This Monsoon – "Sip Tea" And Boost Immunity!

Publish Date:Jul 28, 2018

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During monsoon, one needs to be very careful because, excess humidity leads to rapid growth of bacteria and viruses, which eventually causes a lot of infections and allergies. So how can we protect ourselves from these infections and allergies? What are the perfect immune boosters throughout the monsoons? Well – “the answer is a perfect cup of Tea”!

Though tea these days has become a form of recreational beverage – During the ancient days Tea was used as medicinal drink. With a variety of Tea available – monsoons are the best time to enjoy various varieties of Tea and boost immunity. We are here with some easy to make herbal teas which contain antioxidants

1.Ginger Tea:

 

 

We all might have heard elders advising us to sip a cup of ginger tea while suffering from cough and cold. They said so since Ginger Tea is a miracle spice helping the body to fight infections and clears the respiratory system. Ginger tea also keeps the stomach healthy during monsoon.

2.Peppermint Tea:

 

 

Peppermint is known for its medicinal properties. Peppermint improves digestion and is beneficial in getting rid of bad breath. Drinking peppermint tea will calm your mind and relax you. 

3.Lemon Grass Tea:

 

 

Lemon Grass has anti – bacterial properties and is a mild astringent. Lemongrass is a good home remedy for stomach pain, vomiting and drinking this tea will refresh you.

4.Green Tea:

 

 

Green Tea is considered as the one of the healthiest beverages. It fights common diseases and is effective in flushing out toxins from the body.

5.Basil Tea:

 

 

Holy basil or Tulsi is found in almost every Indian house. It is a powerful home remedy for many ailments like headache, cold and cough. The healing properties of basil or tulsi make it the perfect ingredient for herbal tea.

We hope you enjoy at least one of these Tea Flavors during this weekend!

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