Healthy Sips

Tea is trendy! Here’s a peek into how it can be healthy too!

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teas to heal

Tea has been a part of our cul­ture for thou­sands of years. When you wake up to a cup of tea, you know that it boosts your mood. But, do you know the other amaz­ing things it can do for your over­all health? Chef Vicky Rat­nani, culi­nary ex­pert, and San­deep Kotecha, owner, Ket­tler, show us how dif­fer­ent va­ri­eties of tea can help im­prove our health and perk us up at the same time.

cold and flu symp­toms while also act­ing as a lax­a­tive to al­le­vi­ate tummy trou­bles.

To brew this tea at home, you’ll need in­gre­di­ents: 15 gm dried lemon­grass 15 gm dried ginger (pieces) 10 gm dried turmeric (pieces) 10 gm spice mix (pep­per­corn, cin­na­mon, car­damom) to brew this tea: Mix all the in­gre­di­ents in a ves­sel and store it in a dry con­tainer. Boil 200 ml wa­ter or upto 100 de­gree cel­sius. Add one tea­spoon (two grams) of the mix in a brew maker or cup if you don’t have a brew maker. Add hot wa­ter to the brew maker or cup and let it steep for five min­utes. Fil­ter and drink. Add lemon or honey for added flavour.

note: Yoga Tea is a herbal mix and has no tea leaf in it. Hence it is 100% caf­feine free and can be re-steeped up to 5 times. So, keep on adding hot wa­ter to this mag­i­cal Ayurvedic con­coc­tion and give your body the nec­es­sary boost of im­mu­nity!

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