By Sonal yakkundi in Health & Wellness
Updated 13:12 IST Jun 20, 2019

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Various Types of Tea for Monsoon #MONSOONVIBES




Hello, all the chai lovers!



Rain and tea share a special bond. The spirit of rainy season drives even the non-tea drinkers to indulge in the ecstasy of flavoursome and aromatic blends of tea. To be true, for a tea lover, nothing could be as pleasurable as sipping his or her favourite tea relaxing on a window sill. Not only teas are tasty, but they are full of natural wonders that are good for your mind and body.

So, when it comes to the ways to keep healthy during monsoons, why not discuss different herbal teas? After all, tea’s main constituents are polyphenols and phytochemicals and these are antioxidants that fight free-radicals to provide you with a world of health benefits.


Tulsi Green Tea

Tulsi is a time-tested remedy for cold and cough, one of the most common health conditions that people catch during the rainy season. This miraculous leaf helps you fight infections. Tulsi Green tea. is also good for your tummy and respiratory system. Plus, it is easy to prepare. All you need tulsi and add to a cup of boiling water for a few minutes. Stain and enjoy with honey or just the concoction.



Peppermint Tea

Needless to mention, but peppermint is famous as a natural coolant and its refreshing flavour. Drinking peppermint tea has a relaxing and calming effect on your mind, which relaxes your body as well. It improves digestion and helps you fight bad breath. It can be a good choice during monsoons because this season brings along a series of digestive problems.



Green Tea

It is among one of the best and healthiest brews on the earth for obvious reasons. It is loaded with anti-oxidants and helps in curing and preventing a number of health conditions. It is also considered as a good option when it comes to detoxifying your body.


Lemongrass Ginger Tea

It is not only a refreshing tea, but it also helps you prevent and cure some of the very common health conditions that show up during rainy seasons like vomiting, fever, stomach pain, cough, exhaustion and many more. It is known for its anti-bacterial properties.



Chamomile Tea

It is a mild brew that relaxes your body and mind with every sip. In regard to monsoon and its side effects, it is useful in keeping cold and cough at bay. It is also good for your skin and hair. Moreover, it also works wonders when your stomach is upset. Apart from that, it also has diuretic properties, which is good for people with kidney diseases and diabetes.


Adrak /Masala Tea

Masala tea has origins in India and has many miraculous medicinal benefits. One cup of tea a day is more than sufficient to keep you healthy and away from all sorts of illnesses. This drink is a mixture of many ingredients including ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and black pepper.

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Kalamwali 20-Jun-2019 15:26

For a Tea lover like myself, this is a ‘tea for my soul’ kind of a piece ❤️

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