Updated December 17th, 2023 at 23:43 IST

Chamomile tea to rose hip tea: Teas to sip on this winter for maximum health benefits

From Chamomile tea to rose hip tea, here is a list of flavourful warm steeped beverages to sip on this winter to accrue maximum health benefits.

1/7: Chamomile tea is best known for its calming effects, though it also scores high when it comes to antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and liver-protecting effects./ Image: Unsplash

2/7: Peppermint tea is a top contender for helping maintain digestive health, particularly symptoms of indigestion, nausea and stomach pain besides being anti-inflammatory. / Image: Unsplash

3/7: Stomach ulcers, indigestion and pain from menstrual cramps are no match for the medicinal benefits of ginger tea. The concoction also goes a long way in relieving feelings of nausea. / Image: Unsplash

4/7: Not only does hibiscus tea have a lush and enticing colour and aroma, but it also helps regulate cholestrol and blood pressure levels. / Image: Unsplash

5/7: Sage tea tends to have a calming effect on the mind along with being extremely potent for overall brain health and cognitive function among adults. / Image: Unsplash

6/7: Rose hip tea, besides its hibiscus tea adjacent lush colour, is a potent source of vitamin C and goes a long way in relieving symptoms of pain and inflammation. / Image: Unsplash

7/7: As per a Healthline report, passionflower tea has been proven to have a marked impact on improving symptoms of insomnia and anxiety in a mere two weeks of consistent use. / Image: Unsplash

Published December 17th, 2023 at 23:43 IST