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The Absolute Best Teas For Autumn and Winter

Nothing beats the feeling of wrapping your hands around a warm mug during the cold autumn and winter season. There’s just something so calming and nostalgic about it. To help you prep for the upcoming season, we’ve listed four of our favorite immunity-boosting teas below.


It’s no secret that a warm cup of chai perfectly compliments a day of snuggling up under the covers while reading your favorite book. This tea has many other health benefits, too, thanks to the herbs and spices it uses. These health benefits include improving digestion, enhancing the immune system, and fighting inflammation. Chai teas are also known for their high antioxidant properties. In a nutshell, it’s the perfect tea for those long winter days.


Say hello to your new best friend this autumn/winter season. While ginger tea has not been scientifically proven to benefit colds, this herbal tea has been brewed for many years to help with colds and the flu virus. The warm ginger tea helps break up congestion in the throat. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and can aid in digestion to help and an upset stomach. Want to give this herbal remedy an extra boost? Add a touch of honey to your warm cup of tea to soothe a sore throat and promote better breathing.


You may be wondering, “What the heck is soup tea?”

Soup tea, also known as broth tea, is made by steeping vegetables, herbs spices and green tea. Many companies have begun selling this savory tea blend in tea bags. Considering the fact that both tea and soup are some of the most highly consumed items during a cold or flu, why not blend them together?!

We already know green tea offers a plethora of amazing health benefits. Adding a full broth to the bag is an extra bonus. Broth is very hydrating and offers electrolytes in the form of sodium. This beverage is also found to be very comforting if an illness leaves you with a fever and chills.


Think cough drop, yet in liquid form. This herbal tea is made by steeping mint leaves in boiling water and can help you breathe better by aiding in congestion. Peppermint is also known to decrease pain and body aches, which we can all agree are not a fun experience while sick.

Another wonderful benefit of peppermint tea is its ability to help soothe flu symptoms including nausea, vomiting, and motion sickness. It can also be a natural remedy for annoying headaches and migraines.

Besides all of the great health benefits associated with the four teas listed above, enjoying a warm cup of tea can simply be soothing on a cold fall or winter day. There’s no need to fear the chilly weather this year! You have tea on your side.

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