The Beginners Guide To Health (Finding The Starting Point)

The Goodness of Tea

Tea is not only enjoyable but healthy and easy to make, too, unlike its other alternatives.

As matcha is getting more known in the US, let us discuss the health benefits of a tea.
There are over 150 million Americans consuming a variety of teas. So what is the big deal?

1. Better your Concentration
Some people reach for chamomile after a long day. Would you want to add some green tea into the mix?
It was revealed by some studies that green tea will increase your brain function. It reduces stress, calm you down but increases alertness, all simultaneously.

There is a tea native in Africa that is caffeine-free, it is called Rooibos or red tea.

This caffeine-free Rooibos or red tea is known to decrease insomnia, stress and headaches. Reach for the red tea if you are not so into caffeine.

2. Detoxifies yourself
, It’s all about detoxing.
Treatments used in cleaning our bodies leave out traces of chemicals inside our bodies.

As we always eat, detoxing the body from harmful chemicals is a must to keep the body healthy.

There are some teas available in the market that also has detoxifying effects, some are green, black, ginger, white, dandelion and so forth.

3. Rids you off inflammation
What does ginger, garlic, and turmeric have in common?

They have anti-inflammatory properties. Allow steeping of the minced garlic and turmeric in a hot ginger tea.

Another option is brewing up a pot of ginger and chamomile instead of the garlic and turmeric.

No need to prepare for an Advil as you won’t be needing it anymore.
Green tea also has anti-inflammatory properties, add it to your tea to give it a caffeine boost.

4. Feeling down while having your monthly period
Get the peppermint tea ready. It helps improve and soothes your tummy. When you experience cramping, green tea makes it feel better.
Do not drink coffee if you’re experiencing irregular periods. Tea will keep you hydrated.
Red raspberry leaf can also be another option but it doesn’t taste like raspberries.

5. Antioxidants in tea: The big deal
This is the biggest deal. That is why scientists and health experts are very much interested in tea.

These chemicals found in some food such as fruits and vegetables are very healthy for human consumption. Antioxidants give off positive effects to our body.

These also rid our body of deadly diseases such as cancer, stroke, and heart problems, and also liver problems. They can even lower blood pressure and cholesterol. And a lot more to mention.

So hurry!

Save yourself from buying expensive lattes, be a tea drinker instead. There are many varieties of tea found in your local Japanese tea shop to match every life’s scenarios.

So which tea fits your life scenario now? So which tea is your favorite now?

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