Why You Should Put A Used Tea Bag On Your Wrist
Tea is the most commonly consumed beverage in the world next to water. In fact, tea has been recognised as a “superfood” for nearly 5000 years. It contains many antioxidants with health benefits that range from promoting weight loss to protecting against heart disease and boosting immune system function
According to research, moderate consumption of green and black tea can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke by 10% to 20%.
Now, we all know about the powerful health benefits of drinking tea, but not many people are aware that used teabags can also be useful in many different ways. For eg. You can refrigerate the used tea bags and place these cold bags on your eyes to reduce redness, puffiness, irritation, and to help get rid of dark circles. Cold damp tea bags can also be used for sunburns, bruises, bee stings and mosquito bites. Dry tea bag also work as a “natural deodorizer”, just put them inside your smelly shoes overnight and it will absorb any unpleasant odors.
So don’t just throw away your used tea bags, there are many things that you can do with them.
Below video from The Savings Experiment will show you some exceptional uses for used Tea Bags