5 Health Boosting Additions To Add In Your Tea

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There are so many great healthy teas to choose from like, Green-Tea, Peppermint Tea, Chamomile Tea and the list is seriously extensive. Whether you are looking for ways to make your tea taste better or just want an additional boost to your already healthy beverage — we’ve listed 5 different additions you can start adding to your tea for a more better experience.
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Adding lemon to your tea not only makes it taste great, but it also packs some serious health additions. Lemons provide immune-supporting vitamin C, also helps to flush toxins from the body and provide significant amounts of calcium and potassium.

Coconut Oil

Although coconut oil doesn’t add much of a taste, the great part is its pretty much tasteless, but still provides healthy saturated fats that help you stay fuller for longer. Coconut oil is great for your hair, skin and nails and also lowers blood pressure.


If you have never had ginger tea, you’re missing out. Ginger is known to get rid of nausea, improve cardiovascular health and even treat peptic ulcers. Add a few slices to your favorite tea to reap the benefits it has to offer.


Cinnamon is a great sweetener without all the extra guilt of your typical sugary options. Cinnamon provides many benefits to the body such as, helping to regulate blood sugar and releasing antioxidants that fight pathogens in your body. A little goes a long way so be sure not to over do it.


I always make sure to have mint leaves or mint tea around. Mint has so many benefits such as healing an upset tummy, knocking out nausea and even taming a fever — and it tastes soooo good! It has antimicrobial and antiviral properties, powerful antioxidant properties, and even significant anti-allergenic powers.

Want to learn even more ways tea can benefit your body? Check out  “5 Teas That Can Help You Lose Pounds” and “5 Teas That Will Make Your Skin Gorgeous

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