Is Tea Good for You? 18 Types of Tea + Their Benefits

Updated: Feb 28, 2018

Is tea good for you?

Is tea good for you? This is the question I’ve been asked and ask myself on a regular basis. Not only that, but what benefits to you get from different types of tea? I’ve gathered a huge list (18 total) of different types of tea and listed out the benefits of tea for each. Thank you! If you have any questions, comment below. So again, you ask – is tea good for you? See below for your answer.

Different Types of Tea + Benefits of Tea

Matcha Tea Benefits – High in antioxidants. Contains catechin (EGCg) which has high cancer fighting properties. Increase energy levels and boosts metabolism to help burn calories. Boosts the immune system and detoxifies the body. Great for helping with memory or concentration.

Peppermint Tea Benefits – Helps concentration, relieve stress and helps you sleep. Might help you lose weight as it’s a natural appetite suppressant. Can help with bloating, gas or constipation. Also great as a natural decongestant providing sinus relief. Can help with acne also.

Kava Tea Benefits – Used for anxiety and insomnia. Has been shown to help calm hyperactive children as well. Helps improve concentration. Some also use it for pains such as back ache.

Chamomile Tea Benefits – Helps calm and relax the body and mind. Also can help with sleep. Has been shown to help with calming muscle spasms. Good for helping with stomach ache.

Echinacea Tea Benefits – Boosts immune system, helps fight colds and cuts the chance of catching one in the first place. Helps fight cancer! Can help with mental health: ADD/ADHD, anxiety, social phobias and depression. Relieves upper respiratory issues and fights infections.

Lemon Tea Benefits – Helps with digestion and digestive issues. Great for boosting immunity and helping soothe cold and flu symptoms. Great for the skin and cardiovascular health.

Dandelion Tea Benefits – Great for detoxing liver, high in antioxidants, helps fight diabetes and urinary tract infections. High in vitamin K (bone and heart health) and vitamin A (vision, respiratory and skin health).

Nettle Tea Benefits – Great for detoxing and boosts immunity. Great for expectant mothers as it helps with lactation. It can also strengthen the fetus in the womb. Great for menstrual cramps or bloating. Excellent for gastrointestinal problems. Many, many more benefits.

Fennel Tea Benefits – This tea is great for digestive issues: heartburn, gas and irritable bowel syndrome to name a few. It can help with weight loss as it regulates your appetite and boosts metabolism. Has immune boosting powers, too.

Ginger Tea Benefits – Relieves nausea and motion sickness symptoms. Helps with digestion. Strengthens immunity and has a calming effect which helps reduce stress. Can help relieve congestion and other respiratory problems.

Lavender Tea Benefits – Lavender tea relaxes and calms the mind which helps with stress, anxiety or insomnia. Eases stomach discomfort and helps with headaches or migraines.

Ginseng Tea Benefits – Has a relaxing and soothing effect on the body to help with insomnia, anxiety and stress. Boosts the immune system and helps with digestion.

Senna Leaf Tea Benefits – Helps with constipation. Also has anti-inflammatory properties.

Clove Tea Benefits – Helps with constipation and improves digestion. Aids in reducing fevers and boosting immunity levels. Helps with treating sinus infections. Provides relief from toothaches or gum pain.

Rooibos Tea Benefits – Relieves stress, anxiety, nervousness and high blood pressure. Great for diabetes treatment and cardiovascular health. Helps stomach cramps and pains and reduces risk of diarrhea and other intestinal issues.

Black Tea Benefits – Contains antioxidants and helps with stress. Contains fluoride so may help with tooth decay.

Green Tea Benefits – Contains antioxidants, slows growth of certain cancers, helps with weight loss, reduces risk of death from cardiovascular disease and reduces inflammation.

White Tea Benefits – Helps fight growth of bacteria on teeth (recently white tea extract been added to some toothpastes for this very reason!). Also a great antioxidant.

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