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.

  1. More Antioxidants: Purple tea has greater antioxidant activity than green or black tea.
  2. Less Caffeine: Purple tea has less than half the caffeine of green tea
  3. Purple tea has high levels of anthocyanins, an antioxidant that gives fruit and vegetables their deep red, purple or blue hues.
  4. Our purple tea is Non-GMO and naturally organic.
  5. Purple tea contains exceptionally high levels of catechins and epigallocatechin galette (EPCG). These have been linked to reducing body fat.
  6. 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!
  7. 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), 
  8. 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