Cardamom Tea

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Brewing instructions

Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes

Brewing instructions
Description

This is the best Cardamom Tea around. It is a type of Herbal Tea from Kerala, India, one that has been a staple of local diets for millennia. Now, you can enjoy it, too, all the while indulging in its fragrant flavour and health benefits.

Perhaps best of all is that we pack it fresh to order, thereby ensuring quality and consistency with every cuppa brewed. Be sure to buy it and try it today.

What is Cardamom Tea?

Cardamom comes from the seeds of several plants in the Elettaria and Amomum genera. It belongs to the ginger family, Zingiberaceae. Historians consider it one of the oldest known spices, and it remains a popular ingredient in a plethora of culinary dishes.

Traditional Chai Tea, a Black Tea blend originating from India, famously contains Cardamom alongside Cinnamon, Pepper and Cloves.

The Indian holistic healing practice of Ayurveda likewise utilises it. The belief is that it is a “tridoshic,” which balances the three “doshas” in the body, thus contributing to mental, physical and spiritual harmony.

During the 19th century, the British Raj set up large-scale Cardamom plantations for its cultivation. Since the country’s independence, little has changed.

What Does Cardamom Tea Taste Like?

But you probably want to know, “What does Cardamom Tea taste like?” It is all fair and well including it in a curry. However, brewing it as a standalone spice is equally pleasing to the palate. You can expect a distinctly bold and slightly sweet flavour with every sip.

Intense from start to finish, those who like their Tea “hearty” will find plenty to love. Yet a question remains: Will it boost your energy levels?

Cardamom Tea Caffeine Content

The idea of Cardamom Tea caffeine is a myth. Almost all types of Herbal Tea are 100% void of this stimulating chemical compound. The infusion you’ve chosen here is no exception, making it an excellent choice if you’re looking to cut down your intake.

Anyone who needs help getting out of bed in the morning, in other words, would be better off choosing so-called “real” Tea such as China Black Tea.

Cardamom Tea Calories

This Herbal Tea has more calories than Green Tea, say, or Peppermint Tea - though not much more. The estimate is that around 18 calories exist in your cup. Most people would agree that, despite other types having fewer calories, Cardamom Tea is nevertheless a healthy option.

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How to Make Cardamom Tea

1, Add Loose Tea to an Infuser or Filter.

2, Place the Tea-filled accessory in a cup or mug.

3, Put the kettle on and, once boiled to 100°C, pour it over Tea.

4, Allow it to steep for 5-10 minutes.

How to Serve: Consider honey or lemon. Alternatively, serve without additions.

Tasting Notes: Embrace a lively, bold and unmistakably spicy flavour with a smooth finish.

Cardamom Tea Benefits and Side Effects

Is Cardamom Tea good for your health and wellbeing? You can count on it. In one study, scientists gave three grams of it daily to 20 adults with high blood pressure. The conclusion was that their blood pressure levels decreased considerably after 12 weeks.

Another study found that rats given Cardamom extract experienced a 50% reduction in gastric ulcers. And that’s only the beginning.

Cardamom Tea Benefits for Skin

Cardamom Tea health benefits also extend to your skin. The reason is twofold: It has potent antibacterial properties that prevent breakouts while acting as a purifier, clearing out blemishes.

Then there are its anti-inflammatory properties, which in turn derive from its antioxidants. Research indicates that these antioxidants protect skin cells from damage and, of course, stop inflammation from occurring.

Cardamom Tea Benefits Weight Loss

Is Cardamom Tea good for weight loss as well? Absolutely. One study involving 80 overweight and obese prediabetic women noted correlations between its consumption and slightly reduced waist circumstances.

This could be because it boosts the metabolism of fat cells, enabling the body to burn fat quicker and more efficiently. It isn’t going to do all of the work for you, but it can, at least, help.

Cardamom Tea Pregnancy

When it comes to drinking Cardamom Tea during pregnancy, things get a little complicated. On the one hand, its absence of caffeine is a positive, similar to its potential ability to relieve nausea and morning sickness. On the other hand, few studies exist advocating it outright while expecting.

We therefore urge you to speak to a medical expert before consumption. It is always best to err on the side of caution.

Additional info
  • Type
    Type
    Herbal Tea
  • Health Points
    Health Points
    Weight Loss
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
    Decaff (none)
  • Options
    Options
    Loose Tea
  • Time of Day
    Time of Day
    Afternoon
  • Country
    Country
    India
Ingredients
  • Cardamom
    Cardamom

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