All 3 types of tea are produced from the plant called Camellia sinensis. Thousands of variations of the tea are available around the world, and they depend on the region that is on the rise, the time of year when it is felled and the method of processing. These 3 teas come mostly from China and Japan.
Each type of these teas has its own characteristics as a different taste, different health benefits and even different amounts of caffeine.
White tea is the purest and least processed of all teas. The leaves of the tea contain very little caffeine, almost no and have a bright color and light taste. White tea contains more antioxidants than green tea and it is very good for the skin.
Green tea is the most popular type of tea, mostly because it is the most widely used tea in Asia, and as such is accepted worldwide. Sometimes green tea leaves are mixed with other fruit teas to get various variations. This tea contains only 5-10% of the amount of caffeine per cup of coffee. Green tea contains healthy antioxidants. They help in controlling cholesterol levels, as well as the health of skin and teeth. Also green tea is included in almost all diets because it helps maintain normal levels of blood sugar.
Black tea is fully fermented and contains roughly 20% of the amount of caffeine per cup of coffee. Black tea helps in controlling cholesterol levels within the normal range. Thus helps maintain healthy cardiovascular function and healthy circulation system.