Top 10 teas and infusions that improve your health

Discover new ways to improve your health through these wonderful and tasty teas.

Close the medicine cabinet and put the kettle on. We share 10 types of tea that will help you battle anything from anxiety to bloating.

From now on, you'll want to accept that cup of tea

1. 1. Green Tea

Green tea is a natural accelerator of metabolism which aids in weight loss

Those annoying extra kilos already have someone to fight them naturally. Green tea (and matcha!) is a natural accelerator of metabolism which aids in weight loss. But not only that, with just a few cups of green tea, you will get plenty of antioxidants and vitamins A, B and C,. Green tea slows down signs of aging, helps eliminate water retention and strengthens your immune system.

2. 2. Anise Tea

Anise tea is perfect for digestion

After a very hearty meal, anise tea is perfect for digestion, so don't hesitate to have a cup after a big meal. It is also calming so it helps with anxiety and helps you fall asleep.

3. 3. Lemon balm tea

Lemon Tea can regulate the thyroid, calm anxiety a

With a lemon balm tea you can regulate the thyroid, calm anxiety and cure canker sores, although it is also good for memory and make you feel in a better mood.

4. 4. Echinacea Tea

Try Echinacea Tea before and during a flu, to activate your immune system

The best natural anti-flu infusion in your kithcen. Before and during a flu, echinacea tea works very well to help control some symptoms, activating the immune system and relieving pain.

5. 5. Jamaica Tea

Jamaica tea is perfect for strengthening your immune system

Does your tension have a tendency to rise? Because Jamaica tea, thanks to its high content of vitamin C, is perfect for strengthening your immune system and helping you reduce  cholesterol and blood pressure. This tea is recommended for people with hypertension.

6. 6. Ginger Tea

Ginger Tea is the best natural energizer

In need of a natural energizer? It’s within your reach! Make a ginger infusion to fuel your engines. But that’s not all! Ginger also stimulates the digestive system and at the same time calms it, so it works perfect when you are nauseated and to fight that pesky post-dinner bloat.

7. 7. Black Tea

Black Tea is a mental stimulant, making it excellent for memory

Have you closed that door? Switched off the iron? Closed the water tap? Fight forgetfulness with black tea. Black tea is a mental stimulant, making it excellent for memory and  better information processing. It’s also recommended for relieving headaches and preventing heart disease.

8. 8. Mint Tea

Mint tea is antiseptic, antispasmodic and digestive.

If you’re a fan of a freshly brewed pot of mint tea, then you’re in luck. Mint infusion is antiseptic, antispasmodic and digestive.

9. 9. Chamomile Tea

Chamomile calms eye irritations, respiratory diseases and serves to clean superficial wounds and acne.

We’ve all had chamomile tea, since it is one of the most common infusions out there. Its properties help to reduce belly ache, indigestion, colic, diarrhea and gastritis.

Chamomile also calms eye irritations, respiratory diseases and serves to clean superficial wounds and acne.

10. 10. Valerian Tea

Valerian tea helps release anxiety and uneasiness working as a mild sedative

If the feeling of anxiety and uneasiness is you concern, then Valerian tea is your answer.  Working as a mild sedative, it lowers blood pressure and reduces circulation. Excessive consumption is not recommended.

Victoria Thais

A trip to India was all it took for Victoria to realise that meditation is not a fancy word for sitting around in silence. It truly changed Victoria’s life to a less stressful and more mindful one. Now a freelance consultant and journalist, Victoria joined KOKO to share her knowledge on those little things that are life so much better, and cosier.+ info

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