When it comes to tea, there seems to be a bigger range than ever to choose from – from old favourites to teas from far flung lands there are plenty to discover – many have health benefits too, so whether you want to lower blood pressure or find out what tea helps with digestion, there are many that you can try like this one https://www.vivolife.co.uk/blogs/news/5-herbal-teas-to-beat-the-bloat-and-improve-digestion
Here is a brief guide to some of the more popular, as well as some slightly less heard of teas that you may want t try in the future…
Green tea – Green tea is hugely popular thanks to its widely researched health benefits. Rich in antioxidants and known to help with weight loss this wonder tea comes in many flavours and varieties such as matcha so try a few different types.
Chai Tea – Not actually a tea in leaf form, but this blend of Indian spices such as cinnamon and clove served with hot milk is a lovely tasty treat for the cooler winter months and a pleasant alternative to a hot chocolate.
Chamomile Tea – Named after the plant that the tea comes from, this tea is made from the flowers of the chamomile plant. It has a floral taste and is widely believed to help to calm and treat anxiety. Because of its relaxing properties, it is the perfect drink to enjoy before bed to make the most of a restful night’s sleep.