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    10 Types Of Tea To Keep You Warm This Winter

    Types of tea you should try this winter to keep yourself warm and healthy

    As the temperature has taken a dip with the mark of fall, our cravings turn to some comfort food, with a warm cup of Chai. Making most of the weather conditions you can make tea time an Instagram-worthy ritual trying out some unique blend of tea varieties.

    With tea being the most consumed beverage across the country you can try these tea sachets and have a relaxing time while socialising and nibbling on snacks. Here are the top 10 varieties of teas to try out this winter season.

    Fiery tea/Bhut Jolokia tea

    Aromica fiery tea dotted with ginger and a dash of lemon powder has a fresh aroma and unique flavour. It was introduced on July 9th this year by Guwahati based tea connoisseur and entrepreneur.

    Blue Tea

    This beverage is rich in antioxidants, anti-diabetic properties, boosters for brain activity and much more. This tea is a blend of the Asian pigeonwings flower or Butterfly pea flower, commonly known as Oprajita.

    Lemon & ginger tea

    This tea boosts your immune system and gives a relaxing feeling. You can prepare the tea at home by straining the ginger on warm water, add a bit of honey, cinnamon, lemon into it.

    Photo Credit: Times Food

    Mint Green tea

    Green tea is one of the most popular beverages consumed worldwide for its remarkable and essential health benefits. There are a number of brands available in the market but this winter tries the mint, ginger green tea for a relaxing day.

    Tulsi tea

    The Tulsi plant is considered auspicious in the Indian subcontinent as many worship the plant. The plant leaves have many health benefits and have healing properties consumption of which is considered recovery from various ailments. The tulsi tea helps boost immune help distress.

    Turmeric tea

    Its strong anti-inflammatory properties can help ease inflammation and swelling in people with arthritis. This reduces painful symptoms.

    Photo Credit: LCR Health

    Masala Tea

    This flavoured tea beverage is prepared by brewing black tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices and herbs.

    Hibiscus tea

    This beverage is known to prevent hypertension, lower blood pressure, reduce blood sugar levels, keep liver healthy, help with menstrual cramps, depression, aid digestion and help with weight management.

    Photo Credit: My Food Story

    Chamomile tea

    This herb comes from the daisy-like flowers. It is loaded with antioxidants that may play a role in lowering the risk of several diseases, including heart disease and cancer. Chamomile has properties that may aid sleep and digestion.

    Jasmine tea

    It has antioxidants, aids in weight loss, promotes good oral health. You can enjoy a hot cuppa after having your dibber.

    Cover Photo Credit: Cup & Leaf



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