Brewing tea is the magical drink which we consume to refresh ourselves after a long haul. It acts like a spell that cheers up our dying spirit. Tea can be sipped irrespective of season or time; it is evergreen and can be served in both either hot or cold. It is a flavorful way of getting enough fluid into our body each day. At top of that, it boosts our immunity.
Obesity, stress, are the most common problem the young generation is facing these days which can be avoided by sipping tea. It does not only protect you from disease but also boost your immune system by ejecting more cortisol hormone in our body.
Today people prefer herbal tea over normal tea as herbal teas are specially blended and do not contain caffeine. There are four major tea type black, white, green and oolong but all come from the same plant “Camellia Sinensis” it’s the ways in which they are oxidized results in different flavors. Each having its own benefits.
Some researchers have found that tea can decrease tooth loss as it changes the ph of our mouth that may prevent cavities. Beyond that, tea, unlike many other beverage, does not erode tooth enamel.
Health benefits of herbal tea:
- Helps in hayfever and allergies
Tea made from elderberry and nettle reduces stuffiness and congestion. Elderberry removes mucus from our lungs and strengthens our respiratory system. Whereas nettle is rich in vitamins and minerals.
- Boost immune system
Tea made from astragalus help immune system to recover from surgery, antibiotics and exhaustion. Cleavers remove lymphatic buildup and lymph toxins causing cysts, tumors, acne and more.
- Helps with weight loss.
- A natural way to lose weight by assisting and elimination, preventing water retention, curbing appetite.
- Ginger has been used since old times to aid digestion and increase metabolism.
- Dandelion helps in digestion and relieves constipation and bloating.
- Papaya has been used since 1500’s to improve digestion and relieve constipation.
- Helps in Premenstrual syndrome
Chaste berry and skullcap have been used through the ages to balance hormones and relieve tension. Cramp barks help with abdominal and back pain and water retention.