Benefits of Dandelion Tea Detox
Dandelion is Pesky Weed or Best Herbal Remedy?
What is Dandelion?
After the long winter, when spring comes and we are so excited to see the nature from more close, then you can see these yellow flower weeds (earliest spring flowers). Even in my lawn they come back every year and it is hard to get rid from them.
I never knew this until now, that this weed has tremendous health benefits. One day I saw one person picking these flowers and putting in his bag very nicely. Then I was curious to know about this small yellow flower and what it has to offer to humankind?
Now after searching on the Internet, for sure I would like to say this only that Dandelion is one of the best Natural Cures. So it is a treasured yellow small flower that offers so many health benefits to human beings.
Now after searching on the Internet and seeing on other sites, I came to know that this is not only weed, but it is full with good things in it and that’s the reason you can see so many products of it in the stores and even on Amazon site.
Commonly popular way to use it as Dandelion Tea and then Root of Dandelion for healing purposes.
Facts of Dandelion Tea
Health Benefits of Dandelion Leaves and Dandelion Root
- Dandelion Tea has some health benefits
- Dandelion Tea aids in digestion and helps to relieve digestive orders. For example, constipation and diarrhea.
- Dandelion Tea cleanse the system
- Dandelion Tea improves digestion and helps to lose weight.
- Dandelion Tea eases congestion of the Liver.
- Dandelion Tea is good for skin, because it has antioxidant properties.
- Dandelion Tea helps to ease bloating and aching joints.
So the fact is that Dandelion is very important herb, which is used to treat many common diseases.
It is also being used in salads. So don’t think this is only weed, but a best herb to cure day to day health issues.
Health Benefits of Dandelion Tea are amazing.
You can find here several types of Tea, but make sure to read properly about the product and reviews, then only buy.
Natural herb teas that are good for you and the environment.
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Make Chai Tea-Masala chai
There are many popular drinks available to drink in the market today; either hot or cold. There are many fast food restaurants, which serve these beverages. Here in this article, I am talking about how to make Chai Tea at home without going anywhere else to get it. Masala Chai has become popular beverage these days.
In India chai is a part of daily life. When they get up in the morning, first thing they drink is Chai. When I was a little kid, my mother used to make a lot of tea and my father used to drink more than two cups in the morning with breakfast (paratha). We used to eat our breakfast with tea, even though after 28 years of my marriage still I eat my breakfast with tea. Chai is a part of the Indian culture.
Learn To Prepare Masala Tea
There are different kinds of tea, which you can make. For example; just simple tea with sugar(bag tea or loose tea) and Milk. Then there is another kind of tea, which you can make, that is masala tea. So here my recipe is about Indian Tea Chai means masala tea. Let’s be ready to learn to make Masala Chai, so you and your loved ones can enjoy the taste of Indian Tea Chai.
Before we continue to learn the recipe, I would like to let you know one more thing that don’t put many Spices, because sometimes they are not good for the health, due to their nature, especially for those people, who feel more hot (pitta) according to Ayurveda.
So they should not use more spices, just use to add flavor. Yes, those people, who always have flu, cold and according to Ayurveda (Kapha)they can use more spices, because spices are good for them. Any way this is different topic, here we are going to learn how to make Indian Tea Chai?
Ingredients to Use
- Stainless Steel Saucepan
- One Cinnamon Stick if you want
- One Cup Cold Water
- Two Cardamom Seeds
- One Bag of Black Tea
- One Teaspoon Sugar(brown Sugar)
- Fresh Ginger according to your own taste
- Milk according to your own taste
Masala Tea Recipe for Winter-Home Made Tea
After all this is the month of October and in October, we are looking for something hot to warm us up.
In India people drink a lot of tea year round. Even though I myself drink 3-4 cups of tea a day and especially in winter little bit more.
There are many recipes to make your own chai, but my recipe is with spices. As I said before you can put more or less spices according to the nature of your own body. Even though you can make tea without spices, if you want, it’s up to you, but these ingredients are for masala chai.
Chai is actually black tea brewed with selected spices, sugar and Milk. These ingredients add subtle flavor to your tea and even tea is really good sometimes, especially in winter months. When you are very tired or coming from work, doesn’t matter there can be many excuses to make tea and to just have fun and sit together with your family to enjoy.
Spice things up with this bold classic, featuring malty Assam tea from India’s Brahmaputra River Valley.
We blend rich, robust black tea with masala spices for a spirited cup that warms your body and soul.
It blends perfectly with milk and sweetener for an authentic chai
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A fine International blend of the rich Assam tea and the spices, Wagh Bakri Masala Chai, in every sip, is truly an enticing experience.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Net Wt. 7 oz (200) – 100 Tea Bags Product of India Packaging:
Box Product Type: Teas Ingredients:Flavored Tea
A 100% natural blend of premium high grown black teas blended with ginger root, cinnamon, Black Pepper, cloves, natural flavors and cardamom to provide a flavorful traditional Indian chai.
Single chamber tea bags.