We are two weeks away from the winter season. During this season, the weather is most unkind, the days are shorter, there is fog and chilly winds. Many of us tend to step up on hot beverages especially tea.
Did you know that that drinking tea also has multiple health benefits, but did you know that there are of tea can help change your mood? You have been struggling with sleep or you are feeling stressed at work, don’t worry there is a specific type of tea which can help you. Keep reading to know more:
Unable to sleep? Lavender tea.
Drinking lavender tea will help you relax and get a good night sleep. Ideally, have it after thirty minutes after dinner and before going to sleep. The herb helps to slow down the heart rate, easing your mind so you can sleep peacefully.
Give a boost your energy - Ginger tea.
Ginger is an ancient herb and has many health benefits, it helps to eliminate headaches and body pain. Ginger is particularly good for the stomach it helps improve absorption and important nutrients. It is a great tea to have before your workout to boost your energy.
Perk me up – Masala Chai
The all-time favourite Indian masala chai, spiced with natural Indian spices like cinnamon, cardamom, star anise, nutmeg and ginger. It is a quick pick me up, it gets the mental gears moving immediately and it is extremely good for coughs, colds and stomach ailments. It is a natural stimulant.
Feeling Stressed out? Chamomile tea.
When you want to let your shoulders down and sit back and relax drinking Chamomile tea will make you feel more relaxed and calm. The warm infusion and aroma of Chamomile fills the room and refreshes your body immediately.
Feeling elated and happy? Peppermint green tea.
The ideal for moments when you want to just be one with the universe, feel good about yourself and just be your normal self. Being happy and imbibing positivity is what this infusion does.
Feeling Exhausted after a stressed day? - Organic Darjeeling Green tea.
Green tea can also be termed as the miracle drink, besides the miracles and the health benefits. It also protects you from diabetes and Parkinson’s, besides it makes you mentally alert. After a long tiring day, sit back, drop your shoulders, put your head back. This tea will make you feel more refreshed and tranquil.
Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world after water. It is the oldest beverage known to man and has been consumed for centuries by the Chinese.