Turmeric Green Tea
Turmeric Green Tea
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Heavenly Kashmiri
Heavenly Kashmiri
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Ginger Turmeric Green Tea

Ginger is an excellent herb that fights germs and turmeric a natural anti-inflammatory, when blended with antioxidant-rich fresh green tea, it makes a wholesome and soothing cup.

₹ 399 (MRP Inclusive of all Taxes) ₹399 /Kg
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TASTING NOTES
Aroma

prominent spicy notes of turmeric & ginger

Appearance

Green tea blended with ginger roots,turmeric cuts

Taste

prominent taste of turmeric & ginger

Ingredients

STEEPING NOTES

WATER

5 fl oz / 150 ml

TEMPERATURE

176°F-185°F / 80°C-85°C

LEAVES

2 Tsp / 0.09 oz / 2.5 g

TIME

3 Mins

CAFFEINE

Low

NO. OF STEEPS

1

BEST CONSUMED

Hot

Condiments

  • condiment-1

    You can Drink Plain

Faq

Herbal teas can have a variety of health benefits depending on the herbs used. Some of the most popular herbal teas and their benefits include chamomile for relaxation, ginger for digestion, and peppermint for soothing an upset stomach.
Yes, certain herbal teas such as chamomile and valerian root are known for their calming properties and may be helpful for improving sleep. However, it's important to speak with a healthcare professional before using herbal teas to help with sleep.
While herbal teas are often used to soothe minor ailments such as headaches and nausea, they should not be used as a substitute for medical treatment. Always consult with a healthcare professional before using herbal teas to treat illnesses.
Some popular types of herbal teas include chamomile, peppermint, ginger, hibiscus, and lavender.
While herbal teas are not a magic weight loss solution, some herbs such as green tea, dandelion, and nettle may have potential metabolism-boosting properties that can aid in weight loss. However, more research is needed to confirm these claims.
While some herbal teas are safe for pregnant women, others may not be appropriate. Always consult with a healthcare professional before using herbal teas during pregnancy.
Yes, herbal teas can be used for aromatherapy by inhaling the steam or using the herbs in a diffuser. Some herbs such as lavender and chamomile are known for their calming and relaxing properties.
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