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In some countries making tea and taking tea is a time for celebration of life and meeting friends and relatives. For most Americans, tea is just a tea and nothing more than that.

So we decided to do this article introducing you to a variety of top 25 teas enjoyed in many countries. Some of these teas are taken more by females as it may boost the female metabolism and some are taken by both males and females for its nourishing properties.

Many people take it regularly because for generations it has been taken for losing weight or reducing belly weight or just to get more energy.

Are you ready to boost your metabolism naturally by taking the right type of tea?

In this article, we will introduce you to these 25 best teas from all over the world and in the coming days we will share more in detail about these teas individually.

  1. Green Tea
  2. Oolong Tea
  3. White Tea
  4. Mint Tea
  5. Rooibos Tea
  6. Lemon Tea
  7. Black Tea
  8. Valerian Tea
  9. Yerba Mate Tea
  10. Pu-erh Tea
  11. Ashwagandha Tea
  12. Bilberry Tea
  13. Red Tea
  14. Chamomile and Lavender Tea
  15. Ginger Tea
  16. Goji Tea
  17. Barberry Tea
  18. Kava Kava Tea
  19. Fennel Tea
  20. Kola Nut Tea
  21. Hops Tea
  22. Hibiscus Tea
  23. Matcha Tea
  24. Dandelion Tea
  25. Peppermint Tea

Now it’s time to talk about few introductory words about these teas.

1. Green Tea

Some diehard fans says that it unlocks fat cells. Some say that it is good for health and some love to take it because of the antioxidants benefits. We are not claiming anything and we want to share our team love to take green tea regularly because we make it awesome by adding honey and mint.

Whatever is your reason to take green tea, take it because it contains catechins compounds which help liver turn fat into energy.

2. Oolong Tea

Chinese name for the Oolong tea is black dragon. Like green tea, this is also loaded with catechins. It also contains polymerized polyphenols which are known for slowing down the body to absorb fat.

3. White Tea

In some cultures, it is used in lotions for blocking sun stress due to it’s sun blocking properties. Like green and oolong tea, it also helps in converting the fat into energy.

4. Mint Tea

In some cultures people take it throughout the day as it may help in suppressing the appetite. It is very soothing and you can make it tasty by adding honey.

5. Rooibos Tea

This is a popular tea in South Africa as it comes from the Cederberg region near Cape Town. This tea is believed to be good for your belly fat as it contains a unique flavonoid compound called Aspalathin which may help reduce stress hormone and converts fat into energy.

6. Lemon Tea

This is a good tea for those who have the problem of bloating as it may help reduce bloating due to a compound called d-limonene, which is found in the citrus rind oil. We will share in another article if there are any scientific and research papers available for this or not.

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Bonus - Learn all about the Afghanistan tea recipe, discovered by an ex-Marine being used by many females over 40 years to boost up their metabolism.

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7. Black Tea

Even though there is more research available for the black tea in terms how it may help with losing weight, we will share all of that information in a later article. This tea contains polyphenols compound which is responsible for reducing the fat absorption.

8. Valerian Tea

Valerian is a herb that is naturally sedative and that's why some people love to take it in the evening for better sleep.

9. Yerba Mate Tea

This is a South American tea as it comes from the Yerba Mate plant. This is the caffeine-containing tea which helps in promoting weight loss.

10. Pu-erh Tea

This is a fermented black Chinese tea and it contains gallic acid which may help in inhibit the body's absorption of fat.

11. Ashwagandha Tea

Ashwagandha tea is taken by those who want to reduce their stress naturally. When it comes to weight loss, stress is your biggest enemy so you need to control that.

12. Bilberry Tea

This is a non-caffeinated tea and it tastes sweet naturally. It is taken by many people in the evening as it helps in reducing the stress.

13. Red Tea

Some call the same Rooibos tea as red tea and not all rooibos teas are red teas. Red tea in China is known as black tea in the West. It is also known as Hong Cha. Red teas are known for their bold flavors which may be earthy, woodsy, sweet, floral, fruity and chocolatey.

14. Chamomile and Lavender Tea

Chamomile and Lavender tea is taken by those who want to reduce their daily stress naturally and this also helps in sleeping well.

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Bonus - Learn all about the Afghanistan tea recipe, discovered by an ex-Marine being used by many females over 40 years to boost up their metabolism.

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15. Ginger Tea

Ginger is used widely in the Asian countries and it is known as one of the healthiest spices. It is traditionally used to manage bloating.

16. Goji Tea

Goji comes from Lycium Barbarum and in some Asian countries it is used as a traditional therapy for managing weight or obesity.

17. Barberry Tea

Barberry tea contains berberine, a naturally occurring chemical known for managing fat naturally.

18. Kava Kava Tea

Kava kava tea is popular among those who need some help in sleeping better. It also helps in managing the stress.

19. Fennel Tea

Fennel tea is taken by those who want to boost up their digestion system as fennel is known for its gastrointestinal health properties.

20. Kola Nut Tea

Kola nut tea contains more caffeine than the normal coffee and that's why it kicks up the metabolism faster.

21. Hops Tea

Hops tea is known for soothing the nervous system and that's why it is used for calming the nerves.

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Bonus - Learn all about the Afghanistan tea recipe, discovered by an ex-Marine being used by many females over 40 years to boost up their metabolism.

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22. Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus tea is known for managing the bloating naturally.

23. Matcha Tea

Matcha tea is derived from the Japanese tencha leaf and taken by weight loss enthusiasts due to its higher content of EGCG.

24. Dandelion Tea

Many Nutritionists recommend taking dandelion for losing weight so this is a good choice for those who want to support their other regular weight loss programs.

25. Peppermint Tea

Peppermint is a natural appetite suppressant. Many people use it in the evening as it may help in better sleep.

There could be many other type of teas available and we are not covering it here because our focus has been including those ones which may help in losing weight or boosting the metabolism. Over the time we will keep sharing more about these teas and their health benefits.

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