Little known health remedies using Tea

Little known health remedies using Tea

Tea, the beverage for the body and soul is known for its very many health benefits. Right from helping relieve cold and other seasonal allergies to reducing stress, tea is the go-to drink in all households. It’s no secret that it also has a myriad of other health benefits. Here is a curated list of teas that might not be so well known to many. Keep this information handy as you explore the world of tea.

Earl Grey Tea

Bergamot oil used in earl grey is highly touted for its soothing properties. This helps your body get rid of toxins. Earl Grey tea is a powerhouse of antioxidants that helps boost your immunity. This tea can be taken as a folk remedy for heart health, indigestion, and inflammation.

Peppermint Tea

Peppermint when brewed as a tea releases menthol which is known to be a muscle relaxant. So, on a busy day of heavy workout or just a physically draining day, one can take peppermint tea to relax and unwind.

Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon tea is filled with antioxidants and it also helps aids weight loss, improves heart health, alleviates menstrual cramps, and reduces inflammation and blood sugar levels.

Chamomile Flower Tea

Chamomile flower contains naturally occurring apigenin which is known to promote sleep & reduce insomnia. On days you curl up sleepless in your bed, a warm cup of Chamomile flower tea can do the trick and help you sleep easy.

Lemon Grass Tea

A soothing cup of Lemon Grass Tea can effectively fight stress and drowsiness. It’s the wake-up beverage you need to reset yourself on a project submission day.

Pepper Tea

Spicy, flavourful pepper tea is a wonderful home remedy for sore throat, cough and cold. If you thought pepper goes only into Indian food, well you are wrong! It has an active ingredient called piperine that may have potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and can help soothe inflammation and provides relief from cold and flu as well.

Licorice  Tea

Licorice might not be the number one choice of tea due to its unique taste combining salty, sweet and bitter. Maybe slightly sour too? But this herbal tea can help relieve body aches that is caused by flus and fevers.

Turmeric Tea

Turmeric root is a magical ingredient in the kitchen. It has one too many medicinal benefits. When brewed as a tea, it can effectively fight against cold, digestive issues, aches and cramps. It’s the kind of tea that must find a permanent spot in your pantry.

Hibiscus Tea

The deep red coloured tea is not just beautiful to look at but also a delicious drink that is rich in polyphenols. It also has minerals and vitamin C which is known to fight again E coli bacteria and lower cholesterol in the body. Brew a cup of Hibiscus tea to keep your body healthy and fit.

Rooibos Tea

A cup Rooibos Tea has more antioxidants than a cup of green tea. Rooibos tea is suggested for diabetic people as it is known to control sugar spikes. It contains aspalathin which is an effective antioxidant.

Now that you’ve equipped yourself with some unique health benefits of lesser-known tea blends, go ahead and try some of them. It might even become your new favourite! These blends can be had as pure herbal teas or mixed with your regular black tea.

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