Jasmine tea is a magical elixir many people cannot go without. What are the incredible health benefits of this aromatic outburst of tea?

Jasmine tea is made by infusing the aroma from the gentle jasmine flowers into the green, black, or white tea. Of course, this might sound pretty funny and less important, right? I mean, what benefits would incorporating floral outburst in tea have on the body? Well, jasmine tea is incredibly beneficial to the body. Remember, it’s typically green tea with the blossoms of jasmine flowers, meaning that you get all the benefits you would get from drinking tea and many more. Peer into this article and learn how your body benefits when you drink this tea.

i.                    A glowing skin

Say hello to that beautiful glowy and dewy skin you have long been looking for when you incorporate jasmine tea into your life. Jasmine flowers have been studied and found to be effective and helping with skin healing. Besides, tea is full of antioxidants. These fight the harmful antioxidants that accumulate in the body, cause oxidative stress, and result in dry skin, apart from the many chronic illnesses.

ii.                 Rich in antioxidants

One reason you certainly want to get jasmine tea into your life is the rich antioxidants this tea has and from which you want to benefit. Metabolic processes, strenuous workouts, environmental factors, and pollution may all cause free radicals, which accumulate in the body and result in a condition called oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is closely linked to cognitive decline, chronic illnesses like heart disease, and some forms of cancer. Yet, jasmine tea boasts high amounts of antioxidants called polyphenols. Green tea is rich in catechin polyphenols, and these are known to fight a range of health conditions, including heart disease. In fact, if you want to have good oral health, jasmine tea will definitely help you.

iii.               Energy boost

Jasmine tea is typically green, black, or white tea seasoned with jasmine blossoms. This means that when you take the tea, you will still get the benefits of real tea. Remember, true teas come from Camella sinensis, which is high in caffeine. A cup of green tea has about 35mg of caffeine, which is a good source of energy. Of course, coffee has more caffeine content, having about 95mg of caffeine in a cup. However, if you switch to jasmine tea, you will still feel energized. In addition, the energy boost helps you stay alert the whole time.

iv.               Weight loss

Losing weight has become a global quest, with more people wanting to stay fit and look shapely. One way to achieve weight loss is by incorporating jasmine green tea into your diet. Such tea is rich in polyphenols called catechins which aid in weight loss due to their fat-burning properties. In fact, studies have established that those who take jasmine tea lose weight faster than those working out without taking jasmine tea.

v.                  It could help reduce the risk of cancer

Cancer is killing millions globally every year. Studies show that taking jasmine tea could help reduce the risk of cancer. Polyphenols and many other antioxidants are found in jasmine tea, and these have some cancer-fighting properties. For instance, one study showed that giving rats jasmine green tea reduced the spread of cancerous cells, the size of tumors, and the growth of the tumors. Although there’s no human study to confirm this, it doesn’t harm to take jasmine tea, hoping that it may reduce the risk of cancer in the future.

vi.               Heart health and lowered risk of heart disease

Since heart disease is killing many people today, you might want to reduce its risk by taking about three cups of jasmine green tea daily. The tea can prevent the oxidation of bad cholesterols, which increases the risk of heart disease by clogging blood vessels. Besides, green or black tea, which forms the base of jasmine tea, has been found to reduce the risk of heart disease by 19-21% and heart stroke by 36%. What’s more, the effects are more real if you take about 710ml of green/black/white tea daily.

vii.             Improved gut health

The healthier the gut, the stronger the person’s immune system, and the lower the risks of contracting diseases. Taking jasmine tea is one way to boost your gut health. First, the tea has polyphenols, some of which are prebiotic in nature and promote the health of the gut microbiota. Second, green tea, which forms the base of jasmine tea, can boost the body’s ability to multiply cellular antioxidants, a critical ingredient in improving gut health.

viii.          Good oral health

Few things are as uncomfortable as tooth decay, cavities, or bad breath. Yet, you could prevent all these by taking jasmine tea. The polyphenols in jasmine green tea fight the bacteria Streptococcus mutans and prevent them from forming acid in the teeth area, which would wash off the enamel. In fact, several studies have confirmed that taking jasmine tea will help stop bad breath and cavities. In one study, 15people were given green tea-based mouthwash, which helped them improve oral health, just like antiseptic mouthwash.

ix.                A boost for brain functionality

Have you ever notices how active people get when they drink coffee or tea? The caffeine in these beverages is responsible for this effect. Taking jasmine tea excites the nervous system and freshens up the brain, which is why you can perform better henceforth. Jasmine tea also helps fight cognitive decline, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. This is because the ECGG catechins in green tea prevent proteins from clumping and misfolding, which is a major cause of the cognitive decline. What’s more, these polyphenols fight oxidative stress and inflammation, which are the major causes of cognitive decline.


If you thought that adding the aroma of jasmine blossoms to green tea was just something easy, you might be thrilled to learn about the incredible health benefits of jasmine tea. They include good oral, gut, and heart health, as well as a boosted immune system.

Julia Davis

Mental health expert
MS, University of Latvia

I am deeply convinced that each patient needs a unique, individual approach. Therefore, I use different psychotherapy methods in my work. During my studies, I discovered an in-depth interest in people as a whole and the belief in the inseparability of mind and body, and the importance of emotional health in physical health. In my spare time, I enjoy reading (a big fan of thrillers) and going on hikes.

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