6 Herbal Teas to boost your health

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With so many variants of teas available in market, one gets easily confused of what to drink and what not to drink. The most common one that we use in our daily routine is ‘Chai’ made from milk. To clear all your confusions, we have enlisted various herbal teas which will enhance your metabolism, immunity and relish mood.

As winters are ringing bells try these exotic teas instead of normal milk made ‘chai’ as they are anti-inflammatory and natural health booster.

Cinnamon Tea

cinnamon tea

Cinnamon tea is made from cinnamon bark. Cinnamon helps in regulating blood sugar level, reducing calories as being an antioxidant, lowers cholesterol and so on.  Anyone can prepare cinnamon tea easily, all you need is just to boil a 3-inch piece of cinnamon stick in 1 1/4 cups of water for 15 to 25 minutes, and then let it settle down for another 15 minutes. Or, mix 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder with hot water and stir.


Green Tea

There are different types of green teas easily available in the market like Normal Green tea, lemon green tea, lemon and honey green tea and mint green tea. Green tea is one of the healthiest beverages available on the earth. As it is loaded of full of qualities like natural antioxidant, healthy nutrients which are beneficial for body, helps in reducing fat. It further reduces risk of cardiovascular disease and lowers risk of several types of cancer and many more.


Jasmine Tea

If you are a flower lover, then Jasmine tea is definitely made for you due to its aromatic nature. It helps in rejuvenating your mind, prevents cancer and reduces obesity. Jasmine tea is made by mixing tea leaves with flowers until their fragrance has been absorbed. The tea is then baked gently in an oven or sun-dried, once they are dried you can enjoy this by simply boiling water and pouring tea into water.


Ashwagandha Tea


As winters are here, you must try this special tea made from winter cherry. It will helps in keeping body war, fights from cough and cold, most commonly used for treating mental and physical fatigue. It is also considered good for heart patients. One can make ashwagandha tea by boiling water and immersing ashwagandha root or powder. Allow the root to steep in the boiling water for approximately 15 minutes, remove the root from the liquid and strain to remove any remaining particles of plant.


Oolong Tea

Oolong tea is made from the leaves, buds and stems of the Camellia sinensis plant, it is slightly fermented and partially oxidized. It helps in reducing stress, calories, increases metal alertness, and prevents tooth decay and many more. You can make this tea by adding boiling water to a cup of oolong tea—either in teabag form or a level tablespoon of loose leaves. Steep for 2–3 minutes after this your oolong tea is ready to consume.


Kahwah Tea

kahwa tea

Kahwah Tea is traditional green tea with full of all in one flavors. Its basic ingredients are green tea leaves, cinnamon, cardamom, and saffron. Basically it is known for its superb rich taste and commonly known as Kashmiri Kahwah Tea. It helps in keeping body warm especially in winter seasons, reducing anxiety, reducing weight and many more. This golden beverage is full of health benefits with exotic taste.


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