Wonder Tea: Do you know these facts about Herbal Tea

Rooibos tea

In a fast-paced world with skyrocketing stress levels, we often forget to care for ourselves. In an everlasting war to squeeze the maximum out of stipulated time, we tend to grab quick bites and junk food.

In the midst of this clamor, what we really need is 2 minutes of nonchalance and a cup of herbal tea to calm our nerves!

We all are well acquainted with the fact that wonder tea and its benefits are numerous, however many of us actually fail to understand what it actually contains and the kind of benefits it offers.

Herbal TeaRooibos tea

Herbal tea, unlike regular tea or coffee, does not contain caffeine. This means that it will definitely not cause insomnia and restlessness.

On the contrary, it is actually a concoction of plants, herbs and other spices that are known to cause a soothing effect on the mind, body, and soul.

One of the widely known benefits of herbal tea is that it aids digestion and is therefore consumed post dinner.

Learn more: Best Teas to Lose weight and Burn Excessive Fat

Green Tea

Green tea

Many of us consume green tea and are unaware of the fact that it actually has cancer prevention properties and also discourages the growth of tumors. No wonder, it is also known as the “wonder tea”!

Ginger Tea

Most of us have grandparents at home, suffering from arthritis. A simple, home-made remedy to fight this and rejuvenate the body with new-found energy and vigor is ginger tea!

Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea is the ultimate stress buster! This is because it contains tryptophan, an amino acid known for its tranquilizing effects.

So, if you are feeling restless and craving a good sleep, have a cup of chamomile tea to soothe your nerves.

Peppermint Tea

Green Tea

If you feel giddy or queasy, there is always a cup of peppermint tea to the rescue! With a fresh aroma and calming taste, peppermint tea is known to instigate bile production in the gall bladder, which in turn breaks down fat and chases away nausea!

Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus tea is known to lower blood pressure. We understand that people with high blood pressure have to make sacrifices such as giving up on salt.

However, drinking a cup of Hibiscus tea may lower blood pressure. Not very popular now, it used to be one of the most popular Egyptian teas, served in tea-houses.

Read more: All you need to know about Green Tea


Not only blood pressure but have herbal teas also helped to keep blood sugar level under control. Nowadays, diabetes has become a lifestyle disorder. Hence, it is a must to consume a cup a day!

Herbal teas also have anti-aging effects.  They contain antioxidants, which prevent free radical damage and reduce cell aging. Besides this, they also act as anti-depressants! With so many benefits, there is no reason why this wondrous concoction shouldn’t be consumed!

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