Tea slows the aging process
Teas are rich in antioxidants, which help to prevent the body from aging and against damage from pollution. Antioxidants are higher in less oxidized tea leaves (white and green tea options) as it is less processed.
Reduces the rate of heart attack & stroke
A published study shows that combined data from earlier reports found nearly 20 percent reduction in the risk of heart attack and a 35 percent reduced risk of stroke among those who drank one to three cups of green tea a day. Those who drank four or more cups of green tea daily had a 32 percent reduction in the risk of having a heart attack.
Prevent bone loss
Moringa tea, a popular herbal tea that originates from South Asia is known for its medicinal properties. Moringa is rich in calcium, iron, vitamin A and K making it a great choice of beverage to help you keep your bones strong.
Boost immune system
Studies have shown that tea has the ability to boost the immune system to effectively fight illnesses. Basil or tulsi tea has been used by Ayurvedic practitioners for centuries to help keep the immune system strong after injuries or illnesses thanks to its antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties.
Herbal tea soothes digestive system
Some herbal teas like chamomile, can be good for people with irritable bowel syndrome as it releases the spasm of involuntary muscles while ginger teas can calm nausea.