It is hard to believe that allergies are triggered in winter even without pollen in the air. This is true because of our cold-weather lifestyles. And even for allergies, there’s a tea for that.
While we are indoors, heaters make the air dry, mold builds up because of a lack of air circulation. All this can trigger allergies causing sneezing, congestion, and itchiness. Keeping your house clean, encouraging air circulation and a good saline spray can help ease allergies. And there is nothing like a warm cup of soothing tea to help you feel better.
Ginger tea can help strengthen your immunity due to the high levels of antioxidants in ginger and it helps to relieve cold/flu symptoms. Add some lemon to your cup of ginger tea.
If you have problems with falling asleep, this is the perfect tea that will help you. Its calming properties may also help with menstrual cramps.
With it’s antibacterial antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, peppermint tea may fight clogged sinuses due to infections, the common cold, and allergies.
If you want to boost your metabolism, this is the go-to tea. If you don’t like the taste just add some honey and lemon to it.
Rooibos tea is rich in antioxidants which may strengthen the body’s response to allergens.
Each tea has different health benefits. But the common thing is “water”. Meaning you can’t enjoy a cup of tea if there is no water. So always drink lots and lots of water to flush out any toxins.