6 must-try fall teas and their benefits

gingerGinger lemon tea

Ginger and lemon are both calming, immune-boosting ingredients – perfect for overcoming flu season. Add a splash of honey for extra antibacterial action.

Chai tea

This spicy classic is perfect for colder weather. It’s been used for centuries to maintain good health, cleanse the organs and strengthen the respiratory system.

mintEchinacea mint tea

Echinacea root helps fight infection in the body, making it an ideal choice for combatting the common cold. Hints of mint take away from the pungent floral taste of Echinacea, creating a refreshing blend for a crisp, autumn day.

Cranberry tea

Increase your Vitamin C intake with this tangy tea. Cranberries are also packed with antioxidants to enhance immunity.

Darjeeling black tea

This rich, earthy blend is great for digestion, making it the perfect drink for transitioning into a fall diet. Carb-load to your heart’s content! Speaking of hearts, Derjeeling is also known to reduce the risk of common cardiovascular problems.

cinnamon.jpgAlmond cinnamon tea

Cinnamon has antifungal, antibacterial, and even antiviral properties – not to mention it’s the most sought-after spice of the season. Almonds, meanwhile,  contain healthy fats that will help keep your skin smooth and supple as the temperature drops.

 

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