Benefits of Green Tea

Did you know tea was discovered accidentally? Thanks to a Chinese emperor who paused to watch when leaves from a wild tree flew and descended in his pot of boiling water. After that, there was no turning back. Variations of tea were then prepared to serve different health purposes. Two of these popular variations include: Green tea and Black tea. From relieving stress to improving energy levels and strengthening immunity, the reported health benefits of both the teas are endless.

Here’s calling all the tea lovers to discover your perfect cuppa.

Best Green Tea

Lipton Honey Lemon Green Tea

There’s no better way to start your day than waking up to a morning cup of hot tea that leaves you feeling active and refreshed. Lipton Green Tea does this job pretty well with the infusion of Honey and Lemon to create a cup of calorie-free tea that bursts with a refreshing flavor. Oh, and give it some time before you watch it impart a hydrating glow to your face. We’re in love.

Vahdam Organic Himalayan Green Tea 

This organic drink comes with no frills attached. Packed with antioxidants, this Himalaya green tea promises to detoxify your stomach (and mind) while aiding weight loss. Apart from helping normalize blood pressure to boost cardiovascular health, this healthy beverage is also believed to treat gastrointestinal infections. And then of course, you can cool a used tea bag and pat it on your eyes as a quick pick-me-up for puffy eyes.

Gardner Street Glow Whole Leaf Green Tea Bags

Nothing beats a hot cup of relaxing (quite literally) tea that pleases your taste buds while calming your senses. Fortified with a mildly-sedative effect, the Tea Treasure Calm Tea is all you need to unwind after a hectic day. Traditional herbs such as Shankhpushpi, Gotukola, Chamomile, Gulebnapsha and Echinacea come together to deliver a burst of tranquility in the midst of chaos. Talk about regaining your sani-tea at the end of the day.

Tea Treasure Calm Tea

Ah, finally a delight to find your favorite comfort food make to this list, innit? The higher the amount of cocoa solids in the chocolate, the higher the amount of iron and antioxidants in it. So we don’t mean anything less than 55% cocoa. Besides, the extra kick of copper and potassium in dark chocolate helps prevent cardiovascular ailments.

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