We know that tea is one of the most famous beverages in Brazil. Both for the benefits that it brings to the body and for its unmistakable flavor, the ingredient fell into popular taste.Each region of the country is known for having a typical food that characterizes it. This would not be a different tradition with teas. Find out which are the most popular teas in each region of Brazil.

Most popular teas in the South

The chimarrão drink is one of the greatest traditions in the southern region. It is made with yerba mate, which serves as a diuretic, contains vitamins A, B1, B2, C and E, is rich in calcium, potassium, iron, phosphorus, manganese.

It also fights bad cholesterol, prevents osteoporosis, stimulates physical and mental activities, regulates the bowel, regulates cardiac and respiratory functions, and even loses weight.

Most popular teas in the Southeast

Residents of the Southeast should live very peacefully and calmly, as the most popular tea in the region is chamomile, known to be a great natural tranquilizer.

The herb reduces anxiety, calms, relaxes, provides a good night’s sleep and stress relieves.

Chamomile also helps relieve nausea and menstrual cramps, treats digestive problems, is anti-inflammatory and soothes and removes impurities in the skin.

North’s most popular teas

In the northern region, the tea most consumed by residents is catuaba tea. The plant is a great sexual stimulant.

It also has antioxidant effects, which help to slow down the cell aging process, it is a great expectorant, helping to fight respiratory and lung diseases and it is a natural diuretic.

Most popular teas in the Northeast

The Northeast is known throughout Brazil for its outstanding and unique cuisine. In the region, one of the most consumed teas is tamarind.

Tamarind tea is a great anti-inflammatory, treats digestive problems, is a natural laxative, helps treat heart disease and kidney stones, regulates cholesterol levels and prevents premature aging.

Most popular teas in the Midwest

Guaco is one of the most traditional plants in the Midwest region, so its tea is also very popular with locals.

Guaco tea is great for treating respiratory ailments, rheumatism, high fever and allergies. The plant is bronchodilator, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, anti-asthmatic, febrifuge, healing and sweating.