Hey lovelies,

I hope all of you guys are doing good and thriving. I am so so sorry for not writing another article sooner but to make a long story short school has been a bit overwhelming lately. Thankfully it's spring break now so I'll be able to get some well deserved rest. I am planning to write at least three article during my break so make sure to follow my My Articles collection to stay tuned.

Anyways if you could not tell this article will be about my favorite teas! Anybody that knows me in real life knows I LOVE TEA(both btw ;)! There used to be a time where I couldn't go to sleep without a cup of tea!I know if my day has been a bad one at least I know I can come home go on my laptop and drink a warm cup of tea or two. Whenever I take a sip I just feel so cozy and fuzzy inside. I love that feeling when you can literally FEEL the warmth spread down to your core. I could literally go on and on about tea but I think you guys get the point.

Also please don't drink an excessive amount of any of the teas. They all have side effects if you take too much and if the teas concentration is high so drink in moderation.

Green Tea

Green tea as you may know has a huge list of benefits but I'm just going to share a few of this wonder tea.I love to have green tea preferably in the morning with honey or a bit of brown sugar to sweeten it up a bit. I also like to add a few things to spice it up like lemon,ginger,mint, and apple slices.

  • improves energy and endurance
  • promotes weight loss
  • boosts immunity
  • helps cure hangover
  • regulates blood pressure
  • helps treat acne
  • offers anti-aging benefits
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green tea

Rooibos Tea

During my wonderful time in South Africa I discovered Rooibos tea. Honestly this has grown to be one of my all time favorites and is so so good! This tea can be taken with milk or without but either way it's still delicious to me! This tea can be taken anytime of the day and has a beautiful warm red orange color.

  • no caffeine
  • relieves cramps
  • improves bone health
  • treats allergies
  • cures headaches
  • improves blood circulation
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rooibos tea

Chamomile Tea

Just the scent of chamomile tea is so satisfying. Chamomile tea is probably most known for making people sleepy but believe me there are so many other good things that can come from this tea. I only take this tea before I am about to go to sleep or if I want to just feel mellow.

  • can be used as a natural cleanser
  • helps get rid of migranes
  • maintains glucose level in the body
  • reduces puffiness under eyes
  • relieves menstrual cramps
  • promotes sleep
  • soothes skin irritation
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chamomile tea

Hibiscus Tea

I discovered this tea a year ago and wish I knew about it sooner! It has a beautiful dark red color and a bit of a sour taste. I recommend adding quite a bit of honey or sugar if you like your teas sweet.

  • lowers cholesterol
  • anti-cancer properties
  • satiates taste
  • improves digestion
  • antibacterial properties
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hibiscus tea

Chai Tea

I don't drink this tea as much as I use to but the love for this tea is still strong. I love to add a bit of sugar,cinnamon, milk, and sometimes whipped cream if I'm feeling extra special. Just writing about it makes me want a nice big mug of it now.

  • improve heart health
  • reduce inflammation
  • treats nausea
  • cuts caffeine intake
  • improves digestion
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chai tea

Well I hope this articles has introduced you beauts to some new teas and maybe even switch you over from coffee to tea! Like I stated earlier I will be writing at least three articles during my spring break and I hope you all have found this helpful in some way. Enjoy your spring break and until next time...

All the love,