Is Ketepa Pride Masala tea good for your Health?
- February 9, 2018
- Posted by: Laban Kipngeno
- Category: Uncategorized
What is Masala Tea?
This is mixed spiced tea made by blending black tea with a mixture of Indian spices and herbs that contains a special ayurvedic properties.
What benefits does Masala Tea Offers?
Ketepa Pride Masala contains a host of spices like clove, cinnamon, elaichi, ginger, tulsi and each spice has its own individual health benefits.
All the spices work in synergy to relieve inflammation. Most important ingredient ‘Ginger’ has the ability to stop the synthesis of prostaglandins to control inflammation.
i. Good for the heart: Black tea which is a constituent of masala tea is known for the strong anti-oxidant properties it contains. Apart from black tea, other spices like clove and elaichi helps in lowering amount of bad cholesterol and improves the amount of good cholesterol. Thereby, reducing the amount of plaque formation of arterial blocks. Tannins present in tea are also known to help regulate one’s heart rate and blood pressure by dilating the blood vessels.
ii. Relieves Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS): That time of the month and you need something natural to fight the symptoms of PMS, tea is your best friend. Ketepa Pride Masala tea not only has agents that can help calm your nerves and make you happier, but it also has muscle relaxing properties. Elaichi, clove and cinnamon all act as potent painkillers and can help deal with the pain of your periods.
iii. Helps in digestion: How is this possible? Well, according to Mickey Mehta, holistic guru, ‘Masala chai contains spices like clove, tulsi, ginger and elaichi. What makes it great for people is that tea on its own is highly acidic in nature but when you add ginger to it making it masala tea, it becomes a great digestive and in fact cuts out the acidic nature of the tea. So drink a cup of Ketepa Pride Masala tea, it will help rejuvenate you, beat fatigue and make you calm. Elaichi also helps in improve digestion by increasing the amount of saliva produced and peristalsis (the movement of food down the digestive tract).
iv. Helps in Weight Loss: An active and good metabolism is usually associated with improving digestive system and weight loss. ‘Ayurveda’ also confirms the ‘tea’ role as a heat generating food and speeding up metabolism.
v. Helps in Fatigue: What a wonderful experience of having a hot cup of ‘Ketepa Pride Masala tea’ after a long hard day’s work. ‘Tannins’ contained in this tea revitalizes the body. Moreover, ‘caffeine’ though present in small quantity, act as a CNS-stimulant to induce alertness. Combined action of both ‘tannins’ and ‘caffeine’ acts as the best way to drive away fatigue.
vi. Fights cold and flu: Masala tea is believed to help in strengthening the immune system and keep common infections at bay, masala tea is infused with the goodness of all the antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic properties of its constituent spices. Moreover the immunity boosting effects of clove, cinnamon, elaichi and ginger make masala tea a great way to keep coughs and colds at bay.