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What Tea Plant Is:

Ours is a world divided by color: black versus green. Most of the Western world drinks black tea; much of Asia, the Middle East, and northern Africa drinks green tea. Same shrubby evergreen plant, same hairy ovate leaves, but a different color because of different processing—and, apparently, a different impact on health, again because of the processing. To make green tea, the plant's leaves are steamed and then dried.
That's about the extent of it. For black tea, the leaves are dried, rolled, fermented, and roasted. The more extensive handling, heating, and exposure to air changes black tea's chemical composition, reducing some of the medicinal qualities of a main phytochemical group called the polyphenols.

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