Teas With Benefits – Herbal Teas that make you healthier

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We are all trying to lead more healthy and active lives but with a lot of us working full time, having young families to look after, or both, it can be difficult to find the time to plan our meals, workout and generally look after ourselves.

With herbal teas having a number of health benefits and being a good source of vitamins and minerals, they can be a great, easy way to add a little self care to the busiest of days.

Green Tea

There are so many great health benefits you can get from adding green tea to your diet. Not only is it full of antioxidants, it can speed up your metabolism, lower cholesterol, enhance your memory, and due to it’s antibacterial properties it can also improve/maintain dental health.

 

1.Whittards Green Tea  £14  2.Teapigs Mao Feng £4.15  3.Pukka Matcha Tea £2.23   4.Clipper Green Tea £2.49

Matcha Green Tea

One serving of Matcha tea is the nutritional equivalent of 10 cups of green tea similar to the ones shown above. When you drink regular green tea, the leaves are discarded afterwards, however with Matcha, you’re actually consuming the leaves so you are getting 100% of the nutritional value.

                  

           1.Teapigs Matcha £20                          2.Bloom Absolute Matcha £16.99              2.Pukka Matcha Sachets £2.23

Peppermint Tea

Peppermint tea is a refreshing drink that is incredible for your digestive health, having a cup after each meal can really help to prevent bloating. It’s also been said to improve concentration, calm anxiety and clear up skin problems.

1.Whittards Peppermint  £12  2.Teapigs Peppermint £4.15   3.Pukka mint  £2.45   4.Clipper Peppermint £1.39

Echinacea Tea

If you’re looking to boost your immune system, then this is the ticket. Echinacea is known for fighting off colds and flu and even preventing them, so introducing this into your diet before the flu season is a good idea. It’s other many medicinal benefits include, reducing inflammation, calming allergies, relieving stress, and even speeding up the wound healing process.

1. Twinings Echinacea £1.69     2.Pukka Elderberry & Echinacea Tea £2

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile tea is known for it’s calming properties. It can help promote sleep, relieve stomach pain or menstrual discomfort and soothe a sort throat, but it can also be applied directly to your skin to help clear up any skin conditions or irritation.

 

 1.Whittards Chamomile £11                2.Teapigs Chamomile £4.15                3.Pukka Chamomile £2

 

Jasmine Tea

Probably one of the most popular benefits of jasmine tea is it’s anti-ageing properties. Due to the the antioxidants it contains it is said to prevent free radicals which damage cells and contribute to ageing. It can also reduce blood pressure and stress and boost your immune system.

     

1.Whittards Jasmine £19                2.Teapigs jasmine £5.50                       3Pukka Jasmine £2   

Fennel Tea

This is another tea that aids digestion, it can help flush out excess water so it’s great before a night out if you’re wearing a fitted outfit. Other benefits include, supporting the immune system, freshening breath and lowering blood pressure.

     

1.Teapigs Fennel £4.15                              2.Clipper Fennel £1.39                      3.Dr Stuarts Fennel £1.29

I hope this has been a helpful guide, these are only a few of the herbal teas that have amazing health benefits so if you know of others then please feel free to mention them in the comments below.

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