White tea is grown in the high mountains of South China in Fujian. A special name for white tea is Pai Mu Tan. Like green tea, white tea is an unfermented tea. However, the leaves are rapidly picked and dried resulting in a purer, more ""natural"" quality. White tea comes from a rare strain of the tea plant and is harvested only a few days of the year. White tea is reported to have a greater concentration of phenolic components than green tea because polyphenols are oxidised or destroyed to a lesser extent during processing. Therefore it is reported that white tea may have the strongest anti-cancer potential of all teas. Tannins from tea leaves have anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and radical scavenging characteristics.
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