Winter Infection: Add Turmeric and Ginger to Green Tea to Avoid Cold and Fever This Winter

One can brew different ingredients by adding different herbs and spices with green tea to prevent colds and flu and other ailments.

 Winter Infection: Add Turmeric and Ginger to Green Tea to Avoid Cold and Fever This Winter

Green tea has long been known for its countless number of health benefits. A world-famous beverage, green tea is considered to have the highest amount of polyphenols that act as a good antioxidant in the body. From detoxifying to prevent inflammation and severe free radicals, green tea does wonders for the mind and body as a whole. Health experts around the world have also suggested that this low-calorie beverage is suitable for weight loss, diabetes management, cardiovascular risk prevention, and more. Did you know that a hot cup of green tea can also contribute to strengthening our immune system?



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A great drink with flavonoid, green tea helps to boost metabolism and overall intestinal health. These substances continue to lead to strong immune systems. Consistently, several studies have found that good bacteria enter our gut to take care of our physical health. Therefore, maintaining a healthy digestive system is very important to reduce the number of bacterial and bacterial infections.

According to Deepti Tiwari, a dietetics consultant at CK Birla Hospital, "green tea contains polyphenols that have a positive effect on our immune system. and the virus. "

One can supplement various ingredients with various herbs and spices in green tea to prevent colds and flu and other ailments, "he added.

Keeping that in mind, we bring you a live blend of flavors of turmeric and ginger, as well as green tea, which can help keep you warm during the winter.

Turmeric Defense | Turmeric (Haldi) Health Benefits:



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Turmeric has been part of traditional medicine for centuries. It is a storehouse of an active ingredient called curcumin that helps boost the immune system, prevents colds and flu and protects against various viral infections.

Protective Ginger | Ginger Health Benefits (Adrak):

Ginger is loaded with antiseptic and anti-inflammatory substances that help prevent the body from damaging the free radicals. Therefore, experts recommend adding ginger to your tea to increase immunity and overall health.

Ginger has been a part of the traditional practice for centuries


How to Make Turmeric-Ginger Green Protective Tea:

Ingredients:

1 teaspoon green tea

1 inch ginger, minced or 1 teaspoon dried ginger powder (saunth)

Half turmeric raw, ground or 1 pinch powder

1 cup of water



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How to:

Step 1. Boil water with crushed ginger and turmeric. If you plan to use both ingredients in powdered form, then avoid adding them to this step.

Step 2. After giving the water a good boil for at least two minutes, turn off the flame and add green tea to it. Add the turmeric and powdered ginger and close the lid. Allow the ingredients to infuse for at least five minutes.

Step 3. Filter the green tea in the hole and drink. You can add honey and lemon if you like.

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