7 Healthy teas you should try & their health benefits!
May 24, 2017
1) White tea
White tea is rich in polyphenols (antioxidants), which are absolutely terrific for your skin. These reduce the appearance of wrinkles by strengthening elastin and collagen, which is responsible for the elasticity of the skin. So, make sure you have a cup of white tea for skin that looks amazing and to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
2) Chamomile tea
Chamomile tea is rich in phenolic compounds and is known for its anti-microbial properties. It strengthens your immune system and helps your body fight infections. If you’re suffering from insomnia or anxiety, a cup of chamomile tea can calm your mind and help you sleep.
3) Black tea
Black tea is one of the most oxidized forms of tea. It has a high tannin content and is known for a wide variety of health benefits. Regular consumption of black tea is said to decrease the risk of heart disease and boost the immune system. Black tea is rich in flavonoids which lower the risk of epithelial ovarian cancer.
4) Green tea
Green tea contains catechins which are a type of antioxidants. From aiding weight loss and preventing cardiovascular disease to preventing cancer, it offers a variety of benefits. It is recommended that you have 1 to 2 cups of green tea every day for best results.
5) Peppermint tea
This caffeine-free herbal tea is very popular because of its mentholated flavour. It is great for digestive health because it is an analgesic and reduces pain caused due to cramps, bloating and indigestion. It is an antispasmodic, which means that it helps you combat vomiting and nausea.
If you’re feeling stressed out, sip on a cup of peppermint tea. Menthol is a natural sedative and its antispasmodic nature will soothe your nerves, reduce your blood pressure and help you sleep better.
6) Ginger tea
Ginger contains phenol compounds such as gingerols and shogaols which are extremely beneficial for your overall health. It is also rich in vitamin C and amino acid which helps in weight loss, aids digestion, help the body absorb nutrients and improves blood circulation. Ginger tea can be had with a slice of lemon or with a teaspoon of honey when you are suffering from a cold to ward off the infection.
7) Blooming tea
Blooming tea commonly known as flowering tea is a combination of dried tea leaves and flowers that are tied together to form a bulb and then set to dry. The bulb also contains flowers like jasmine, chrysanthemum, rose, lily, marigold, and more. This bulb when dropped in hot water for brewing, opens and unfurls to look like a flower in full bloom.
Blooming tea can be made from green tea leaves or black tea leaves which give it the same benefits of green tea or black tea.Green tea is a rich source of antioxidants which not only fights ageing but also improves cardiovascular health. Theanine found both in green tea, and black tea makes you relax and improves cardiovascular health by lowering the cholesterol level.
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