Add these 5 ingredients to boost your monsoon chai

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What could be better than watching rain fall outside your window while holding a cup of scalding hot chai? Cough, cold, and flu symptoms have arrived with the monsoon season.

The best way to prevent seasonal illnesses is to make some adjustments to your regular cup of chai that will improve its flavour while also boosting your immunity. A sore throat, a cold, or a cough can be relieved by mixing the ingredients indicated below into your tea.

Ginger

Indians and adrak chai are related; in fact, ginger is frequently added to chai throughout the year. Ginger should be added to basic tea if you desire it, at least during the monsoon season. Your immunity will improve, you’ll avoid colds and coughs, and even your blood sugar levels will go down. Ginger can be grated, crushed, or sliced into small bits before being added to tea. Allow the ginger to release all of its juices into the water by boiling it for 5–6 minutes.

Tulsi

Tulsi, also referred to as holy basil, is a crucial component of Indian tea recipes. Tulsi and chai together provide a beverage that is soul-satisfying. Tulsi strengthens the immune system, lowers stress, dissolves kidney stones, and eases the symptoms of colds and coughs. Each cup of tea simply needs 4-5 tulsi leaves to do its magic.

Cinnamon

Outside of India, cinnamon is frequently used in tea preparations due to its strong antioxidant content. Cinnamon is ideally suited for the monsoon and winter seasons because it is naturally warming and keeps the body warm. Because of this, cinnamon is frequently utilised in holiday cooking. When the tea is boiling, add an inch of the cinnamon stick to give it a spicy flavour and unusual perfume.

Green cardamom

Green cardamom, sometimes referred to as elaichi, is the spice that is most frequently used in chai. Before being included into the tea, this spice is crushed in a mortar and pestle. This boosts the advantages and even enhances the aroma of the chai. Elaichi can help you lose weight and combat inflammation while boosting your immune system and reducing your risk of heart attack.

Anise star

You should try star anise if you enjoy a spicy cup of tea. This distinctive Indian spice has many health benefits, including the treatment of respiratory conditions, enhancing digestion, and lowering fungal infections. It also has a lovely appearance. You can make a Kadak Masala Chai with all of these ingredients because it gives the tea a strong liquorice flavour and combines well with ginger, tulsi, green cardamom, cinnamon, and other spices.


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