Healthy Herbal  Teas 

Tulsi Tea

Tulsi, or basil, is nicknamed 'the queen of herbs' and the most significant herb. The name fits because it's really healthy. Indians have used it medicinally for millennia.

Ginger Tea

When brewing winter tea, we all crush some ginger. Ginger provides flavor, soothes throats, and is nutritious. Ginger tea can rapidly improve your health.

Cinnamon Tea

Never tasted cinnamon tea? Try it now. Cinnamon makes tea silky, which I enjoy. Cinnamon has the third-highest antioxidant concentration among antioxidant-rich plants and spices. As a natural antioxidant, cinnamon helps prevent food lipid oxidation.

Peppermint Tea

Peppermint is a delightful herb found in toothpaste, shampoos, chocolates, and liquids. One of my favorite ice cream flavors is mint chocolate. Let's stay on topic. The chilly menthol in peppermint is its major ingredient. 

Chamomile tea

Do you have trouble sleeping because your mind and imagination go into fifth gear? Chamomile tea can assist. It's interesting that this herbal drink is called 'night-time' tea. As a moderate sedative and insomnia reliever, chamomile tea before bed can help you sleep.

Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus tea can help with critical ailments like excessive cholesterol, blood pressure, liver disease, digestive, and immune systems. It also boosts metabolism. Vitamin C, antioxidants, and minerals abound in this herbal tea.

Dandelion Tea

Dandelion herbal tea helps the liver and gallbladder. The liver constantly filters blood, removes toxins, produces and releases bile, and performs other vital activities. This tea detoxifies, cleanses, and stimulates the liver, promoting digestion-boosting bile production.

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