01/24Try these teas when you need to improve your mood

Try these teas when you need to improve your mood

In this day and age, life can be hectic and rough. Just one cup of tea can help reduce stress and improve your mood. Many people feel Zen after enjoying a sip of the brew. You can drink it at any time of the day if you need to give your mood a boost. However, there are a variety of options. It can be hard to pick a tea that will help improve your mood and keep you calm. Here are some teas that can do the trick and make you feel better.

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02/24Jing: Lemongrass and Ginger

Jing: Lemongrass and Ginger

A tea that blends lemongrass and ginger together is the perfect choice for your morning wake me up. It is bursting with freshness and contains a spicy infusion that is sure to delight. The tea is delicate and tasty. Consuming it regularly in the morning will help give your mood a big boost and help you feel energised for the day.

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03/24Teecino

Teecino

If you have just given up coffee, but finding it hard to stick to your goal, this is the tea to try. It tastes like coffee but doesn't contain properties that are addictive. Drinking it regularly will help give your mood a big boost and will help you start your day off right. It also is great for your digestive system.

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04/24Peppermint tea

Peppermint tea

A fresh brew of peppermint tea can put you in a better mood almost instantly. Its refreshing aroma alone is reason enough to try it as it will help boost your mood and energy. Researchers from the Northumbria University found peppermint can significantly improve mood and memory. Another bonus is that a cup of this tea can reduce your cravings for coffee.

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05/24Ashwagandha tea

Ashwagandha tea

Ashwagandha is a restorative herb popularly used in Ayurvedic medicine. It can improve one's mood and energy. Researchers have found it can also improve memory and reduce stress. Apart from making a tea out of it, you can also use the berries to treat ulcers, carbuncles and tubercular glands.

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06/24Maca tea

Maca tea

The roots of the Maca plant contains loads of natural iodine. This helps to tackle issues like exhaustion and fatigue. Researchers have found it contains almost 55 phytochemicals that helps give you an energy boost and make you feel strong. It could also help reduce stress and anxiety.

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07/24Rhodiola tea

Rhodiola tea

Rhodiola rosea has been found to have an impact on the serotonin and dopamine levels. Therefore it makes for a great beverage when you need a pick me up. It could also help tackle issues with depression. Even though it has been used in Scandinavia and Asia for hundreds of years, it is slowly gaining popularity around the world. Best of all it is an inexpensive way to boost your mood.

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08/24Licorice root tea

Licorice root tea

Licorice root tea is often combined with herbal and caffeinated teas because it has a very strong flavour. You could also drink it plain with a bit of honey and lemon. This combo will definitely give your energy levels a boost, as well as reduce stress. This tea has also been found to help stimulate adrenal glands and get the blood circulation going.

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09/24Ginger tea

Ginger tea

Ginger tea is deliciously spicy and loaded with health benefits that are great for your body. It contains anti-inflammatory properties and helps improve blood circulation, which helps to give your energy a boost. Studies have found it also helps the body to produce compounds known as adrenal catecholamines, which helps to regulate energy levels. Ginger tea has also been found to helps athletes improve their performance.

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10/24Black tea

Black tea

Good old black tea may be one of the most consumed beverages on the planet, but it is also packed with health benefits that will help give you a boost. Every eight-ounce serving reportedly contains around 47 milligrams of caffeine. However, there are some varieties that contain a lot more like60 to 90 milligrams of caffeine. This tea also contains L-theanine, which helps to keep your energy levels in control. Black tea has also been found to help reduce high blood sugar, heart disease, as well as give your immune system a boost.

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