Tasty Herbal Tea to Boost Your Immune System
Herbal teas have been around for centuries. Herbal teas can be made from tea leaves, including green tea, black tea and oolong tea, dried fruits, flowers, spices, or herbs, according to Healthline.
In addition to being delicious, some herbal teas have health-promoting properties. In fact, herbal teas have been used as natural remedies for a variety of ailments for hundreds of years. Interestingly, modern science has begun to find evidence supporting some of the traditional uses of herbal teas, as well as some new ones.
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Dandelion Tea - Detox & Purify the body
If you want your body to effectively detox, then limit drinking or smoking. Or drink herbal teas to help the organs work more efficiently.
In Vietnam, there are many herbal teas that are good for the liver and kidneys. Such as eucalyptus tea and ginger tea. One tea that is both good for the liver and kidneys is dandelion tea.
Dandelion tea is good for the liver and kidneys. As a result, your body will detox itself and eliminate toxins more effectively. In addition, dandelion tea is also a diuretic. Thanks to this, we can get rid of excess water in the body.
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Red Apple Tea - Lighten skin & Boost immune system
Apple tea is a concoction that is made by boiling apple slices along with black tea leaves and can be spiced with cinnamon and cloves. The tea can be consumed warm or cold and is slightly sweet and flavourful.
Red apple tea contains a lot of vitamin C, which helps protect and restore the skin from the effects of the sun. The ingredient can be the main raw material for the body to create collagen.
Apple tea helps boost digestion because apples have good amounts of soluble fiber in them. Soluble fiber is also known to be great for weight loss. Apples also have malic acid, which ensures a healthy digestive system, according to NDTV.
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Bitter Melon Tea - Manage Diabetes
Bitter gourd or bitter melon is probably not among one of our most favored vegetables, but most of us are aware of the fact that it's incredibly beneficial for our health.
Bitter gourd has traditionally been considered a natural food to regulate blood sugar levels and manage diabetes. Bitter gourd tea may also help diabetics.
Bitter gourd tea may also help cholesterol patients reduce levels of cholesterol in their blood, due to the anti-inflammatory properties of bitter gourd.
Green Tea - Benefit the Heart
Green tea is considered to have the most health benefits of any tea. The reason is that green tea after processing retains most of the healthy components of fresh tea leaves.
Green tea contains many groups of catechins, which are effective antioxidants. So the effects of green tea are weight loss, improved heart health, preventing some types of cancer, and reducing the risk of diabetes. It also prevents some cardiovascular diseases.
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Zero Degree Green Tea - Reduce Body Heat
With EGCG from tea leaf and supplemented with vitamin C to strengthen health to adapt to the new normal state, Zero Degree Green Tea by Tan Hiep Phat has become a hit and is used every day by millions of young people.
Because the tea is manufactured by Aseptic cold-extraction technology, it keeps the maximum amount of healthy nutrients from Thai raw green tea leaves, especially EGCG. EGCG compounds help rejuvenate the body and beautify the skin. It can also help people lose weight, keep fit, as well as relieve stress and fatigue.
Recognized as Vietnam's National Brand product, Zero Degree Green Tea is one of the most popular refreshment drinks. In a market survey, 71% of respondents said that they regularly use the product. Zero Degree Green Tea has Halal certification for drinks in Muslim countries.
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Ginger Tea - Anti-inflammatory
People have used ginger to treat inflammation for centuries, and now science backs up this practice for certain uses. Research shows that the compounds in ginger called gingerol and shogaol help reduce the production of pro-inflammatory markers, according to Healthline.
Ginger tea may also help alleviate menstrual cramps if you take it at the start of your period. Many people also believe that drinking ginger tea also helps the body warm-up. As a result, our body burns more energy. However, this warm feeling is only a side effect of some spicy spices.
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