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The ‘pick me up' we get from drinking tea is a result of the caffeine in the
tea. When black tea caffeine first was discovered in the year 1827, it was
thought to be a new substance and was named theine. It was found to have effects
identical to coffee and in fact, eventually it was found out to be the same
caffeine as found in coffee, so the term theine was dropped from use.Black tea
caffeine has he same effects on the human body as caffeine obtained by drinking
coffee. It will speed up reaction time and increase alertness as well as improve
overall concentration.It is thought that the increase in alertness and reaction
time is a direct result of a stimulation of the cardiac and respiratory systems
of the body which increases the amount of oxygen in circulation throughout the
body. In addition to that, black tea caffeine stimulates the kidneys and
digestive juices, and may even boost metabolism and eliminate toxins.Some
studies conclude that caffeine is beneficial in that improves the performance of
the brain and helps to reduce heart disease and other diseases as well. More
studies are needed to confirm these conclusions. Most dieticians continue to
warn against consuming large amounts of caffeine since there are known
undesirable side effects such as shortness of breath, insomnia, and heart
palpitations.However, there is an advantage to consuming black tea caffeine as
opposed to the caffeine found in coffee. The reason is because there is less
caffeine overall in a cup of black tea as opposed to coffee. A typical cup of
coffee has around 16 mg of caffeine while a cup of black tea might have only 6 -
8 mg. So you could drink a few cups of black tea caffeine and not have the
potent effects you might obtain from one cup of strong coffee.There are actually
many interesting factors which influence the amount of black tea caffeine that
is present. The variety of the tea leaves as well as where on the tea plant the
leaves are located play an important part.Leaves that are toward the bottom half
of the tea plant are older and have more phytochemicals and other plant
substances than the young leaves toward the top of the plant. In addition to
that, where the tea plant is gown, how it is cut, and the length of time it is
brewed or steeped will all have an effect on the amount of black tea caffeine
available in each cup.Compared to other varieties of teas, black tea has the
highest caffeine content and is probably due to the way it is processed since it
undergoes a full oxidation which gives it a uniquely stong taste.