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Indulging in a cup or two of black tea might in fact be a healthy life choice, as some studies have shown. Black tea are made from a shrub called Camellia Sinesis, and the process involves the leaves being withered, rolled and heated, and fermented before the final heating process. Black tea reduces plaque formation as well as restricts bacteria growth that promotes the formation of cavities and tooth decays. Individuals who consume 3 or more cups of tea had a 21% lower risk of a stroke. Regular tea drinkers have stronger bones and lower probability of developing arthritis due to the phytochemicals found in tea. We all are aware and well experienced about the calming and relaxing benefits of black tea. Black tea contains alkyl amine antigens that help boost our immune response. Tannins also have a therapeutic effect on gastric and intestinal illnesses and also help decrease digestive activity. It also stimulates the metabolism and respiratory system, as well as the heart and the kidneys. If a perfect cup of tea makes you smile and lets your heart indulge a little, then what could possibly be the harm?