Ingredient Benefits

Q :What are the benefits of Matcha?

10 Benefits Of Drinking A Bowl Of Matcha Green Tea
1. High in Antioxidants
2. Loaded with Catechin, EGCg
3. Enhances Moods
4. Boosts Memory and Concentration
5. Increases Energy Levels and Endurance
6. Matcha Aids Weight Loss
7. Detoxifies the Body
8. Fortifies the Immune System
9. Improves Cholesterol
10. Amazing Flavor

Q : What tea is best for Arthritis?

Green tea has been used medicinally for centuries. Made from unfermented tea leaves, it’s a rich source of polyphenols. These plant compounds are powerful antioxidants. They fight free radicals, which are compounds that can damage your cells. According to the Arthritis Foundation, polyphenols have strong anti-inflammatory properties. Green tea is a particularly good source of epigallocatechin 3-gallate (EGCG). This is a type of polyphenol with particularly potent antioxidant effects.

Q : Which tea is best for Anxiety?

Best Herbal Teas for Anxiety to Soothe Your Mind and Body
  • Lavender and Chamomile Tea for Anxiety
  • Green Tea for Anxiety
  • Peppermint Tea for Anxiety
  • Black Tea for Stress

Q : What tea is best for Insomnia? 

Best Bedtime Teas That Help You Sleep
  • Chamomile. For years, chamomile tea has been used as a natural remedy to reduce inflammation, decrease anxiety and treat insomnia.
  • Valerian Root. Valerian is an herb that has been used for centuries to treat problems like insomnia, nervousness and headaches. 
  • Lavender. Has soothing qualities that helps with relaxation. 
  • Peppermint. Peppermint tea helps in aiding weight loss, reduces heartburn, makes your skin glow, inducessleep and provides satiety, further helping you to lose weight. There is barely any side effect of peppermint tea; so you can drink it any time you want to.

Q : Which tea is best for aiding Acid Reflux? 

Try caffeine-free herbal tea for acid reflux but avoid spearmint or peppermint teas. Mint triggers acid reflux for many. Chamomile, licorice and slippery elm also work well.

Q: Which Tea is best for Nausea?

  • Ginger. Ginger tea may settle the stomach when taken for indigestion, nausea or abdominal gas. 
  • Peppermint. Peppermint tea is used to settle the stomach and aid digestion, and it may help improve nausea, menstrual cramps and flatulence.
  • Chamomile. For years, chamomile tea has been used as a natural remedy to reduce inflammation, decrease anxiety and treat insomnia.
  • Licorice.

Q : Which tea is best for a sore throat?

  • Chamomile tea is naturally soothing. It has long been used for medicinal purposes, like soothing a sore throat. It's often used for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, andastringent properties. 
  • Slippery elm is an herb that’s been used as a natural remedy for centuries. It contains a substance called mucilage, which turns into a gel-like matter when mixed with water. When you drink slippery elm tea, that gel can help coat your throat, which may soothe and protect it when it’s sore. 
  • Like slippery elm tea, licorice root tea is a common alternative remedy for sore throats.Licorice root can be dangerous in large quantities, especially if you have certain health conditions. Talk to your doctor before trying licorice root tea.
  • Turmeric is a member of the ginger family. It’s often sold as a spice, dried and ground into a bright yellow powder. You can also prepare and drink it as a tea. Look for turmeric tea bags or add ground turmeric to boiling water, simmer it for several minutes, and strain it into a cup. Feel free to add honey to sweeten it.  According to research published in the Indian Journal of Research in Homeopathy, turmeric has potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties. It might help provide relief from throat pain or irritation.
  • Green tea is a rich source of antioxidants. It also has natural anti-inflammatory properties. Some believe that gargling green tea can help relieve a sore throat.