Tea: Cupful of Comfort


A warm cup of tea between your fingers is the best feeling you can ever have on a winter day. Isn’t it? The sweet aroma of tea reaches your nose and makes you forget all your problems by soothing your soul. Tea is the start button of the day just as the fuel needed to run a vehicle. Even the most worried person can find eternal peace after sipping tea.The practice of consuming tea is believed to have originated in China. By the 8th century, it was introduced to Japan and became an important part of culture. The ritual of preparing and drinking tea is still practiced widely over the globe. From traditional ceremonies to casual afternoon tea rituals, the world’s love for tea remains deeply rooted in its diverse history.

Tea is the goodness of the world poured into a cup. There are several flavors of tea in which a crazy tea lover can find pleasure in. Some of the most common varieties include black tea, green tea, white tea, oolong tea, and herbal tea. Tea not only delights the taste buds but also offers plenty of health benefits. One such advantage is its ability to boost the immune system owing to its rich content of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Including immune-boosting spices like ginger, cinnamon, and cardamom further enhances its protective effects against various diseases. Additionally, it contributes to promoting digestive health by aiding in digestion and reducing bloating. Moreover, the black tea component, containing caffeine, not only aids in improving focus and mental alertness but supports heart health. Overall, drinking tea is an energy boost by clearing the haze of laziness in oneself.Tea is not just a beverage choice; it’s a reflection of our collective love for tradition, exploration, and the simple joy found in a comforting cup of tea. It’s a common problem observed among tea lovers that they cannot refuse a cup of tea even when their tummies are full. Even if you had one a few minutes ago, you won’t be able to refuse a cup of chai coming your way. Your answer will always remain yes. Then why consider it a problem, why not a blessing?

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Rtr. Sumaiya Sadeek
(Junior Blog Team Member 2023-24)

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