In short, yes! But the longer answer is there are a myriad of reasons on how Purple Tea is good for you. Here are top eight reasons to add purple tea to your daily beverage rotation right now.
- More Antioxidants: Purple tea has greater antioxidant activity than green or black tea.
- Less Caffeine: Purple tea has less than half the caffeine of green tea
- Purple tea has high levels of anthocyanins, an antioxidant that gives fruit and vegetables their deep red, purple or blue hues.
- Our purple tea is Non-GMO and naturally organic.
- Purple tea contains exceptionally high levels of catechins and epigallocatechin galette (EPCG). These have been linked to reducing body fat.
- Research shows that purple tea has a free-radical scavenging rate of 51% compared with 34.3% for green tea. The more free radicals that antioxidants attack in your body, the less likely you are to get chronic diseases!
- Purple tea contains a unique and more powerful polyphenol than green or black teas (16.5 percent, compared to 10.1 percent for black tea and 9.1 percent for green tea),
- While Purple Tea does have an amazing taste, it was actually never developed for this reason, it was instead created for its medicinal purposes. A number of scientific studies conducted around the world on purple tea suggest that its anthocyanins may help protect against neurodegenerative diseases and cancer