Simple Herbal Teas to Stay Disease-free this Monsoon

Monsoon is universally the favorite season of almost everyone.  It gives a new life to all living things on this earth just like a magic spell. Monsoon takes us back in time as it inspires the positive and bright things all over the world. Besides enjoying the rainy season by getting wet in the rainwater, it brings lots of fear to us about various infectious diseases. Here are 5 different simple herbal teas to stay disease-free this monsoon.

Ginger Tea

Ginger extract added spicy teas are heart-warming and highly used to relieve a sore throat. It can also fight cough, cold and nausea. Ginger is found to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and have numerous health benefits. Since stomach related problems are high during monsoon, the best remedy to combat this is ginger tea. Shredded and chopped can be brewed in water to treat symptoms of cold and flu.

Ginger tea is spicy, pungent, and slightly sweet

Green Tea

Loaded with antioxidants, Green Tea helps to boost our immune system. The best way to stay away from the attacks of infectious diseases is by having a cup of refreshing green tea. Sipping green tea in monsoon can also cater to flush out the toxins from the body. A small proportion of caffeine is refreshing and enlivening, which helps keep you refreshed for hours.

Green tea has been described as having a bittersweet, floral and swampy taste

Basil Tea

The best way to boost your immunity in this season is to have Basil Tea.  A sip of it can burst a fresh-from-the-garden flavor and has many associated health benefits. Basil leaves are high in antioxidants and help your body detox. Many research shows that basil leaves can protect your body against toxic chemicals. A relaxing cup of basil tea can also tackle stress, anxiety, and inflammation. Get a handful of basil leaves from your garden, brew it and enjoy.

Basil Tea tastes grassy with a hint of mint.

Neem Tea

Neem is well known for its properties to promote overall well-being and infection prevention. It is rich in natural anti-oxidants and supports key organs like kidney, liver, etc. Add 2, 3 neem leaves to hot water for healthy dilatation of blood vessels which helps in blood circulation. For a healthy lifestyle, you can start by bringing neem into your life in a significant way.

Neem Tea has a slightly minty and floral yet bitter taste.

Cinnamon Tea

Cardamom Tea helps in the digestion and controls excessive production of acids, which can lead to Acidosis. Drinking Cinnamon Tea is the best treatment cough, cold, and bronchitis. To control sugar level drink Cinnamon Tea daily as it lowers blood glucose levels and insulin resistance by activating the insulin receptors.

Cinnamon tea has a robust taste with a sweet finish.

Hopefully, you want to incorporate more herbal tea into your diet this monsoon after learning about these health-promoting properties and its benefits.

Do let us know which tea you are going to include in your diet in the comment section below.