The Cultural Brew-Off: An Era of Fruit Tea Vs Herbal Tea

Fruit & Flower Infusions are up all over the market and we are here to set the record straight: they are AWESOME! An amazing twist to the old fashioned green tea, black tea or iced teas, these caffeine free refreshments are off the charts when it comes to flavoured teas, aroma & style!

Herbal and fruit infusions, also known as Tisanes, are crafted using fresh or dried flowers, fruits, leaves, seeds and roots Р bringing you to your convenience their almost unlimited variety & are almost always caffeine free. 

Fruit & Herbal infusions do not originate from the tea plant (Camellia sinensis) but, like tea, they should be brewed with freshly boiled water – TE-A-ME bringing you best of it in the convenience of tea bags. From fruity, minty, flowery, sweet to spicy, fruit & herbal infusions can offer the full range of flavoured teas to suit every taste, every mood and any occasion.

Infusions and tisanes aka herbal teas includes both classic products made from plant parts obtained from a single variety, for instance peppermint or chamomile flowers as well as blends of different herbs, flowers, spices and fruits. In addition, there is a wide range of blends in which natural flavourings have been added, or which are enriched with vitamins & minerals.

The spiced fruity blends may include apple cinnamon and orange ginger – the classic combinations of sweet & spicy. If a bit of tang is what you enjoy, cranberry apple or strawberry cream is a must try. These delicious infusions by TE-A-ME bring not only a cup full of joy & colour but also a kick of vitamin C that makes it the talk-of-the-town.

How can one speak of herbal infusions and forget the classic, ever-so-loved Chamomile Tea?

Chamomile is a daisy like plant which is often used in herb infusions to help induce sleep & relaxation. Traditionally been used for medicinal purpose, Chamomile is one of the most popular single ingredients in herbal teas or tisanes. So grab a batch & relax into a perfect evening with the calming nature of chamomile. 

Down and out due to flu season? Here come herbal teas for the rescue! A beautifully fiery tulsi spice mix and cardamom turmeric infusion by TE-A-ME is sure to evoke memories of homemade kadha but without the hassles of ever so long preparation procedures. Warming, soothing & calming, your nasal tracks are sure to thank you for stacking up on these!

So hop onto the infusion train & add a hint of fruit & spice to your daily cuppa with our Fruit & Flower Infusions and Herbal Infusions. Some in tea bags and some in loose-leaf form – the combination of invigorating tea leaves with natural flavours or the fragrant fruit & flower infusions – they all will swiftly produce a delicious, aromatic yet gentle pick-me-up, just for the tea lover in you!

Top Detoxifying Benefits of Cardamom Turmeric Wellness Tea

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Here comes the season of bugs!

Theres no way you haven’t been bitten by the sickness bug even once this season ? chances are that youve grown tired of them. Well, so have we, which is why we bring to you the perfect detoxifying concoction that will release all those nasty toxins from your body.

You mustve heard of the many detoxifying benefits of turmeric ginger honey tea. Well, this is a tried and tested spiced tea with the combination of turmeric, ginger and cardamom that works like a detoxifying wonder.

Why cardamom and turmeric?

Lets take a look at the health benefits of both spices:

Turmeric:

  • Turmeric is known for reducing internal inflammation
  • It reduces pain and helps wounds heal faster
  • It spikes your metabolism, which is why it is a good idea to have ginger honey turmeric tea on a regular basis
  • It reduces your stress levels and depression
  • It is also effective in preventing cancer
  • Diabetic patients can benefit a lot from turmeric.

Cardamom:

  • Like ginger, cardamom is also an anti-inflammatory spice
  • It does away with problems in the digestive gut
  • It has strong anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties, which makes it good for the immune system
  • The essential oils contained naturally in cardamom act as good detoxifying agents

Why you should add cardamom to your turmeric tea

Most people have turmeric tea in different capacities- the turmeric cinnamon ginger honey?tea is a favourite among fitness enthusiasts because of its taste and health benefits. Both turmeric and cardamom have similar health benefits, and together they create a potent blend.

The turmeric cardamom wellness tea is effective in cleansing and detoxifying your body like no other drink. The anti-bacterial benefits of cardamom will enable your immune system to function better and keep all those pesky diseases away.

How to make turmeric cardamom tea

Bring your tea to a boil and then add both turmeric and the cardamom seeds to the mix. Boil it for a few more minutes and then strain the drink. Drink it while it is still warm for the best benefits. Or alternatively, you could simply give TE-A-ME cardamom turmeric tea a try. For this, pour boiling or lukewarm into a cup. Dip a TE-A-ME cardamom turmeric tea bag in the cup and let it steep for a few minutes ? and voila! You could mix a few a few drops of honey if you prefer and enjoy it hot!

Possible side effects of the tea

Being made from natural spices, this tea does not have any major side effects. However, if you are allergic to any of its ingredients, its best to avoid the consumption of this tea. Both turmeric and ginger are potent ingredients that may have some effect on foetal health so pregnant women are advised against drinking this tea during pregnancy.

Reap the benefits of this extraordinary drink every day!

As a great way to detox your body, few sips of this turmeric cardamom tea daily will help you get a boost of antioxidants, improve your digestive health, nourish your body and help you to reach your health goals.