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Tea, the most consumed beverage globally, has different varieties. All types are not healthy. However, different herbs and other ingredients in tea offer health benefits. Sipping particular tea brands has many benefits for brain health, according to Vie Healing founder, an acupuncturist, and herbalist Mona Dan, and neuroscientist Julia Jones Ph.D. Read on to find their recommendation on teas that can improve brain health and lifestyle.

 

Blk & Bold Matcha

 

Dr. Jones and Dan agree that green tea has many supporting benefits, and they have backing from numerous scientific studies. Dan says, “green tea has antioxidants and powerful polyphenols that support cognitive functioning.” Green tea explicitly contains a type of polyphenol and antioxidant associated with brain health called catechins. Many scientific studies conclude that drinking green tea also improves mood. Green tea and matcha(a type of green tea) have 1-theanine that has a connection with mood elevation, so drinking one of them will benefit the brain.

 

Blk & Bold Peach Black Tea

 

According to Dr. Jones, black tea also has a combination of caffeine and l-theanine that contributes to brain-boosting. She describes the contents as the reason she loves to sip black tea as much as green tea. According to Dr. Jones, Black tea is rich in antioxidants, giving it another reason for being a good beverage for the brain.

 

Elements Lion′s Mane Tea

 

Lion′s is an adaptogenic mushroom. A recent study on lion’s mane tea showed it could suppress inflammation and toxicity in neurons within the main memory region of the brain. It fits into the type of teas that can improve brain health because of the potential to improve brain function and enhance memory making a substance of interest in dementia management. Lion’s mane tea also has short-term benefits of increasing concentration and combating fog.

 

Sparoza Rosemary, Sage, and Lemon Balm Tea

 

Rosemary, sage, and lemon balm tea link these three herbs’ benefits to promote long-term brain health. Lemon balm has a flavor that combines well with rosemary and sage to create a spicy tea with a hint of sourness from the lemon balm. Lemon balm has been a study subject for cognitive functioning in Alzheimer patients showing that even scientists recognize it has elements to improve brain health. Rosemary has carnosic acid that supports brain function, especially long-term memory. Sage is excellent in supporting cognitive and neurological functions.

 

SanRan Pu′er Tea

 

Pu′er is a fermented tea that originated in China, where it is a staple. It has neuroprotective properties that research found it causes much improvement in cognitive functioning and regulating the central nervous system. Mona Dan adds fermentation makes it great for the guts.

 

A habit of brewing teas that can improve brain health gives the mind time to break from a cognitive load that grapples with during hectic activities in the day.