Tea time is one of the most calmest time of the day; a cup of warm tea and a nice novel is a dream or maybe sitting in a cafe in London drinking earl grey. It is quite well known that tea has its own magical calming effects. After a long day of work or with a newspaper; you need tea.
Tea does not only have its calming effects but it also used in medicine and has a lot of health benefits. We have made a list of all the different types of teas for your every mood. Tired, stressed, want to fall asleep or stay away? We have a tea for that.
Green Tea For Happy Times
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Green tea is not just amazing for weight loss but it can also make you happy. Green tea has caffeine in it which boosts mental awareness and has antioxidants that can help you feel happier. It also aids with the dopamine release which automatically lifts up your mood.
Kava Kava Tea For The Crazy Euphoric Adventures
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Kava kava is a local drink from the pacific region which has really strong euphoric effects. The key compound in kava tea is called kavain which triggers a euphoric effect in your body when you drink the tea. Kava tea has two more interesting compounds desmethyoxyyangonin, which drives up dopamine levels in the brain and yangonin which gives you the happy high.
Chamomile Tea For Anxious Days And Sleep
Chamomile tea is just as well known as green tea; especially for its magic like calming effects. Drinking the tea can help you fall asleep faster since tea contains apigenin which is a chemical compound that makes you feel sleepy when it binds to the GABA receptors in the brain. You definitely should add Chamomile tea to your bed time routine.
Black Tea To Stay Awake
Black tea is quite a British tea to drink. Black tea not only makes you feel awake but also ready to work. The tea has quite some amount of caffeine it it which helps you stay awake and focused as if you’ve had a cup of coffee.
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Lemongrass Tea For Rainy Days
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If you are feeling sad; maybe you saw your ex or maybe you just feel don’t then worry not beca lemongrass tea is here to make you feel better. Lemongrass tea is a mood booster; quite a lot like green tea as lemongrass tea is made with green tea and lemongrass. Lemongrass is known to help reduce stress and headaches; so whatever that is bringing you down is no longer your headache anymore as the tea will fight it all away.
Peppermint Tea For When You Feel Unsettled Or Nauseous
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Peppermint tea surely has a kick and will definitely kick away your nausea. Peppermint leaves contains menthol, menthone and limonene; methanols what help makes you feel less nauseous and gives peppermint it’s minty smell. It also helps digestion therefore a healthy dose of peppermint tea will make sure you don’t get nauseous again.
Ginger Tea With Honey And Lemon For When You Feel Sick
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Ginger tea with honey and lemon is an old homemade remedy for when you get sick. It is not wrong since it actually helps you feel better. It is especially great if you have a throat infection as it soothes your throat with ease. Ginger’s main compound is called gingerol, which has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects while honey is a good source of antioxidants, which helps to lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. Combining all three together is the best tea for sick times.
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Indian Masala Chai For Positive Vibes
Masala chai is an every evening and morning ritual for Indians; a day without a good masala chai feels empty. It is most definitely the King of teas and will make you feel positive, happy and upbeat in no time.
Masala chai has a blend of amazing ingredients like black tea leaves for the caffeine boost, cinnamon and clove for an immunity boost, ginger for blood circulation, tulsi and elichi for a good digestive system. These ingredients combined with the calcium in milk will make you feel refreshed, happy and you will feel the positive vibes all around you. Just don’t get addicted, or do!
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