The Many Health Benefits of Our Teas

Get to know the many health benefits of our teas!

One of the many reasons we love tea so much is that it can work wonders for the human body. In an era where we often turn to modern medicine for all that ails us, we forget about the natural wonders which exist in this world that have been used for centuries to cure all sorts of ailments!

Here at Modestine Tea, we aim to create delicious teas that are not only delightful for your taste buds, but also for your body. We know you might be checking out our different tea options and wondering, “WTF are these ingredients?!” So, we’re going to break some of them down for you to help you better understand what’s going into our tea. Many ingredients in our teas are scientifically proven to have health benefits far and wide. We want to help you feel better, and here’s how – tea by tea.

Queendom Reign

Chamomile has been used for thousands of years–people can’t deny the healing properties of chamomile! The herb is great for nourishing your digestive system, which can help your tummy if you’re feeling gassy or if your bowel movements are irregular. Additionally, it can soothe painful period cramps. Also, chamomile can help with anxiety and insomnia, so if you want to unwind after a stressful day, you can count on chamomile!

Ginger is a tried and true remedy for stomach problems. It has been used in Asian cultures for thousands of years for helping upset stomachs. It can soothe nausea for pregnant women and people who suffer from motion sickness alike.

Fennel has also been used medicinally for centuries. Studies show that the herb has antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, so it’s great for helping fight off colds. Plus, like chamomile and ginger, fennel can support your digestive system and make an upset stomach feel better!

Let Go

Ashwagandha is a herb with a crazy name, we know! It has been used for thousands of years in Indian medicine. It reduces cortisol levels. Cortisol is the body’s stress hormone, so by lowering cortisol levels, ashwagandha can make you feel less stressed. The herb also serves as an anti-inflammatory.

Clove is high in antioxidants which may help the body fight off and prevent chronic diseases. Some studies show that clove can even help prevent cancer (but more research is needed on this!). Clove can also serve antibacterial benefits and may help to regulate your blood sugar.

Cardamom is a herb that helps with digestive issues including heartburn, nausea, diarrhea, and constipation. Additionally, it can help fight off colds and infections!

Don’t Stress Me

Honey Bush is a sweet herb with sweet health benefits! It has antioxidant properties which can boost your immune system and in turn help you fight off colds and more. It can also provide relief for symptoms that menopausal women may face.

Lemongrass is a common herb that can help soothe aches and pains by relieving inflammation in the body. It can also help relieve uncomfortable bloating.

Lemon Myrtle is a plant native to Australia which can help you feel better if you have a cold by relieving sore throats and headaches. The plant can also help your body fight off harmful bacteria.

Caramel Comfort

Red Rooibos is a type of tea that’s caffeine free, so it’s great for folks who are sensitive to caffeine, or a great choice if you’re craving tea at bedtime and don’t want caffeine to keep you awake. Rooibos is loaded with antioxidants which can improve overall health. There are even theories about this tea reducing cancer risk.

Free Spirit

White tea is a type of tea that tends to have even higher levels of antioxidants than other herbs and teas because it is less processed. It’s also believed to have cancer fighting properties as well as anti-aging properties. White tea can even aid in weight loss!
Safflower can improve your overall heart health and circulation, thereby helping to prevent heart disease. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, so it can help with things like inflamed joints caused by arthritis.



Unwine

Assam Black Tea packs a punch with caffeine and will help you become mentally alert and focused. It can also boost your metabolism which will also help your energy levels, as well as possibly help with weight loss, too. Regularly drinking this black tea may lower your risk of developing Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s.

Licorice Root soothes upset stomachs and can help relieve upset stomachs, and even help repair the stomach’s lining if it is damaged due to something like food poisoning or ulcers. In addition to helping your digestive system, licorice root can help your respiratory system, too!


Up With Earl

Whole Leaf Black Tea has similar benefits to previously mentioned Assam Black Tea. It is energizing and can possibly lower risks of multiple health problems such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol.

Bergamot can soothe upset stomachs and act as a digestive aid. Additionally, bergamot contains antioxidants, and some people claim it may help alleviate anxiety and depression.