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Health in Every Sip

Health in Every Sip

After plain water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world. It is popular across cultures, races and geographies – consumed by male and female, old and young, rich and poor. In that sense, tea is a great leveller. It is estimated that around 7 billion kgs of tea are consumed every year. One of the reasons for the popularity of tea is that it is perceived to be a healthy drink.

We are well aware of the popularity of tea in India. It is consumed several times a day in most households, offices, restaurants, street-sides – and even at special occasions and events. Tea drinking is believed to have originated in China, over 4,700 years ago. In any case, China remains the leading producer of tea, but India follows in second place.

Tea comes from the tea plant, more specifically the leaves of the plant Camellia Sinensis. There are several types of tea, depending on how it is brewed and what gets added to it; however, they largely fall into categories such as Green Tea, Black Tea, Oolong Tea and Herbal Tea.

What is Herbal Tea
Herbal Tea differs from the others in that it is not brewed from the tea plant; rather it is composed of a blend of herbs, spices and flowers. In general, herbal teas are not supposed to contain caffeine. They may also be called Herbal Infusions or Tisanes.

More so than any other kind of tea, Herbal Tea is packed with medicinal benefits. It is used to treat sore throat, cold and cough, upset stomach… even arthritis, hemorrhoids and headache. Certain kinds of herbal teas are believed to treat insomnia, alleviate stress, induce relaxation and even reduce menstrual pain and muscular spasms.

Others control blood pressure and circulation, improve skin health and provide relief from allergies. Some think Herbal Tea even has anti-ageing properties. It all depends on the herbal ingredients that go into the tea, but all things considered, Herbal Tea is one of the healthiest beverages you can ever have.

The medicinal advantages of Herbal Tea may be linked to the curative and nutritional properties of its component herbs. Because it comes loaded with antioxidants, it is a very good holistic solution to a range of health issues. Being extremely low calorie, it actually aids weight loss and hence makes for an excellent lifestyle choice.

Beneficial Ingredients
As mentioned, there are various kinds of herbal teas – varying by way of what ingredients go into them. Lemon grass, rose petals, fennel seeds, dry ginger, peppermint, chamomile, hibiscus, turmeric... these and many more natural ingredients make Herbal Tea what it is. The infusion of each, or a combination of few, give herbal teas their distinctive flavour and properties.

As with most products, you should be cognisant of what you’re purchasing. Authentic herbal teas will properly list their ingredients, which you can always check and verify what they can do for your health. Be wary of herbal teas that may claim to be so, but aren’t actually. That’s why it’s best to always trust an authentic source.

Packed with Goodness
We Herbal is a brand that promises 100% natural and herbal ingredients in every one of its products. Absolutely no artificial chemicals – not even artificial colours or fragrances. We Herbal’s Herbal Tea is packed with goodness in every sip. That’s because it is made from a blend of historically health-enhancing ingredients and herbs including lemon grass, pudina, tulsi, dry ginger, cinnamon, long pepper, rose petals, fennel seeds and cardamom.

We Herbal’s Herbal Tea is so easy to make, anyone can brew themselves a cup. It literally involves adding it to boiling water, filtering and drinking.
You can purchase We Herbal’s Herbal Tea via this link. Go ahead, introduce your family to a healthy choice and make a beneficial lifestyle shift today.

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