Well being teas
People have been cultivating and mixing herbs to produce wellbeing teas for many centuries since it was first proven to benefit our body with positive energies. Different kinds of teas enrich our wellbeing by delivering stimulants that soothes our mind, relaxes our body and diminishes stress which all prevents any lingering illnesses to occur.
Today, there are many ways of mixing herbs which improves the state of wellbeing of tea drinkers. A popular method is the way of infusing different types of tea herbs using the ancient Indian philosophy of Ayurvedic. Wellbeing teas produced using this technique are called the Ayurvedic herbs. In layman’s term, Ayurvedic promotes the holistic process which serves as conductors for a more balanced and healthier lifestyle. Therefore, teas that are prepared using this principle are guaranteed to provide unlimited enrichment of the well-being of tea drinkers.
The most sought after plant used for wellbeing teas is the sacred plant of Tulsi or also known as the “holy basil”. For thousands of years, this plant has been planted, grown and cultivated for spiritual purposes in most gardens in India. The Tulsi leaves, branches and scents are used by Indians to purify and heighten their spiritual consciousness. Today, wellbeing teas made from or with Tulsi are known to prevent the beginning of illnesses by helping a tea drinker achieve an enhanced stamina, increased wellbeing and a stimulated energy. It also greatly diminishes stress and all negative impact caused by the travails of a daily life.
Other infusions of different herbs have increased the popularity of tea for wellbeing benefits. Wellbeing teas are now used for other medicinal purposes such as for detox, relaxation, soothing a sore throat and a tight chest as well as improving breastfeeding capabilities of new mothers.
Another type of herbal infusion used for wellbeing tea is rooibos, a plant which originated in South Africa, when properly instilled; this tea can be mixed with a green tea flavour and provides instant improved wellbeing. Another one is an infusion of hibiscus plant and green tea, which produces a tea with high levels of antioxidants that will increase vitality and well-being.
Ginger is another popular ingredient in creating teas for wellbeing. You can mix it with ginkgo and green tea and you can have a healthy wellbeing tea to help you maintain a healthy oxygen supply to the extremities and brain, a smooth blood circulation and a soothing feeling that produces a calm mood.
Aside from the usual medicinal benefits of teas, it is also a number one choice for improving the wellbeing of tea drinkers. Tea is really a wonder drug in itself and a product of nature’s mysterious wonder.