When we think about teas to drink in the winter, we often look for something that keeps us warm, provides us with nutrients, boosts our immune system and provides relief from a cold or flu. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of herbal teas with multiple health benefits that are, without a doubt, excellent for your health.

Tulsi tea:

Tulsi or basil is considered the most important herb, often called “the queen of herbs”. Modern research has come to the conclusion that tulsi has many constituents, including those with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Stress has found a permanent place in our minds lately. Whether it’s a student or a retired senior, we are all subject to stress in one way or another, whether it’s worry, anxiety or Of voltage. This should not be taken lightly, as chronic stress can have serious effects on our mental and physical health. It can hamper your immune system functions, impair your digestive system, and affect your memory and mood. Tulsi tea may help reduce some of the effects of stress by improving endurance and supporting immune function.

Basil may be beneficial in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Hyperglycemia is caused by the body’s inability to properly break down sugar (or glucose). Basil is traditionally used to treat various respiratory problems such as bronchitis, coughs and colds. Other illnesses commonly treated with basil tea are inflammation, fever, heart disease, poisoning, stomach problems, and malaria.

Ginger tea:

We all peel a little ginger while making tea in the winter. Fusing ginger with the tea not only makes it taste great and soothes our throat, but also adds a very healthy touch to your tea. If you’re feeling down, a cup of ginger tea can instantly make you feel a little better.

Ginger tea has a soothing and relaxing effect in case of stomach problems, it can effectively and quickly relieve gas, indigestion and constipation. Another beneficial effect of this herbal tea is that it helps calm overactive stomach acids.

Ginger helps improve, support and strengthen your vocal cords. If you have an important lecture or presentation to give, then drinking ginger tea can be great for your voice. The anti-inflammatory qualities of ginger tea can help your body relieve aches and pains, it can be useful for backaches, headaches and menstrual cramps.

Ginger tea is a good source of essential minerals and vitamins such as calcium, potassium, zinc, magnesium, and vitamins B6, C, and D. It also has antiparasitic, antibacterial, and antiviral properties.

Peppermint tea:

Peppermint is a fun herb, you can find it in everyday products, from toothpaste and shampoos to chocolates and fruit juices. Menthol is the major component of peppermint, the effect of which is particularly refreshing. So the next time you have a fever, drinking a cup of peppermint tea will cause you to sweat externally, while the menthol will cool your body from the inside.

It is also excellent for your stomach. Peppermint tea and peppermint oil have been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of gastrointestinal conditions and digestive disorders. They help the body get rid of accumulated gas that causes cramps, bloating and stomach upset.

Peppermint tea also has antibacterial properties, which means it can help you fight bacterial illnesses, including coughs, colds, and fevers. Not only can it help you fight these diseases, but it can also prevent them. This herbal tea strengthens your immune system, helps to lose weight by naturally reducing your appetite, helps prevent nausea and relieves stress, colds and coughs.

Hibiscus tea:

Hibiscus tea can be very beneficial for some really serious diseases like high cholesterol, blood pressure, liver disease, digestive and immune systems. It improves the rate of your body’s metabolism. This herbal tea is rich in vitamin C, various antioxidants and minerals.

A study conducted at a college in Taiwan suggests that hibiscus has the potential to slow the growth of cancer cells in your body by inducing apoptosis, commonly known as programmed cell death.

Hibiscus iced tea can be used to quench thirst, it has an amazing quality to cool the body extremely quickly (like sports drinks). It tastes sweet and salty, you can try adding spices like clove, cinnamon and ginger as per your preference to add a spicy touch to its taste.

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