Herbal teas have long been considered warriors in the battle against bad health. Ginger, tulsi, mint, even pepper and cinnamon are all extremely healthy.
Five herbal teas that will be your best companions during gloomy winter days.
The advantages of drinking ginseng tea are not completely unknown to the world. It has been consumed by Koreans for centuries, but now as herbal teas take the centrestage in the nutrition world, ginseng tea ...
Blue Tea is made by seeping dried butterfly-pea flowers in water and can be enjoyed both hot and cold. It is also said to have weight loss benefits.
Besides the regular black tea and green tea, a new class of herbal and caffeine free teas has emerged in the last few years. These herbal teas are actually infusions of herbs, plants, spices or ...
Fruit-infused teas may contain some water soluble vitamins and nutrients that may get seeped into the water that the fruits are being boiled in.
Herbal teas are known as warriors in the battle against poor health. Herbal teas like adrak chai (ginger tea), tulsi tea, masala chai, and even cinnamon tea help boost our immunity. Here are a few ...
The air quality is expected stay grim for next few days, and therefore, it is a wise idea for you to bolster your diet with all things healing and nutritious.
Ginger-Turmeric Herbal Tea: During this change in weather, you could try including some warm, herbal tea in your diet for stronger immunity. It could help alleviate the discomfort that comes with a sore throat.
Linden tea is usually made by boiling Linden flowers and letting is steep for 10-15 minutes.