Teen Paan Tea – Your Favourite Paan Now in A Teacup

Teen Paan tea

People often misunderstand paan for Pan masala. The latter is mostly responsible for the red tint artistic hues across Indian railways. That is why, there is a misconception of paan. However, science has a different picture for paan (Not masala) leaves. Research studies laud paan for a range of benefits. No wonder, it finds a place in the universe of teas. How? You’ll discover soon. Say hello to Teen Paan tea!

Paan leaves have been long used across our country since ages. We often see the oldsters comfortably chewing paan along with Areca nut and some chuna (Calcium Hydroxide). Traditionally, people used paan for recreational purpose, as an aid for digestion, and to supply calcium to the body. They used a daily dose of this traditional pan mix for several other medical benefits as well.

But the current generation is not into chewing paan, compared to the previous generation. To put it in right words, paan has been marginalized and viewed as the mother of oral disease. How about giving it some scientific perspective?

As per research, betel leaves or paan leaves were of use in Indian Ayurveda since time immemorial. People often chewed them after food. Studies reveal paan to have benefits, such as saliva regulation, maintaining oral hygiene, and other healing properties. To put a crown on paan, these leaves are anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, and anti-infective. They also regulate cardiovascular function. More than the nutritional benefits, the healing benefits are more evident in the practice of chewing betel leaves. So, why not bring them to our kitchen again?

 

Bring paan to the kitchen? Sounds Archaic!

We aren’t suggesting you chew or not chew paan leaves with areca nut. We are suggesting you give Teen Paan tea a try this summer. Not only is it beneficial for summer on the healing side, but it is excellent for refreshing your senses.

Got a rough hot afternoon? Brew Teen Paan tea. It is aromatic, delicious, healthy, healing. Drinking it is an experience altogether. Tea is a drink that has always come down in human history as not just another beverage. It is a drink that people cherish. Teen Paan tea by Ono Teas is perfect for your summer moments. It is a beautiful amalgamation of ancient Indian Ayurveda and the richness of tea.

 

Why Teen Paan tea during summer?

Summer is often always mistaken for a season only and only for icy-cold beverages. That shouldn’t be the case with you anymore after reading this. The practice and science behind having hot drinks during summer can be confusing. However, the scientific part is clear.

By drinking hot tea during summer, you signal your body to decrease your body temperature. What happens on the other side while you have chilled or icy-cold beverages? These beverages drastically reduce your internal body heat. Therefore, your brain has to send signals to balance body temperature, which leads you to a dead end. You will still feel hot and thirsty! That’s precisely where Teen Paan tea comes into the picture. It not only balances body temperature but is inherently cool in nature. So, what else does this tea promise? It comes with a bonanza of healing abilities and holistic health.

 

Management of constipation

Today’s fast lifestyle has made sure we can’t keep our hands off the junk food. Unhealthy dietary habits invite a swarm of problems, including constipation. Paan leaves contain a lot of antioxidants. So, Teen Paan tea is highly beneficial as it reduces the pH level of the body.

 

Digestion and metabolism

Paan leaves have anti-flatulent properties that help you break down food. So, chewing paan after meals were frequent, mainly to improve digestion. It ensures stomach issues don’t see the light of the day by balancing out the pH level. And, once digestion and metabolism are smooth, your appetite is regulated too. Teen Paan tea is even better because of the inclusion of the same goodness paan gives you. It is much more aromatic and can be easily shared with your loved ones after a sumptuous meal too.

 

Treatment of respiratory problems

Teen Paan tea can also help you treat common cold and flu. Paan leaves contain a super load of antibiotics. Of course, they can’t replace the prescribed medicines. But they are the most natural and robust fight against preventable diseases. Paan leaves used with a variety of different herbs are excellent for your body. They kill off bacteria and protect you from respiratory problems. Regular consumption of this tea will help you keep respiratory issues at bay.

 

Anti-everything

When you consume Teen Paan tea, you shield your body from a variety of discomforts arising from poor lifestyle choices. This tea is anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, and immunomodulatory. It kills bacteria and free radicals. It supplies you with enzymes to break down food. The tea also contributes to regulating salivary flow.

 

Treats aches and pains

Teen Paan tea comes with analgesic properties that cool down your body. It alleviates pains and is excellent in healing wounds, itches, and skin problems.

 

Regulates bad odours

The oil in paan leaves helps control odour levels. Paan leaves serve as a mouth freshener and contribute to oral health. Regular consumption of Teen Paan tea cleans your system. This practice is also one way of making sure you don’t sweat much and smell bad.

 

These are some of the most critical health problems regulated by paan leaves. And to be accurate, these are just some of the multitude of healing abilities of Teen Paan tea. Regular consumption of this tea in summer helps you maintain good health. Be it a lifestyle change, or a moment of solitude, or conversations with your loved ones over a cup of tea, the aroma and flavour of this tea will stay with you.

 

Recipes

Paan clove tea

  • Add cloves and three peppercorns to the vessel you’re about to make tea in.
  • Prepare Teen Paan tea as per instructions on the Ono Teas pack.
  • Let the cloves and peppercorns mix well.
  • After the mix is ready, add honey or lemon extract according to taste preference and serve.

 

Ginger Teen paan tea

  • Cut 2-3 pieces of ginger and crush it inside the vessel you’re about to make the tea in.
  • Prepare Teen Paan tea as per instructions on the Ono Teas pack.
  • Allow ginger to mix well.
  • For taste, add stevia sweetener or honey.

 

To conclude

Teen Paan tea is a fantastic choice for those who like to experiment. If you are aware of how well it mixes with other aromatic ingredients, make your own Teen Paan tea recipes. This tea gives you the same benefits regardless of whether you have it cold or hot. Ono Teas brings Teen Paan tea as a new twist to the range of herbal teas. Give your summer moments a fresh twist by choosing this tea and share with us your experience.

 

 

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References/Additional Reading

Betel leaf: Revisiting the benefits of an ancient Indian herb

Antioxidant and cytoprotective activities of Piper betle, Areca catechu, Uncaria gambir and betel quid with and without calcium hydroxide

Betel

A Review on Betel Leaf

Betel Leaf – The Green Gold