All You Need To Know About Assorted Green Tea Flavours

Assorted Green Tea Flavours

Green tea is one of the healthy and tastiest beverages you could ever have. Do you agree?

We’ve seen green tea and its benefits in our previous posts. Green tea has been used as a medicine for thousands of years, originating from China but widely used throughout Asia this beverage has a multitude of uses from lowering blood pressure to preventing cancer.

There are many flavors in green tea. Flavors not only add taste and smell they also come with a good amount of added health benefits. 

Let us see in brief about a few flavors available at HariChai

1. Slim Tea

Well as the name suggests this tea is a combination of many natural ingredients. It removes excess fat stored on the body by loosening it as it contains natural ingredients like green tree extract, ginger root, bitter orange extract, etc.

There are various types of slimming tea: The Metabolism Booster: Green Tea, The Pound-a-Week Melter: Oolong Tea, The Cravings Crusher: Mint Tea, The Fat Blocker: White Tea, and The Hunger Halter: Rooibos Tea.

Slimming tea aids weight loss and enhances metabolic rate. It also helps in preventing aging signs.

2. Chamoline Green Tea

Chamomile is an herb that is obtained from “daisy-like plants” and is used to make herb infusions to serve various medicinal purposes. We also know Chamomile as “Ground Apple” in English. 

Chamomile green tea is a derivative of dried chamomile flower and green tea. It is golden in color and has a delectable, fruity flavor. Better known as the “Herbal Tonic” in various parts of the world, this delicious tea has many health-related benefits. We cannot beat this tea when it comes to taste.

This tea offers some amazing benefits when it comes to skin, hair, and health. It acts as a natural cleanser and speeds up the natural healing process of the skin. The good news is that this tea when taken prevents dandruff, strengthens hair and prevents hair fall, enriches the natural hair color and radiance.

3. Hibiscus Red Tea

Hibiscus, a flowering plant is inherent in many parts of the creation, but mainly Africa. People fond of hibiscus tea must know it is also referred to as Roselle, China Rose, and Hibiscus rosa-Sinensis. 

Hibiscus tea can warm you up from head to toe. However, it’s not just the refreshing power of hibiscus tea that’s striking, it’s also the color and aftertaste. The brewed tea has a ruby red or deep magenta color and tastes like a mixture of a sour and sweet-smelling drink.

It helps in lowering blood pressure, reducing blood sugar level, boosting liver health, promoting weight loss and even fighting bacteria.

4. Moringa Green Tea

Moringa or drumsticks have been used in the regional cuisines of Southern Indian states for millennia. The plant has been converted to powders which can be added to teas and coffees and which are now being used in countless classic recipes of main dishes and condiments.

The tea that is prepared from the leaves of moringa or drumstick tree is now a popular beverage with several foods and drinks manufacturers cashing in on the trend. 

Moringa is known to be rich in several essential vitamins and minerals and is also said to help mobilize stored visceral fat. This has been credited to quercetin in it, which is said to reduce blood pressure. 

5. Ginger Green Tea

Ginger is a flowering plant that is mostly cultivated for its root, an ingredient in cooking and baking. You can add ground ginger to hot green tea as a way of combining the powerful effects of both ingredients.

Drinking a cup of ginger tea before traveling can help prevent nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness. Useful in improving digestion and increasing absorption of food, ginger tea can bloat after eating too much. The vitamins, minerals and amino acids in ginger tea can help restore and improve blood circulation that may help decrease the chance of cardiovascular problems. 

6. Lemon Grass Green Tea

Lemongrass, also called citronella, is a tall, stalky plant. It has a fresh, lemony aroma and a citrus flavor. A refreshing beverage, lemongrass tea is also healthy. The citrusy flavors of lemongrass blend beautifully and make a delicious cup of herbal tea. 

Lemongrass has a cooling energy that helps to soothe your stomach and keeps your digestive functions in check. Lemongrass tea is your detox tea. It is packed with antioxidants that help in detoxing and cleansing you from within. It helps in the removal of toxins from the body by relieving fluid retention. Lemongrass is nature’s formula for taming high blood pressure.

7. Turmeric Green Tea

Turmeric tea, brewed using grated turmeric root or pure powder, is considered one of the most effective ways to consume the spice.

The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin. Curcumin has also been shown to act as an immune modulator, helping regulate immune cell function against cancer.

Studies have shown that curcumin may help reduce the chances of several neurodegenerative conditions. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powers are thought to reduce cellular damage, inflammation, and amyloid deposits or plaques that occur with these conditions.

8. Lemon Green Tea

Citrus juice carries out green tea’s antioxidants, making them more accessible for your body to soak up.

The antioxidants present in the drink can counter other harmful effects of diabetes like blood pressure, heart problems and so on.

Lemons are an outstanding basis of vitamin C that can cure wounds plus protect the power of bones moreover teeth. The bioflavonoids present in lemons prevent the cancer cells from rising and scattering. The anti-oxidants in the lemons help in reducing inflammation and arthritis symptoms.

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