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Exploring the Benefits of Herbal Teas

Not every tea has side effects not every tea has caffeine. Satisfy your Tea cravings with these simple Herbal teas and make your day toxin free.

Herbal tea, derived from the infusion of various plant parts like leaves, flowers, roots, and fruits, has been cherished for centuries for its holistic benefits. They are not very commonly known compare to green tea and black tea. But yes, definitely it is gaining popularity as it is a treasure trove of natural compounds and health benefits like weight loss, improving digestion, good sound sleep and is completely caffeine free.

To see the recipes of all the herbal tea refer this link. –>  Recipe of herbal teas 

1. Hibiscus Tea/ Gudhal ke phool ki chai

Hibiscus flower also known as Gudhal ke phool and  its scientific name is Hibiscus rosa-sinensis. Hibiscus tea or we can call is roselle pink tea is very popular herbal tea because of its health benefits. The taste and look of tea is a desirable addition to it. Make a healthy choice for your life and change your tea with herbal tea.

Health benefits of hibiscus tea:

  • It lowers the stress in our mind and can act as an anti-depressant.

  • This tea is a great anti-oxidant and clear out the toxins in your intestine

  • Consuming it hot without sugar will support in weight loss.

  • Hot tea will aid to the indigestion, combine it with lemon and ginger for best results.

  • It helps in controlling the high blood pressure.

Consume the tea in moderate amount to witness the complete benefits. Excess of Hibiscus tea too can cause side effects.

 2. Peppermint Tea/ Pudhina chai

Peppermint aids to the digestion and has many anti-inflammatory properties. Peppermint is used to make many medicines which helps in curing indigestion. If peppermint leaves are so promising, then how propitious would its tea be, lets see….

Health benefits of Peppermint tea

  • Pudina tea has excellent anti-inflammatory properties, so can be consumed for any aches in the body.
  • Best treatment for acidity, gas, stomach ache or other stomach ailments.
  • It is one of the best detoxifier and can be consumed empty stomach.
  • Can be used in skin related treatments.

Consume it in a proportionate quantity for having the maximum benefits.

3. Lemongrass Tea/nimbu ghas ki chai

Lemongrass has a unique lemony fragrance, which makes your morning tea delightfully healthy. Lemongrass grows in any environment with bare minimum maintenance, can be used in many recipes like tea, chutney, Thai curry and Asian recipes. They can be used in a dried or fresh form; both are equally beneficial. A hot cup of tea will give you a soothe feeling on your palate and in your stomach too, as it has healing properties.

Health benefits of Lemongrass:

  • Mainly used for improving digestion and keeping gut issues at bay.
  • Like all herbal tea Lemongrass tea is also used for controlling excess weight.
  • It is a great anti-oxidant and has anti-inflammatory properties.


4. Bluebellvine / Butterfly pea tea

Butterfly pea also known as Butterfly pea, Blue pea, Vishnu Kantta, Aprajita, Bluebellvine, Asian pigeonwings. Its scientific name is Clitoria ternatea. This flower tea plays a very important role in giving lots of health benefits. It improves health of your hair, eyes, brain, skin, stomach and many more.

Health benefits of Butterfly pea tea:

  • It is a great antioxidants and improves the health condition of your skin and keep skin diseases at bay.
  • In ayurveda this flower is being suggested to improve eye sight or used for curing eye diseases.
  • Like all other flower teas this tea also helps in blood circulation, improves digestion and has anti inflammatory properties.
  • It is considered among the cancer fighting drinks and is very beneficial for the same.


5. Echinacea tea

Echinacea flower also known as purple coneflower, hedgehog coneflower. Its scientific name is Igelkopfwurzel. This herb was always being famous for its medicinal properties it treats fever, malaria or blood poisoning, ancient people totally depends on this flower. With time when allopath came into picture, people slowly forgot this magical flower. Lets learn what more this flower has to serve you.     

Health benefits of Echinacea tea:

  • This purple flower was most demanded during corona pandemic. Its anti-viral properties, treating the influenza and breathing problem make it a hit during that period. 
  • This herb has many anti- inflammatory properties and helps in controlling aches in any body part.
  • Echinacea tea helps in improving immunity system and helps in fighting diseases.

6.Yarrow tea/ Sanguinary tea


Yarrow flower or sanguinary flower scientific name is Achillea millefolium. This herb acts a antibiotic and protects from bacterial infections. It is also known for its healing properties.

Health benefits of Yarrow Tea:

  • It has antibacterial properties which protects the body from infections and helps in fighting it.
  • Anti oxidants are found in this tea, which gives you glowing skin and good health.
  • Yarrow flower is used for healing wounds and cuts.

7. Calendula Tea/

Zergul Tea

Calendula flowers also known as Marigold, Zergul has lot of medicinal properties and used in making various ayurvedic and allopathic medicines. It plays a major role in curing anti-bacterial, anti-fungal , healing wounds and many more. Having a cup of these yellow flowers will help in curing so many diseases.

Health Benefits of Calendula tea

  • Its anti-septic properties prevent you from getting or spreading infections.
  • Calendula tea is used in treating skin related ailments, cuts , wounds, bruises.
  • Stomach related issues, vomiting sensations , acidity all these can be curable by consuming this herb tea.

Note: These herbal teas are very beneficial for major and minor ailments and being tested at home. Consume them in moderate quantity. Consult the doctor if you face any side effects after consuming it.

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