Chai Gold

As with many teas, chai tea is good for the digestive system and gut health. The spice in chai that is linked with digestive health benefits is ginger, which aids digestion by improving circulation and in delivering oxygen to the organs. Chai Tea also provides excellent benefits for the skin, particularly on the face and neck. As a potent black tea filled with invigorating herbs, Chai Tea is an effectively remedy for swelling or puffiness, dry or scaly skin, and prematurely aging skin around the mouth and eyes. Though chai does contain caffeine, its levels may not even be enough to disturb your sleep (unless you're highly sensitive to caffeine). In fact, chai also contains tannin, which reduces the rate at which caffeine is absorbed into your system. For years, chamomile tea has been used as a natural remedy to reduce inflammation and anxiety and treat insomnia. In fact, chamomile is commonly regarded as a mild tranquilizer or sleep inducer.

The chai tea found in the western world at Starbucks and other coffee shops isn't actually traditional chai. Most of the time, American chai teas are packed with sweeteners and additives that aren't found in traditional chai tea recipes.
Indian chai tea is a robust blend of spices, herbs and tea. For centuries it has been revered for its health benefits in Chinese traditional medicine and in Ayurvedic medicine, an Indian holistic healing system. Indian teas can vary depending on the region in which it is consumed and teh preferences of the chai wallahs, but in general, they contain some staple ingredients.

Benefits of Chai Tea
It Can Wake You Up
It Helps Improve Digestion
Alleviates Nausea
Aches and Pains
It Can Support Your Immune System
Protect Overall Cell Health and Prevent Chronic Disease
It May Improve Heart Health