Lemon Mint Tea
Things are getting a bit hectic for me at this moment. I have been getting an enormous stress at work. It seems like there is not enough time in the day to take care of everything. I just want to stop the madness and take everything in slow motion. Everything I need is to empty my mind, close my eyes, and chill with a cup of good tea. Lemon mint tea is my option of the day.
Health Benefits of Lemon Mint Tea
It is nothing fancy, just a bit of mint leaves and lemon slices in boiling water. However this simple and easy drink has gotten known for its effectiveness on our anxious bodies. It may help with symptoms associated with stress, anxiety, and depression. Therefor, I have been incorporating my routine with drinking a cup of Lemon Mint Tea lately.
Lemon Mint Tea is a refreshing and relaxing beverage that has numerous health benefits. The added lemon is great to aid in weight loss and posses immense health benefits. Not only lemon juice is a great source of antioxidants and vitamin C, but also acts as a digestive and detoxifying agent to help in cleaning the body by flushing out toxins, while also boosting you immune system. If you do not enjoy sour notes on your tea, just do not steep the lemon slices too long.
Meanwhile, mint tea is good for digestion and the cooling aroma is a great natural aromatherapy to reduce stress and unwind after a long day. Check out more health benefits you get from drinking Fresh Mint Tea from my previous blog.
Drinking lemon tea is healthy and refreshing. You can sip it throughout the day. It has a minty and sour taste from the mint and lemon, making drinking plain water tastes better. Try incorporating Lemon Mint Tea to your routine and enjoy its powerful health benefits
Lemon Mint Tea
Just a bit of mint leaves and lemon slices in boiling water, but this simple and easy drink is great for its effectiveness on our anxious bodies.
- 4 cups boiling water (1 litre)
- 30-40 mint leaves
- 1 lemon slice thinly
- honey (optional)
Put mint leaves into your teapot. Muddle the leaves with a wooden spoon gently.
Fill up the teapot with boiling water and let it infuse for 5-10 minutes until the liquid starts to take on a slight pale yellow/green hue.
Strain the tea into cups and add 1-2 lemon slices into each cup.
Sweeten with honey if you like.