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‘An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away’, What About Tea?

The origins of tea dates back almost 5000 years when Chinese Emperor Shen Nung made a serendipitous discovery of tea when tea leaves blew into his cup of boiling water. Ever since , tea has been a respite for all. It’s the warmth you need on a cold winter night that jostles you with memories abound. It’s that fresh aroma from a steaming hot cup of tea that hits you in a way no drink can.

However, do you know that tea is not only appetizing, but has innumerable health benefits? Well, believe us, it’s your medical aid in a cup. And, this is what we realized during our research, a cup of tea for every specific time of the day acts as a catalyst for your body’s internal workings. It aids in improving your metabolism, and overall functioning of the body. After all, you are what you eat. Well, in this case, you are what you drink.

A healthy and soulful system begins within. Good habits dictate a good lifestyle and that’s where Tea Aroma comes into play. A study conducted by the acclaimed surgeon, Maxwell Maltz, revealed that it takes about 21 days to develop a new habit, 21 days to shell out your old toxic patterns and lifestyle to welcome a new change. A change for good. This is exactly why our tea blends are packaged in a set of 21 tea bags to help you adapt to your new way of living— comfort, health, and happiness.

Here is a Glimpse of Our Ingenious Time-Specific Tea Blends
1. The 8 AM Tea

This blend by Tea Aroma aids your body in stimulating digestion, increasing mental flow, and is the key to a regulated and healthy bowel system. It comes packed with the goodness of milk thistle, Shatavari, and nettle leaves.

Milk thistle rightly known as holy thistle is a miracle herb known for its properties to heal ailments of the liver and diabetes. Moreover, Silymarin, the active ingredient in milk thistle is a major source of antioxidants and is also an anti-inflammatory agent. For the uninitiated, antioxidants in your body fight against free radicals, the agents causing cancer. They also promote collagen stimulation, which is extremely essential for women above 30.

Moving on, Shatavari is an adaptogenic herb which aids your body during times of emotional and physical distress. The most common use of Shatavari is to aid in female reproductive disorders. Studies have shown Shatavari to promote fertility and improve hormonal imbalances and conditions of Polycystic ovary syndrome. The herb is also loaded with antioxidants to fight off free radicals and delay the aging process.

Lastly, nettle leaves have been used in tea since time immemorial. In ancient Europe, nettle was considered as a universal cure for all kinds of ailments. Nettle leaves are considered as a super herb packed with the goodness of—Vitamin A, B (including B-1, B-2, B-3, and B-5), C, amino acids, calcium, fatty acids, folic acid, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and potassium. Nettle tea, due to its high phytonutrients and antioxidant content is also touted as a detoxifying drink to flush the body off its unwanted toxins.

2. The 2 PM Tea

Now you can say yes to that extra slice of cake without worrying about f extra inches. Our caffeine-free 2 PM herbal tea is a mild mix of 13 natural herbs loaded with the goodness of— sea buckthorn, fennel seeds, and licorice. It helps you get rid of the post-lunch food slump by aiding your body in digestion, helps in reducing bloating and regulates blood sugar levels.

Sea buckthorn leaves infused in tea helps in shedding unwanted calories and gets rid of stored up fat in your body. The herb is also a natural remedy against arthritis due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Loaded with antioxidants, sea buckthorn tea makes an excellent drink to get rid of free radicals and reduce the signs of aging.

Furthermore, fennel seeds act as the most effective aid for digestion. It reduces bloating, gas and stomach cramps and can also be used to treat other ailments of the gastrointestinal system. Fennel seeds also help in maintaining blood sugar levels in diabetic patients.

Lastly, licorice root infused in tea dates back to the early Egyptian era. They used it infused in tea as a “universal” cure for all problems due to its anti-inflammatory and immunity-boosting properties. Licorice tea also acts as an aid to relieve gastrointestinal problems.

3. The 5 PM Tea

As the heavy day draws to a close, one wishes for a quick pick-me-up. 5 PM tea acts as an energizer, relieving you of the daily induced stress, giving you the much-needed shot of energy. It provides clarity and increases focus to get you back on your feet.

This blend is enriched with the rich— Hibiscus, Jasmine, and blue cornflower. This herbal mix from the Valley of Flowers will act as the only pick-me-up you need to revitalize and refresh yourself.

Coming to the key ingredients, Hibiscus not only has hypertension relieving properties but also takes care of your liver and keeps depression at bay.

Meanwhile Jasmine tea is believed to aid brain function and is even believed to ward off diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. A jasmine induced blend also works wonders for oral health.

Lastly, blue cornflower is a potent remedy for fever, chest congestion, and even constipation. In women, it is known to treat genital infections, and menstrual qualms.

4. The 10 PM Tea

Good sleep is now just a cup away with our 10 PM tea laden with wholesome ingredients like — chamomile, lavender, and ashwagandha. It provides you the blissful sleep you need after a hectic day.

Chamomile and ashwagandha are known for their sleep-inducing and stress-relieving properties. Lavender’s relaxing aroma helps you unwind and de-stress the pain of the day. The magical concoction of the 3 herbs would lull you into a good night’s rest, preparing you to take on the next day.