Manasul tea, is the tea variant which is prepared from the leaves of Cassia tree. This tea is also known as Senna tea or Cassia Tea. Senna is constantly mentioned. This tea is blended using the fresh Senna leaves. Senna has served as an integral element of traditional medicines in many cultures around the world. The southwestern Asians and Northern Africans consider this herb as the potential cleansing herb and they use it in many medicinal preparations. Nowadays this tea is commercialized as the weight loss aid and is available in most of the local food stores across Asia and Africa.
Origin of Senna Tea
The first usage of Manasul tea can be traced back to 3500 years when the Egyptian doctors served it to the royal patients to cure their ailments. With reference to some historical anecdotes it was found that the tea was also served as a medicinal drink in much of Arabia during 9th A.D. The tea was introduced to Europe during the crusades. Today it is combined with different potential herbs for enhanced health benefits.
Brewing Guide for Cassia Tea
The tea is brewed using liquid concentrate, crushed leaves or powdered extract. Manasul tea prepared using the crushed leaf is considered to be the beneficial than the other two options. It is prepared by steeping the leaves in water which is boiled just below the boiling point. The leaves are steeped for about 10 mins and strained before serving.
Manasul Tea Benefits
The tea has laxative and diuretic effect which helps to detoxify and get rid of excess fats from the body. The Manasul tea is also a well known colon cleanser. The powerful components in tea affect the lining of the large intestine and speedens up the bowel movement, thereby aiding in cleansing the colon.