Flavoured Tea

Flavoured Tea

Varieties include ginger, ginkgo biloba, ginseng, hibiscus, jasmine, rosehip, mint, rooibos (red tea), chamomile, and echinacea. Limited research has been done on the health benefits of herbal teas, but claims that they help to shed pounds, stave off colds, and bring on restful sleep are largely unsupported.               

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Sheer Chai (also called Noon Chai, Kashmiri tea, pink tea, gulabi chai) is a traditional tea beverage from Kashmir. It is a part of Kashmiri culture to drink this beverage 2−3 times a day with traditional Kashmiri breads and pastries like lavasa, sheermaal, kandir tchot, bakarkhani and kulcha.               

Sheer Chai (also called Noon Chai, Kashmiri tea, pink tea, gulabi chai) is a traditional tea beverage from Kashmir. It is a part of Kashmiri culture to drink this beverage 2−3 times a day with traditional Kashmiri breads and pastries like lavasa, sheermaal, kandir tchot, bakarkhani and kulcha.               

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A wide variety of herbal teas are also sometimes credited with improving digestion. ... Chamomile teais sometimes used to treat gas, indigestion, certain types of constipation and other digestivedisturbances, according to MedlinePlus. Mint, fennel, rosemary, juniper and lavender teas may help relieve gas               

A wide variety of herbal teas are also sometimes credited with improving digestion. ... Chamomile teais sometimes used to treat gas, indigestion, certain types of constipation and other digestivedisturbances, according to MedlinePlus. Mint, fennel, rosemary, juniper and lavender teas may help relieve gas