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Top 5 Herbs for a Healthy Tea

These miracle herbs are easy to use with our favourite cup of tea to improve wellbeing during the rainy season.

Sandeep Kr Tiwari
The herb prevents the onset of an undesirable disease or infection by maintaining the balance of our internal immune system.
The herb prevents the onset of an undesirable disease or infection by maintaining the balance of our internal immune system.

The rainy monsoon season is all about hot tea, relaxing on the balcony, and watching the rain. But the weather also brings its fair share of coughs, sneezes, and colds. How can one avoid getting sick in monsoon?

Well, herbs can be one great way! All you need to do is add an herb to your favorite tea and see the MAGIC! These miracle herbs are easy to use with our favorite cup of tea to improve well-being during the rainy season.

Herbs that will enhance your tea during monsoon

Turmeric

Turmeric, which has the power of curcumin, desmethoxycurcumin, and bis-desmethoxycurcumin, may strengthen the inner core of our bodies as it starts to rain. The herb's antibacterial properties allow it to cure a variety of illnesses that develop during the monsoon season. You can add a pinch of turmeric to black tea, green tea, or milk tea – the choice is all yours.

Tulsi

Tulsi is a renowned rockstar among medicinal plants in India. One cup of Tulsi blended tea will clear our nostrils, ease chest congestion, and put a stop to the illness. Tulsi has nutrients including vitamins A, D, iron, fibre, and fibre that help fight against germs and boost immunity. Tulsi is a great plant for supporting dental and oral health as well.

Saptaparna

Monsoon season increases both the threat of malaria and the mosquito population expansion. An effective herbal weapon in the battle against this sickness is the old Saptaparna tree. This plant, which is also known as white cheese wood, is highly effective against malaria. Its antipyretic properties might bring down a fever. It can also increase the body's general immunity to malaria. Last but not least, it can help to relieve a variety of skin conditions as well as stomach discomfort.

Ginger

Ginger is another great medicinal herb and adding it to our tea makes it more wonderful. It not only tastes good but also provides many health benefits.  Ginger is a plant that improves metabolism and digestion, which benefits how well our guts work. It is also a fantastic beverage for reducing motion sickness or morning sickness-related nausea.

Hibiscus

Since hibiscus is high in beta-carotene, vitamin C, and anthocyanin, it is essential to add hibiscus to tea, especially when it is raining. The herb prevents the onset of an undesirable disease or infection by maintaining the balance of our internal immune system.

It also has several antibacterial and antioxidant properties.

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