Each season that comes presents your body with different challenges and makes it need different kinds of care from you.
If you are an avid tea drinker, you should know that there are many different types of teas, with different preparation methods, and that they cover different needs.
Today we will tell you which teas cannot be missing in your pantry during each season
- Fall: In the fall, it is important to take extra care of the digestive system, as the transition to heavier meals can result in slower digestion, and even digestive difficulties. Therefore, boldo tea, which protects the liver and pancreas, and strengthens the stomach lining, will be your best friend. In addition, it acts as a diuretic, so it will help you eliminate fluids and cleanse your body of toxins.
- Winter: Black tea with cinnamon will be your best friend this winter. In addition to the fact that black tea itself has a high content of antioxidants and helps prevent infections, and regulates blood pressure, cinnamon is ideal to keep colds at bay, since it has a thermoregulatory effect, and can invigorate circulation and act as a natural expectorant.
- Spring: Although it may seem very simple, green tea has two substances that decrease the production of histamine, curbing the symptoms of allergies. It is ideal to take it at the first sign of allergies for the best effect.
- Summer: The best infusion for summer is a lemon and ginger tea. You can prepare it by placing a few lemon slices in water, adding a touch of ginger, and letting it boil. After letting it rest and cool, this light tea is the perfect combination to refresh and hydrate you, and it also gives you diuretic properties.
We hope this information will facilitate your choices when looking for your next box of tea. Tell us in the comments which is your favorite tea and what effect it has on your body.
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