How to make a chia tea using traditional indian spices.

Common Benefits of Chai Tea

Fight Free Radicals.

Promote Digestion. 

Replace Caffeine.

Improve Overall Health.

Cloves – Cloves may be a potent cure for fungal infections. Used regularly, cloves may also help prevent fungal illnesses. In addition to drinking clove chai tea, you can also apply this tea to fight fungal infections on your skin.

Ginger

Long valued as a stimulant for the circulatory and the immune systems, ginger has been used to treat such disparate conditions as impotence and motion sickness.

Fennel

An important medicinal plant in the royal herb gardens of medieval France and Germany, fennel is still widely used to treat both kidney and ocular problems, as well as laryngitis.

Pepper corns – Black pepper helps to relieve upper respiratory symptoms and chest congestion, improves circulation and metabolism, and can help “sweat out” a fever.

Cardamon – helps with sugar cravings and said to benefit the lungs, kidneys, cardamom is a great aid to digestion helping to improve your metabolism and reduce gas and bad breath.

Cinnamon – Cinnamon is thought to increase circulation and open breathing, increase awareness and vitality, and reduce fatigue. Cinnamon is also thought to help lower blood sugar and cholesterol and may help fight colon cancer.

Chinese Star Anise

Traditional Asian herbalists credit star anise with a variety of properties. It’s used frequently as a cough remedy and to freshen the breath.

Bay leaf – Rich source of vitamins and digestive

Turmeric – anti inflammatory spice

Cayenne – circulation, heating and heart herb