Hao Ling tea is grown using a traditional Chinese method. This Pu-erh tea is renowned and appreciated for its sweet, rounded taste and numerous health-giving properties such as control of bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels and its digestive properties. It helps to restore a sensation of lightness after meals.
This Pu-erh tea is renowned and appreciated for its sweet, rounded taste
From the Yunnan province in China. It is grown in the “Six Tea Mountains” region
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Top-of-the-range healthy tea from Thés de la Pagode®, this blend of organic pu-erh teas originating from Yunnan Valley is renowned for its ability to regulate blood cholesterol levels. This property, which is recognised by traditional Chinese medicine, has just been confirmed scientifically in a double-blind clinical study versus placebo. Carried out by Professor François-André Allaert's team* (Centre d’investigation clinique CEN Expérimental - Clinical Investigation Centre, Experimental CEN - Dijon) in conjunction with Poitiers University, this study clearly shows that daily consumption of Hao Ling® tea reverts blood lipid levels to normal. Thanks to its extraordinary polyphenol content (mostly catechines and theaflavins), Hao Ling® tea reduces triglyceride levels and tends to increase "good cholesterol" levels (HDL cholesterol) in subjects with slight to moderate hyperlipidaemia**. At the rate of 3 cups per day, it triggers a significant change in biological parameters associated with the risk of cardiovascular disease (heart attack, thrombosis, stroke) from the first month of consumption onwards. This beneficial impact continued throughout the three-month study. Daily consumption of Hao Ling® tea is therefore an effective approach to combating cardiovascular disorders. This tea obviously cannot prevent cardiovascular disorders on its own but, when combined with a balanced diet and regular exercise, it can help to protect the heart and arteries.
Organic pu-erh tea (60%), organic jasmine green tea (20%), organic oolong tea (20%)