Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Rich in Vitamin C Lemons are a great source of vitamin C, an antioxidant that supports the immune system, helps with wound healing, and promotes healthy skin.

Digestive Aid Lemon tea, especially when consumed warm, can assist in digestion. The acidity of lemon can stimulate the production of digestive juices, helping to break down food more effectively.

Weight Management  Lemon tea, often consumed without added sugar, can  be a low-calorie and  flavorful alternative to  sugary beverages. The combination of warm water and lemon may also support metabolic processes.

Hydration  Lemon tea, whether consumed hot or cold, contributes to hydration. Staying hydrated is important for overall health and well-being.

Antioxidant Properties Both lemons and certain types of tea (such as green tea) contain antioxidants that help fight oxidative stress in the body. These antioxidants can contribute to overall health and may help reduce the risk of chronic diseases.

Immune System Support  The vitamin C and antioxidants in lemon tea can support the immune system by combating free radicals and supporting the body's defense mechanisms.

Caffeine Content Depending on the type of tea used, lemon tea may contain caffeine (as in black or green tea). This can provide a mild energy boost without the jitters associated with higher caffeine intake.

Detoxification  Lemon tea is often associated with detoxifying properties. While the body's natural detoxification processes primarily involve the liver and kidneys, the hydration and vitamin C content in lemon tea can support these processes.

Refreshing and Relaxing  Lemon tea's pleasant flavor and aroma can provide a calming and refreshing experience, making it  a popular choice for relaxation and stress relief.