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The objective of this article is to highlight the enormous goodness of white tea on health, which has not received prominence until now as its counter-part green tea. Although, all kinds of tea are manufactured from the same species of Camellia sinensis the difference lies in the techniques applied in the mechanics of processing the leaves. The white tea considered as a delight of the elites, and familiar only to the tea connoisseurs, has captured its distinctive value because of the specialty in its processing that is – no frying and no crushing of the tea buds and the white hair which acts as a covering enhances it’s characteristic. The unfermented, least oxidized or un-oxidized white tea is power packed with the polyphenols especially catechin derivatives, the bioactive factor which helps to prevent oxidative Stress life style diseases and certain non- communicable diseases, the leading causes of death in this era. It plays a potent role as a medium additive for refrigerated storage of sperms. The ability of white tea to strengthen immune system thereby improving resistance against diseases and many more endless health efficacies has led to a pronounced interest in researching, discovering and appreciating the use of white tea in day- to day life.

Keywords: White tea, Processing, Antioxidant, Health benefits.

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