Sardiyon Ki Chai: Teas To Keep You Warm In Winter

Be it morning or evening, chai is the first thing we look forward to. Right from serving it to the guests to relaxing the mind after a tough long day, chai works like magic and this is why we Indians just cannot do without it. A freshly brewed cup of tea not only gives warmth to our body but also helps in several other ways. Not only it boosts immunity but also treats seasonal infections like cold and cough. Though all teas are a boon, there are some teas that one must have in Winter. Wanna know more? Have a look below. 

Ashwagandha Tea 

Ashwagandha is one of the most used ingredients in our ancient Ayurveda system. Loaded with ample benefits, this herb helps in managing blood sugar levels as well as reducing anxiety. When added to tea, it can provide the right amount of warmth to your body. All you have to do is add ashwagandha root to water and let it boil for 14 to 15 minutes. When done, strain and add honey. 

Jaggery Tea 

Jaggery is something that you should not miss in Winter. It helps in so many ways. Right from producing heat in the body to boosting immunity, jaggery can do wonders. But you know what? Making jaggery tea is quite a tricky task. You have to be very careful while adding jaggery as the milk might curdle. 

Masala Tea 

The classic masala chai could be a solution to all your problems. It has medicinal herbs and spices like cloves, cinnamon sticks, black pepper, and green cardamoms. All these spices and herbs are packed with ample benefits and can benefit you in so many ways. 

Lemon And Pepper Tea 

This tangy and flavourful tea is perfect when it comes to flushing out toxins from the body. Not only does it detoxify but also helps in getting rid of scratchy throat as well as seasonal cold and cough. You can also add a pinch of turmeric powder to the tea to increase the benefits.  

Tulsi Tea 

Also known as holy basil, tulsi leaves have innumerable health benefits. It is a perfect blood cleanser, decongests the chest, and prevents sore throat. Tulsi tea works best when cinnamon is added to it. This is because cinnamon also has anti-inflammatory properties and keeps seasonal infections at bay. One can also add a tsp of honey to elevate the taste. 

Chai can never lose its charm and we know that. Give these teas a try and let us know what you think!