Black Tea: The highest in caffine, black tea is often known as English breakbest Tea or the tea included in Bubble Tea. Made with fermented tea leaves, studies have shown black tea may protect from lungs from exposure to cigarette smoke. Black tea has also been shown to reduce the risk of stroke.
White Tea: One of the most uncommon teas on the list, white tea is uncured and unfermented. One study showed white tea to be the most potent tea with anticancer properties. White tea is often not in your family tea drawer and a real treat when you have it around.
Green Tea: One of the most studied drinks to date, green tea is high in EGCG (Epigallocatechin gallate). The compound found in Green tea is thought to reduce infimation, aid weight loss, and help fight hearth and brain disease. Go to your local Chinatown and enjoy the vast varieties of this delicious, healthy tea.
Camoline Tea: Full of antioxidants, chamomile tea help fights complications like diabetes, vison loss, and kidney damange. Partnered with CBD, this combo is what my grandma attributes to her ripe age of 93.