Sparkle up This Festive Season with Tea for Healthiness

Halmari Tea Estate
3 min readOct 30, 2020

For a tea connoisseur, it is not easy to survive an entire festive season without a few extra cups of tea. Thus, this festive season all tea-lovers need to have sound knowledge regarding the health benefits of different teas.

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The tantalising smell of mouth-watering delicacies tempts us to forget our daily diet plans during the festive season. This irresistible splurge, in meals containing a fair amount of fats and carbs and thick sauces often disrupts the digestive process. In order to bring back our body processes in its normal state, detoxification is a requirement. What can be a better detoxifier than a properly brewed cup of tea? Obliterating toxins from the body can be turned into an enjoyable task with every sip of freshly prepared tea.

5 Best Detox Teas for Festive Season

  • Turmeric Tea

We all are aware of the natural goodness that Turmeric holds. Due to the presence of a high amount of Curcumin, Turmeric tea is infused with anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that help in boosting our immune systems. It stimulates the secretion of the digestive fluids and protects the liver cells from getting damaged.

  • Green Tea

Green tea is celebrated as the healthiest beverage globally. It consists of a high concentration of polyphenols which destroys cancerous cells. The benefits of Green tea range from weight loss to improved digestion. Although Green tea helps in retaining the pink of health; but its excessive consumption can cause life-threatening diseases. Thus to reap the optimum benefits of Green tea, one can have 3–5 cups of it daily.

  • Ginger Tea

Ginger is considered an anti-nausea drug because it consists of phenol compounds known as gingerols. Having Ginger tea at a regular basis helps in treating nausea and motion sickness; reducing the blood sugar; supports our immune system and prevents cancer. The fresh flavour of ginger also enhances the rejuvenating properties of tea. A hot cup of Ginger tea is enough to spice up your exhausting festive days.

  • Lemongrass Tea

Festivities can often be demanding and can tell upon your mental health. To get rid of stress and anxieties and to start the days with some merriment, try the citrusy flavoured Lemongrass tea. The mild sweetness that it provides along with the freshness of mint helps in restoring the energy levels. It increases the metabolism in the human body as a result of which there can be a considerable weight loss. It is also filled with infection-preventing properties.

  • Rosehip Tea

As the name suggests, the Rosehip tea appears to be red with an attractive floral aroma. It is an herbal tea made from the fruits of rose plants. It is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It contains excellent quantities of Vitamin A, C and E. It helps to keep diabetes at bay and keeps our heart in a healthy condition.

In these testing times of the pandemic, it is challenging to keep up the festive spirits. However, warm tea parties at our houses can be considered a brilliant option. Gear up to look fit and healthy this festive season with an assortment of perfectly blended tea! Let your taste buds experience the best flavours with each delicious sip.



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