Leaf / Dust Tea


Tea, including leaf tea, is the second-most consumed beverage in the world

Brighten up your day with P.G.’s Leaf Tea.

Most commonly used tea in all class of people. Dust tea is smaller particles of fine-grained black tea. It gives a strong sense of real tea. Dust tea has however experienced a huge demand in the developing world in the last century as the practice of tea drinking became popular.

The big difference between black tea and green or oolong tea is that it is far more oxidized. That means black tea has a lot more color, flavor and higher levels of caffeine.

These are available at any outlet in loose packing at the customers convenience.


What Are the Health Benefits of Leaf Tea?

Heart Ailments : The regular consumption of black tea can help repair coronary artery dysfunctions in many heart patients. Therefore, black tea drinkers are at a decreased risk of contracting many cardiovascular diseases.

Diarrhea : Black tea has a healing effect on intestinal disorders due to the presence of tannins. It is advisable for all diarrhea patients to sip plain, black tea slowly for maximum benefits.

Asthma : Hot and brewed liquids, in general, bring relief to asthmatic conditions. In light of that fact, it is no surprise that black tea is extremely beneficial for asthmatic patients, as it expands the air passage, thereby allowing patients to breathe more easily.

Digestive Problems : Black tea is rich in abundant tannins and other chemicals that have a positive and relaxing effect on the digestive system of human body. This anti-inflammatory quality of black tea is also helpful for curing digestive disorders.

High Cholesterol : According to a study conducted by the American Heart Association in New Orleans, people who consume black tea can reduce their bad cholesterol levels, which are responsible for heart strokes and fatal attacks. It has also been found that people who drink 3 to 4 cups of black tea every day are at a lower risk for heart problems than those who consume minimal amounts or no tea at all.

Breast Cancer : Drinking tea, either black or green varieties, aids women in preventing cancerous growth in the breasts, especially women in the pre-menopausal phase. Tea assists in raising the level of globulin hormones during the female menstrual cycle periods. The presence of theaflavins in black tea destroys abnormal cells in the body before they cause any major damage or change into cancerous cells.