Masala chai tea is tea with a mixture of aromatic herbs and spices, usually cardamom, black pepper and ginger. It has its origins in South Asia, particularly in the Indian subcontinent and was popularised by the British around the world. It has a flavour that is medicinal but invigorating.
Features and details:
Its aroma and flavour are unique and stimulate the senses. The blend of spices offers the perfect balance between taste, smell and health. It is also easy and efficient to make.
Provides pain relief
The spices in masala tea like ginger and clove have anti-inflammatory properties which relieve pain by increased circulation of oxygen-rich blood to pain affected areas. This eases the symptoms.
Masala chai has antifungal and antibacterial properties which help prevent cold. Masala chai reduces nasal congestions and eases the symptoms of cold, like headache and running nose.
Reduces blood pressure and bloating
Masala tea has dilating effects on blood thereby regulating blood pressure. It also prevents excess air or water from being passed to the stomach reducing bloating and helping in weight loss.
How to prepare?
Masala chai tea is simple to make. Heat milk or water to a pan and bring it to a boil. Transfer it to a glass of water and dip the tea packet for instant, delicious Masala Chai Tea. Add sweeteners to taste.