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Aromatic fragrance with a beneficial effect: tea is a must in autumn and winter. The hot drink not only tastes intense, but – with the right ingredients – also has a positive effect on mind and health. These are the right varieties for autumn.

strengthen your immune system

An activated immune system can help prevent infections. Ginger, for example, has a stimulating effect thanks to its antioxidants and supports the immune system. Its lemony and pungent taste may take some getting used to, but it also warms the body. Fresh ginger not only harmonizes with elderflower in terms of taste. In combination, both ingredients relieve fever and pain and also loosen mucus from the bronchi and sinuses.

recharge energy

The change in weather and the constantly damp and cool water make the energy disappear. Green teas such as Gunpowder and Sencha can help here. Their tannins ensure that the effect lasts longer than, for example, coffee.

Not to be despised, however, is the classic tea variety: black tea. For some stomachs, it is a lot easier to digest than coffee.

Don’t forget vitamins

A hot lemon can work wonders in autumn. This does not mean the conventional powder from the drugstore, but the juice of a fresh lemon mixed with hot water. In combination with orange and a few apple slices, the mixture not only tastes delicious, but also provides plenty of vitamin C. This stimulates the metabolism and protects the cells from free radicals. In addition, vitamin C is important for the development of connective tissue and for wound healing.

Fight the sore throat

If you have a sore throat, it is important to keep the throat area moist. Herbal teas made from sage, thyme, chamomile or ribwort can alleviate the symptoms. Sage, for example, has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, as does thyme. Chamomile soothes irritated mucous membranes and ribwort spreads like a protective layer in the throat area and is particularly helpful with dry coughs.

Another tip: If you have an acute dry cough, add a teaspoon of honey, which has an antibacterial effect and gives the drink a pleasant sweetness. Let the tea cool down a bit beforehand. If it is too hot, the honey’s ingredients are lost.

Good for the stomach

Stomach cramps and nausea can be associated with the autumn flu epidemic. If you’ve had enough of chamomile tea, you should opt for fennel, anise and caraway seeds instead. The former supports digestion and has an antispasmodic effect. Anise relieves gas and bloating and caraway seeds stimulate the flow of bile and the appetite.


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