BOH, Your Ramadan Companion

BOH, Your Ramadan Companion

The holy month of Ramadan is here again and it’s time to reflect on the past year, rejuvenate your spirits, and embrace the serenity it brings. In our previous articles, we delved into practical tips for a successful Ramadan and explored a variety of teas that can enhance your experience. Building on that, let’s delve deeper into how incorporating specific teas into your Ramadan routine can not only uphold the spirit of this sacred time but also provide physical and spiritual benefits.

The Role of Tea in Ramadan

Soothing the Fast: Fasting from dawn till dusk is a fundamental aspect of Ramadan. It’s a practice that not only purifies the soul but also disciplines the body. During this time, the right choice of tea can be a soothing companion, helping you stay hydrated and calm.

Enhancing Iftar and Suhoor: The pre-dawn meal (Suhoor) and the meal breaking the fast (Iftar) are pivotal moments of the day. Herbal and caffeine-free teas can be excellent choices for Suhoor, as they hydrate without affecting sleep. Post-Iftar, a light, refreshing tea can aid digestion and add a delightful end to the meal.

Mindful Moments: Ramadan is a time of introspection and prayer. A cup of tea can become a part of your mindfulness practice, allowing you a moment of peace and contemplation amidst your nightly rituals.

Recommended Teas for Ramadan

1. Mint Tea: Known for its refreshing and digestive properties, mint tea can be a great post-Iftar beverage. It aids in digestion and is caffeine-free, making it perfect for evening consumption.

2. Camomile Tea: Camomile tea has calming properties, promoting relaxation and sleep, reducing stress and is gentle on the stomach.

3. Green Tea: Packed with antioxidants, green tea is not only a rejuvenating option post-meal, but its natural detoxifying qualities also help in flushing out toxins, supporting a healthy body cleanse. It’s known to boost metabolism and keep you energised throughout the day. 

4. Ginger Tea: A powerful digestive aid, ginger tea can be beneficial after your Iftar meal. It’s also known for its immune-boosting properties.

5. Rooibos Tea: Naturally caffeine-free and packed with antioxidants, Rooibos tea is a great option during Ramadan. It’s hydrating and can be enjoyed hot or cold.

Further Reading

For more tips on embracing and preparing for Ramadan, revisit our previous articles:


We wish you a blessed and peaceful Ramadan. May these teas add to the warmth and spirituality of your days and nights, enhancing your Ramadan experience.

** Note: Always consider your health needs and consult with a healthcare provider if necessary when making dietary changes during Ramadan.

If you are in the mood for some tea check out some of our selection below, or click here to explore our wider selection of teas:

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