Inflammation is a condition in which part of the body becomes reddened, swollen, hot, and often painful, particularly as a reaction to injury or infection.
Green tea contains catechins and flavonoids green tea that studies show work to inhibit protein denaturation resulting in decreased inflammation.
polyphenols in white tea work to prevent inflammation in dermal fibroblast cells-cells that rebuild connective tissue and help the skin recover after an injury.
Ginger tea may help to reduce pain associated with inflammation-related diseases. The site references research that shows ginger works as effectively as painkillers, including NSAIDs to reduce pain and target inflammation on a cellular level.
Rooibos tea can help decrease inflammation thanks to anti-inflammatory flavonoids, including aspalathin and nothofagin.
The Curcumin ingredient in turmeric inhibits molecules that play a part in the inflammation process. The research also referenced six human trials that outlined the safety and efficacy of turmeric in treating inflammation.
black tea flavonoids, including thearubigins and theaflavins, work to prevent oxidative stress by inhibiting enzyme activity.
The spices in masala chai may help to protect DNA from harmful changes caused by free radicals. The spices, including ginger, work to decrease inflammation on a cellular level while antioxidants target free radicals and eliminate them.
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