Types Of Teas And Their Health Benefits

Tea is a favorite drink that can either refresh in the summer or warm you up during the winter days, and while you enjoy the consumption, it also offers you health benefits. You can get the same benefits during the hot summer days by preparing your own ice teas.


“There doesn’t seem to be a downside to tea,” says American Dietetic Association spokeswoman Katherine Tallmadge, MA, RD, LD. “I think it’s a great alternative to coffee drinking. First, tea has less caffeine. It’s pretty well established that the compounds in tea – their flavonoids – are good for the heart and may reduce cancer.”

There isn’t a rule about how long tea needs to be steeped for the most benefit, either how much you should drink. Nutritionists agree that any tea is good tea, as long as you do not add any sweeteners. Without the sweeteners you will also avoid the extra calories.


► cleans the stomach, intestines and liver

► anemia

► hemorrhoids

► jaundice

► malaria and all other kinds of fevers.


► stomach aches

► colds

► infections of the skin and the mucosa

► eyes, nose and mouth cleaning


►digestive organs problems

► colds

► bladder problems

► calming and good sleep

► bad breath


► increases immunity

► wounds washing for faster healing

► function of the digestive tract

► better sleep


► high blood pressure

► cholesterol

► allergies


► better appetite

► colds and flu

► angina

► disorder of the digestive organs


► high blood pressure

► cholesterol

► keeps you fresh and energetic throughout the day


► improving the metabolism and immunity

► relaxes blood vessels

► high blood pressure


► abdominal pain

► better appetite and digestion

► respiratory tract problems

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