Feeling hot? Try out these cooling tea recipes!


Cooling tea recipes

Body is feeling overheated due to consumption of hot pot or spicy food? Or maybe it is due to the hot weather?

Cooling tea recipes for body overheating

Body overheating can really be uncomfortable not to mention, it may affect your sleep, cause sudden dizziness, makes you feel thirsty all the time, leaves you feeling fatigue, gives you nausea and may ultimately lead to illness. Fret not! Fortunately, some teas are available to solve this problem. Wonderful isn't it? Without procrastinating further, let's introduce these recipes.

Chrysanthemum tea + Green Tea

This is one classic combination commonly used in Asia. Both chrysanthemum and green tea are commonly known to have cooling properties and promote fluid production. 

Recipe:

1) 6 dried chrysanthemum flowers
2) 1 teabag organic green tea

Mix them with a glass of fully boiled hot water. Serve after 15 minutes.

 

Chrysanthemum Tea + Honeysuckle Flower Tea

Just like chrysanthemum, honeysuckle flower has cooling properties that can expel the heat from the body.

 Recipe:

1) 6 dried chrysanthemum flowers
2) 1 honeysuckle flower (don't add to much as it can be really bitter)

Mix them with a glass of fully boiled hot water. Serve after 15 minutes.

 

Hibiscus Tea + Peppermint

Another recipe to try out is this cooling hibiscus peppermint tea. Hibiscus supports the body's cooling mechanisms naturally while menthol gives peppermint its cooling properties.

1) 1 tablespoon hibiscus flowers
2) 1 teaspoon peppermint leaves
3) ¼ teaspoon stevia powder

Mix them with a glass of fully boiled hot water. Serve after 15 minutes.

 

When can you consume?
Best time to consume this is after eating hot and spicy food or durian.

What can you achieve?
You will feel that the body is slowly expelling the heat off and returning to normal.

Any side effects?
Hibiscus tea have laxative properties.

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* Please note that these tea recipes may not be suitable for pregnant mothers