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When it is winter, it is cold, snowy, the skies tend to be grayer, and the sun does not make an appearance as often as other seasons. While there are certainly some disadvantages to this type of weather, there are a lot of great things that come along with it as well, and that is drinking lots of warm tea to get warm and cozy!
There are so many different kinds of tea you can choose from. The options seem to be endless and it can feel confusing to determine which teas are the best and have the best health benefits during certain seasons.
In this post, we will take a look at the best teas to drink this winter that provides the most health benefits during the cold seasons. We are talking about teas that can boost the immune system, help with sickness and congestion, and teas that feel festive and fun for the holiday season!
Let’s take a peek at all of these delicious teas, so you can get to drinking a hot steaming cup of cozy tea this winter!
Licorice Root Tea for a Sore Throat
Licorice root tea is the best tea to drink when you feel yourself coming down with a sore throat. It is also beneficial if you already have a sore throat and are looking for some relief. It soothes a painful itchy throat and it can also ease congestion and help if you have a cough.
Peppermint Tea for Tummy Troubles and Bloating
If all the holiday food, Christmas cookies, and hearty soups served with bread are leaving your stomach bloated and your tummy feels off, drinking peppermint tea is the perfect option. Peppermint is great for digestion, eases nausea, reduces gas and bloating, and calms the stomach.
Ginger Tea for Nausea and Immune Support
By now you have probably heard how well ginger helps to treat nausea, so if you are feeling queasy, reach for some soothing and spicy ginger tea. Ginger tea can also speed up your digestion, which is great when chowing down around the holidays. Furthermore, ginger tea can also support your immune system and make sure it is strong, so you do not get sick as often during the winter.
Echinacea Tea for Intense Immune Support
Many people swear by taking echinacea for stopping sicknesses right in their tracks. If you feel like you are getting sick, start sipping on some of this tea right away. Drinking a few cups per day and even take the supplement version and you will likely feel your illness disappear just as fast as it came on.
Chia Tea for Festiveness
A warm cup of chia tea with some milk and honey is the ideal way to feel festive during the holidays or when you are looking for something to really warm your throat and insides! Chia tea is spicy and packed with flavor and makes for a great latte – a chia tea latte that is.
Ashwagandha Tea for Stress, Anxiety, and Winter Blues
Many people swear by taking an all-natural supplement called ashwagandha for controlling stress and anxiety, and the great news is you can drink it in a relaxing cup of piping hot tea. Many people will also feel a little more down and sad during the darker and colder winter months, also known as seasonal affective disorder, and this tea can help boost your spirits. You can drink a cup whenever you are feeling anxious, stressed, and feeling a bit blue to seek some relief.