In spite of all the checkups, Screenings for early detection and advanced therapies, breast cancer remains the most common form of cancer and also one of the most common causes of death in women.
Because the usual therapies such as chemotherapy, anti-hormonal treatment and radiation of strong side effects, is feverishly sought Alternatives – both for therapy as well as prevention.
Especially in the preventive purposes it is often recommended to the green tea, because some of its ingredients cancer, have anti-inflammatory properties. Studies to other teas and their possible effects in breast cancer, however, are rare.
Dr. chunfa Chen Huang, Professor and Internist at the Saint Louis University in Missouri examined, therefore, the Oolong tea, a semi fermented tea in terms of fermentation duration, between Green and black tea is located. Published were the results of the study in November 2018 in the Journal Anticancer Research.
Huang and his team of researchers examined the effect of various tea extract types (green tea, black tea, Oolong tea) of six breast cancer cell lines, including ER-positive (estrogen receptors), PR-positive (progesterone receptors), HER2-positive (so-called human epidermal growth factor receptor 2), and triple negative breast cancer cells (have any of the above three receptors).
Were studied the life and sharing ability of the cells, possible DNA damage, and other characteristics in the morphology (shape) of the cells. The green tea and Oolong tea extracts were able to stop the growth of breast cancer cell types. Black tea and other dark kinds of tea, had no effect on the cells.
Professor Huang concluded: “Oolong tea – just like green tea to DNA damage in the cancer cell, to inhibit a “Break” of the cell and the growth of breast cancer cells, their proliferation and the tumor formation. Oolong tea has inhibitory therefore, the potential of a natural cancer Remedy.“
In addition, Huang’s reviewed of the Team, such as the consumption of Oolong tea affected the risk of breast cancer. It showed that women from the Chinese province of Fujian (the original home of Oolong tea, which is why it is assumed that there are still a lot of Oolong tea is drunk) had a 35 percent lower risk of breast cancer and to die a 38 percent lower risk of breast cancer compared to the average for China’s numbers.
Studied now, specifically the risk of Oolong tea-Drinkers, found that women who participated regularly and a lot of Oolong tea, has a 25 percent lower breast cancer risk than women in Fujian, and a 50 percent lower risk than the national average.
Oolong-a Lot of drinkers also had a 68 percent lower risk of early breast cancer to die than women who have not drank the tea.
“Of course, further studies are needed,” says Huang. “However, the lower the breast cancer figure in regions where a lot of Oolong tea suggests that the tea is very good Anti-cancer properties. We can therefore conclude that Oolong tea may just like green tea play an important role when it comes to inhibit breast cancer cells and the spread of the tumor.“
Oolong tea is similar to green tea prepared. You can boil water and you poured over after about 2 minutes (if the water is about 80 degrees) Oolong tea (1 heaped teaspoon per 250 ml).
Multiple infusions are possible. The first one is 2 to 4 minutes, the second 5, the third 7 minutes, or depending on personal preference. The caffeine content decreases with each infusion, of course, so that the subsequent infusions can also be in the evening to drink.
In order to acquire the highest possible unloaded, so pesticide-free Oolong tea, you should use organic tea.