Tea is one of the world’s most popular drinks – particularly in the UK we get through over 150 million cups of tea per day! The tea that we drink, usually with milk and sometimes with sugar is known as black tea, but there are many other varieties of tea – some that can help with ailments such as this anti bloating tea https://www.vivolife.co.uk/blogs/news/5-herbal-teas-to-beat-the-bloat-and-improve-digestion , and some that are emerging in a wide range of flavours like chocolate!
Here are some alternatives to black tea, that you might like to try if you haven’t already…
Green Tea – Enjoyed in the East, particularly in Japan, green tea has become hugely popular over recent years due to its many health benefits. It can help with weight loss and can also be good for those who suffer from high blood pressure.
Chai Tea – Originating in India, this tasty tea is a combination of hot milk and spices, such as cloves, ginger and cardamom. A lovely warming drink to enjoy in the darker winter months, depending on the spices used it can vary in taste a little from place to place.
Chaga Tea – This tea is Russian in origin and is made using mushrooms. It is mainly enjoyed in Siberia, where the chaga mushrooms can be readily found in their native habitat – growing on Birch trees. It is also found across Russia and in parts of eastern Europe. It is another tea that is believed to have health benefits.