Oolong, like both green and black tea, originates from the Camellia sinensis plant. The difference between these teas lies in how they’re processed. Oolong is fermented and allowed to partially oxidize, while green tea is not. Black tea is fully fermented and oxidized, which gives it the characteristic black color.
Okuma’s Oolong Tea
Wulong Premium Chinese Slimming Tea high levels of antioxidants, polyphenols, and catechins have a powerful effect on increasing your metabolism, burning more calories, and dissolving unwanted fat cells. Most tea drinkers choose Okuma’s premium Oolong tea to help lose weight.
In fact, the Chinese consider this highly concentrated form of Oolong as a “medicinal grade” that is used to cure many common illnesses and even disease.
Okuma’s Oolong tea goes through an intensive 11-step process from the initial leaf harvest to the packaging. Each harvest is annually tested for quality and taste by third-party labs in order to provide you with the highest quality Oolong. No preservatives or chemicals are used. In these gardens, master planters nurture tea bushes with love and care. This is the kind of tea you should drink, not the other kind.
Tea consumption has been identified to have an anti-obesity effect, according to a clinical study posted at NIH.gov. Phenolic profiles of infusions of green tea, oolong tea, and black tea were comprehensively compared first, by utilizing ultra-performance liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization-quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry (UPLC-ESI-Q-TOFMS).