List of Tea Recipes and Benefits
Chandelier (shandilay) Tea
Chandelier or shandilay bush tea is a common cough and cold remedy in Trinidad and Tobago. Its extracts have shown promising antimicrobial properties too.
Cocoa tea is a delicious chocolatey tea made from 100% cocoa, milk, sweeteners and spices. That 100% cocoa is loaded with antioxidants and you know how good they are for you.
Ginger tea can simply be made by adding hot water to freshly grated ginger. The tea has many proven benefits including calming nausea, boosting immunity and more.
Hibiscus tea is a wonderful, ruby-red herbal tea that has a sour, cranberry-like, tart taste. That red color indicates there are high levels of antioxidants in the tea.
Lemongrass tea has a strong citrusy lemon taste plus it has some exceptional health benefits. Did you know it can improve your blood cell counts?
Soursop tea is exotic with a mildly herbaceous taste. There are many unproven claims about this tea that are discussed in this post.
Tulsi or holy basil tea is an exotic tea that has a herbaceous and strong clove-like taste. It is widely used in Ayurvedic remedies and has well known anti-inflammatory benefits.
West Indian Bay Leaf Tea
West Indian bay leaf or ciliment tea tastes like cinnamon, clove, allspice and nutmeg all mixed together.