Herbal teas for a healthier life
There has been much research into the benefits of herbal teas both physically and mentally. Unlike botox in London or facelifts in Bristol, herbal teas are natural way to look good. There are such a wide range of herbals teas and each serves its purpose in improving your health. From the digestive system to increasing energy and cleansing the body to relaxing the mind, herbal teas can really work miracles. But which tea sorts out which part of your body/mind? Read on to find out more…
If you have aa fever then drink some chrysantemum tea. This sweet tea reduces body heat and cools you down. It also neutralizes toxins and protects against damage to the liver.
Cinnamon tea helps to calm your mind and sldo helps your digestive system. Peppermint tea also aids digestion and healthy circulation. Fennel is also used for digestion and also upper respiratory complaints.
Ginger is kind of like the god of herbal teas. It can be used for all manner of things, including digestion, nausea, migraines and colds. It has been used for centuries…so millions of people can’t be wrong!
Other teas with calming effects include ginseng, camomile and lemongrass. Ginseng is also used for general health maintenance and peppermint tea relieves stress.
If you ever have a cold, the flu or an ulcer then raspberry tea is your best friend. It helps to relieve colds, sore throats, canker sores and diarrohea. It also helps to upkeep nails, teeth. bones and hair.
Hawthorne tea helps to increase bloodflow and strengthens the heart. If you are a woman and it’s your “time of the month” then try drinking some hibiscus tea. his helps relieve menstrual cramps and reduces high blood pressure.
Green tea is said to slightly prolong life if consumed regularly. It is also a strong source of antioxidants, meaning it flushes toxins from the body.
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