The Best Loose Leaf Teas for Hangovers

The Best Loose Leaf Teas for Hangovers

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We've all been there - waking up with a pounding headache, dry mouth, and a general feeling of misery after a night of indulging in a little too much alcohol. Hangovers are the worst, and they can make even the simplest of tasks feel like a struggle. But fear not, here at BRUU we compiled a list of the best loose leaf teas for hangovers that can help you get you back to your usual self.

Black Tea

Black tea is a great choice for many people to start their day, but it can also help with hangovers. The caffeine in the black tea can reduce headache pain and the tannins in the tea can easily soothe an upset stomach. Why not try a cuppa full of black tea next time your feeling a little woozy? 

Green Tea

Green tea is another brilliant choice for hangover curing. It's rich in antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce inflammation and swelling that often join in with a hangover. Once again some of our green teas also contain caffeine which will also assist in fighting that headache.

Herbal Tea

Herbal teas, like chamomile and peppermint, can also be great at fighting your hangover symptoms. Chamomile tea is particularly useful in calming an stomach pains and reducing a deadly hangover headache, while peppermint tea can help soothe your nausea and aid digestion. BRUU's herbal teas are also caffeine free so there certainly is an option for all.


When it comes to fighting off hangover symptoms, loose leaf teas can be a real lifesaver. Each type of tea, from black to green to white to herbal to oolong, offers its own set of benefits that can help alleviate headaches, calm upset stomachs, and even improve mental clarity. So if you find yourself in need of a hangover remedy, why not give one of these teas a try and see if it can help you feel better? Trust us, your body will thank you!

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