Fall Drink Guide Your guide to surviving fall one sip at a time

Ginger tea is good for those days where your stomach is feeling upset. According to Medical News Today it helps with, "nausea, pain, and inflammation." Yogi tea is one of my personal favorites for ginger tea.
Cinnamon Apple Spice Tea may not have any health benefits, but the Celestial Seasonings company created fall in a cup with this tea.
Lemon, Honey and chamomile tea is the perfect cure for the sore throat that hits just as the temperature drops.
With fall comes the stressful time of the year of homecoming, test and the holiday rush. Sometimes it is hard to shut off your brain at the end of a long day, so use this Sleepytime tea to quiet those thoughts.
This Lemon and Spearmint tea is an anti inflammatory according to Medical News Today. Use this for those days where you muscles ache and you can feel that cold weather hitting. Put the tea in the tea infuser and steep for five to 10 minutes.
This Chai tea latte will put you in the spirit to take on any Harvest Party or bonfire. First boil some water and put in about a half a teaspoon of cloves, cinnamon, ginger and if you have it cardamom. Keep on heat for five minutes, then take off heat and put in two tea bags of chai and one black tea bag allow to steep for five minutes. Finally put back on heat for five more minutes. If you are wanting a latte heat up your milk of choice for one minute in the microwave, put in sweetener, froth the milk, and sprinkle some cinnamon on for a final touch.
Finally there is the latte. The staple to getting through any morning class after a late night. For this repeat the same steps for last time, minus the cinnamon, if you are wanting a vanilla latte add in some vanilla extract before frothing. Then pour in your coffee, most brands from South America have a smoother taste in my opinion, and you are ready to take on the day.
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