Tea is considered to be one of the most widely consumed beverages after water in the entire world. As per the Tea Association of USA, tea is found in almost 80% of American pantries in one form or another. 


Tea is rich in naturally occurring polyphenols. These polyphenols are a form of antioxidants that are known to reduce the risk of heart diseases. People who consume green tea or black tea regularly experience much fewer cases of heart diseases. Green tea is considered to be the healthiest beverage in the world. The antioxidants in green tea are quite good for your liver, brain function, as well as for heart health. They have even been found to have benefits in fighting cancer. 


Doesn't that convince you to brew a pot full of tea right away? Let’s have a look at some of the healthiest tea in the world


  • Ashwagandha Tea

  • Ashwagandha is an ancient medicinal herb that is native to India and North America. The roots and leaves have medicinal properties and are used to treat a variety of conditions. Adding Ashwagandha extracts to your diet raises insulin secretion and sensitivity, thus keeping your diabetes in check. Withaferin, a compound found in Ashwagandha, releases apoptosis that causes the death of cancer cells.  


     

    How to make Ashwagandha tea:  

    • Fill a disposable tea filter with 1 tbsp of the herb blend 
    • Boil 200 ml of water at 80-90°C 
    • Steep for 3-5 minutes 
    • Add any sweetener of your choice 

  • Matcha Tea

  • Matcha Tea dates back to 7th century China. Matcha is rich in catechins, which are a form of antioxidants. Matcha is known to benefit your liver. It is counted among the best tea for good health. Matcha is also proven to boost brain function and it helps in protecting the body from cancer. 


     

    How to make Matcha tea:

    • Fill a disposable tea filter with 1 tbsp of the herb blend 
    • Boil 200 ml of water at 80-90°C 
    • Refrigerate for 3-4 hours, or you can also add ice cubes  
    • Consume it as it is, or with nut milk or plain milk  

  • Citrus Cooler Iced Tea

  • Iced tea dates back to 1904 America. It came into being as a result of innovation by a tea seller who wanted to accelerate the pace of his business. Today you find hundreds of varieties of iced tea. Iced tea is the new age tea for a healthier mind and body. Citrus Cooler Iced Tea is an instant mood lifter that refreshes the mind and keeps your body cool at the same time. It is a healthy tea, rich in vitamins and minerals, and is available unsweetened. It helps the body stay hydrated as well as boosts immunity. 


     

    How to make unsweetened iced tea

    Our unsweetened iced teas are available as an instant mix powder. Just open the sachet and make yourself a refreshing drink. 


  • Organic Turmeric Ginger Chai Latte Premix

  • Chai tea owes its origin to Southeast Asia. If you can not live without coffee but are worried about what it can do to your diet and body, chai tea is your go to drink. We have got a healthier alternative for you in the form of an organic chai latte. Everyone loves this spicy and flavored tea because it is sugar-free, helps in digestion, and promotes weight loss. A wonderful drink for a healthier body, it takes only a few minutes to be made. 


    How to make organic Chai Latte:

    • Boil 200 ml of water 
    • Add the 1 tbsp Chai Latte herb blend 
    • For the iced tea version, keep it in the refrigerator for 3-4 hours 

  • Detox Kahwa Green tea

  • Kahwa tea originated from the Yarkand valley in China during the Kushan empire in the first or second century. Detox Kahwa green tea is one of the healthiest tea to improve immune function and promotes better sleep as well as skin functions. This tea helps in weight loss as well as clear blemishes at the same time. This kahwa green tea has antimicrobial properties and reduces oxidative stress. 


     

    How to make Detox Kahwa Green Tea: 

    • Boil 200 ml of water 
    • Add 1 tbsp of detox green tea 
    • Let the herbal blend steep for 2-3 minutes 
    • For the iced tea version, keep it in the refrigerator for 3-4 hours 
    • Add milk, sugar, honey, lemon, or any other sweetener of your choice 

  • Classic Chamomile Herbal Tea

  • Chamomile is cultivated across India, South America, South Africa, and Australia. But it was first made commercially available as a tea in Egypt. A highly flavorful tea, it is a great option for a healthy body and energetic soul. Chamomile tea has anti-estrogenic benefits. As a result, it helps in increasing bone density in menopausal women. It also reduces menstrual cramps and abdominal pain. 


     

    How to make flower-based tea

    • Boil 200 ml of water 
    • Add 1 tbsp of flower based tea package  
    • Let the herbal blend steep for 2-3 minutes 
    • For the iced tea version, keep it in the refrigerator for 3-4 hours 
    • Add honey, lemon, or any other sweetener of your choice 


    Tea is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world. But experts advise that the per day consumption of tea must be limited to 3-4 cups. Anything beyond that might cause side effects. Tannis, a substance found in tea, in excess consumption can cause iron deficiency. But moderate consumption of tea has many health benefits. Ready to brew yourself a cup? Which one will you pick?

     

    Cheers!

    Himanshi Hairiya

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