Loaded with vitamins, minerals and a handful of antioxidants, which work to protect your cells from free radicals that destroy them, herbal teas are a few of the most natural ways of achieving holistic health. They do not only offer a great drink to replace traditional tea or coffee, but they can also assist in detoxifying your system, helping you achieve a healthier body with better immunity against sicknesses!
Herbal Teas and Uses
There are several kinds of teas for a specific purpose, and each of them work based on your purpose. But do not be afraid to try something new all the time. Here are some of the most common herbal teas to try.
- Peppermint tea is recommended to those who want to improve digestion, including bloating and abdominal gas as well as muscle spasm. If you are suffering from nausea, this kind of tea may also be for you, as it is ideal for heating up and making you sweat. However, this tea is not ideal if you are suffering from heartburn or indigestion.*
- Chamomile tea offers sedative and calming effects, something beneficial for people struggling to get sleep or those suffering from insomnia. But that’s not all because chamomile is also known as a great remedy against cough, colds, fever and as an anti-inflammatory in the mouth (*Gargle).*
- Ginger tea is another digestion helper, especially if you are looking to get rid of an upset stomach with vomiting and can also be consumed before traveling if you have motion sickness. All you need to do is simmering a piece of ginger root for about 15 minutes and then adding lemon juice or honey, if desired, especially if you have colds. Ginger has germ-fighting properties that can help in curbing cold symptoms as well as in boosting your immune system.*
- Nettle tea is one of the best remedies against anemia and high blood pressure, so people suffering from any of these can just take a couple of the leaves of the sting nettle to make a tea . This is also one of the best herbal teas for arthritis, colds, coughs, urinary tract infections, congestion, kidney issues and bladder disorders.*
- Lavender tea is another popular herbal tea that can calm your body and mind, inducing sleep. It may also be ideal to get rid of depression and negative thoughts because lavender is known for uplifting the mood and spirit, helping you to see the world in a more positive light than ever before. Aside from its mood-enhancing benefit, this tea is for you if you are suffering from bowel infections, colic and flatulence. It also works against asthma, bronchitis, and coughs and reduces temperature during a fever. And lastly, it can also help in the speedy healing of cuts, ulcers, sores and wounds.*
There you have the top five herbal teas to try for their benefits. Be sure to use fresh leaves when making a tea; otherwise, you can get powdered teas from reputable online sellers. Nonetheless, herbal teas are great for improving your overall health and wellness and are perfect to enjoy any time of the day.
*Results may be experienced differently by different individuals.
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