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Cranberry Tea - Why is it Healthy?

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Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova
Cranberry Tea - Why is it Healthy?

The sour berry that grows in forests and around swampy areas is called cranberry. It contains a significant amount of vitamins, citric acid, as well as glucose and fructose. Cranberries can be eaten plain, sprinkled liberally with sugar, or included in medicinal teas.

Cranberries are simply an amazing berry, which is why cranberry tea is good for improving the body's defenses and boosting immunity. Cranberry tea can not only warm you up quickly in winter and help you recover faster, but it is also effective in the heat - perfectly cooling and refreshing.

The benefits of cranberries

cranberry is an unique product with a good chemical composition: citric, oxalic and succinic acids, pectin. The berry is rich in vitamin C, as well as B vitamins (riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, folacin), K, E, PP, A, macro- and microelements: calcium, iron, sodium, phosphorus, selenium and others. This composition of cranberries can be used to combat a wide range of diseases:

Infectious diseases of the genitourinary system;

Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties;

Improving the condition of the oral cavity - protection from caries to gingivitis;

Strengthening of blood vessels;

For an energizing effect - in this case, the tea is prepared from cranberries, honey and rosehips;

Skin rejuvenation, prevention of early wrinkles;

Acceleration of food absorption, treatment of conditions accompanied by bloating;

Cranberries are very healthy

Cranberry tea is good for a cold. The sour drink promotes improved sweating and helps fight fever.

Cranberry tea contraindications

Cranberries contain a lot of acids, the berry has a specific taste, so it should be carefully consumed by people suffering from the following diseases:

- reflux esophagitis;

- gastritis and diseases accompanied by heartburn;

- inflammation of the mucous membrane of the throat, in this case cranberries can cause irritation, pain;

- allergic reactions to red vegetables and fruit.

You should be careful with giving cranberry tea to children who are not yet 3 years old.

Cranberry and Ginger Tea Recipe

In addition to the obvious benefits of increasing immunity, this tea gives a wonderful and harmonious feeling. It is refreshing and invigorating!


What you need:

Ginger root - 1 cm

2 tbsp. tea (black or green)

2 tbsp. cranberries

Cinnamon stick


How to prepare it:

1. From the washed cranberries, make a puree (you can use a blender or simply crush the fruit with a spoon).

2. Pour boiling water over them and add ginger and cinnamon.

3. Cover them and wait about 5 minutes.

That's it! The most healthy cranberry tea for immunity is ready! Now you can pour it into glasses and add as much honey as you like. Enjoy the irresistible aroma and priceless effect of this aromatic tea.