Tea Time: How is it good for us
Unlike other beverages, tea is healthy, easy to make and inexpensive.
Matcha tea is now more popular in the US, therefore, it is best to talk about its benefits.
Over 150 million Americans today have been consuming a variety of teas. So what is the big deal?
1. Improve your Focus
Some people reach for chamomile after a long day. Would you want to add some green tea into the mix?
Studies have revealed the good effects of green tea on brain function. It improves alertness and calms you down simultaneously.
It is known in Africa that Rooibos or red tea is caffeine free and native to their place.
This caffeine-free Rooibos or red tea is known to decrease insomnia, stress and headaches. If you don’t like caffeine, reach for the red tea.
2. Cleanses your body
, It’s all about detoxing.
Treatments used in cleaning our bodies leave out traces of chemicals inside our bodies.
Detoxing has become a popular method of ridding the body of harmful chemicals.
Teas that have detoxifying effects are green, black, white, ginger, dandelion and licorice roots.
3. Battling against inflammation
Ginger, garlic, and turmeric have something in common.
They are very popular anti-inflammatory agents. For a maximum effect, steep in the hot pot of ginger tea, the minced ginger, and turmeric.
Another option is brewing up a pot of ginger and chamomile instead of the garlic and turmeric.
You won’t need the Advil.
If you want to have a caffeine touch to your tea, you may add green tea.
4. Tea during period
Get your peppermint tea. It helps improve and soothes your tummy. Green tea helps soothe cramping pain.
Do not drink coffee if you’re experiencing irregular periods. Tea keeps you hydrated.
You may also drink Red raspberry leaf tea.
5. Antioxidants in tea: The big deal
This is the biggest deal. The very thing why scientists and health representatives are going crazy knowing more about teas.
These chemical properties are what make fruits and vegetables very healthy for us. Antioxidants give off positive effects to our body.
Antioxidants fight off cancer, anti-aging, risk for strokes and heart problems, and also, liver problems. They can even lower blood pressure and cholesterol. And much more.
Save yourself from buying expensive lattes, be a tea drinker instead. As they say, there’s a tea for every occasion, so go to your favorite Japanese tea shop now.
So which tea fits your life scenario now? So which tea is your favorite now?