Welcome to the latest issue of The Right Tea Newsletter!
Happy New Year! Although we are already half-way into January there is still plenty of time to make resolutions and to start following up on them.
There is a good chance that you have one of the following resolutions on your own list for 2020: read more books, learn a new language, or prepare for an exam or certification.
What do all these resolutions have in common? They require a strong will and a lot of mental work. With all we already have to do on a daily basis, how can we put even more stress on our brains?
The following herbal teas may help you out with you wish to accomplish next year.
Every beginning of the year we love to challenge ourselves in the hopes that this will be the year that we will achieve great things.
Sure, you can resort to caffeinated beverages like tea and coffee, but there are herbal infusions that are said to help boost brain function and stimulate your memory to perform better without keeping you up at night.
Let’s take a look at 7 great herbal teas for brain function:
Remember that it is important to stay hydrated when you are studying, so choose a beverage like one of these herbal teas that will also help boost your mental activity.
Additionally, it may be helpful to take a look at these calming teas so that to help you cope better with stress so that you get the sleep you need every night:
Now it’s up to you! Start today making your to do list and let this be the year you achieve your dreams. Keep your tea kettle ready and your favorite mug and infuser clean and at hand for whenever you need a nice cup of tea.
Reach your goals with a help of your favorite tea!
Basil tea is an infusion made from a famous seasoning herb. Commonly used in Italian cuisine, basil leaves may also be used to make tea.
Best known for benefiting the digestive tract, this aromatic infusion may be helpful in many ways.
Find out more about this herbal tea:
More articles about tea are coming, so keep on the lookout for the next issue of our newsletter. While you wait, look around our website and learn more about tea and its health benefits.
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