Chai by Delhitea
Do you feel like a stimulating drink? | Do you need to top up your energy? | Have you eaten too much and your digestion is rather sluggish?
There is a drink that offers these and many other health benefits, which is easy to prepare and has a delicious flavour.
Chai tea is a green or black tea which is prepared by aromatising it with spices such as cinnamon, clove, ginger, cardamom, nutmeg or vanilla.
What is Ganoderma?
Ganoderma lucidum is the scientific name of the most powerful fungus species in the world. Its nutritional power is far superior to any other fungus, plant or medicinal herb.
With more than 150 antioxidants and phytonutrients, it is one of the most perfect products found in nature.
Pack of Chai:
2 tins of Chai: 1 of green chai and 1 of black chai with ganoderma
- Gift of a poster
- Tin of green chai
- Tin of black chai with ganoderma
Our chai can be drunk cold like a slushy, frappé or hot.
Place a portion of chai in 100 ml of hot water or milk and stir until it dissolves.
Place 100 ml of water or milk and 2 portions of chai in a blender, blend and then add 200 gr of ice and blend again.
Place 175 ml of water or milk, 2 portions of chai and 3 ice cubes (preferably crushed) in a blender and blend for 45 seconds.
The 5 benefits of chai
- It increases vitality
Spices are a natural, healthy stimulant which produce a slow, stable release of energy. Many chai recipes also include black tea, which adds a good amount of caffeine to the drink. This is beneficial to start the day off and also to keep you active throughout the day.
- It prevents colds
The antioxidants in tea and the spices improve your immunity response. Ginger is also effective in alleviating symptoms if you already have a cold, as it reduces the temperature and helps to expel mucus.
- It stimulates the metabolism
Some spices such as cinnamon and cardamom activate the metabolism and regular consumption stimulates the pancreatic enzymes, improving the metabolism of fats. Chai is a satiating drink, which contributes to regulating your appetite between hours.
- It takes care of your cardiovascular health
The spices in the chai combined with the tea are a good source of polyphenols, that regulate the levels of blood fats and prevent them adhering to the arteries.
- Reduces abdominal bloating
Chai mixtures boost the activity of the stomach and of digestion in general.
Choose your reason for trying chai and its delicious flavour will win you over. It is a drink that will keep you warm in winter, but you could also try it iced, as a refreshing option to enjoy its healthy, natural energy all year round.