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Presented By

Mohd. Hasan Khan

Mohd. Kafeel Khan
B. Tech VI Year (Food Technology Engineering)

Batch:- 2009-2013

Drinking tea plays such a central part in our

lives, it is such a universal phenomenon with
millions of people the world over enjoying
their tea on a daily basis, that it’s hard to
imagine a world without tea and yet while
the Eastern world has been using tea for
more than 4500 years, for most of this time
tea was unknown in the Western world.
The Origin of the Word

The Chinese originally called it “Kia”. As

far as is know it was during the course
of the 6th century AD that the name
evolved into "Cha". On its arrival in the
West it became Té which is still the
name for tea in many countries.
Ingredients used:

I. Guava leaves
II. Lemon leaves
III.Eucalyptus leaves
IV.Holy Basil or tulsi leaves
V. Camellia sinensis leaves
Eucalyptus leaves
Eucalyptus leaves is popular for treating a variety of respiratory
problems. In addition, when eucalyptus leaves are brewed into tea,
simply inhaling the steam can help to alleviate chest congestion
and coughs.

Guava leaves
These leaves contain a number of beneficial substances, including
antioxidants like vitamin C and flavonoids.

Holy Basil or tulsi leaves

These leaves contain a number of beneficial substances, including
antioxidants like vitamin C and Vitamin A. Basil leaves are
regarded as an anti-stress agent.
Lemon leaves
Lemon leaves is a powerful antibacterial. These leaves contain a
number of beneficial substances, including antioxidants like vitamin

Camellia sinensis leaves

Leaves contain a high amount of polyphenols, which are a type of
antioxidant, and that regular consumption of about five cups of tea
per day contributes to keeping a high level of them in the
bloodstream. The antioxidants work to neutralize free radicals. The
free radicals are oxidizing molecules which naturally and
harmlessly exist within the human body.
Flow Chart for Guava, Tulsi,
Lemon and Eucalyptus leaves:

Plucking fresh leaves from various plants

Withering (Partially Dried)

Rolling with the help of roller

Dried in shadow

Aging several days
Flow Chart for Camellia
Plucking fresh leaves







1. Prevent from cancer: tea helps reduce the risk of cancer. The
antioxidant in tea is 100 times more effective than vitamin C and
24 times better than vitamin E. This helps your body at protecting
cells from damage believed to be linked to cancer.

2. Prevent from heart disease: tea helps prevent heart disease and
stroke by lowering the level of cholesterol. Even after the heart
attack it prevents cell deaths and speeds up the recovery of heart

3. Anti-aging: tea contains an antioxidant known as polyphenols

which fight against free radicals. What this means it helps you
fight against aging and promotes longevity.
4. Help in weight loss: tea helps with your body weight loss. Tea
burns fat and boosts your metabolism rate naturally. It can
help you burn up to 70 calories in just one day. That translates
to 7 pounds in one year.

5. Prevent from skin disease: The antioxidant in tea protects the

skin from the harmful effects of free radicals, which cause
wrinkling and skin aging. Tea also helps fight against skin

6. Keeping bones strong: The very key to this is high fluoride

content found in tea. It helps keep your bones strong. If you
drink tea every day, this will help you preserve your bone

7. Reduce cholesterol level: tea can help lower cholesterol level.

It also improves the ratio of good cholesterol to bad
cholesterol, by reducing bad cholesterol level.
8. Prevent from obesity: tea prevents obesity by stopping the
movement of glucose in fat cells. If you are on a healthy diet,
exercise regularly and drink tea, it is unlikely you'll be obese.

9. Prevent from diabetes: tea improves lipid and glucose

metabolism, prevents sharp increases in blood sugar level and
balances your metabolism rate.

10. Prevent from Alzheimer: tea helps boost your memory. And
although there's no cure for Alzheimer's it helps slow the process
of reduced acetylcholine in the brain, which leads to Alzheimer's.

11. Tooth Decay: Studies suggests that the chemical antioxidant

“catechin” in tea can destroy bacteria and viruses that cause
throat infections, dental caries and other dental conditions.
Thank You