Golden milk, aka turmeric milk, aka turmeric latte, aka haldi doodh… No matter what you call this drink, it’s nutritious and delicious! Golden milk is a creamy yellow latte made from basically turmeric and milk. But, did you know it’s more than just a vibrant coloured drink. It’s been around for centuries for its…
Adding turmeric to your diet is simple with turmeric tea!A dd a teaspoon to your morning cup of tea, or make a more elaborate latte to enjoy
Turmeric tea has grown in popularity in recent years for it’s long list of health benefits. In fact, turmeric is now used for the treatment and prevention for many diseases and symptoms.
I’ve grown chamomile, lavender, mint, and lemon balm in my AeroGarden and made delicious tea. There’s nothing better than steeping fresh leaves. The AeroGarden is quite convenient for anyone in an apartment or with limited sun. But, that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t come without some downfalls too.
The benefits of chamomile tea seem to be somewhat unlimited. Honestly, it seems like it can do it all, it’s been used for almost everything from sleep, inflammation, anxiety … you name it!
Making and trying yerba mate tea for the first time is very different from any other tea experience. I’ve never enjoyed tea like this before that I had to follow instructions and buy new materials.
Step aside Matcha there’s a new super tea in town! The South American herb, yerba mate might be replacing your daily matcha intake. These benefits are off the charts, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t come with its own set of risks.
Yerba mate tea seems like the next hottest tea trend possibly kicking out Matcha! (sorry matcha lovers). So I thought, I definitely have to get on board and see what all the fuss is about!
Hibiscus is one of my favourite herbal teas to enjoy all year round. Despite its rich, velvety red colour the taste can be off-putting for some. That’s why I came up with 5 simple ways to enjoy hibiscus tea, even if you’re not its biggest fan.
With my all-natural recipes, you can enjoy it as both an iced tea in the summer and as a way to warm up and get cozy in the winter. You can even make it into a latte or a punch for your end-of-summer family barbecue.
Hibiscus is a flowering plant from the mallow family, found in tropical climates around the world. The flower, and sometimes its leaves, are dried out to use for tea. People have been drinking hibiscus tea for centuries for its beneficial properties.
But the herb doesn’t affect everyone the same way. In addition to the benefits, there are several risks to be aware of. What can be a benefit to some, is actually a risk for others.