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Article: Benefits of teas for well-being: discover the advantages

Benefícios dos chás para o bem-estar: descobre as vantagens

Benefits of teas for well-being: discover the advantages

Since ancient times, teas have been synonymous with care and comfort. When you feel unwell, you immediately think about heating the water to start the infusion, right?

In addition to being comforting and pleasant, teas have medicinal properties and are very beneficial for health in several aspects.

In this text, you will learn about the main benefits of natural teas for well-being and how to get the best of each type to consume on a daily basis. Follow along!

Teas as well-being allies

It's not new that teas are seen as natural "remedies" for various problems. They are sources of nutrients and even ancient civilizations understood that these drinks contribute to health.

Nowadays, people are looking for a healthier and more natural lifestyle. The consumption of teas is part of this. After all, their advantages range from digestive effects to improvements in energy and relaxation, helping to preserve physical and mental health.


Exploring some types of teas and their benefits

Discover the advantages of consuming some of the most common teas:

  • Chamomile
  • Known for being relaxing, it has sedative, calming, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and digestive effects. Chamomile acts on the nervous system, improving sleep and relieving states of anxiety and stress. It is rich in vitamin C, flavonoids and other nutrients. It is recommended to drink one to two cups per day.

  • Red fruits
  • This tea is known to be rich in antioxidants, thus helping to fight free radicals in the body. It also has a beneficial effect on improving heart health and strengthening the immune system. Contains vitamin C and other vitamins essential for well-being. The recommended intake is two to three cups a day.

  • Anise
  • It has several benefits, such as analgesic, digestive and anti-inflammatory properties, in addition to helping with phlegm expectoration, blood clotting, muscle building and digestion. It is recommended to drink one to two cups a day. Fennel tea can help relieve constipation and headaches.

  • Mint
  • Rich in nutrients, such as minerals and vitamins A, B and C, mint, in tea form, is beneficial even before you drink it: inhaling its vapor helps you breathe better during flu, colds and allergic attacks. It is highly recommended in cases of irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive system problems, such as nausea and motion sickness. You should consume it once or twice a day.

  • Lemongrass
  • Like chamomile, it is sedative and calming, combating anxiety, stress and insomnia. It also has an analgesic effect, relieving muscle pain. It helps you relax and reduce the effect of menstrual cramps and intestinal gas. You should consume it, at most, twice a day in the form of a cup.

  • Green Tea
  • Known for being one of the most beneficial teas for well-being, it is rich in manganese, folic acid, potassium, flavonoids and vitamins B1, B2, C and K. It offers a series of advantages, being a powerful stimulant with an effect superior to of pure caffeine. It accelerates metabolism and fat oxidation, reduces the risk of cancer, prevents cardiovascular diseases, strengthens the immune system and rejuvenates the skin. It is recommended to consume up to five cups per day.

  • Hibiscus tea
  • With a high concentration of flavonoids and vitamin C, it acts as an antimicrobial and diuretic, preventing urinary infections, and reduces blood pressure and triglyceride levels. One to two cups should also be consumed daily.

  • Licorice Tea
  • With its anti-inflammatory properties, this tea is excellent for relieving gastrointestinal problems such as heartburn and indigestion. It is also known for its adaptogenic properties, helping the body deal with stress. The recommended consumption is one to two cups daily, but it is advisable to limit consumption to short periods of time, as licorice can have side effects if consumed in excess.

  • Rooibos tea
  • Originally from South Africa, this tea is known for being rich in antioxidants and minerals. It is caffeine-free, making it an excellent option for those looking for a calming drink. Additionally, it helps improve digestion and strengthens the immune system. It is safe to drink up to five cups of this tea per day.

  • Cinnamon tea
  • This tea has a warm, spicy flavor and is known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It also has a positive effect on controlling blood sugar levels and can help speed up metabolism. The recommended intake is one to two cups daily.

    The importance of balance in tea consumption

    As you can see, most teas offer several benefits for our health and are a natural way to preserve and improve well-being. However, this does not mean that you should consume them unrestrainedly, but rather follow recommendations.

    In general, any tea consumed in excess can cause nausea, diarrhea, gas and other intestinal and stomach discomfort. Some thermogenic teas, such as green tea and hibiscus tea, can cause changes in blood pressure. Their use is not prohibited for those with low blood pressure or hypertension, but it must be balanced, without exceeding the recommended amounts.

    Additionally, several teas, such as yerba mate, green and black, contain caffeine. Those who have little tolerance for this element should also be careful. Moderation is the key to consuming them in a pleasant way and ensuring the benefits.

    How to prepare teas in the best way?

    Now that you know the benefits and know that you should drink teas carefully, check out the tips for preparing and consuming them in the best way:

  • Enjoy iced teas in moderation
  • They are delicious and refreshing, great to accompany meals. However, they are generally sweetened. Be careful not to overdo the amount of sugar or the tea itself. The ideal is not to sweeten it and not to drink more than two glasses. A good substitute for sugar is to use quality honey.

  • Make individual doses
  • Teas are best when consumed immediately after preparation. However, it is not always possible to prepare a new dose every time you consume it. Therefore, if you prepare a larger quantity, store it in the refrigerator, in a tightly closed container, and always drink it on the same day.

  • Make the correct infusion
  • Here's how:

    - Place the herb (usually about a tablespoon per serving) into the infuser and place in a porcelain or glass cup. Add the water, which should be almost boiling, between 70°C and 95°C, when small bubbles begin to appear;

    - Leave it to infuse for about five minutes;

    - Remove the infuser from the cup and let it cool a little;

    - And ready!

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