Your cup of Immuni-Tea Recipe

Team Foodhall

Known throughout history for its medicinal properties, tea is THE soothing, immunity-boosting beverage you need this season. 

Did you know?

The most widely consumed beverage in the world today started out as a tonic.

Tea originated in China and was consumed only as medicine until the sixth century. But as its popularity as a mild stimulating beverage spread, tea specialists and sommeliers began to experiment with several varietals; brewing green, white and black teas into decoctions of varying strengths. Tea drinkers began to infuse spices, fruit peels and roots such as peppermint, orange or ginger into their cuppas for added flavour and health benefits. 

Although its medicinal benefits are not widely known today, tea is more than just a 4 o’clock pick-me-up. It’s filled with powerful antioxidants, which builds your body’s immune system and regulates the functioning of cells. 

Take home our selection from The House of Tea by Foodhall to tap into these health-boosting properties through the monsoon.

Kashmiri Kahwa – A single-origin green tea gently infused with a medley of exotic spices that add much needed warmth and sweetness, while the finest Kashmiri saffron helps to recharge the body’s defenses.

Himalayan Tulsi – A light blend infused with Rama tulsi, a beloved Ayurvedic herb that eases inflammation and is rich in vitamins A and C.

Turmeric Glow – A blend of green tea infused with turmeric, loaded with bioactive compounds boasting powerful medicinal properties that dramatically increase the body’s ability to fight infection.

Chamomile – Nicknamed the ‘Nighty-night Tea’ for its calming properties, this fruity blend helps boost immunity and digestion.

Royal Masala Chai – A heady mix of bold Indian spices like cinnamon and clove in this blend, will boost heart health and warm you up on a rainy day.

Maharaja Oolong – A robust blend of rich spices and oolong tea is your daily dose of antioxidants this monsoon.

Ginseng Oolong – A traditional herb in Chinese and Korean medicine, ginseng blended with oolong tea will reduce fatigue and ensure that you keep energised. 

Visit The House of Tea by Foodhall to stock up on these health-giving blends.

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