Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and the spirit
Herbal teas or ‘botanical teas’ are one such category of teas that have antioxidant properties along with several medicinal benefits which help us to lead a happy life. Our fast-paced schedules often suck us into the well of tension. We are under the constant pressure of outdoing ourselves. Take a break, and have a cup of tea. These herbal teas have been proven to be effective in clearing up your mind and to make you feel relaxed.
Peppermint is a herb native to Europe and Asia. For centuries, peppermint has been used for its flavouring as well as medicinal properties. The menthol in peppermint makes the tea taste minty and mildly sweet. The light and refreshing taste of this tea has several other benefits as well. A fresh-brewed batch of peppermint tea can help you clear out the stress from your mind and boost your immunity.
The name chamomile comes from the ancient Greek words kamai (earth) and melon (apple). Standing true to the name of its origin, chamomile tea leaves taste of sweet apples with a tinge of honey-combed sweetness. It has a silky feel and yet remains a clean, delicately floral herbal tea. From the very first sip, it feels wonderfully soothing. Chamomile tea not only eases your anxiety and helps you to sleep better, but it also treats dark circles. It has multifold benefits, which leave your body, mind and spirit radiating.
Made from dried rose petals, this tea is rich in phytochemicals which induces a lot of medicinal benefits in this herbal tea. Rose contains anti-inflammatory properties and has been an effective aid in aromatherapy to improve your mood and help you sleep better. It relieves pain, tension and grief. A cup of aromatic and fresh rose tea will elevate your mood and help you relax.
Ashwagandha is sometimes referred to as Indian ginseng. It has rejuvenating properties that produce energy. Detail investigations, both clinical and experimental, have observed that ashwagandha acts as an antistress and adaptogenic herb. Regular use of ashwagandha improves stress tolerance, thereby enhancing mental capabilities. It is also known to boost immunity. You can add honey to sweeten the flavour of an otherwise bitter tea.
A beautiful flower vine, passionflower, has been known for decades to reduce anxiety and calm your mind. It is mild in flavour, with a grassy earthiness and can be sweetened with a dash of floral honey. Some of the compounds of passionflower prevent you from overthinking. It has sleep-inducing and relaxing properties. This seasonal flower tea has been a trusted source for people around the globe to ease the clouds of stress in their life.