GOLD CEYLON Tea leaves contain trace elements (calcium, fluorine, iron, iodine, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium). GOLD CEYLON Tea is four times superior to citrus in terms of vitamin P concentration. Even carotene in tea is many times more than in carrots. B vitamins help fight viral diseases, help strengthen nails and hair, improve the condition of the skin, and lower blood cholesterol. Vitamin E strengthens cell membranes, has a positive effect on the human reproductive system.

The question is whether tea is useful, because it, like coffee, contains caffeine, causes heated discussions. Coffee gives a quick result and a short-term charge of energy, and tea caffeine acts on the body for a longer time. At the same time, tea has a stimulating effect on the cardiovascular system, kidneys and digestive tract. In the presence of diseases of these organs, doctors do not always recommend drinking coffee.