• News
  • Columns
  • Interviews
  • BW Communities
  • Events
  • BW TV
  • Subscribe to Print
  • Editorial Calendar 19-20
BW Businessworld

A Cup Of Tea For Every Mood

While some people drink tea to enjoy the flavour, many consume this beverage for the benefits to mood and health. Some of the key benefits are:

Photo Credit :


A cup of tea is always a good idea which helps to heal, energize, stimulate and uplift! Tea boosts your mood, improves your health, heals emotional wounds and dissolves cultural barriers. It’s like our very own magic potion but how to find the exact right blend for your current state of mind is important for upliftment of mood.

While some people drink tea to enjoy the flavour, many consume this beverage for the benefits to mood and health. Some of the key benefits are:

A cup of tea to Wake Up and Energize

Whenever the alarm rings in the morning, how do you feel? Motivated to start your day or desperate to take a few more minutes to sleep? Today’s market is full of products that are available but not all products help you to obtain a healthy boost. A tea like Green, Black and Yerba Mate really helps you to start your day with a lot of enthusiasm.

Green Tea, a best seller in today’s market is fully loaded antioxidants so that one can feel much better and energized without feeling nervous. 

Tea to Fall Asleep with Ease

Good sleep plays a very crucial role in your overall health and herbal tea is a perfect example when it comes to relax and unwind. For a perfect sleep, one can opt for Chamomile, lavender and valerian tea.

Tea to Support Immune Health

To maintain a healthy immune system in today’s environment is crucial for good health. Some of the popular teas for boosting the immune system are green, tulsi, echinacea and elderflower. All of these teas deliver a plenty of antioxidants that are designed to support several systems in your body, mainly the immune system. A healthy dose of antioxidants from the tea will always help you to maintain your health and wellbeing. 

Tea to Enhance Emotional Wellness

All we need is a soothing cup of tea when we want to take a break from our busy schedule. A basic cup of tea can solve the problem but why to settle for less when we have something exciting to drink to enhance our wellness. Saffron and turmeric herbal tea is the most promising range for the same.

Tea to Calm Your Digestive Environment

Whether you've eaten too much, too quickly or something new- all these can promote an unhealthy digestive system but to maintain a healthy metabolism, one can go for green tea or peppermint tea. Green tea contains EGCG (Epigallocatechin gallate), which is beneficial in speeding up the metabolism level and also helps burn additional calories. On the other hand, peppermint tea helps to stimulate bile, which promotes healthy bowel movement and digestion.

Tea to Manage Nerves and Stress

With so many problems related to work, family and personal obligations, managing nerves and stress is essential to living a happy and healthy life. Fortunately, there’s a tea for that also.

For managing nerves, try valerian, ashwagandha or passionflower tea, which causes your brain activity to calm down so you don’t focus on everything that’s making you nervous.

To de-stress, one of these beneficial teas is a must try: lavender, valerian, ashwagandha, passionflower, ginseng, lemon balm or peppermint. All these flavours help to reduce stress to a great extent so that one can perform mentally well.

Tea to Detoxify Naturally

No matter what health issue you are looking to maintain, tea is a natural option for everyone. Whether you need tea to enjoy the weather, for enhancement of mood or various health benefits, there’s always a cup of tea waiting to assist. If you are not yet a fan of drinking tea, you can consider various teas to develop the flavour while enjoying the benefits as well.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in the article above are those of the authors' and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of this publishing house. Unless otherwise noted, the author is writing in his/her personal capacity. They are not intended and should not be thought to represent official ideas, attitudes, or policies of any agency or institution.

Tags assigned to this article:
tea production

Razi Khan

The author is Tea Sommelier and Director, Sales & Marketing, Apeejay Tea

More From The Author >>