Do you count the mugs of tea you drink while at work?
Well, some eminent studies have found out that, a person can consume Chai endlessly during their work hours. Strange isn’t it? It is said that a cup of tea can refresh you immensely as it is the most tranquil hot beverage. This infusion revives and re-hydrates our body tremendously and is the most important ‘Pick-up’ drink. The ravishing benefits of tea throws light on improving the overall health of the employees and it affects on the performance of the workers.
Scroll down to read about some astonishing wellness benefits that Chai offers –
- Even superheroes need a cup of CHAI to stay healthy:
Various studies have shown that even a small cup of tea is a very effective to tune up the immune cells, which makes you healthier and happier. Tea has been recommended by Ayurveda, to make your resistance stronger; thanks to its effective medicinal properties.
So the moral here is, even a cup of tea can make you heroic!
- Universal key to happiness:
Tea lovers did you know that any o’clock Chai, changes the acidic levels in your mouth?
Yes, on a serious note it does! Along with this, it also aids in preventing cavities. Different Japanese analysts scrutinized that, tea is the best medicine to diminish tooth loss.
So what are you waiting for? Go grab a BIG cup of tea now…..
- Become sharp-witted:
A cup of tea with some ginger leads to endless benefits to function the brain speedily and cognitively. This creates an impact on the performance of your work.
So hey, we now know what you’re exactly thinking of!
- Wakey Wakey with some massive energy:
Are you looking forward to start your day with great liveliness and spirit?
Tea is the second most widely consumed drink in the world after water. To get an active morning feel, 90% of us prefer Chai with a lot of different flavonoids in it. A sip of it will turn your blue a.m. to the best one.
So, do you want some?
“If you are cold, tea will warm you; if you are too heated, it will cool you; if you are depressed, it will cheer you; if you are excited, it will calm you.”
-William Ewart Gladstone