Tea and its Savor for our health


Tea is identical with health. Habit of sipping a cup of tea is also effective to reduce stress, prevent hypertension, to reduce the risk of heart disease. There are different kinds of tea in the world, but in general there are four types of tea whose properties should not be underestimated.


1. Darjeeling

Tea is touted as the world's best tea is picked from the tea plant that grows in the Himalayas in the Darjeeling region of India.

A recent study found the benefits of tea to inhibit the growth of pathogens that can cause pain H.pylori gastritis, peptic ulcers, and cancer colon. And, among the tea is Darjeeling tea was a direct positive effect on a five-minute intervals after drinking. To optimize the effect, avoid consuming tea mixed with milk.

2. Oolong tea


Also referred to as semi-fermented tea. Oolong tea is very wide variation, from mild and sweet, until the tea is more strong and bitter.

According to a study of more than 1,500 subjects, those who drank two and a half cups of oolong tea or green tea every day, the risk of high blood pressure 46 percent lower. Oolong and green tea rich in antioxidants are effective to control the enzyme triggers an increasing of blood pressure.
3. Black Tea

When the tea leaves left to ferment until the complete, they will turn into black tea, although the actual color is closer to red.

Many people prefer to have a healthy green tea, while black tea not less antioxidant. Four components of the antioxidants in black tea are known to protect brain from destruction by specifics. Last year researchers from Germany revealed that black tea can protect the process of plaque formation in the brain that trigger Alzheimer's disease.

4. Yerba Mate
Derived from the leaves of plants that are considered sacred by the natives of South America, yerba mate herb classified in as the powerful one. To reduce its bitterness, put yerba mate leaves into the warm water (not boiling).

Research in 2011 showed, yerba mate have the capacity destroy cancer cells. Components in tea, including caffeine, can damage the DNA of cancer cells.

 

List of English Difficult word

some of difficult words often come up when we are reading. sometimes we could just skip it, but sometimes when we will go through the text we have to find out the meaning of those difficult words to know what the text mean. here are the list of difficult word especially for English.

Difficult words
Num
Difficult words
Date
Source
Meanings
1.        
a priori
January 3, 2012

arguing from general principle to expected effect.
2.        

agami



crane-like bird of S America: 'the trumpeter'
3.        

antenna




sensitive outgrowth on head of insect, crustacean, etc.; Radio aerial, especially complex
4.        

anther



pollen-bearing organ of flower. antheral, a. antherozoid, n. male sexual element in lower plants; spermatozoid
5.        

banal



trivial; trite. banality
6.        

banderilla



dart stuck into bull at bull-fight. banderillero, n. bull-fighter wielding this
7.        

banshee



female spirit, especially of Ireland, whose wailing foretells death.
8.        

cachalot



sperm whale.
9.        

cachet



prestige; distinctive mark or quality; seal.
10.    

cachinnate



laugh harshly and loudly. cachinnation, cachinato
11.    

dapifer



bearer of meat to table; steward.
12.    

dealate



rob or divest of wings.

decarch



member of decarchy; commander over ten

eclectic



selecting, especially the best from a number of sources

edema



swelling due to accumulation of watery fluid in a body cavity or in the spaces within connective tissue

elaterid



elateroid

fanion



small marking flag.

fasti



record; register; calendars of ancient Rome

favus



contagious parasitive skin desease.

ganister



kind of flinty rock used for road faces and lining furnaces

gastritis



inflammation of stomach.

gastritis



inflammation of stomach.

haematoma



swelling containing blood; bruise.

haemophilia



condition marked by uncontrollable bleeding from smallest cuts

immunology



study of immunity. immunological

impetigo



pustulous skin disease

imprimis



in the first place'

jibe

 



gibe

junta


It is increasingly common to hear the pronunciation

kilometre




the pattern of centimetre and millimetre

kindliness




kindly changes to an i

leopard






latter




former

manikin





margarine



Most British people say [marge-er-reen] with a soft g with the sound of j in jam. A few people

Negro



black

nephew



cousin

ordinarily



The standard British pronunciation has the stress on the first syllable

object



The noun or other word that is the recipient of the action of the verb in a sentence.

paradigm




The beginning is pronounced the same as the beginning of paratrooper, and the end is pronounced [dime].

paragraph



The first sentence makes very clear what the topic is

quantum leap



In physics, quantum refers to a very small amount of energy, momentum, etc, but in general use quantum leap is often used for a sudden dramatic increase or advance, implying a very large movement






quotation  marks


These are punctuation marks ('') which are also known as quotes, inverted commas, or speech marks

reason




Reason is usually followed by that or why: The reason that (or why) we left was that no one spoke to us. You can also omit both: the reason we left. If reason is followed by a phrase without a verb, use for: the reason for our departure.

relative clause



Relative clauses are clauses which modify what they are attached to – that is to say, they affect its meaning in some way. Most relative clauses modify a noun. In this way they act rather like adjectives – in fact adjectival clause is another name for them. There are two types of these: restrictive relative clauses (also called defining relative clauses) and non-restrictive relative clauses (also called non-defining relative clauses).

secretary



The standard British pronunciation has only three syllables [seck-ruh-tree]. The US pronunciation has four [seck-ruh-ter-ry]. Note that the pronunciation [seck-ertree] is considered wrong.

sieve



Both the noun and the verb are pronounced [siv]. [Seev] is not standard.

thankfully



The use of thankfully to mean 'fortunately', 'let us be thankful (that)', is still disliked by many people, although it is becoming accepted. In this sense it is separated from the rest of the sentence by a comma.

trauma



Two pronunciations are standard in Britain, [tror-mer], the most usual, and standard in medical English, and [trow-mer].


 
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