A glass of hot tea – what's the use

Hot tea dilates blood vessels and stimulates perspiration. Starts a little kick of heat, moisture evaporates from the body surface that protects it from overheating. Heat is easier, and sweating removes toxins from the body. A Cup of hot tea can quench your thirst for a long time. You can follow the example of the inhabitants of tropical countries and to include in your daily menu a few cups of black, green or white tea, adding different ingredients to taste.

Mint tea from Morocco

The drink is prepared Moroccan mint and green tea. Brewing they should be in different pots, filling in with boiled water for 3-5 minutes. Then both beverage mix, adding optional cinnamon stick.

Hibiscus from Egypt

Tea from hibiscus only need to fill in the petals with boiling water for 5-7 minutes. In the heat you need to drink hot tea and in the evening, when the long-awaited coolness, hibiscus can be drunk iced.

Masala from India

Masala is an Indian tea with a spicy taste. The drink is refreshing, you can add spices – cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, cloves, fennel seeds or black pepper. In some recipes it is possible to meet nutmeg, saffron, almonds, rose petals or liquorice root. In masala, you can add milk and sweeteners – honey, sugar (white, brown or palm), condensed milk.

Ginger tea

To enjoy the taste of ginger tea, you need 1 liter of water add ginger root the size of a large thumb. Ginger, cut into slices and simmer in boiling water for 10 minutes. As desired in the finished tea, you can add mint, cinnamon, lemon or any other citrus, honey.

Lavender tea

This tea not only quenches thirst, but also will relieve from nervous tension. Dried lavender flowers can be brewed black or green tea. Perfect complement to tea with lavender will flower honey.