Great Tasting Low Caffeine Teas
Most of us are in need of a good caffeine kick to start off our mornings and a hot cup of coffee is the obvious choice. For those who prefer tea, Japanese Matcha Green Tea which has a high caffeine content or regular teas with medium caffeine are the go to for a morning wake me up. Coming closer to evening, it is better to opt for herbal infusions or teas with little or no caffeine. This will ensure that you can wind down for the day and achieve a good night sleep. Here are a few teas with little or no caffeine that taste great.
Rooibos is a caffeine-free tea from South Africa. It literally means red bush tea. It is rich in Vitamin C and has low tannins levels compared to green and black tea. Rooibos contains flavonoids and polyphenols. It is said to be good for weight loss and also beneficial to the immune system.
Ginger tea is a herbal infusion that contains no caffeine. It is very popular and has many health benefits. This includes reducing nausea, preventing stomach ache and relaxing the body.
Chamomile Tea is an appetizing tea that has zero caffeine content. This healing tea can boost your nervous system. The antibacterial properties help to combat colds. The antimicrobial properties promote the healing of wounds, infections and skin irritations.
Lavender white Tea is a relaxing and soothing blend that will not keep you up at night. It’s low in caffeine and helps to fight against insomnia. It will replenish your energy levels and boost your overall health. Lavender blends well with mint.
Herbal teas and caffeine-free teas keep you hydrated and boost your brain function, allowing your mind and body to work at a faster rate. This is just one more reason to brew a caffeine-free cup of tea. To shop our low caffeine teas such as Lavender white tea which is sourced from Darjeeling and Chamomile tea, click here.