3 Teas Worth Storing in Your Pantry
By Genevieve Cunningham
Tea is one of those drinks that people tend to either love or hate. Hot or cold, sweet or unsweet, tea is generally a hot commodity in most places. But what many people don’t realize is the vast range of teas from which to choose. It’s not just about the amount of sugar or strength of the tea anymore. It’s about options … and tea offers plenty! To improve your health and enjoy some nice new teas in your life, take a look at these three teas that are totally worth adding to your pantry.
Green tea is an option that is full of antioxidants. People who drink green tea do so for a wide variety of reasons. Some drink it for weight loss, others for energy, some for a calm mood, and some just for enjoyment. This tea brings with it a ton of uses and plenty of people to back up each claim. Put this in the pantry and pull it out at any moment to enjoy the goodness.
Peppermint tea is a delicious option that really does taste like peppermint. It’s minty and fresh tasting, and can be sweetened to your personal liking. So why should this be in the pantry? Peppermint tea is great for two reasons. For sore throats, peppermint tea can create a calming, soothing sensation. This tea has also been known to ease stomach aches. In either case, just sipping on one cup is generally enough to diminish the symptoms and leave you feeling better.
You may have heard of this tea before, but only a few people have tried it for themselves. It has a very distinct flavor, but once you get used to it, most people find it favorable. Chamomile is great for soothing moods, promoting sleep, and enhancing the body’s ability to heal itself. Just store this in the pantry and break out a cup whenever you need some healing or some rest and relaxation.
Tea is an excellent natural way to boost health and wellness. And these three options are great places to start. Pile them in your pantry and pull them out when necessary. To start the day, to calm the nerves, or to put you to sleep … a nice warm cup of tea might be just what you need.
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