is a more digestive effect, red tea Pue Erh. If you are looking for a mixed effect both digestive and diuretic, oolong tea (blue tea). And for a more diuretic effect focused on an “out liquids” effect, green tea.
Well, hope we have been helpful with this entry. we are also at your disposal in our tea house in Barcelona (Travessera de les corts 154-158 local G Metro: L3 Les Corts, Bus H8, 59), as well as in our online tea shop.