A cup of herbal tea in the morning can provide a gamut of benefits to the body, skin and hair. Take a look.
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.
Kadha or herbal tea is a concoction of different medicinal herbs and spices that help you revive and rejuvenate from within.
Experts recommend warm herbal tea during winters as it helps ease nasal congestion and soothes the discomfort that comes with incessant coughing.
Some of the remedies of diabetes are hidden in our kitchen - in the tea counter, to be specific.
Nutritionist Lovneet Batra, in an Instagram post, recommends five herbal teas you may try depending upon the health issue you are struggling with.
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.
Ukado recipe may vary from person to person. It is a healthy concoction of herbs and spices that help benefit overall health.
Linden tea is usually made by boiling Linden flowers and letting is steep for 10-15 minutes.
Fruit-Infused teas have gained popularity for their multiple health benefits besides being delicious and refreshing.