Herbal Tea: A part of our daily diet

A cup of tea is definitely a cup of peace. Yes, indeed, it is commonly said by tea drinkers that “Tea is the magic key to the vault where the brain is kept.” Life is so incomplete without it. And what if the tea doesn’t harm you but gives health benefits?

Suitable Beverage

Comfort in a cup- The herbal tea, which, when added to your daily diet, boosts your immune system, improves heart health and digestion, gives quality sleep and much more. Add different types of herbal tea to your daily diet chart. It can bring health benefits like detoxification, good digestion and weight loss. It helps your body and also relaxes and refreshes your brain.

Herbal Beverage

Herbal tea is not just tea; it is the infusion of herbs, spices and other plant materials. It has a lot of health benefits. It’s anti–inflammatory, anticancer, antimicrobial, antidiabetic and antioxidant properties add to the growing health and wellness trend. All kinds of digestive issues like bloating, nauseous, and upset stomach are calmed by a cup of herbal tea, as it has all kinds of herbal ingredients to soothe your pain.

Let’s look for different kinds of Herbal Teas

Chamomile – Daisy-like plant tea

Chamomile herbal tea is a natural remedy for various health issues. It has a flavonoids chemical. These flavonoids are a variety of nutrients present in many plants, and they have a lot of medicinal effects. As chamomile has anti-inflammatory properties, it relieves menstruation pains, stomach ulcers, indigestion and bloated stomach.

If you consume this tea with meals, it can control blood sugar levels too. After having heavy meals, you may suffer acid reflux, bloating, and gas, but Chamomile tea’s natural remedy wards off all gastrointestinal problems.

Fennel Tea- Desi Spice in a tea

Beat the bloat with a natural spice found in the kitchen drawer. You might have heard your granny giving you fennel seeds from the olden days if you suffer from indigestion, gas or nausea. Indeed, it is one of the desi spices to cool your body.

This tea regulates the appetite, reduces gas, and treats hypertension and stress. Moreover, it relieves irritable bowel syndrome, and consuming fennel tea first in the morning helps boost heart, gut, eye and gum health.

Minty Herb Tea – Peppermint tea

People have used peppermint for flavouring and its medicinal properties for centuries. Drinking peppermint tea freshens your breath. As peppermint leaves contain essential oils, dipping in hot water releases menthol, menthone and limonene, which ease bloating and indigestion.

In addition, peppermint tea reduces stress, treats headaches, and soothes cold symptoms. It also helps to alleviate constipation and stomach aches. A punchy, refreshing, rich in antioxidants beverage gives a lot of nutritional benefits.

Ginger Tea

Suppose you have motion sickness symptoms like dizziness and vomiting. Don’t worry. Ginger tea gives calmness. Gingerols in ginger relieve nausea. Moreover, ginger tea is caffeine free, and one can take them any time of the day.

It also helps in weight loss, reduces inflammation, relieves period pain and improves digestion. A cup of ginger tea reduces muscle pain and can also treat pain from chronic injuries. Additionally, it is a good digestive aid and works well for bloating stomachs.

Hibiscus Tea

Companies make hibiscus tea from brightly coloured flowers of hibiscus plants. Dried calyces of the flower are used in hibiscus tea and offer a refreshing flavour. It has antioxidant properties, which help to lower blood pressure and reduce blood cholesterol.

In addition, it wards off the fatty liver and decreases body fat and body weight. Feeling bloated and heavy before going to bed, sip hibiscus tea as it aids in digestion. Surely, it is a herbal remedy for better health and well-being.

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Optimistic Travelers is a popular travel and lifestyle blog which focuses on travel, travel tips, lifestyle, food and drinks.  Optimistic Travelers is run by me (Nik) and my husband Sam. I come from a background in Pharmaceuticals however; travelling writing has always been my passion. Sam has a background in Information and Technology, Sam fell in love with photography and blogging a few years ago. Well seasoned traveler, nowadays he is the official photographer of optimistictravelers.com and I tend to do the writing and editing. We both are self-driven Optimistic Travelers with a strong interest in lifestyle, adventure, food and obviously travel. We are currently in Canada and loving it! Most of our time is dedicated to working on Optimistic Travelers and earn a good living from it.

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