As humans we are exposed to all kinds of bacteria whose only mission is to keep us from living our life to the fullest. One of the most vexing health issues caused by these disease-causing particles is inflammation. As irksome as these inflammation reactions are, locking ourselves in to guard our health isn’t the solution. So, how do we seize the day without falling prey to the inconveniences of inflammation? Tea lovers, here is where things get interesting for you - there is a range of wellness teas for reducing inflammation, curated to keep you at your healthiest!
Most wellness teas are a powerhouse of the anti-inflammatory polyphenol - EGCG. They significantly relieve the symptoms associated with IBDs and other inflammation-driven chronic conditions. If you are wondering which teas are good for inflammation, here’s a curated list by Tea Culture of the World:
3 Best Teas For Reducing Inflammation
1. Ginger Tea:
Ginger tea for inflammation works like a charm. The gingerol and shogaol compounds present in it help fight inflammation and oxidative stress. It also helps increase satiety and strengthens the digestive system.
Nothing can ward off the chill of a cold winter’s day better than a cup of Ginger Classic by Tea Culture of the World. Crushed ginger lends spice and flavour to the robustness of black tea, creating a balanced and well-rounded blend. The two complement each other so well, that this flavored black tea has become a favourite across India over the years.
The effectiveness of Green tea for inflammation comes as no surprise. The tea catechins present in it, particularly epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), work with flavonoids to prevent free radicals from provoking or increasing cell damage and the resulting inflammation.
Green Teas are fresh tea leaves with very little processing. They do not undergo the oxidation process. Savour the pale gold colour and fresh flavour of this tea, and allow the powerful green tea antioxidants to weave a spell through your system. You’ll find that every cup of Delightful Green invigorates and revives you, like magic.
This one plays the inflammation tea role quite brilliantly as well. The chemicals present in it - chamazulene, alpha-bisabolol and apigenin - are what gives the tea its anti-inflammatory properties.
Our Calming Chamomile tea blend is curated to relax and soothe you into deep sleep. This subtly flavoured blend combines the finest green tea leaves and chamomile - a flower known to relieve tension, relax the body and calm the mind. Its pale green appearance is soothing to the eyes as well; a little glimpse of the freshness that is about to engulf you as you sip on the brew.
4. Decaf Black:
Most Black teas fall under the anti-inflammatory tea category. The beauty of black tea lies in its flavonoids - thearubigins and theaflavin. These two compounds inhibit inflammatory enzymes and control or eliminate free radicals in the body.
The most commonly consumed tea in the world, Black Tea is full-bodied and treasured by tea lovers across the world. Our Decaf Black is a classic decaffeinated blend, with all the robust flavour you want, without the caffeine. Treat yourself to a delectable, guilt-free cup of exquisite Decaf Black whenever you want a moment of indulgence.
5. Rooibos Tea:
Rooibos tea contains two of the most powerful flavonoids found in anti-inflammatory tea: aspalathin and nothofagin. The brews can bring relief from insomnia, anxiety, tension headaches, stomach cramps in babies, and irritability.
Rooibos, translated to ‘Red Bush’, is a broom-like member of the plant family Fabaceae that grows in South Africa's fynbos. The blend is the bearer of unique characteristics - deep red leaves of Rooibos unfurl to create a beautiful red infusion. The delicately sweet aroma and flavour only add to its irresistible appeal.
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