Iranian tea is a pristine product from the Fouamant foothills and the Gilan’s Lush plains, which brings with it the maximum balance of color, taste, fragrance and the sense of freshness. Fortunately, due to the desirable geographic conditions in Iran, this country delivers high-quality tea to the world market. The Mild color and natural flavor of Tabiat Iranian tea and non-usage of artificial flavors and color additives makes it a natural and unique tea for our gatherings.

Persian Tea Benefits

1- Antioxidant/Cancer Prevention: Persian Tea has been shown to minimize damage to the tissues and cells of the drinker via both the tea itself and the spices often added to the beverage (ginger and cardamom, in particular). According to experts at Indiana University School of Medicine, the antioxidant properties of Persian Tea are more effective when consumed as a beverage rather than taken as a supplement. The same experts claim that neither caffeine nor temperature deter the antioxidant effects present in the tea. This serves to prevent several types of cancer associated with the oxidation of cells and tissues. Also of note, the phytochemicals and flavonoids serve to prevent the risk of cancer. Further studies are needed to verify the link between tea and cancer prevention, as the results from clinical testing have been inconsistent.

2- Anti-inflammatory: Multiple ingredients commonly featured in Persian Tea serve to reduce inflammation caused by injuries and infections. An article published in October of 2010, highlighted cinnamon as an anti-inflammatory agent, while the “Journal of Medicinal Food” cited ginger as facilitating anti-inflammatory activity in 2005. Also providing anti-inflammatory properties (though, to a lesser extent) are cloves. Persian Tea serves as an appealing vessel for all three of these spices.

3- Digestion: Persian Tea also serves as an ideal vessel for both black pepper and ginger, which help combat nausea and diarrhea. They do so by helping the pancreas secrete enzymes that serve to expedite the digestive process. More peer-reviewed clinical trials are needed to confirm the effectiveness of consuming Persian Tea to treat nausea and diarrhea, but several online accounts verify its efficacy. Persian Tea has been shown to flush out harmful bacteria if consumed consistently over time.

4- Anxiety and Depression: Many users cite Persian Tea as useful for combating negative feelings associated with anxiety and depression. Physicians attribute this to the caffeine in the black tea. People who use Persian Tea for their anxiety report that it is soothing in both a physical and mental capacity.

5- Immune System: The benefits of Persian Tea served with cardamom and ginger includes a strengthening of the immune system. Many online users testify to its prevention of colds, headaches and other common maladies that occur, as a result of a weakened immune system.

6- Diabetes: Studies have shown that drinkers of Persian Tea have found it easier to consume less sugar and caffeine than their non-tea drinking counterparts. It is recommended that those wishing to drink Persian Tea for this benefit should drink two cups a day, while abstaining from food that has a high content of fats and sugars.

7- Heart Health: Recently, studies have highlighted the possibility of regular consumption of Persian Tea resulting in lower levels of cholesterol in the blood stream. If this is, in fact, an apt correlation, then Persian Tea would serve to lower the risk of both heart attacks and strokes.

8- Dental Health: Studies have shown that drinkers of Persian Tea have superior dental health. Researchers believe that this can be attributed to both the high fluoride content in the tea. Persian Tea has been proven to assist the enamel on the teeth develop a higher resistance to acid and prevent destructive bacteria from adhering to the teeth.

9- Bone Health: A recent Taiwanese study on the link between regular consumption of Persian Tea and bone health showed that the beverage helped both male and female humans increase the mineral density in their bones over the course of ten years or more. Another study conducted with older women showed that female tea drinkers are far less likely to fracture their hips.

10- Skin: Persian Tea serves as a natural astringent and, thus, can be used to clear up skin. Wet tea bags are a common and highly recommended treatment for puffy eyes. Many online users also endorse it for cooling sunburns, treating minor cuts and scrapes, and as an ingredient in foot soaks. Those who promote the use of Persian Tea for these purposes are particularly emphatic in