The 8 Benefits of Drinking Hot Tea

Did you know that Dr. Azizi loves to drink tea after almost every meal?

Not only does a nice cup of tea make you feel good (especially when the crisp air comes) but it has a lot of health benefits as well.

  • Improves your digestion. 

Herbal teas, like chamomile, mint, rosemary, and lavender, can improve your digestive health.The infusions and mixtures of herbs can be an effective treatment for gas, indigestion, constipation, and other digestive symptoms

  • Prevents tooth decay

You may be surprised to learn that a cup of black tea each day can reduce your risk of cavities and gum disease. Research shows that enzyme-rich compounds can prevent plaque and bacteria from forming on teeth and gums.

  • Curbs stress and anxiety

Drinking hot tea has a naturally calming effect. Enjoying a cup requires us to sit, slow down, and relax – all of which are natural weapons against stress and anxiety. To maximize this benefit go for caffeine-free herbal teas, such as peppermint and passion flower, or lavender.

  •  Reduces blood pressure

If you are searching for a natural way to reduce your blood pressure, look to the plant-based antioxidants, called flavonoids, found in green or oolong tea. Research shows that drinking just a half-cup of antioxidant-rich green or oolong tea each day can reduce high blood pressure risk by almost 50%

  •  Helps boost your immune system

The powerful antioxidant blend that is found in chamomile tea, as well as green tea, can give it a boost. Incorporating this into your everyday nutrition can help fight cold, flu, and other illnesses.

  •   Enhances your eye health

Thanks to the antioxidants found in green and white teas, you can improve your eye health and help prevent serious eye-related complications, like cataracts and glaucoma, just by sipping a hot cup.

  •  Sharpens your memory

Drinking hot tea regularly can keep your brain in tip-top shape. Studies suggest that the minimally-processed green tea leaves from the Camellia sinensis bush helps boost cognitive functioning, including the working memory.

  •   Reduces your risk of stroke

Research shows that drinking at least three cups of green or black tea each day can lead to a 21% reduction in your risk of stroke. The findings concluded that catechins, a chemical compound found in green and black teas, have stroke-reducing effects on the vascular system.




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