A well-made cup of tea solves almost all troubles. To make sure that cup is worth the while, try adding in a few spices or two.
Kenyans are known to love their tea. Be it in the morning, in the afternoon, or at night. Tea is one of those snacks we appreciate. Instead of having simple regular tea, why not spice it up a notch?
Here are different ingredients that can make your tea more enjoyable:
- Turmeric tea
Now, before you even discard the idea because of how abhorrent it may sound, you should know that turmeric tea packs a punch when it comes to medicine. It contains antioxidants that are good for controlling inflammation. Furthermore, it is perfect for an immunity boost, so don’t knock it until you try it.
- Cinnamon tea
If you are a true spice lover, this should excite you. Cinnamon tea is a luxurious tea that is a combination of sweet and spicy. It is said to contain antifungal and antimicrobial properties.
- Ginger tea
This tea is common but underrated, yet it is full of flavor and health benefits. Ginger tea has soothing properties for stomach problems, plus it is good for reducing nausea and morning sickness in pregnant women.
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- Black pepper tea
If you are looking to stimulate your mind and increase your morning metabolism, this is the way to go. Black pepper tea is good for improving digestion, fighting the cold, and weight loss.
- Fenugreek tea
Fenugreek seeds might have the weirdest smell on the planet, but the tea has some amazing benefits. For one, it helps in boosting milk production in lactating women as well as controlling diabetes. It also has anti-inflammatory properties.
- Cardamon tea
Cardamon tea is packed with intense flavor that will have you feeling like you are on cloud nine. It also helps reduce cases of heartburn, acidity, and indigestion.