Hibiscus Tea is a time-honored, therapeutically rich cure for a range of health conditions. And, it isn’t something we’re saying out of an unfounded, self-elevating idea of this herbal brew, but medical researches, which has established the significant benefits of Hibiscus Tea. Historically, Hibiscus Tea was used to treat sore throat, heart diseases, and lower body temperature in African countries. However, studies have also looked into its potential to treat high cholesterol and blood pressure problems. We’ve hyperlinked a few of them further in this blog.
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With the world plunging down into the abyss of an unhealthy lifestyle, it is not hard to sense the dire need of some lifestyle changes that need to be adhered to religiously. As per a recent online survey, a major healthcare concern of most countries is lifestyle diseases like obesity, cardiovascular problems and many more, eating away most of the funds allocated to the particular sector. The sedentary life of the common man here is to be blamed. A human body isn’t made to sit for long hours at a stretch under the harmful effects of laptop and unhealthy options....
A lot of people have switched to organic green tea for its enormous health benefits. There is no doubt that it contains a higher proportion of antioxidants and nutrients than regular conventional green teas. We have compiled a list of major advantages of choosing organic green tea over conventional green tea.
The famous Black rice of Manipur is unique and offers multiple benefits. This glutinous rice variety is called Chakhao Amubi.
The Chakhao Amubi is one type of sticky black rice that is indigenous to Manipur. ‘Chakho’ means delicious while ‘Ambui’ means black. In Manipur, it is generally served in special occasions and festive events. After cooking, the black hue turns purple and it has a slightly nutty flavor. It is used to make porridge, kheer, Chinese black cake and many other dishes.