1. Chamomile tea :



Grown by the ancient Egyptians to treat varied illness, the ingredients of this tea are believed to have anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally, it also relieves fatigue and provides cures for insomnia.
To prepare this tea: Put dry chamomile into a cup. Boil some water and cool it from half-a minute. Pour it in the cup and cover if for about 7 minutes. Strain it well before you sip.


2. Rose tea :


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Made with mixing fresh roses and terminal bud of tea, this is the oldest flavoured tea available. Its subtle taste makes it different from others. There are several benefits such as skin cleansing, clearing toxins and fuelling up the skin with essential vitamins like A, C, D, E and B3. This magical tea acts a cure for sore throat.
To brew it: Put some rosebuds into a cup .Brew it for as long as you like, a longer time results in darker tea. Avoid using sugar or cream as the flavour is best when had natural.


3. White tea :


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White tea is mild, fresh and the least-processed types. It consist of antioxidants three times than that of green tea. White tea helps preserving skin’s natural collagen, and also speeds up the fat-burning process.
To make it: Before starting, make sure to avoid hard water as it can ruin the tea. Boil water and pour it over the leaves. Steep it for about 10 minutes. Serve as it is, add no milk or sugar.


4. Chrysanthemum tea :


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Prominently used for ailment treatments, chrysanthemum tea has a floral smell and a sweet taste. The ingredients of this tea are vitamin beta-carotene, fiber, iron, magnesium, niacin, and riboflavin. It is brewed from dried flowers and foliage, which are steeped in warm water. The tea has many health benefits too. It is known to help keep blood pressure low, cure high level of cholesterol and soothe tired eyes after working for long hours on computer.
To brew it: To a tea cup, add boiling water. Take 3 flowers and steep tea leaves in hot water for about three minutes, or until the liquid turns light yellow. For better results, brew the tea with a little honey.

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