When it comes to the morning beverage, there are those who love coffee, while others prefer the rich aroma and delicious taste of green tea. There’s just something special about green tea that makes people love this beverage than any other drink. Apart from its stunning benefits to one’s health and well-being, it helps calm the nerves and soothe the body from stress.
However, it’s undeniable that taking the same thing over and over again can be boring. How do we change our insight about drinking tea? The answer is through variation! Here are some tips to spice up your morning beverage to have some variation.
“I serve black tea, which I call Froggy tea. And I have green teas and all sorts of nice teas. I’m serving tea all the time.” — Marianne Faithfull
Anais-cardamom-cloves green tea
If you’re super stressed, depressed, or you just feel like it isn’t your day, then you can have this variation. Anais with cardamom cloves green tea is especially good in lifting up your mood. Just brew some green tea and add cardamom pods. Anais contains an aromatic sense that helps in soothing your nerves. Moreover, it also helps in breaking up your congestion and cough. If you are a woman, it can also help in your menstrual cramps and increase your milk production if you’re nursing your baby.
Meanwhile, cardamom contains anti-inflammatory and detoxifying properties to help you clean your urinary tract, bladder, and kidneys, removing waste, salt, excess water, toxins, and combating infections. It is, therefore, good for warming you up and lifting up your mood besides nurturing good health!
Ginseng Green Tea
If you are just having a typical day, but you still find yourself unable to do anything despite being inspired and motivated, then this tea might be what you need. A study revealed that Ginseng boosts one’s physical and mental activity for those people who feel tired and fatigued.
Ginger-Lemon Green Tea
Sometimes when we felt too excited over something, we tend to overreact and talk about it in excess. That may lead to a hoarse voice. What would be the remedy of this?
Ginger-lemon green tea is the answer to your problem! The vitamin C and the natural citrus properties restore your voice back. If you have a sweet tooth, then, by all means, you can add honey as well!
Peppermint Green Tea
If you’re up for some stronger and distinct variation of your green tea, then this peppermint green tea is perfect for you. Peppermint also calms your stomach muscles to improve digestion. It also helps in improving your bowel movement. Dip some fresh peppermint leaves in your brewed green tea and inhale its aromatic scent.
Now that you’ve acquired new tips on how to spice up your green tea, it’s time to give these a try.